How to Format a Samsung Galaxy Note Computer
Welcome to droidium.ru! Want to know how to hard reset on a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010? Sometimes tablets and phones running the Android operating system fail. If you are the owner of an android gadget and decide to reset Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 to return your tablet to factory settings, then you have come to the right address. Often it is necessary to reset the settings due to an application error or if a virus infected the operating system (for example, resetting the settings can help if a virus has entered the Android banner that blocks the screen). Perhaps a similar situation has occurred with your gadget or you just want to delete all the information from the internal memory of your tablet computer.
Various factors can cause a system crash. This may be a general clutter of the system due to the frequent reinstallation of applications and the installation of a large number of programs and games on the internal memory and memory card. Or, which, in general, is quite rare without outside interference, this may be an internal OS error. In addition to problems with the operating system, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 may not turn on at all. If the device slows down, freezes or is unstable, then a hard reset can also help. But what exactly reboots and what happens on the tablet? Here it is worth explaining that there are two types of factory reset on tablets and smartphones for Android. You can reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 software and hardware. And these methods have differences.
On some firmware with a soft reset, you can select the desired removal options. In this case, all information is deleted from the memory card and internal memory of the operating system. When a hardware reset is made through a special menu of Android System Recovery, there are no such options, so SMS messages, phone contacts, applications and games can be saved. Nevertheless, before making a software or hardware reset of Android to the factory settings, we still recommend that you make a backup of important data for you if possible and save it. As a result of the reset, the following data will most likely disappear: installed applications and games, Google account and all data associated with other accounts, your personal data (contacts, SMS messages, notes on the calendar), data on the system and application settings.
If you want to reset the settings on the tablet Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 to return the old firmware of the device, then you are forced to disappoint. Neither hardware nor software reset will help to return the old firmware. It can only be restored by manually flashing the gadget. Next, we will look at both ways of resetting the settings on a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 tablet and start with a simpler method. software reboot of the system.
How to reset Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 from Android
If your tablet boots up, it’s easier to do a software reset to the factory settings than to do a hardware reset of the system. To perform a software reset, you need to enter the menu of your tablet.
After you get to the device menu, find the settings shortcut and click on it.
In the settings you need to find the menu item ‘Accounts’ or the option ‘Personal data’ (depending on the gadget firmware). And then select the menu item ‘Restore and reset’ or another name which may be ‘Backup and reset’.
Next you need to find the menu item ‘Reset Settings’ (it may also be called ‘Reset Data’). As can be seen from the explanation in the picture below, all parameters will be reset and all data on the device will be deleted.
By going to the data reset menu item, you can reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 to the factory settings for Android.
After clicking on the reset button of the device, Android will ask for confirmation ‘Delete all personal data and downloaded applications? It will be impossible to restore them ’to completely reset the operating system.
By clicking on ‘Delete All’ (or on ‘Erase All’) you will begin the process of resetting the settings of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 tablet. This completes the description of the software reboot of the system and proceed to the hard reset hard reset.
How to Hard reset Hard reset
If your tablet does not turn on and does not start, then perhaps the reason is a software failure of the Android OS, and not a hardware malfunction of the device. It is for this that the developers have implemented a hardware reset, which can be launched by pressing the buttons on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010. To reset the settings without going into the system, you must turn off the device. Here are some ways to reset, try to do:
1) To enter the reset, hold down the volume up button (or volume down key) and the power button. Or we do the same thing, but after pressing the power button, we continue to hold the volume key. 2) The second option is similar to the first, you need to press and hold the decrease and increase the volume, and after that just press the power key of the device. 3) The third option to start the recovery menu. we hold down three keys at the same time: the main screen button, volume up, and the power key. 4) The last option. Press the power button and hold for 1-2 seconds, then hold down the volume up and down buttons and the power key, and hold until the recovery menu appears.
Here’s how to reset hardware on Android in smartphones and tablets from Samsung (Samsung). Turn off the device. To enter the recovery menu, you must simultaneously press three keys: the button to call the main screen of the device, increase the volume and the power key. The settings are reset using the Wipe data / Factory reset item, which can be selected using the volume up and down buttons. Next, we agree to erase the data and reboot the device using the menu item ‘Reboot now’.
After that, the device will either simply reboot and reset automatically, or the recovery menu will appear. As soon as you get to the recovery menu, you need to select Wipe data / Factory reset using the volume up and down keys, click on it and agree to delete the settings on the tablet. We hope you manage to enter the recovery menu and reset the settings on Android. If you have a question, or you cannot reset to factory settings on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8010 yourself, ask a question in the comments.