Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Hard ResetThat’s why hard reset is also known as a factory reset or a factory hard reset Note7. If your phone experiencing consistent problems, it is possible you have the right reason to perform this Factory Hard Reset. And what you need to do to reset your phone is explained in several steps below:
- Connect your Samsung Note 7 to a power outlet using a power block and USB cable.
- Turn the Note 7 completely off. Check all notification light to ensure the phone is completely off before you go to the next step.
- Press and hold “Volume UP”, then press and release “power”. Afterward, you’ll see a logo of Samsung Galaxy appears, and there’ll be a dialogue: “recovery booting” in the upper-left corner of the screen.
- Use the “Volume Down” button to toggle the selection to “wipe data/factory reset”, then press the “Power” button to make that selection.
- You can use the “Volume Down” button to toggle the options to “Yes – delete all user data”, then press the “Power” button.
Now you can do some changes and some important configurations to make your Note 7 comfortable to you. you can start configuring the apps you may need, change the home page based on what you need, and many other things else. Besides the steps above, you can also perform the other procedure to bring your Note 7 into its default factory setting. Follow the steps below:
- From the Home screen, select Apps > Settings.
- Select Personal > Back up and reset > Factory data reset.
- There’ll be a warning about your data because this process will erase all your data. If you are sure to reset your Note 7, tap Reset device.