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How To Factory Reset / Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 8 - All Available Methods

Thursday, 19 April 2018 17:36 TSAR3000

Galaxy Note8 Factory Reset Guide

Good To Know: You can use the explained steps in this Factory Reset Guide, To Hard Reset or Factory reset nearly all the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 variants and models:

SM-N950F (Single SIM: Europe, Australia, International).
SM-N950FD (Dual SIM: Europe, LATAM, Brazil, Australia, International)
SM-N950U (USA carries like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile ...etc).
SM-N950U1 (USA carries like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile ...etc, Unlocked).
SM-N950W (Canada).
SM-N9500 (China).
SM-N9508 (Chaina, Hong Kong).
SM-N950D (Japan).
SM-N950J (Japan).
SM-N950N (South Korea).
SM-N950NKPC (Galaxy Note 8 PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games Limited Edition).

What is Samsung Factory Reset, Samsung Hard Reset, And Samsung Master Reset:

First of all, Keep in mind that Factory Reset = Hard Reset = Master Reset, They have the same definition, So if you were asking " What does Factory Reset do? " Then in simple words, the Samsung Factory Reset means" Erasing and Removing all the data, Applications, And settings added or stored by the user, And restore the device to Factory Settings".

Why it is important to learn how to Factory Reset / Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy Note8:

It is very useful to learn how you factory reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 because this operation can fix many software errors and problems, Below we listed some of them:

- Fix the phone freeze and hang on problem.
- Fix hang and stuck on Samsung logo problem.
- Fix the slow and incorrect responding of Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
- Fix force close error in Samsung phones.
- Remove the pattern lock.
- Remove user code.
- Remove phone code.
- Before you sell or donate your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, To Wipe all your data (Contacts, SMS, Photos, Applications, Videos,... Etc.)

What to do before Factory Reset / Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8:

1- Backup all the wanted data (Contacts, SMS, Photos, Videos,... Etc).
2- Make sure that you know the Google account name and password.
3- Any other Email accounts info.
4- Samsung accounts info.
5- Any other log-in info and settings you used on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
6- Ensure your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has enough charge level (50%) at least.

What are the best methods to Factory Reset / Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8:


The First Method - Samsung Galaxy Note8 Factory Reset from Settings Menu:

Android 7.1.1 Nougat and Android v8.0 Oreo:

1- Tap Settings icon from the home screen.

Samsung Settings Icon

2- Tap General management.

General Management

3- Tap Reset.

Reset Button

4- Tap Factory Data Reset: At this point the Android OS will tell you that all data will be erased from your phone. Including your Google account, System and app data, Settings, Downloaded app, Music, Pictures, And all other user data, So make sure to backup anything you need before moving to next steps.

Factory Data Reset

5- Tap Reset: Once again the phone will remind you, That all your personal information and downloaded apps will be erased and can't be recovered.

6- If any password,PIN code, Or pattern is requested, Then enter it and tap Continue.

7- Tap Delete all.

Delete All Button

8- Wait for the Factory data reset process to be completed, And the device will reboot.

9- Done.

The Second: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Factory Reset from Recovery Menu:

Galaxy Note8 Recovery Menu

1 - Ensure your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is powered off, If not, Then turn it off.

2 - Press and hold the Volume Up and Bixby buttons.

3 - Keep the above two buttons pressed then press and hold the Power button too.

Galaxy Note8 Reset Buttons

4 - Wait until the Android logo appears, Then release all buttons.

Android Logo

5 - After a few seconds, you will see an Android Recovery menu on the screen with many options.

Samsung Recovery Menu

6 - Use the Volume Down button to select Wipe Data/Factory Reset option.

Wipe Data / Factory Reset

7 - Use the Power button to confirm your selection.

8 - Now use the Volume Down button again to select "Yes"

9 - Confirm it by pressing the Power button.

10 - Wait for the Factory reset process to be completed.

11 - The Android Recovery menu will return and Reboot System Now option is highlighted.

Reboot System Now

12 - Press the Power button to reboot your Samsung Galaxy Note8.

13 - Done, Congratulations, You have restored your Samsung Galaxy Note8 to its original factory settings.

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2018 18:15

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