If you happen to own a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and it becomes unresponsive, or it starts acting out abnormally, don’t even try to bang it on your palm. That barely works. Instead, hard reset your smartphone, and by doing so, you will have set back its settings to the original state; like you just bought it.
We shall explain how to go about hard resetting Samsung Galaxy Note 8 below but before jumping into any reset, back up all your data and information as follows, go to Settings and select Back up & reset. As for the rest of your files, use a backup app or service. Having all of your information tacked up safely somewhere is smart in case something goes wrong during a hard reset.
How to Hard Reset A Samsung Galaxy Note 8:
- With your Samsung Note7 turned on, press the menu button on your home screen and select settings.
- Choose the backup & reset option and reset the device. However, you will need to select erase everything for it to take effect.
How to Hard Reset A Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Method 2:
- First of all, ensure that the Samsung Note 8 is turned off.
- With fingers placed at the Volume up button, the home button and the power button, press and hold all the same time until the Samsung logo appears.
- Using the volume buttons, scroll to Recovery mode menu “wipe data/factory reset and press the power button for the go ahead.
- Choose “yes-delete all user data” and then “reboot system ”