Hard resetting a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can be a tedious process, but it is sometimes the best way to fix technical problems. By performing a hard reset, you can reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device to its factory settings and fix any issues you are having. This guide will explain how to do a hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9, as well as what you need to do before and after you reset it.
Why Should You Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
- To troubleshoot your Samsung Galaxy device
- To remove any memory-hogging apps
- To resolve slow performance issues
- To fix technical errors
- To reset the device to factory settings.
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Before you start the hard reset process, ensure you have backed up all your important data and files that you don’t want to lose. All your data will be wiped during the hard reset process.
- On your Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s home screen, go to ‘Settings’.
- Scroll down and tap ‘General Management’.
- Tap ‘Reset’, then ‘Factory Data Reset’.
- On the next page, select ‘Reset Device’.
- Enter your device’s PIN to confirm it is you resetting the device.
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will now begin to reset to its factory settings.
- After the process is finished, your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be back to its brand-new state.
Post Hard Reset Considerations
- Log in to your Samsung account and sign in with the same credentials you used before hard resetting your device.
- This will reload your Samsung-backed apps like Samsung Pay, contacts, documents, and calendar events.
- Sign in to Google Play Store or other relevant app stores and install your favourite apps & games.
- Ensure you enable any available security updates and keep your device up-to-date with the latest software version.
- Double-check the necessary app settings within the respective app’s settings.
By following the steps above, you should now be able to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Make sure you back up all your important data and files before starting the process, as this will wipe away all your existing data and files. After hard resetting your device, ensure you install necessary updates and apps and double-check the settings for each of the installed apps.