The Samsung Galaxy J7 is a popular budget smartphone. It has great features like the HD Super AMOLED display, 4GB RAM and the powerful Exynos 7870 processor. Though this device provides an excellent user experience, sometimes users may want to do a Hard Reset in order to fix device related issues or to go back to the original settings. Here we will show you how to Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy J7.
Why Perform a Hard Reset?
- Speed Up Device Performance
- Fix Network related issues
- Return Device to its Factory Settings
- Fix Issues Caused by Software Corruptions
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy J7
For this process, you will need to access the Recovery Mode of your device. Follow the steps below to successfully do so:
Step 1: Power Off your Device
Power Off your Samsung Galaxy J7.
Step 2: Access the Recovery Mode
After turning off the device, press and hold the Power Button, Volume Up Button and Home Button all at the same time.
Step 3: Wipe Data/Factory Reset
Now, you will be taken to the Recovery Mode. Select the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option. Select “Wipe Data” option and then select “Yes” when you are asked to confirm.
Step 4: Reboot System Now
All the data on your Samsung Galaxy J7 will now be wiped. Now select the “reboot system now” option to start your device.
Doing a Hard Reset on your Samsung Galaxy J7 can be a simple way to overheal the device and return it to its factory state. We have shown you how to do it in this article. When turning your device off, be sure to wait until it is completely powered down before accessing the Recovery Mode. Doing a Hard Reset will delete all your personal data which is why you should remember to back up any important items before performing this process.