How To Factory Reset Redmi Note 6 Pro
Is your Redmi Note 6 Pro stuttering, having frequent app crashes or running slowly? A Factory Reset generally solves most of these issues but, what is the right process to factory reset Redmi Note 6 Pro? We have not one but two different processes for you. So, this is what you need to do,
Things you must do before performing a Factory Reset
- You’ll need to back up all the data in your phone’s Internal Storage before doing a Factory Reset. The Factory Reset will wipe the Internal Memory of your phone. It’ll keep you on your latest firmware though.
- You’ll also need to remember the password of your Google account (that you’re logged into on your phone). You’ll need to log-in with the same account to unlock your account after the Reset is done.
Steps to Factory Reset Redmi Note 6 Pro
As mentioned earlier, we have listed two different ways to perform a factory reset on your Redmi Note 6 Pro. It’s up to you which one you prefer the most but, they both literally do the same thing.
Factory Reset using the Settings menu on your phone
- Start by going to “Settings” > “Backup & Reset” (search for Reset in case you can’t find it).
- After you find the option, click on it to open that menu.
- You need to find the “Factory Reset” (Erase all data) option now. Once you find that & click on it.
- Now follow the simple on-screen instructions to start the reset process.
Use the other way to factory reset your Redmi Note 6 Pro
- Start by shutting down your device
- Now, when your device is switched off, Press & Hold the “Power” & “Volume Down” Key together until you hear a vibration
- After you hear that vibration, release the power key but, keep the Volume Down key pressed down.
- Your device will now show a new menu. In that menu, go to the Wipe all data (Factory Reset) option. You can navigate to that option using the volume keys & press the power key to select that option.
- The device will now ask if you want to do the Reset or not. Select “Yes” to get the factory reset process started.
That’s literally all you need to do for a successful factory reset. After the process gets finished, log-in with your Google Account, set-up your Redmi Note 6 Pro & your device is good as new again. You shouldn’t run into any issues during the process but, in case you do, reach out to us in the comments section below & we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.