How to Restore Samsung Galaxy to Factory SettingsSamsung Galaxy is a series of mobile computing devices designed, manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics. The Samsung Galaxy S series has sold more than 177 million units, with Samsung Galaxy S selling over 25 million units, Samsung Galaxy S II selling over 40 million units, Samsung Galaxy S III selling over 60 million units, Samsung Galaxy S4 selling over 40 million units and finally over 12 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S5 were sold during its first three months of availability. Gear S, Gear S2, Gear S3 Tab S, Tab S2 and Tab S3. The Samsung upcoming mobile such as Galaxy Note 8 and Gear S4. The product line includes the Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones, the Galaxy Tab series of tablets, the Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus, and the first version of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, with later versions dropping the Galaxy branding.
The first things you should do with your Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus read the beginners guide. Then you'll need these tips and tricks to restore Samsung Galaxy to factory settings and get the best from it. You can set your Samsung Galaxy device to perform a factory settings if you enter the unlock code incorrectly several times in a row and reach the attempt limit.
- Launch the Settings app, tap Lock screen and security → Secure lock settings, and then tap the Auto factory reset switch to activate
Restart Samsung Galaxy
If your Galaxy device freezes or encounters a fatal error, or hangs, you may try the following solutions to help you.
Simple step to restart Samsung Galaxy
- Close apps or turn off the device and turn on again.
Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy
If your device stay in problems, hang and can not move or do anything, frozen like ice become unresponsive, don't worry here the expert guide Samsung Galaxy to help you:
- Press and hold the Power key and the Volume Down key simultaneously for more than 7 seconds to restart it.
Restore Samsung Galaxy to Factory Settings
Some one maybe try update the galaxy device but become ereor. So, before you update Samsung Galaxy remember to make backup copies of all important data stored in the device to restore it again. If the methods above do not solve your Galaxy problem, you should perform a factory reset to restore Samsung Galaxy to factory settings. Here's how:
- Launch the Settings app and tap General management → Reset → Factory data reset →Reset→Delete All
Restore Samsung Galaxy Using Samsung Cloud
Here our guide to restore your data back into your device
- On your new device, launch the Settings app and tap Cloud and accounts → Samsung Cloud → Restore.
- Tap and select the previous device from the devices list.
- Tick the data types you want to restore and tap RESTORE NOW.
Restore Samsung Galaxy Using a Google account
If you registered a Google account to the device, you must sign in to the same Google account after resetting the device.
- On the Settings screen, tap Cloud and accounts → Backup and restore
- Tap the Automatic restore switch