Sometimes it is necessary that you reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to factory settings. This happens with a so-called factory reset. The entire system of the smartphone will be reset to the settings that were available at the time of delivery.
You should reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to factory settings if you notice serious errors and problems in the Android operating system, such as high battery consumption, strong Heat development, crashes or sudden reboots of the device.
But even if you sell the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you should definitely reset the device to factory settings, as this is the only way your entire data is completely deleted. A factory reset, also called a hard reset, can be carried out as follows via the Android operating system of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8:
Back up all the data you need later - ATTENTION - all data will be deleted by a factory reset on the smartphone.
- Now open from the home screen the App menu and then the settings
- Now open "General Administration" -> "Reset"
- Now tap on "Reset factory settings" - Done!
The assistant will now appear, guiding you through the factory reset process on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The smartphone will restart and the Android Setup Wizard will appear.
You now know how to reset the device to factory settings and delete all data within the Android operating system on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
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