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How to Hard or Soft Reset Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro

The Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is one of the most adorable smartphones with incredible features released in January 2018 having that perfect: 5.0inch display, 8.0MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, 2600mAh battery, connectivity, OS performance multiple audio and video playing format. But if for any reason you want to hard or soft reset your Galaxy J2 Pro then this is a DIY guide for you.



Need to go through the phone specs? You will find full specifications of Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro here.



Smartphone users mostly do reset when the phone becomes unresponsive or they want to hand it over to someone as a gift.

Here are steps on how to hard reset Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro:

Step 1: You might want to backup data because the reset will set your Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro back to its factory mode. Else move to step 2.

Step 2: Ensure that your Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is charged to a minimum of 50% before you proceed.

Step 3: Hold down the volume up (or volume down + home) key and power button simultaneously for thirty (30) seconds or until the “Android or Samsung Logo” shows up.

Step 4: Use to volume key to Select “Wipe data/factory data reset”.

Step 5: Sit back and watch your wipe and after reset select “Reboot system now” and use the power button to accept.

Here is how to soft/factory reset Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro:

This option requires that the device must be in a good working condition which will enable to access the settings and do the reset.

Turn on the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro if switched off.

Go to Settings

Backup & Reset menu.

Factory data reset.

Press the “Reset phone” option

That’s all, your Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro will erase everything in it and boot afresh.

Disclaimer: How to hard or soft reset guide for Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro by THEUPSPOT is mainly for education purpose and we are in no way responsible for any data lost or whatsoever makes your device warranty void. So, we strongly recommend you first of all try to locate your phone’s support centre where the issue(s) might be fixed free or low cost. Although, this guide here is a do it yourself (DIY) free tutorial.

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