Here's our step by step tutorial on how to hard reset a Samsung Galaxy S5
. Please note that a hard reset
should only be used when every other attempt to reset your phone has failed. Be sure to backup all of your personal data before proceeding.
When To Perform a Hard Reset
A hard reset
might come in handy if your phone has experienced consistent slowdowns or crashes
, or if you can no longer remember your lock screen pattern
are recommended before selling or trading in your smartphone, as all personal data and settings will be wiped.
What Does a Hard Reset Do?
restore phones to their default factory settings. By resetting your phone, all personal data including passwords, accounts, contacts, and files will be deleted.
Hard resets do not affect the data stored on your memory card. If you would like to delete the content of your memory card, simply go to Settings
> SD Card
How To Backup Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Backup your smartphone with MobileGo
Backup your Android smartphone with Google
Backup your SMS messages
Backup your photos with Google Photos
How To Perform a Hard Reset
Turn off your device, remove the battery, and wait a minute before reinserting it. Then, simultaneously press the [Power
] + [Home
] + [Volume Up
] keys to boot your phone. Wait until the Recovery booting
screen appears before releasing the keys:
Use the Volume keys
to move to the Wipe data factory reset
option and confirm your selection using the Power
The smartphone shall reboot; wait for the reset procedure to unfold.
This method also applies to other models of the Galaxy S
Published by jak58
Latest update on January 6, 2016 at 07:09 AM by jak58.