Doing a hard reset on the Samsung Galaxy T can keep the bugs at bay and everything running, read on to learn how to factory reset or master reset the Samsung Gravity T for better performance.
I’m listing two methods of performing a master reset your phone, follow these steps:
WARNING : This will wipe clean your cellphone, so back up all your personal data on the internal storage, such as downloaded content, ringtones, images, apps, and contacts.
Method 1 : Master reset from settings menu
From the Menu, tap Settings.
Scroll to and tap Reset settings.
Tap Master reset.
Enter the Password.
Note: If you have not created a password for this phone, you must create one now. The default password is 00000000.
If necessary, enter and confirm the password again.
Method 2: Performing a Master reset using hardware buttons
If the device menus are frozen or unresponsive, you can master reset using hardware keys. To perform a master reset, follow these steps:
Remove the battery from the device.
Remove the SIM Card from the device.
Leaving the SIM Card out of the device.
Insert the battery back onto the device.
Turn the device back on.
Once on the Home Screen, verify T-Mobile is not displayed on the Home screen.
Open QWERTY Keypad.
Type In Samsung E2P Custom Reset Code:
You may need to press the Alt button before each character.
Verify Screen displays: “Please wait as your phone will restart after Full Reset is performed”.
Test for resolution after reboot.