For those of you who own a Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (32GB), you may have heard of a ‘hard reset’. This involves running a process that will bring the mobile phone back to factory default settings, wiping out all personal data in the process. As such, it’s a good idea to back up all your important data (such as photos, videos, and documents) to an external storage device or cloud service before you go through the hard reset process.
Why do a Hard Reset?
There are several key reasons why you might want to do a hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (32GB):
- To resolve a glitch or unexpected behavior in the phone
- To remove all personal data before giving the phone to someone else
- To improve battery life by clearing out the apps that could be using extra battery power
- To free up storage space on the phone
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (32GB)
Before you start the reset process, it’s important to make sure that your phone is fully powered up and that you’ve backed up all your important data beforehand.
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (32GB).
- Press and hold the Volume Up and Home buttons together. At the same time, press and hold the Power button until the ‘Recovery Mode’ screen appears.
- Navigate to the ‘wipe data/factory reset’ option by using the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons.
- Press the Power button to confirm the selection.
- Select ‘Yes’ and then press the Power button.
- The ‘Reboot System Now’ option should appear. Select it and then press the Power button to restart the phone.
A hard reset can be very useful to reset your Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (32GB) to factory default settings. It can resolve persistent glitches, improve battery life, free up storage, and delete all existing user data. Make sure you’ve backed up any important data before you begin the hard reset process, and then follow the simple steps outlined above to get it done.