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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reset

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reset

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reset - There is more than one type of resets that we can perform dealing with Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reset. The common types of the Note 7 reset are soft reset and hard reset. Soft reset is the simplest and easiest reset to perform to the Note 7, in which there is no risk of deleting any data of the phone. Soft reset is to simply power cycle the Note 7, to power it off and then to power it back on.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reset

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reset

This simple steps usually need to perform when the device experiences performance issues such as running slowly, unresponsive screen, frozen screen, an app which can’t be stop or not working properly, and many other else. Usually when such issues happen, simply we just pull out the battery and then turn it back on. Everything is done afterward. Unfortunately, Samsung Note 7 is designed with non-removable battery, so you cannot pull it out to power it off. If you want to perform soft reset, you just need to do the steps below:
  • Press the power button to turn the display on.
  • When the display is on, press and hold the power button.
  • You will see an option to restart your phone.
  • Tap Restart.
  • Tap Restart option once more.
  • Your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now restarting.
If the steps above cannot be performed because your phone is not responding at all, try the alternate way to perform soft reset below:
  • Press and hold the power and volume down buttons.
  • After 12 seconds the Note 7 should restart itself.
When your phone experiences consistent problems which cannot be solved after performing soft reset, it is possible that you need to perform hard reset. It is known as factory hard reset. Hard reset a procedure that erases all settings, user data, third-party applications, and associated application data from the phone.

Besides to cure consistent problems of the phone, it is usually performed when the device is prepared for sale, so that all user data, setting and what the user has made to the phone is reset to the manufacturer’s settings. Well, whatever the reason is, if you want to reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 back to the factory settings or factory hard reset, follow the steps below:
  1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to a power outlet using a power block and USB cable.
  2. Turn the Note 7 completely off. Check all notification light to ensure the phone is completely off before you go to the next step.
  3. 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.
  4. Use the “Volume Down” button to toggle the selection to “wipe data/factory reset”, then press the “Power” button to make that selection.
  5. You can use the “Volume Down” button to toggle the options to “Yes – delete all user data”, then press the “Power” button.
The factory hard reset will initiate. Right after the process is finished, select the “reboot system now” option, and your device will restart in its factory reset state.
In contrast with soft reset, hard reset means you will lose all settings, data, and everything on the phone, but everything stored in the SD card is still save anyway. So, if you want to save something of the phone to be restored after performing the factory hard reset, you can back up the data you want to save into the SD card or other backup Galaxy Note options.  Advertisement