Gionee has recently launched a new smartphone, i.e., the Gionee S6 priced at Rs 19,999. The device comes with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB as its internal Storage and can be expanded upto 64 GB using an external Micro SD Card. It is powered by MediaTek MT6753 Octa-Core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. The device packs a 3150 mAh Li-Poly battery and runs on Android Lollipop 5.1. If you are using this smartphone and would like to switch to the Gionee’s Latest smartphone, i.e., Gionee S8 then you can factory reset your smartphone before you give your device for others to use. In case, you don’t have any idea about how to reset your Gionee S6 then you can follow the below mentioned Steps. Before you proceed with the factory reset, you can check the tips and tricks of the Gionee S6 smartphone that we have covered earlier on PhoneRadar. There are two ways in which you can factory reset your smartphone, i.e, Soft & hard reset
Soft reset or the normal restart is an option where you restart your device to close all the applications and make the device fresh for use. In this process, only the background applications are closed, but the unwanted data remains secure.
Hard Reset or formatting is the general process where complete data is removed from your device and makes your device fresh for use. You can follow the steps mentioned below to Hard Reset your device.
Step 1: Open the settings and tap on Advanced settings in Others section at the bottom of the screen.
Step 2: In the new window, head over to the system section and tap on Backup & reset.
Step 3: Now click on the Factory Data Reset option i.e., available at the bottom of the screen.
Step 4: It will ask for a final confirmation. Now click on the red button with confirm restore at the bottom of the screen.
The device reboots and clears the complete data on your smartphone and boots as if you have booted the device for the first time.
Before your factory reset the data on your device, make sure your create a backup of the data available on your device as factory resettings is an irreversible process ad data once deleted cannot be retrieved back.