In case your Samsung Galaxy J3 starts having troubles, you should not panic! Before you begin looking for deep issues located in the Android os, you actually can try to make a Soft and Hard Reset of your Samsung Galaxy J3. This adjustment is reasonably simple and may very well fix troubles that can alter your Samsung Galaxy J3.
Before executing any of the actions just below, do not forget that it really is important to create a backup of your Samsung Galaxy J3. Albeit the soft reset of your Samsung Galaxy J3 will not result in data loss, the hard reset is going to delete all the data. Do an entire backup of the Samsung Galaxy J3 thanks to its software or simply on the Cloud (Google Drive, DropBox, …)
We will get started with the soft reset of your Samsung Galaxy J3, the least complicated solution.
How to Soft Reset your Samsung Galaxy J3
The soft reset of the Samsung Galaxy J3 will permit you to take care of small errors like a crashed application, a battery that heats, a screen that freeze, the Samsung Galaxy J3 that becomes slow…
The method is definitely easy:
- Simultaneously press the Volume Down and Power button until the Samsung Galaxy J3 restarts (about 20 seconds)
How to Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy J3 (Factory Settings)
The factory settings reset or hard reset is undoubtedly a more definitive possibility. This method is going to delete all your data of the Samsung Galaxy J3 and you will obtain a smartphone as it is when it is created. You should really backup your important data like your photos, emails, conversation, videos, … on your computer or on a hosting site like Google Drive, DropBox, … before you start the hard reset operation of your Samsung Galaxy J3.
To retrieve all your info following the reset, you can conserve your data to your Google Account. For that, go to:
- Settings -> System -> Advanced -> Backup
- Activate the backup
As soon you generated the backup, all you have to do is:
- System -> Advanced -> Reset options.
- Erase all data (factory reset) -> Reset phone
You need to enter your security code (or PIN) and now that it is done, look for Erase Everything.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 is going to erase all the data. It will normally take a little while. As soon the task is done, the Samsung Galaxy J3 will reboot with factory configuration.
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About the Samsung Galaxy J3
The dimensions of your Samsung Galaxy J3 is 71.0 mm x 142.3 mm x 7.9 mm (width x height x depth) for a net weight of 138 g. The screen offers a resolution of 720 x 1280px (HD) for a usable surface of 68%.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 mobile phone uses one Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 MSM8916v2 processor and one ARM Cortex-A53 (Quad-Core) with a 1.4 GHz clock speed. The following smartphone contains a 64-bit architecture processor.
As for the graphic part, the Samsung Galaxy J3 incorporates Qualcomm Adreno 306 graphics card with 1.5 GB. You can employ 8 GB of memory.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 battery is Li-Ion type with a maximum capacity of 2600 mAh amperes. The Samsung Galaxy J3 was presented on November 2015 with Android 5.0 Lollipop
A problem with the Samsung Galaxy J3? Contact the support: Samsung Support