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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Mobile phone Resetting to factory settings

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 1
* A factory reset will restore your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to its original settings. * *Note:* A factory reset will delete your personal data and settings including contacts and photos. Back up your data to prevent losing files or contacts before you do a factory reset. Doing a factory reset may also delete the data stored on your SD card. Remove your SD card before resetting your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to not lose the data stored on it.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 2
* Go to the Start screen. * Choose *Apps*.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 3
* Choose *Settings*.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 4
* Scroll down. * Choose *Backup and reset*.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 5
* Optional: tick *Back up my data*. * Choose *Factory data reset*.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 6
* Choose *Reset device*.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 7
* Choose *Erase everything*.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 8
* All data and settings saved on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be deleted. * The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will automatically reset and reboot.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Mobile phone - Resetting to factory settings - Step 9
* After the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been reset, you might have to reconfigure certain settings, such as the date and time, Wi-Fi, your email account, or your preferred mobile network.
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