If the speed of your Huawei or Honor phone’s operations start to slow down due to long-term stacks of caches and residual files, you can reset your Phone to erase these cached files completely and restore your device to the factory settings.
Dear Huawei, there are many smartphone users still waiting for the EMUI 9 update
You can reset your phone in the following ways:
Reset network settings: This will restore your Wi-Fi, mobile data network, and Bluetooth settings, including hotspot tethering and Bluetooth pairing information. It won”t change other settings on your Phone, or delete any data or files.
Open Settings, go to System > Reset > Reset network settings, touch Reset network settings, and follow the onscreen instructions to reset the settings.
Restore all settings: This will restore your device”s initial network settings, fingerprint data, face data, and lock screen passwords. It won”t reset settings for Find my Phone or HUAWEI ID, nor will it delete any data or files.
Open Settings, go to System > Reset > Reset all settings, touch Reset all settings, and follow the onscreen instructions to reset the settings.
Restore factory settings: This will delete all data in your device”s memory and storage, including your account settings, system settings, app data, installed apps, music, images, and documents, and restore your Phone to its original factory settings. Back up your data before restoring your device to its factory settings.
Open Settings, go to System > Reset > Reset phone, touch Reset phone, enter the screen unlock password (if any), and follow the onscreen instructions to reset the settings.
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