How To Hard Reset Samsung in South Africa

What is a Samsung?

Samsung Galaxy is Samsung Electronics’ flagship line of Android smartphones and tablets. The original Samsung Galaxy smartphone debuted in 2009, and the line’s first tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab, came out the following year. Samsung Galaxy also includes Internet of things (IoT) devices, such as smartwatches and Bluetooth earbuds.

How To Hard Reset Samsung in South Africa

Later Models

(Android version 5.0 or above)

1. Tap Apps

2. Tap Settings

3. Tap Backup and reset

4. Tap Factory data reset

5. Tap Reset Device

6. Tap Erase Everything

Previous Models

(Android version 5.0 or below)

1. Tap Settings

2. Tap General & Backup and reset

3. Tap Factory data reset

4. Tap Reset device

5. Tap Delete all

What is the master code for Samsung hard reset?

Steps to reset the latest Samsung phones

Enter the code *2767*3855# or *2767*2878# and hit the call button. You will see a warning pop-up; click Yes to proceed. Your Samsung phone will start the factory reset process.

How to do a factory reset on Samsung without settings?


  1. Turn OFF your phone and remove any charging cables.
  2. Press and hold the Volume-Up, HOME, and POWER buttons at the same time.
  3. Release the 3 buttons after the phone powers on and displays the Android logo.
  4. Press the Volume DOWN button to highlight Wipe data/factory reset.
  5. Press the POWER button to select it.