Maybe your phone has been acting up and it’s not working as it’s supposed to. Performing a factory reset on your phone might help get rid of the problem.
You may also want to reset your Samsung A23 if you’re planning to sell it to someone or giving out to friends or family. Factory reset will restore it back to the way it was when you first got it, meaning all data, and personal information will be deleted from the phone’s memory.
How To Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy A23
First, go to Settings on the home screen or app drawer, then scroll down and tap on General management. Next, scroll down and tap on Reset.
On the reset menu, tap on Factory Data Reset. This will give you brief details on what will be removed when you perform the factory reset. Tap on Reset, then tap on Delete all to confirm.
The phone will shut down and will restart, which will bring you back to the setup screen.
That’s how to perform a factory reset on Samsung Galaxy A23. Let me know in the comment section below if you have any questions.