How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB)

For the vast majority of applications, smartphones need to run perfectly. But situations arise when hardware malfunctions occur and a smartphone become unresponsive and failed to work properly, or an update can create unnecessary problems, such as screen freezes or rebooting issues. If you find yourself in a tricky situation where your Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB) has failed to work properly, then the Hard Reset might be the answer.

Why Should You Hard Reset Your Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB)?

  • Resolving application and operating system related problems.
  • To Free up storage and memory space.
  • Quickly cleanup or restore issues related to lagging.
  • To restore the original factory settings.
  • To address boot loop issues.
  • To revert the device to its original state.

How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB)?

1. Backup Your Data:

Before proceeding with the resetting process, the user needs to ensure that all the vital data is backed up so that no loss of important data occurs. To perform a backup, go to Settings > System > Backup. Select the data you wish to back up and save the data in an external storage device.

2. Go to the Settings of Samsung Galaxy F42 5G:

Locate and open the settings menu and go to the more options.

3. Tap on Reset settings and then select hard reset or factory reset.

4. Confirm the Hard Reset by tapping on the Reset button.

5. Wait for the process to complete and reboot.

Your Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM+ 128GB) will be now wiped out of all the existing data and settings. You will be prompted to continue the setup process to finish the resetting process. At this point, you can simply import all the data you have previously backed up and skipping the initial setup phase. Once the device is rebooted, you will have a fresh device with no unwanted data and issues.


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