It is important to understand master reset, particularly if you are the new user of Samsung Note 8. You could face some issues or problem on your Note 8 device. Although the smart phone is always designed to have the advanced technology, some minor issues and severe issues could appear. And the sad thing is that not many users know how to solve all of the problems. But you can be happy now because you can fix your Note 8 problems just through master reset. We will try to guide you how to master reset Galaxy Note 8 below.
The process to run the master reset isn’t that simple. It needs some learning and needs to be done step by step. In simple words, running master reset is a complicated thing. But you don’t need to worry; the guidance to reset it will be described below.
Please keep in mind that reset means to set your Note 8 back to the factory setting’s default or configuration. But this is the most effective if there is a problem on your device. Also, notice that this reset probably will delete some part of your files. In this part, you will need to prepare your phone before the reset began.
It is recommended that before doing the reset, you should disable the Factory Reset Protection. Please note to only doing this if you don’t know your login credentials. You can begin this by deleting all of your Google accounts if there are multiple accounts. To do this, go to your home screen and start Apps tray. Go to your “Settings” menu and “accounts and cloud” menu. After that, select “Account” menu and tap Google. Tap the email and then select the three vertical dots menu. Select the “Remove account” menu. If you have multiple accounts, please do this repeatedly.
Running The Master Reset on Galaxy Note 8
After doing this, you can perform the master reset now. There are two ways to reset your phone. But the easiest and the simplest one will be given to you.
Start to reset by go to your home screen. And start the Apps tray. Go to the “Settings” menu and choose “Accounts and Storage.” Tap “Backup and restore” menu. You can choose to back up your information by turning on the toggle. Or choose the “restore” by turning it on too. If desired, turn them both on. So when you reset your Note 8, your file and data will not be deleted.
After that, choose the rear button in the “Settings” menu. Follow to tap: “General Management,” then Reset, and then Factory info reset. Choose the “Rename” menu. Enter your credentials, choose “Continue” and finally tap “Delete All.”
Now you are done to run the master reset on your Galaxy Note 8 and can use the device such as the new condition.