How To Factory Reset Samsung Note 4
Sometimes when your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is having some problems, the best option is to factory reset the Samsung Note 4. Another great reason to factory reset a Note 4 is to get a fresh start on the smartphone. No matter the reason, we’ll be teaching you how to factory reset a Samsung Note 4.
It’s important to note that before you go to factory reset a Note 4, you should back up all files and information to prevent any data from being lost. The way to back up data on your Samsung Note 4 is by going to Settings > Backup & reset. For the rest of your files you can use a backup app or service. You get 15GB of space in the cloud with Google Drive.
For those interested in getting the most out of your Samsung device, then make sure to check out Samsung’s wireless charging pad, external portable battery pack, and the Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband for the ultimate experience with your Samsung device.
How to Factory Reset a Working Note 4
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How to Factory Reset Note 4 with Hardware Keys
If you find that the touchscreen is unresponsive, there’s a problem accessing the menu, or maybe you forgot your pattern lock, then you can still factory reset your Note 4 using the hardware keys.
- Turn off the Note 4.
- Press and hold the Volume up button, the Home button, and the Power button at the same time until you see the Android icon.
- Using the Volume down select wipe data/factory reset option and press the Power button to select it.
- Using the Volume down highlight Yes – delete all user data and press Power to select it.
- After the Samsung Note 4 has rebooted, then use the Powerbutton to select it.
- When the Samsung Note 4 restarts, everything will be wiped and will be ready to set up again.