Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 8

See how I wrote the reset Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on here. Backup your phone before you do this. Note that with the anti-theft turned on. You will need to enter your PIN number before you can reset your device. Likewise you must remember to turn off anti-theft and only then erase your device before selling or giving it away. This way, the new owner can use the device without any privacy issues. See also the article that I wrote on the how to reset the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 8

When you reset the Galaxy Note 8 to factory settings, it will go back to its original setup. However, any software updates won’t be removed. Likewise you will note that before you reset the phone, it’s a good idea to backup your data. This way, you won’t lose your pictures, apps, and contacts. Likewise see also the reset the Samsung Galaxy S7 on here which I wrote.

To reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, follow these steps:

1. Go to the Home screen and swipe up or down to open the menu.
2. Tap on Settings.
3. Scroll down and tap on General management.
4. If you want more options, tap on Backup and restore.
5. Tap on Reset.
6. Tap on Factory data reset.
7. Scroll down and tap RESET.
8. Enter your current screen lock code.
9. Tap NEXT.
10. Finally, tap DELETE ALL.

All data and settings on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be deleted. Likewise see also the Galaxy J6 Factory Reset as well as the Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The phone will reset and restart. After it restarts, you can turn off anti-theft during the setup process.




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