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Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

by TsarAugust 13, 2018

The explained steps in this Guide will help you to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. This Samsung smartphone comes with more than one Model Number, So you can apply the same steps on all of them:

  • Samsung SM-G935A for AT&T Mobility USA.
  • Samsung SM-G935F with Single SIM Card.
  • Samsung SM-G935FD with Dual SIM Cards.
  • Samsung SM-G935F Olympic Games Limited Edition.
  • Samsung SM-G935D for Japan.
  • Samsung SM-G935K for South Korea.
  • Samsung SM-G935L for South Korea.
  • Samsung SM-G935S for South Korea.
  • Samsung SM-G935J for Japan.
  • Samsung SM-G935P for Sprint Nextel Corporation USA.
  • Samsung SM-G935R7 for Cellular South and C Spire USA.
  • Samsung SM-G935R4 for United States Cellular Corporation.
  • Samsung SM-G935T for T-Mobile USA.
  • Samsung SM-G935U for USA.
  • Samsung SM-G935V for Verizon Wireless USA.
  • Samsung SM-G9350 for China and Hong Kong.

There are two factory reset methods, The first one (Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Settings Menu) you can use it when your Galaxy device is powered on, When the second one (Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Recovery Menu) is used when your phone is Powered off.

 

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Factory Reset Checklist:

1- This process restores the Android platform to its original state and wipe all your data, So backup all the wanted data (Contacts, SMS, Photos, Videos,… Etc). You can use Samsung Smart Switch software to backup all your important data.

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 S7 Edge.

6- Ensure your Samsung Galaxy device has enough charge level.

 

Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Settings Menu:

1- Tap Settings icon from the home screen.

Samsung Settings

2- Tap General management.

General Management Option

3- Tap Reset.

Samsung Reset

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 Details

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, Now when your Galaxy S7 Edge is fully on, Select your preferred device language, And follow the on-screen instructions to proceed the initial setup.

 

Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Recovery Menu:

1 – Ensure your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is powered off, If not, Then turn it off (Press and hold the Power key, and then tap Power off).

2 – Press and hold the Volume Up and Home buttons.

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

Reset Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

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

Android Logo

5 – An exclamation mark and Android Logo will appear on your phone’s screen.

Enter Recovery Menu

6 – If the device stays on this screen, You can try to tap on the screen. Or press the Power button first, Then press the Volume Up button to enter into the Recovery Menu.

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

Android Recovery Menu

7 – Use the Volume Down button to select Wipe Data/Factory Reset option.

Wipe Data / Factory Reset

8 – Use the Power button to confirm your selection.

9 – Now use the Volume Down button again to select “Yes

10 – Confirm it by pressing the Power button.

11 – Wait for the Factory reset process to be completed.

12 – The Android Recovery menu will return and Reboot System Now option is highlighted.

Reboot System Now

13 – Press the Power button to reboot your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

14 – Done, Congratulations, You have restored your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to its original factory settings.

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