When you get a new Samsung Galaxy J7, a factory reset or a hard reset is the first step that many users take to get full access to the phone’s features. A factory reset involves the removal of all user data from the device and is one of the most effective ways of returning the phone to its original manufacturer’s settings. A factory reset can improve device speed, help with device crashing issues, and significantly clear the phone of any difficult program bugs and errors. It is important to know how to carry out a factory reset of the Samsung Galaxy J7 as it can prove immensely useful when trying to solve system issues.
Why Perform a Samsung Galaxy J7 Factory Reset?
- Improve performance speed
- Troubleshoot issues caused by misbehaving apps
- Get rid of viruses or malware
- Remove user data and media prior to selling or gifting the device
- Clear out all user data prior to returning it to the manufacturer
How to Reset a Samsung Galaxy J7
- From the home screen of your handset, locate and open the main ‘Settings’ menu.
- You will need to tap on ‘Backup and reset’ located within the ‘User and Back up’ section.
- Select the ‘Factory data reset’ option from the available list of options located under the ‘Backup and Reset’ section.
- On this page, you will need to select the ‘Reset device’ option, which may also appear as ‘Erase everything’.
- To finish the reset process, confirm your selection by tapping on the ‘Delete all’ option.
- Once the factory reset is complete, the device will receive a reboot and you can log into the phone as if it was brand new.
After your Samsung Galaxy J7 has reset, you can start to use it. Remember to set up a backup of your data before you start to use it as a factory reset completely clears out all data and other user information. If you are selling the device, make a point of erasing everything and turn off the device for at least an hour before shipping it off so that the memory is wiped clean.