How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro

Hard Resetting the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro

The Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro is a rugged device that can survive any environment. Its liquid-resistant body allows for a great outdoor experience, and due its quick and effective performance, it is suitable for both businesspeople and regular users. Unfortunately, like with any electronic device, sometimes the XCover Pro might face problems and resetting the device is the only solution to these issues. A Hard Reset is one of the best methods of resetting the device and this guide will be teaching you how to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro.

Why is Hard Reset important?

• It can help to fix the effects of a virus or malware
• It can help to fix the problems resulting from a botched software update
• It helps to clear all your data and content from the device so you can reset it to factory settings
• It can help to speed up the device’s performance

How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro

Before proceeding to hard reset of your Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro, we recommend that you make sure that your device is powered off completely. After the device is completely shut down, you can proceed to the hard reset. It is important to note that executing a hard reset will result in the complete deletion of all data stored on your device.

To initiate the hard reset, press and hold the volume up, power, and home buttons at the same time. Make sure that you are pressing these buttons for a few seconds until you see the Samsung logo being displayed on the screen.

Once you see the Samsung logo, release all buttons and wait for the Android recovery mode screen to appear. Scroll down to “wipe data/factory reset” by pressing the volume down button.

After selecting the “wipe data/factory reset” option, press the power button so that you can select it.

Finally, select “Yes – delete all user data” using the same process and the hard reset of your Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro will begin. After the reset, press the power button to reboot the device.

Once the reboot is complete, your device will be completely reset, and it can either be used as a fresh device or the existing account can be restored from earlier backups.


We hope this guide was easy to understand and provided enough information about the hard reset process of the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro. Hard resetting the device is the only way for it to go back to its original state and it also removes all the personal data and settings of the user. Make sure that you always back up your data before performing any kind of reset so that you do not lose important information.


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