Samsung latest Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge are the blockbuster which successfully hits the market and shows the massive success by Korean Smartphone makers Samsung. The latest flagships are worthy. Samsung Galaxy S7 comes up with gorgeous, powerful looks and brand-new design aims to impress the users. Samsung Galaxy S7 finally moved from inexpensive plastic look to light screen and solid metal frame with gorilla glass 4, while the sides are an exposed aluminum frame.
If you own Samsung Galaxy S7 or a Galaxy S7 Edge and you want to keep your Smartphone fast by clearing unnecessary data then factory reset is the option available in setting which is used to erase all the information stored in the devices their might be many reasons such as your mobile hangs up or freezes every time in the middle of calls or text. The other reason can be if you want to sell your phone to some other person and you’re intended to remove all data before handling it to the new owner.
Warning: Before initializing the process make sure your all data is secure or wiped because as soon as you tap the restore option all data on phone will be deleted. Ensure PC or any other external device for backups.
So if you want to factory reset for better performance or you want the original factory conditions give a look to this basic and easy guide to understand the procedure.
After the backing up all the important data which you wish to keep protected the next step towards factory restore is:
Step 1: Hold your S7 and open setting menu.
Step 2: Click on the backup and restore options.
Step 3: Tap on factory data reset.
Step 4: Some alerts will be displayed on the screen. Once you have gone through the alerts related to data backup tap and reset device.
Step 5: Wait until the phone is rebooted and it will opened with all of its data wiped.
How to factory reset the Galaxy S7: Hard Reset
Now another method is to factory reset is by using hardware buttons on your Samsung.
Step 1: Switch of your Galaxy S7.
Step 2: Press and hold volume up+ home button + power button key together.
Step 3: Blue android screen will be appeared taking you to recovery menu.
Step 4: Once in recovery menu navigate it to wipe data/factory reset by using volume key buttons.
Step 5: Select yes by scrolling down to confirm it.
Step 6: That’s it your Galaxy S7 will perform a factory reset.
You will get a yellow message at the bottom of the screen once it is done successfully it will restart with factory restored settings. Once its rebooted you can restore you’re backed up apps and data.