In this tutorial we learn how to hard reset Android on a Samsung device, namely the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
Samsung Galaxy Mega with Android 4.1 is a device with a 6.3-inch screen. The Samsung Galaxy Mega peeks into the world of tablet, a.k.a “phablet”, a niche therm which comes from merging the words Phone and tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Mega includes a dual-core processor running at 1.7GHz.
The following process will perform a hard reset
Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy Mega with buttons combination
In this method we use a combination of buttons that will go into recovery mode to make a general restoration of the device, ie, erase data and settings to leave it as if for the first time on the steps to follow are:
- Press and hold the Volume Up, Home and Power buttons.
- When you see the Android logo release the buttons and wait for the recovery options
- With the volume keys move down to the “Wipe data / Factory Reset” and press the power button to confirm.
- On the next screen, you select “Yes – Delete All User Data”, press the power button again to confirm
When finished you will have the option “Reboot System Now” right in the menu’s upper place: Just press the power button again to confirm and the phone will reboot normally with all original factory settings.
Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Mega through menu
To fulfill this process while having access to the Samsung Galaxy Mega Android OS, you should only go to Settings> Backup and Restore> Factory data reset> Reset phone
With these steps we will also get the same result as in the previous procedure: A factory default Samsung Galaxy Mega ready to be used, all your personal data, apps, games, messages deleted.