Factory resets are the best solution for many Android issues. If your Vivo Y75s is much slower than before, you have a persistent malware infection or are planning to sell your phone, a factory reset is the most convenient solution. So, why not learn how to reset Vivo Y75s.
The Vivo Y75s sports a 5.99 Inch HD+ IPS LCD display. It has a screen resolution of 720 x 1440 and a pixel density of 269 PPI. To keep the smartphone running there is 3225 mAh li-polymer battery which is non-removable.
The device packs an Octa-Core Snapdragon 450 processor clocked at 1.8 GHz along with 4GB RAM and Adreno 506 GPU. It runs on Android 7.1.2 Nougat with FuntouchOS 3.0. For storing files and important data it houses a large 64GB internal storage.
The Vivo Y75s is a relatively new Android phone and it features excellent software and hardware features. Whether you’re facing a bug after updating your your Vivo Y75s or seeing random glitches on your phone, you can solve most common issues by resetting your smartphone.
[box type=”success” align=”” class=”” width=””]This will reset the phone to the factory default state and it will clear out the memory buffers and reset the phone and application data. Ensure any personal data is backed up.[/box]
Reset passcode or pattern lock Vivo Y75s
- Log into Find My Device with your Google Account (email) and password.
- Select the Vivo Y75s from the menu on the left.
- Select the Erase option from below the device information.
- Select the Erase Device button on the popup.
- Enter your Google Account password to confirm and send the task to your Vivo Y75s.
Factory Reset Vivo Y75s via Settings
- Go to the Home screen and choose Settings.
- Scroll down and choose More settings.
- Choose Backup & reset.
- Choose Erase all data.
- Checklist Format phone storage.
- Tap Clear Now.
- All data and settings saved on the phone will be deleted.
- The Vivo Y75s will automatically reset and reboot.
Hard Reset Vivo Y75s
Step 1 – Shut down your Vivo Y75s completely by pressing the Power button.
Step 2 – Press the Volume UP and the Power button together till the phone displays the Vivo logo.
Step 3 – Once the Fastboot mode is displayed, Select Recovery mode by pressing Volume down button and enter it by pressing Power button.
Step 4 – On the displayed screen, tap Wipe data option.
Step 5 – On the next screen, tap Wipe data option.
Step 6 – Press the OK button to hard reset the Vivo Y75s, which will also clear the dalvik cache.
Step 7 – When the hard reset is complete, tap Reboot system.
The Vivo Y75s is certainly a phone which is pushing the limits in the budget segment. The cameras themselves manage to pull off some pretty shots. The storage is decent and large expandability option is always welcome.
Some of these problems stem not so much specifically from Vivo itself, but from having one of the latest updates. If you have a serious problem, especially involving hardware, the best solution is probably to contact the manufacturer or retailer support for your device. If you want to get more interesting tips such as how to change storage settings on Vivo Y75s, please keep an eye on this DroidBeep.com blog.