Factory reset can be a great solution if you find your phone is running slow. It can also be used to fix software issues. But before you try to hard reset your LG Stylo 6, you should know that it will wipe all of your personal data.
If you want to use the Hard Reset option, first charge your phone to at least 50%. Otherwise, it may not turn on after a reboot.
Before you start the Hard Reset process, you should make sure you have enough storage space for all of your data. To do this, you should remove the SD card from the device and install a new one. Also, it is a good idea to back up your files and applications.
After you have done all of the necessary steps, the next step is to go into recovery mode. You can do this by pressing the Volume Down key. The screen will then display a menu that will allow you to choose the mode you wish to enter.
You can choose from either Recovery Mode or Android Device Manager. While using the Android Device Manager, you can locate and lock any other Android devices. This method is a must for resetting locked LG phones.
Once you have a list of available devices, you can choose the right one to factory reset. Once the recovery mode menu appears, you will need to follow the steps shown below.
First, you must sign into your Google account. Once you are signed into your account, you will see a list of your logged in devices.