Samsung Galaxy M40
Factory Reset & Hard Reset

How to reset your Samsung Galaxy M40 ? This tutorial is about the soft reset, factory reset and hard reset operations for Samsung Galaxy M40. This actions will completely erase all the data, settings and content on your devices, returning it to the original factory settings.

Factory reset, also known as hard reset, is a fast and easy way for your devices to return it to the original factory settings. This action wipes all personal data from your device and make it 100% clean.

Samsung Galaxy M40 Factory Reset & Hard Reset


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If your Samsung Galaxy M40 smartphone has problems like:

  • Running slowly,
  • Freezing or not responsive,
  • Virus infection,
  • Stuck in boot screen,
  • Random reboots or restart problem after firmware update,
  • Frequent failures, errors from system and apps,
  • You cant remember device password or pattern lock,

It is pretty easy to solve these issues with Samsung Galaxy M40 factory reset and Samsung Galaxy M40 hard reset process.

Soft reset, also known as soft reboot, is the restarting or rebooting of a device like a computer, smartphone or tablet. It closes all applications and clears any data in random access memory. Soft resetting is usually performed to repair malfunctioning applications.

Factory Reset Your Samsung Galaxy M40 From The Settings Menu

If you access your Samsung Galaxy M40 factory data reset menu, you can completely erase all the data, settings and content on your device. This process will turn it to factory default settings like the first day of your smartphone.

Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security feature on Android devices with Lollipop 5.1 and higher. If you want to reset your device to factory defaults, make sure you know your Google Account and Password, because you will need to login at the end of the reset.

How To Remove FRP Lock On Your Android Devices

You can finish Samsung Galaxy M40 factory reset process via settings menu by following the below steps.

  • Be sure that your device has at least %50 charge life.
  • Logout from your Google Account to remove the FRP Lock.
  • Use Backup and Restore option to backup your data.
  • Open the Settings menu.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and tap General Managament.
  • Tap the Reset menu and select the Factory Data Reset.
  • Read the informations on the screen and tap Reset Device.
  • Enter your device pin, screen lock or password.
  • Tap Delete All.

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After a few minutes, your device will reboot and factory data reset process finishes. First opening can be a little longer than usual. At the welcome screen, login your Google account and you can start Restore Data process.

Hard Reset Your Samsung Galaxy M40 With Recovery Mode

If you are not able to reach settings menu, you can do Samsung Galaxy M40 hard reset process via recovery mode. Usually, recovery mode is usable when you forget pattern lock or screen lock, the phone stuck in boot logo or restarts itself constantly.

Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security feature on Android devices with Lollipop 5.1 and higher. If you want to reset your device to factory defaults, make sure you know your Google Account and Password, because you will need to login at the end of the reset.

How To Remove FRP Lock On Your Android Devices

You can finish Samsung Galaxy M40 hard reset process via recovery mode by following the below steps.

  • Be sure that your device has at least %50 charge life.
  • Power off your device and wait a few seconds.
  • Press and hold Volume Up + Power buttons together until recovery mode screen appears. (These button combinations can change on different modals.)
  • When you see the Samsung logo release the Power button, but keep holding Volume Up until the recovery mode screen comes.
  • Leave all the buttons when Recovery Mode screen appears.
  • Go to Wipe Data / Factory Reset option using Volume Down and press Power button to confirm it.
  • Go to Yes –Delete All User Data using Volume Down and press Power button to continue.
  • After the process finishes, go to Reboot System Now and press Power button.

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After a few minutes, your device will reboot and factory data reset process finishes. First opening can be a little longer than usual. At the welcome screen, login your Google account and you can start Restore Data process.

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