How to hard reset Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

The Samsung has always been a company which provides the up to date technological product and some time starts a trend in the smartphone world to conquer the untouchable limits. The Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series are some serious examples of the Samsung’s high class thinking.

One more phone which Samsung had launched a while back is Galaxy K Zoom and this phone has re-written the theory of the camera for the smartphone. Though, the excessive use or I would say careless use could lead your phone to get frozen with slow processing speed. However, you can recover from them by performing a hard reset and here are some methods to do that.

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Hard reset of Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

Menu Option Hard Reset

Here below are the steps which are needed to be followed, if using this method for the hard reset.

  • Close all the tasks and go to the home screen.
  • Select settings from the menu option.
  • Choose privacy from the settings.
  • Tap on backup and reset.
  • Click on factory data reset.
  • Select reset phone.
  • Click on erase everything and that’s all.

Once you’ll confirm it, the process will start and will take a few minutes to get completed.

Also read: Hard reset OnePlus One

Phone Button Hard Reset

You’re required to use the physical buttons on your phone to perform a hard reset, and here are the steps.

  • Switch off the phone.
  • Press power, home and volume up button together and hold them.
  • Release the buttons, once you enter the recovery mode.
  • Navigate to the factory reset option using the volume keys.
  • Press power to confirm.

The process will start after the final confirmation and it’s just a matter of minutes before you can use your glitch free phone.

You can also use the code “*2767*3855#” to start the reset process directly from the lock screen. But, make sure that you’re following the below two things to smooth your hard reset process.

  • Having a backup of all the data you wish to access after the hard reset as once it’s gone, it can’t be recovered.
  • Making sure that you have at least 50% battery on your phone to complete the process at one go.

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