Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the well-known android smartphone released in September 2018. It runs on AndroidGo Oreo 8.1 OS, and is powered by Octa-core 1.4GHz processor. This smartphone has a 5.0-inch screen with 720 x1480 pixels resolution. It also has 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera.
There are several reasons that you should soft reset a Samsung Galaxy J4 Core:
• To clear all stored data and software reset your device
• To fix glitches and unexpected reboots
• To improve device performance
How to Soft Reset Samsung Galaxy J4 Core?
Follow the simple steps to soft reset your Samsung Galaxy J4 Core:
1. Open Settings
On your main screen, find the Settings icon and open it.
2. Find “Backup and reset”
In your Settings, scroll down and locate “Backup and reset”.
3. Press “Factory data reset”
Go into “Backup and reset”, and press “Factory data reset”.
4. Read the Warning
You will be prompted by a Warning message, warning you that this action will delete all personal data from your device. Read through it, and then press ‘Reset Device’.
5. Final Confirmation
You will be asked to confirm your action one more time, and then click ‘Erase Everything’ to complete the soft reset.
Your Samsung Galaxy J4 Core should now be reset to its factory settings, and any errors and glitches should be fixed. Make sure to back up any important data before performing this reset, to avoid losing it.