This guide on how to hard reset Poco X3 NFC will help you do a format for your smartphone. Sometimes, a hard reset is required by the device to make it perform like when you just bought it new. This process will erase files, applications, and other stored data in the phone’s memory.
If you’re having issues with your Poco X3 NFC, try restarting it. If that doesn’t help, try a hard reset. To restart your smartphone, try pressing the volume button along with the power button to bring up a reboot menu. You would be able to restart the phone from the options presented to you.
Difference between Restart and Reset
We’ve all heard the advice to “restart your phone on a regular basis.” But, does that actually do anything? Well… sort of.
The number one reason to restart your phone is to fix a glitch. Maybe an app won’t open up, or your smartphone is frozen and won’t respond. A quick restart of your smartphone will close down any processes or apps that might be acting buggy.
Every time you do something on your phone, some amount of data is stored in the RAM. And every time you restart your phone, the smartphone’s RAM gets emptied out, and that’s why restarting your phone can be helpful.
Meanwhile, A reset will revert the device to its original settings. Any data you have stored on the device will be lost, including photos, videos, and other media. Because of this, performing a hard reset should only be considered as a last resort.
Another reason you may want to perform a hard reset on your Poco X3 NFC is if you are planning to sell the phone or handing it off to a friend or family member to use as their personal device. A hard reset will ensure that all of your personal data is completely removed from the device so that the next user cannot access it.
Remove Synchronized Accounts
Before you Factory Reset your Poco X3 NFC, it is important to desync all your accounts from the device. This will delete all your account data, following the factory reset that fully erases all of your data. Follow the instruction below to remove sync accounts:
- On your Poco X3 NFC, go to Settings App > Accounts.
- Select the account to delete.
- On the Sync screen, tap the Menu button, then hit Remove account.
How to Reset Poco X3 NFC?
The quickest and most commonly used way is to reset Android via the Settings menu. The exact place where the reset menu is located depends on the brand.
- Open the Settings App on your Poco X3 NFC.
- Select Additional Settings > Backup & reset option.
- Select Restore to factory settings in the menu and choose Personal Data.
- Select Erase all data (factory reset).
- Then tap Confirm.
Wait until the reset process is complete. Your Poco X3 NFC may take 10-15 minutes to restart. Once completed, the phone will boot to the main startup screen.