April 17, 2024

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factory default – Reset Android – Part 23

Your Samsung P1000 tablet can be hard reset either by using the appropriate option which can be found inside your settings menu or by invoking a bare metal hard reset routine while turning your Tablet on. The advantage for the first method is mainly the commodity of solving your issues with your P1000 tablet right within the Android interface. But this might not prove possible if your tablet is really wasted and you cannot manage to select the settings menu, because of its instability and / or low speed. If your P1000 is in such catatonic state, then -hopefully- the second method will solve your problem.

Hard reset your Samsung P1000 the “easy” way

You may invoke the Hard reset / factory default routine by opening the Settings menu from your Android desktop screen, then scrolling down to the Privacy option, and selecting it. Inside the Privacy screen you will find the Factory Reset  option. If you press it, your Samsung P1000 will ask for confirmation of the procedure and then it will erase all your data, apps,contacts, messages, etc. Your Samsung P1000 will be left as if new, in a “factory default” state.

Factory Default your P1000 for sure!

If our earlier depicted hard reset method does not cut it for you, then you may try this fool-proof hard reset procedure:

  1. If on, then turn off your Samsung P1000 Tablet
  2. While off, press -and hold- the VOLUME DOWN button
  3. Press -and hold- the POWER button (while holding down the VOLUME DOWN button)
  4. When the Samsung logo appears on your P1000 tablet, release the POWER button
  5. Follow instructions on your P1000 screen

This second method of hard resetting your P1000 tablet will -hopefully- be executed even if your Android OS is unusable.

Your Samsung Galaxy S3 may be quite powerful, but after some months of use and abuse -we know, you’ve been installing tons of apps and games- it may turn a bit unresponsive, or even start to freeze and / or give some errors on you.  Maybe you are not having any trouble with it, but after some months of use, you may want to sell your Samsung Galaxy S3.

Actually it doesn’t matter why, but truth is that at some point of your Samsung Galaxy S3 life you will need to hard reset

it turning into a factory default state. This means that it will be completely cleaned from your stuff: all your messages, contacts, installed games and apps … everything will be wiped out. Your phone will return into a “just bought” state.

Hard reset instrucctions for your Samsung Galaxy S3

You can invoke the hard reset routine in your Samsung Galaxy S3 from inside Android OS itself:

  1. From your home screen, select your Settings menu
  2. From your Settings Menu select BACKUP AND RESET
  3. Select Factory Data Reset and confirm the process.

If your Android OS is unresponsive, don’t panic! You can start the hard reset process on your Samsung Galaxy S3 by pressing a combination of keys upon power up:

  1. Turn off your Samsung phone.
  2. Press and Hold your Volume UP, Power and Home buttons
  3. When the phone logo appears, release the buttons.
  4. Select Wipe Data / Factory Reset from the menu that will appear (you can navigate it with Volume UP / Volume Down buttons and select with Power button)
  5. Confirm your Factory Reset procedure

By any of both methods you will end up with your Samsung Galaxy S3 completely clean and devoid of any data you may have stored before on it.

You may need to perform a hard reset into factory defaults on your Samsung Galaxy Note. Maybe you are selling it, or even it may happen that your Samsung galaxy Note is behaving erratically. Both situations may be fixed by performing a reset into factory defaults. This operation will leave your Samsung Galaxy Note just as when you took it out of the box for the first time. All your personal data including contacts, messages, installed apps and games will be gone.

Hard reset your Samsung Galaxy Note

An easy way to reset your Samsung Galaxy Note is by using the incuded option inside your Android operative system. You meed to use the settings menu, from your home screen. Inside Settings menu you need to scroll down into PRIVACY option and click it. Inside PRIVACY option you will find  the “FACTORY DATA RESET” button.

A sure way for resetting your Samsung Galaxy Note

This second method involves the following steps:

  1. Turn off your phone
  2. Press and hold the Power, Lock  and Reset buttons for about 15 seconds
  3. A menu will appear listing your booting options
  4. Scroll down and up by using the Volume Down and Up buttons.
  5. Select the Recovery option
  6. Your Samsung Galaxy Note will reboot into the Android logo with an exclamation mark.
  7. At this time, press toghether the Volume Up and Down buttons.
  8. Your Samsung Galaxy Note will change into a black background with some blue text
  9. You can Scroll down with the volume down button and choose with the Power button to select.
  10. Scroll into the Wipe Data & Factory Reset option and confirm it by pressing the Power button.
  11. Confirm again the procedure by choosing YES – Delete all user data. This time you confirm by pressing again the Volume Down button.

It will take a bit of time for your Samsung Galaxy Note to perform the hard reset and reboot.