If your Samsung Galaxy becomes unresponsive or doesn’t function like normal, the best solution is to perform a hard reset to return the Galaxy back to the factory default mode. Also read, how to factory reset Samsung Galaxy .
It’s important to note that doing a Samsung Galaxy hard reset, it’ll remove and delete all data, apps, and settings. You should back up your Galaxy to prevent any data from being lost. The way to back up data on your Galaxy is by going to Settings > Backup & reset. For the rest of your files you can use a backup app or service. You get 15GB of space in the cloud with Google Drive.
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How to Hard Reset A Samsung Galaxy :
- Turn off the Galaxy
- Press and hold at the same time: Volume Up + Home button + Power button, until you see Samsung logo.
- Then select from Recovery Mode menu “wipe data / factory reset” using Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to confirm.
- Select “Yes — delete all user data” to confirm the whole operation.
- After that select option “reboot system now”.
How to Hard Reset A Samsung Galaxy Method 2:
- Turn on the Galaxy
- Once you get to the Home Screen go to Menu and then to Settings.
- Select Backup & reset and then Reset device.
- To confirm your choice select Erase everything.