How to Factory Reset the LG G Flex 2
The LG G Flex 2 is one of the most unique Android phones to come out in a long time. While it has its fair share of pros and cons, one thing that makes the G Flex 2 stand above most other smartphones is its modular design. You see, the LG G Flex 2 comes with an integrated module system which lets users add new modules via an expansion slot on the rear side of the phone. These modules can be anything from additional storage to camera lenses or even a battery pack itself. To help you out if you own an LG G Flex 2, we’ve got this guide explaining how to factory reset your device. This will delete all your personal data and restore your device to its original settings and state.
How to Factory Reset the LG G Flex 2?
If you’re looking to wipe your phone clean and start over, then this guide will show you how to factory reset the LG G Flex 2. Before doing this, make sure you’re not in the middle of something important, like a conversation or a class. It’s also a good idea to make sure you have a back up plan in place in case something goes wrong. Factory resetting your device will delete all your data and settings and restore your phone to its original state. If you’ve ever wanted to start over from scratch or completely wipe your phone, this is a good option to do so.
Ware your device before proceeding.
Factory resetting your device will delete all your data and settings and restore your phone to its original state. If you’ve ever wanted to start over from scratch or completely wipe your phone, this is a good option to do so. Before you proceed though, make sure that your phone is fully charged, as factory resetting your device will cause issues if your battery is low. As we mentioned already, there are a few things you’ll need to factory reset your phone. One is a USB cord and the other is a PC that’s compatible with your phone’s USB port. If you don’t have either of these things and you attempt to reset your phone, it will not work.
Turn on your G Flex 2 and press and hold the Volume Up button.
Your LG G Flex 2 should now turn on, with the “Backup & reset” notification appearing on the screen. Press and hold the Volume Up button on your phone to access the “Backup & reset” settings. Now, head over to the “Backup & reset” settings on your phone and select the option titled “Factory data reset”. Next, select the “Factory data reset” option on your phone and wait for the “All data will be deleted” notification to appear. This will confirm that you’re about to wipe your phone. Your LG G Flex 2 will now factory reset and all your data will be deleted.
That’s it! Your LG G Flex 2 is now factory reset.
Your LG G Flex 2 is now back to its original state with no data on it. To confirm this, head to the main settings menu on your phone and select the option labeled “About phone”. From here, find the “Model number” section and look for the “LG G Flex 2” label. Now, your phone should now read the “Model number” section as “Model number” – “##”. Your LG G Flex 2 is now factory reset and ready to be used as you see fit. However, if you’d like to restore some data on your phone or fully wipe it again, simply head back to the settings and select the “Backup & reset” option again.