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:
- Turn off your phone
- Press and hold the Power, Lock and Reset buttons for about 15 seconds
- A menu will appear listing your booting options
- Scroll down and up by using the Volume Down and Up buttons.
- Select the Recovery option
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note will reboot into the Android logo with an exclamation mark.
- At this time, press toghether the Volume Up and Down buttons.
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note will change into a black background with some blue text
- You can Scroll down with the volume down button and choose with the Power button to select.
- Scroll into the Wipe Data & Factory Reset option and confirm it by pressing the Power button.
- 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.