How to Reboot Samsung Galaxy S9/S8/S7, Note9/Note8/Note7 and more

Last Updated on December 8, 2020 by Jason Ben

Are you a fan of Samsung Galaxy Phone and Tablet? As a well-known manufacturer in the mobile manufacturing business industry, the Samsung Galaxy series is positioned in the high-end market as a whole and are premium products in the Samsung mobile manufacturing business. The Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and Samsung Galaxy S7 belong to this series.

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In the process of experience, some people may meet regular problems such as unsmooth operation, no response, excessive memory usage, and unstable battery due to long-term usage. Some people may also encounter software crashes, system breakdown, black screen of death, sim card detection, automatic shutdown and other non-routine issues. At this time, we need to restart our mobile phone. This article is aiming to answer how to restart Samsung mobile phones in different models to solve the mentioned problems. In addition, these methods can also be used for Samsung tablets.

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1 How to Reboot Samsung Galaxy S4 and older generations

There is one thing you should know that the batteries of smartphones can be removed in Samsung Galaxy S4 and the older generation. Therefore, you can directly remove the battery from the rear to force off the smartphone when you face the problems mentioned. After a few seconds’ waiting, keep pressing the power button for about eight to ten seconds to reboot your smartphone.

2 How to Reboot Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge/ S7/S7 Edge/S8+

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge has completely changed the previous removable battery design, so if your smartphone unfortunately crashes, there is no way to reboot by deducting the battery. So what could we do at this time? Don’t worry! Developers design a key combination to deal with this problem. The key combination is Power button and Volume Down button. You should keep holding down these two buttons for seven seconds until it restarts.

3 How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Phone and Tablet

If none of the above methods can restart your phone, you may need to choose this process.

Step 1 Press the Power button to switch off your phone.

Step 2 Press Volume up button, Home button and Power button at the same time, your smartphone will turn into recovery mode. In this mode, you can reset your phone back to factory settings.

Step 3 Choose Wipe Data/Factory reset, and then select yes to confirm. Your smartphone will start to reset in its factory state.

Step 4 Select Reboot System Now to reboot the phone.


Resetting your smartphone means you will definitely and irreversibly lose all your data, including apps, accounts, documents and so on. In order to preserve your data well, we recommend using third-party software for data storage and backup prior to resetting. Here we recommend using Android Data Recovery for data extraction and backup. The specific operation is as follows:

Step 1 Install Android Data Recovery on your computer and start it. Click on More tools and More. You will see Broken Android Data Extraction in the Android Tools column. This is the data extraction and backup tool we are about to use.

Step 2 As shown in the picture below, according to its prompts, select the situation you meet such as black screen, broken, damaged system and so on.

Step 3 Connect your mobile phone and computer with a data cable and then enter the download mode according to the instructions on the software. Waiting a minute, after entering, you can select the data you need to backup. Finally, your significant data can be moved to your PC safely by Android Data Recovery.

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