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    Default Samsung Galaxy Note hard reset

    Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 Hard Reset

    Samsung Galaxy Note hard reset

    Reset the Galaxy Note GT-N7000 device: press and hold the Power/Reset/Lock key for 10-15 seconds.

    Your device freezes or has fatal errors
    If your device freezes or hangs, you may need to close programs or reset the device to regain functionality. If your
    device is fro*** and unresponsive, press and hold the Power key for 10-15 seconds. The device will reboot automatically.
    If this does not solve the problem, perform a factory data reset. In Idle mode, open the application list and select
    Settings → Privacy → Factory data reset → Reset phone → Erase everything.

    Select Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset: Reset your settings to the factory default values and delete all your data.

    Press Application button, then Settings > Reset settings: Reset your settings to the factory default values.

    While using your device, be sure to back up important data. When disposing of your device, back up all data and then reset your device
    to prevent misuse of your personal information.

    Use this method to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy Note N7000: Enter *2767*3855#. Warning! All your data including contacts, messages etc. will be lost! Copy all your necessary data/Contacts/Messages etc. to SIM or make backup to your PC before full reset! Take out SIM card before full reset.
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    Default How to hard reset Samsung Galaxy Note At&t version i717

    Instructions to perform on Samsung Galaxy Note i717 to factory reset

    You may need to reset your AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note if it has malfunctioned. You can perform a soft reset if the device is fro*** or otherwise unresponsive, or a hard reset if you wish to set it back to factory default settings.

    How to perform a Soft Reset

    To force the device to restart without wiping any data, simply press and hold the Power button for about 10 to 20 seconds until the device turns off. You should then be allowed to turn the device back on as normal.

    Hard Reset Galaxy Note At&t i717 Using Buttons

    Note: A hard reset deletes data. Before performing these steps, be sure to backup your data if you wish. Some data can be backed up under Settings > Privacy > Back up my data and data that syncs with Google should re-sync once you have performed the reset as long as you use the same account.
    1. With the Galaxy Note powered off, press and hold the Volume Up, Volume Down and Power buttons.
    2. When you see the Samsung logo appear, release the Power button, but continue to hold Volume Up and Volume Down.
    3. Release all buttons when the System Recovery screen appears.
    3. Toggle the selection to highlight wipe data / factory reset using the Volume Down button.
    4. Press the Home button to choose the selection.

    Hard Reset via settings

    1. Choose Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset.

    2. Check the Format USB storage option if you wish to erase data such as music and photos from the device. (Not required)
    3. Select Reset phone > Erase everything.

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