Resetting the Chrome browser settings to their default it’s an easy task on Windows or Mac, however, when it comes to Android this can’t be done directly because it’s not an option built-in into the browser settings.
Restoring the Chrome browser settings on Android can be done by clearing the application data. This will remove all the cookies, cache, and other site settings that may have been saved. So let’s see how we can do restore Chrome to its factory settings.
How To Reset Chrome Browser Settings on Android Phone
Open your device’s “Settings” menu, then tap on “Apps”
To reset Chrome’s settings from your Android device, go to the Settings menu, then tap on Apps or Application manager (this may differ depending on your device).
Find and tap on the Chrome app.
The “Apps” screen will be displayed with a list of all the apps installed on your device. Scroll through the list until you find the Chrome app.
Chrome’s “App info” menu should now be displayed. Tap on “Storage“.
Tap “Manage Space”.
Under the storage settings, you will get two options — Manage Space and Clear Cache. Tap on “Manage Space”.
Tap “Clear all data”.
Tap “Clear all data” to delete all Chrome’s data including accounts, bookmarks and save the setting in order to reset it defaults.
Confirm by tapping “Ok”.
A confirmation dialog should now be displayed, detailing the components that will be restored to their default state should you continue on with the reset process. To complete the restoration process, tap “Ok”.
Your Chrome browser settings should now be restored to their default. If you are still experiencing problems while trying to reset Chrome, or trying to remove malware from your Android phone, you ask for help in our Malware Removal Assistance For Mobile forum.