A short time we have a complexity to our Smartphone. It’s very slows to running and some other problem. In this case we have think that the reset our Smartphone. And if you have don’t know about how to reset Samsung Smartphone then follow this article and get the properly reset Samsung phone.
Here, we have to guided, how to reset galaxy s7 because all new Smartphone users has a don’t know about new techniques how to reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Or Galaxy S7 Edge.
if you have to try to factory reset galaxy s7 then you have a lost your data so first collect your all data backup and remove all privacy settings and also lock to unlock in Galaxy S7 or S7 edge after you can try to Samsung galaxy s7 reset.
We have to know the all smart machine have some technical float arrive. In this cases our Smartphone to some software issues. Using this factory reset galaxy s7 we can easily to software issues to solve. Now follow how to reset a Samsung Galaxy S7 Or Galaxy S7 Edge.
How to Factory Reset a Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
Please note that hard resetting erases all the data on your device. Text messages, photos, videos, settings, everything will be removed in the process. So, don’t forget to create a backup of your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge before proceeding.
Also make sure to juice up your Smartphone to at least 60% or keep it plugged in during the process. You don’t want to have your device turn off when you hard reset a Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung S7 edge, or it will create further issues.
- Open the Settings app.
- Choose Backup & Restore > Factory Data Reset.
- Now select Reset Device > Erase Everything.
- Confirm the warnings and wait for the process to finish.
- Once done, reboot your phone.
Maybe after an update or some other software issue that prevents it from booting up or the device is going into a boot loop. In this case you can perform a hard reset through the Recovery Mode.
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How to Hard reset Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge using recovery mode
Power off your Samsung device.
Wait for a few seconds while your phone is shutting down.
Press and hold the Power, Volume Up and Home buttons concurrently to get into Recovery mode.
Use Volume keys to navigate and Power button to select an option in Recovery mode.
Once in, from the main menu, using Power key, select wipe data factory reset.
If you want to clear app data cache too, choose wipe cache partition. Clearing cache often fixes various software related issues.
When done, go back to main recovery menu.
Select reboot system now and so, now your Samsung Galaxy S7 is reset.