Today we sharing a tips teach you how to factory reset the Galaxy S7, process is really simple, but we must told you that will wipe all data in SAMSUNG G935F Galaxy S7 Edge, please careful, this factory reset erases everything on your device and returns it to its factory default state.
The process is really simple, but if you have any troubles getting into this special Maintenance Boot Mode then feel free to watch the video above to see how it is done.
Method 1: How to factory reset the Galaxy S7
- Swipe down from the top of the screen to pull down the Notification Shade.
- Tap the Settings button. It looks like a gear.
- Swipe up to scroll down on the settings screen.
- Tap Backup and reset.
- Tap Factory data reset. It’s a the very bottom of the screen, so you may have to scroll down to see it.
- Tap RESET DEVICE
- Tap ERASE EVERYTHING
The device will turn off and then restart. When it does, you’ll see the initial load screen for the S7 followed by a blue screen with the little green Android robot in the center. It will take a few minutes for your device to completely reboot itself and launch with factory settings restored.
- Firstly, hold down the Power key for a short while to turn off the device.
2. In the next step press and hold together: Volume Up + Home + Power button for a couple of seconds.
3. Release held keys when the Samsung Logo appears on the screen.
4. After that select from Recovery Mode menu “wipe data / factory reset” using Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to confirm.
5. Choose “Yes — delete all user data” to confirm the whole operation.
Then select option “reboot system now“.
7. Well done! The hard reset has just been performed.
if you taken this steps down, may be you want to reset your device, hope this useful for you.
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