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The Complete Guide to Factory Resetting your Samsung Galaxy Tablet

by UPSCALED November 25, 2022 2 POPULAR READ

Introduction: Why Should I Factory Reset my Tablet?

If your tablet is running slower than it used to, or if you're experiencing any other issues, you may want to consider resetting it to factory settings. Factory resetting will delete all of your data and settings, so be sure to back up anything that you want to keep before you begin.

Once you've backed up your data, there are a few different ways to factory reset your tablet. The most common way is from the Settings menu, but you can also do it by booting into recovery mode. We'll show you both methods below.

Before we begin, it's important to note that factory resetting your tablet will not remove any viruses or malware. If your device is infected with a virus, you'll need to use a different method to remove it.



Facts You Need to Know Before Factory Resetting Your Phone

There are a few things you should know before factory resetting your Samsung Galaxy tablet. Here are some things to keep in mind:

  • Factory resetting will erase all data on your tablet, including any personal files, settings, and applications. Make sure to back up any important data before proceeding.
  • A factory reset will also remove any lock screens or security measures you have set up. Make sure to remember any passwords or PINs before proceeding.
  • After a factory reset, your tablet will be restored to its original state, as if it was brand new out of the box. Any changes you have made to the system software will be reverted back to the stock firmware.
  • Factory resetting is not reversible, so make sure you really want to do it before proceeding. Once it's done, there's no going back!
  • Keep in mind that a factory reset will not fix any hardware issues your tablet may be having. If your tablet is having problems booting up or seems unstable, a factory reset is unlikely to help and could make the situation worse. In these cases, it's best to consult with a qualified technician or take your tablet to an authorized service center for repair

How to Back Up Your Phone Data Before a Factory Reset in 5 Easy Steps

A factory reset is a last resort when troubleshooting your Samsung Galaxy tablet. Before you reset, you should always back up your data to prevent any permanent loss. Here are five easy steps to backing up your phone data before a factory reset:

  1. Connect your tablet to a Wi-Fi network and sign in to your Samsung account.
  2. Tap the Settings app icon, then scroll down and tap Backup and reset.
  3. Tap Backup my data, then toggle on the switch next to Back up my data.
  4. Enter your Samsung account password, then tap CONFIRM.
  5. Wait for the backup process to complete, then tap DONE.

Connor ODea
Connor ODea