Is your Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 locked because you forgot your password or PIN design? In this tutorial, we will teach you which buttons to use to enter your recovery mode and thus do a hard reset on your tablet.
- Make a data backup. Make sure an account has been set up to activate the feature. After performing the reset, simply connect to the account again so that all data included in the backup is restored.
- To avoid blocking the device, write down the account information that is currently associated. This data (email and password) will be requested after formatting.
- Depending on the number of files saved to the storage, the process may take several minutes. So to prevent the tablet from turning off during this period, we recommend that the battery charge is above 40%.
Note: If you are going to sell or donate the tablet, remember to remove the associated account (Google or Samsung) before applying the factory reset.
Hard reset Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 e S7+
1 – With the Galaxy Tab S7 turned off, press and hold the Volume Up button and the Power button at the same time.
2 – Keep holding these buttons, as soon as the “ Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 ” logo appears on the screen, release all the buttons, and wait to access the recovery mode menu.
3 – Here on the Android Recovery screen, select the “ Wipe data/factory reset ” option with the Volume Down button and then press the Power button to confirm the selection.
4 – On this screen, use the Decrease Volume button again to highlight the “ Factory reset ” option and press the Power button again to confirm.
5 – As soon as you finish resetting the internal storage and return to the home menu, just press the Power button (the Reboot system now option will already be selected) to restart the tablet.
6 – Now the Android restoration process will be done automatically in the next few minutes. When finished, simply follow the instructions on the screen to complete the setup.
Resetting the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 from settings
- With the tablet powered on and unlocked, access settings by sliding the status bar down and tapping the gear icon.
- Scroll up the screen and tap ” General management ” and then tap ” Reset ” or ” Reset “.
- Now tap on ” Reset factory data “, the fourth option in the list.
- Look carefully at the list of things that will be deleted if you proceed.
- Then scroll up and touch the blue “ Reset ” button to start the system reset.
Performed all the steps above, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 in a few minutes will be ready to be configured.