The Korea-based technology giant – Samsung launched its most innovative and popular phablet back in 2014 named “Samsung Galaxy Note 4”. It’s the successor to previously launched Samsung Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Note II. It gives high-end Note 4 a run for its money.
The Note 4 is a beast and simple. But it doesn’t mean that it still can’t benefit from the occasional restore. Knowing how to factory reset Galaxy Note 4 is important to care your beloved Galaxy Note 4 running smooth and blazing fast. And here’s how to do it in some simple and easy steps.
Before performing factory data reset, you must know that it wipes your handset completely, taking it back when it came out of the box for the first time. Doing this will get rid of all applications installed on your device, as well as your emails, storage accounts and personal information present in your phone’s memory (not on the microSD card).
How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 4?
There are two different methods to factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and they are listed below.
- Hard Reset (Allows you to wipe it using a combination of buttons of the handset.)
- Soft Reset (Allows you to erase it via the device’s regular settings.)
Things to be done before Performing Galaxy Note 4 Factory Reset
- Backup your data present inside your Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
- Make sure your handset consists enough or more than 50% of battery charge.
- It’ll be a good idea to remove out your SIM Card and Memory Card from your device.
When the task as mentioned above is done, you can take your next step and follow the below-mentioned easy steps.
How to Soft Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 4
- Turn your Galaxy Note 4 on and unlock the screen if you’ve set one.
- Tap on “Menu Button”. Search and tap on “Settings Button”.
- Scroll down to the “Users and Backup”.
- Tap on “Backup and Reset”.
- Now tap on “Reset Device”.
- After that, just select “Delete all”.
- You are done! It’s that so simple. Your Galaxy Note 4 will do its job and reset after some time.
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 4
- Turn your Note 4 off or just make sure that’s turned off.
- Press and hold the Volume Up, Home Button and Power Button altogether.
- When the device vibrates, release the Power and Home buttons, but keep pressingVolume Up button.
- This will pop up the Android Recovery System on the screen. And you can release all buttons when this happens.
- Use your device’s Volume buttons to navigate up and down and the Power button to make a selection.
- Select “Wipe Data / Factory Reset” from the list appeared on the screen.
- Select “Yes – delete all user data”.
- That’s it. The process will take place and when done, just select “Reboot System Now” to restart your Galaxy Note 4.
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