If your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 commences suffering issues, do not stress! Just before you think seeking for complex glitches found in the Android operating system, you can actually try to perform a Soft and Hard Reset of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This manipulation can be reasonably simple and will often solve issues that may threaten your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Just before engaging in any of the task just below, do not forget that it is important to make a backup of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Even though the soft reset of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should not cause data loss, the hard reset will clear all the data. Perform a full backup of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with its program or alternatively on the Cloud (Google Drive, DropBox, …)
We will commence with the soft reset of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the least complicated method.
How to Soft Reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The soft reset of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is likely to allow you to fix easy complications like a blocked apps, a battery that heats, a display that stop, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that becomes slow…
The solution is definitely very simple:
- Simultaneously push the Volume Down and Power key until the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 restarts (approximately 20 seconds)
How to Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Factory Settings)
The factory settings reset or hard reset is certainly a more definitive possibility. This process will clear off all your data of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and you will get a mobile phone as it is when it is made. You will surely have to save your important documents like your photos, apps, text messages, videos, … on your own computer or on a hosting site like Google Drive, DropBox, … before you start the hard reset job of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
To recover all your documents following the reset, you can keep your data to your Google Account. For that, look at:
- Settings -> System -> Advanced -> Backup
- Activate the backup
Now that you completed the backup, all you might want to do is:
- System -> Advanced -> Reset options.
- Erase all data (factory reset) -> Reset phone
You have to type your security code (or PIN) and soon after it is completed, go for Erase Everything.
Your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will delete all the data. It will take a little while. Now that the task is done, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will restart with factory setup.
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About the Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is 74.8 mm x 162.5 mm x 8.6 mm (width x height x depth) for a net weight of 195 g. The screen offers a resolution of 1440 x 2960px (QHD+) for a usable surface of 82%.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone makes use of one Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 8895 processor and one 4×2.3 GHz Exynos M2 Mongoose+ 4×1.7 GHz ARM Cortex A53 (Octa-Core) with a 2.3 GHz clock speed. This mobile phone contains a 64-bit architecture processor.
Relating to the graphic part, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 takes advantage of ARM Mali-G71 MP20 graphics card with 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM type. You can actually make use of 64 GB of memory. The UFS Storage 2.1 technology is used for the memory.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery is Li-Polymer type with a maximum power of 3300 mAh amperes. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was launched on August 2017 with Android 7.0 Nougat
A problem with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Contact the support: Samsung Support