OnePlus has recently launched a new smartphone OnePlus 2 that runs on Oxygen OS. The device comes in two variants of storage, i.e., 16GB and 64 GB and has no expandable storage option. Some of you have used the device already and would like to change your device. Before you change your device, always remember to clear the data from your device as others may misuse it. Factory resetting will format your device and releases the memory from your device. To Factory reset your OnePlus 2 follow the below steps.
Step 1: Open the settings
Step 2: Scroll down to personal and tap on Backup & reset.
Step 3: In the new window, tap on Factory data rest in the personal section.
Step 4: Further tap on the reset button that is at the bottom of the screen. If you have screen lock on active, you need to unlock the device to proceed.
Step 5: Now, the device will ask for ‘Erase all your personal data and downloaded apps’. Tap on Erase everything to proceed further.
The device will reboot, and all the data will be erased from your device, and it will restart as if you have booted the device for the first time.
Note: Always remember to backup your data before you factory reset it because the data cannot be retrieved back.