Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Samsung galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge won’t turn on or freezing after nougat update. Also facing issue of app crashing or slow your galaxy S7 edge device. This all problems has one solutions is factory reset Samsung galaxy S7 and S7 edge if none of the other tricks worked. It will delete all your phone data such as personal data, Samsung account, Google account, photos, videos etc.
Also apply this method to other galaxy S7 problems such as galaxy S7 touch screen not working or black screen, low call volume on galaxy S7 edge, Samsung galaxy S7 overheat or warm and other related issues. Follow below given two methods to factory reset Samsung galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge and fix all your S7 problems.
Two tricky methods to factory reset Samsung galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge
Before apply these two tricks, back up and restore data your galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge devices. It will delete all your data.
1st Way: Factory reset Galaxy S7 when phone won’t turn on
First of all Turn off your Samsung galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge device.
Step 1: Press and hold the power button, home and volume button at same time
Step 2: When Samsung logo appears on screen, holding the home & volume up button until appear “Android system recovery” screen
Step 3: Press volume down button until “Wipe data / factory reset” and press power button to select it
Step 4: Press volume buttons to scroll to “Yes – delete all user data” and press the power button to select it.
Clearing the cache data may take 2-5 minutes.
Step 5: Use the volume buttons to scroll to “Reboot system now”, press the power button to select it
All data of your galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge deleted. Your device looks like a new.
2nd Way: Factory reset Samsung galaxy S7 using phone settings
Step 1: Go to “Settings”
Step 2: Under personal section, tap on “Backup & reset”
Here you can back up your data using your Google account.
Step 3: Tap on “Factory data reset”
Step 4: Tap on “Reset Phone”
If set Pattern lock / PIN / Password / Fingerprint, draw it to unlock your galaxy S7 edge phone.
Step 5: Tap on “Erase everything”
It will erase all your galaxy S7 device data including created accounts, photos & videos etc.
Is your Samsung galaxy S7 phone affected? Check out each one listed above methods to factory reset Samsung galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge. Share your thoughts in below comment box.