Whether we are wanting to sell our smartwatch or we simply see that it is failing, a good idea is reset a samsung galaxy watch. In this way we manage to return it to the factory settings, something that can solve various problems or can be ideal for when someone else uses it from scratch.
Smartwatches can affect our mental health, believe it or not, it’s not a joke. However, we cannot deny that, in general terms, they are a perfect companion for many situations, useful and practical; although on some occasions they may malfunction or have performance problems. This is when we need to do a factory reset.
Factory resetting a Samsung Galaxy watch means that the device will be back to how it was when we took it out of the box. All data, characters, and various custom settings will be erased. Although, being only a watch, it does not matter as much as a phone, it is something that we should know before continuing.
Before resetting or restarting our watch, it’s a good idea to create a backup. You can do this from the Galaxy Wearable app under Accounts & backups > Data backup.
Reset Samsung Galaxy Watch
The first thing we will have to do is swipe down from the top of the clock screen to access the quick settings. Here we will have to select the gear icon to be able to open the Settings.
Next, we will have to go to the General section.
Here we are going to choose Reset.
In case we still did not see the option of a clock backup, we can see the option from here. If this is not the case, we will have to select Reset again to confirm.
And that would be it, in this simple way we have managed to reset a Samsung Galaxy watch, something that, as we mentioned before, can be too useful to solve small performance problems. In addition to that it is essential if we are going to sell or give the watch to another person.
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