Learn how to factory reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 through the menu or hard reset through hardware keys.
In this tutorial, we will teach you how to perform a factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or perform a hard reset. The process is quite simple and quick although you should keep several things in mind before starting to.
Resetting a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will delete all of your personal data as if you end up with out of the box. So, we recommend you to back up any data you do not want to lose (photos, videos, music, contacts) before performing this process.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Factory data reset
Now if you’ve decided to go ahead follow these instructions.
- Make sure your device is fully charged.
- Simultaneously press the Volume + Home + Power button.
- When the device vibrates, release the Power and Home buttons but continue to press and hold the Volume Up button.
- This will launch the recovery process. Now release the Volume UP button
- From here, use the Volume buttons to navigate and the Power button to make a selection.
- Press the Volume down button several times to select the option ‘wipe data / factory reset.’
- Press Power button to select.
- Select Yes — delete all user data’.
- Now you’ll just have to wait for the terminal to perform the whole process.
- When the master reset is complete, ‘Reboot system now’ is highlighted.
- Press the Power key to restart the device
You can also hard reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from setting menu. The process is the following.
- Make sure your device is fully charged
- Access the menu settings.
- Now click Backup & Reset.
- Then press Data factory reset.
- Now click Reset phone and erase all data.
- Having done all this, the terminal will begin the process that will end with the phone as freshly out of the box.
Although it is a fairly safe and simple process, we are not responsible for any damage to the device, the whole process run under the owner’s responsibility and we recommend that if you have any doubt consult a professional.