How to Reset Locked Samsung Phone with Reset Code
"My phone is a Samsung Galaxy s4 phone. I forgot the lock screen code and want to factory reset with code reset, How to do it?"
It is quite frustrating when your phone becomes unusable after forgetting the most unique and fancy lock screen code, password or fingerprint you created the last time. Factory reset becomes the only option to override the login window. There are various methods to factory reset your Samsung phone but the easiest way to do this is by using Samsung reset code. Below are various factory reset methods using Samsung reset code.
1.Newer Samsung Mobile Phone Reset Using Samsung Master Code
This method may not work with all the phones depending on what Android version is installed in them. But it is an easy method which you can try to factory reset your phone in one go. No need to follow a series of steps to get the same result of resetting your phone.
- Open the dial pad on the phone
- Dial *2767*3855# which is a master reset code for samsung phones
2.Old Samsung Phone Reset With Code
If the last method did not work, maybe you have to try a different reset code for Samsung. This code works for old Samsung phones.
- Open your phone's dial pad
- Dial samsung android mobile reset code #*7748#
3.Reformat Firmware And Wipe Out The Internal Memory
On the dial pad, dial #7780# factory reset and wipe out your account setup, contacts, application settings etc.
Using a hard reset code for Samsung Galaxy S9/S8/S7/S7 Edge/S6/S6 Edge/S5/S4/S3, Galaxy Note 5/Note 4/Note 3/Note 2 and other phones is easy to reset the device entirely but this poses a risk of losing all your data. Alternatively, you can also use an Android lock screen removal program like Tenorshare Android Unlocker to reset a locked Samsung phone easily. Make sure you backup your data before resetting our Samsung device.