If you’ve forgotten the password of your Samsung Galaxy Tab and want to unlock the device. To unlock the device such a tablet without a password you’ve to hard reset the tab which is also called factory format.
Point To Remeber Before Reset Galaxy Tablet
Before formatting your Samsung Galaxy Tab you must remember to backup all your data that you’ve stored in your tablet. Because when you reset your tablet all your stored data will be deleted automatically. To back up Samsung Galaxy Tab data you’ve to use Micro SD card.
How To Transfer Data From Galaxy Tab To Micro SD card
Generally, there are two ways to transfer data from the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
1 # To Micro SD Card
2 # To Online Storage Account
In the second method, you’ve to upload all your data to an online storage account such as Dropbox, iCould etc. However, in this method, you need lots of data with the good speed of uploading. So we move to one method, moving all data to Micro SD card.
To Move Data To Micro SD From Samsung Galaxy Tab
Insert Micro SD card to Galaxy Tablet.
Go to the File Expoler, open Device Storage and all files and folder and press the copy button.
Note: Not move all files and folder just copy them because if due to some issue if the transfer failed your data will be secure on your device.
Select the Micro SD card to copy all files and folder along with photos and videos.
After successfully copying all your data from Galaxy Tab remove the Micro SD form the device and insert that card into another device and view all your data. Now move to below guides.
How To Reset Samsung Galaxy Tab
Follow the step by step guides to hard reset the Samsung Galaxy Tab of any series or modal.
Step 1 :
Turn off the device (Samsung Galaxy Tab).
Step 2 :
Press and Hold the Volume Up and Power button at the same time.
Step 3 :
When the startup screen, release all the buttons.
Step 4 :
Use the Volume Up/Down button to navigate to “wipe data/factory reset”.
Step 5 :
Tap on the “wipe data/factory reset”
Step 6 :
Tap on “Yes” delete all user data.
Step 7 :
Tap on “reboot system now”.