If you want to restore your smartphone running the Android operating system back to its factory state, you do that with a hard reset. There are various reasons why you may want to do this. Some people have lots of apps they wish to mass remove at once. Others wish to delete absolutely everything on the internal storage before they do things like sell the smartphone and hand it over to another person whom they do not know. A hard reset of Android can also be useful to troubleshoot some common software-related bugs when there doesn’t seem to be any other resolution, though these bugs are becoming less common as time goes on.
This tutorial demonstrates how to hard reset the Oppo Reno 5G CPH1921 smartphone.
How to Hard Reset Oppo Reno 5G CPH1921
You can hard reset the Oppo Reno 5G CPH1921 from the Settings app on any of the official Android versions available to it. Here is how to do that:
Hard resetting the Oppo Reno 5G CPH1921 smartphone will wipe all of its data. Thus, you need to back up before continuing if you wish to restore that data afterward. If you do not back up the data, you will not be able to restore it once the factory reset is complete.
Note: Hard resetting and factory resetting are two terms that are interchangeable in this instance. There is no difference between the two.
1. With the Oppo Reno 5G turned on, tap Settings.
2. Tap System.
3. Tap Advanced.
4. Tap Reset Options.
5. Tap Erase all data (factory reset).
6. Tap Reset Phone.
7. Tap Erase Everything.
You will need to confirm your PIN code before the OS will be wiped to ensure it is you who is requesting for it to be factory reset.
Wait for Android to restart. When it does, the data will be wiped and the device factory reset. You will need to restore the data if you want it back on the Oppo Reno smartphone. Those looking to sell the Oppo Reno should keep the data wiped instead of restoring it.
In conclusion, that is how to hard reset the Oppo Reno 5G CPH1921 smartphone.