If your Samsung Galaxy J3 is hit with some malware or virus, or if the time comes where you need a fresh start then you need to know how to factory, hard or remotely reset, depending on your situation.
The Galaxy J3 provide great viewing experience with the help of the huge 5-inch Super Amoled display having a screen resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and a pixel density of 294 PPI. It comes with a Corning Gorilla Glass which will protect the display.
Under the hood, it provides a quad-core processor having a clock speed of 1.4 GHz which is seated upon the Snapdragon 410 MSM8916v2 chipset, together which can deliver great performance. There is an Adreno 306 GPU that will handle the graphics of the device smoothly. It has a 1.5GB RAM that will handle the multitasking of the device.
Due to bugs present in the system, some apps might cause crashes and performance may decrease. To fix this problem you need to factory reset your Samsung J3 and it will automatically fix all the glitches that are present in your phone. It is very simple and easy to do within a few steps. Regardless of the device model, it can work the same on all Samsung phones.
Bypass Lock Screen Pin / Pattern / Password Samsung J3
If you’ve forgotten or lost your screen lock fingerprint, pin, pattern and password, you have up to 5 attempts to try and unlock your Samsung Galaxy J3. If you’re still unsuccessful after several attempts, the only way to unlock your device is to reset via Samsung or Google find my device.
With both of the following options however, the device needs to be turned on, and it needs some kind of network connection; whether it’s connected to a Wi-Fi network or mobile data.
Unlock Screen with Google Find My Device
- Visit https://www.google.com/android/find and then sign in with your Google email and password.
- Select the Samsung J3 from the top left hand corner of the menu.
- Choose the “Erase Data” option from the action menu.
- Select “Erase Device” to confirm.
- Enter your Google Account password to reset the phone.
Reset Lock Screen via Samsung Find My Mobile
- Open https://findmymobile.samsung.com and then sign in with your Samsung Account ID and password.
- Choose the Galaxy J3 from the menu on the left.
- Choose the “Erase Device” option from below the device information.
- Choose the ‘Eraseʼ button on the popup.
- Enter your Samsung Account password to confirm and send the task to your phone.
Factory reset Samsung J3 via Settings
If you find your Samsung Galaxy J3 is working slower than expected, it may be time to consider a factory reset.
- Go into the ‘Settingsʼ.
- Tap ‘Backup and resetʼ.
- Tap on ‘Factory data resetʼ.
- Tap on “Reset Device”.
- Enter in your lock screen credentials and then tap on “Continue”.
- Confirm you understand that all data will be erased by tapping on “Erase Everything”.
- Your device will restart and begin the Factory Data Reset.
Hard reset Samsung J3
- Turn off your Galaxy J3 and wait a few seconds.
- Press and hold the Volume Up, Home and Power buttons at the same time on your Galaxy J3.
- Release the Power button when the Phone vibrates. Continue to hold the Volume + Home buttons until the Android logo appears.
- In recovery use the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons in order to scroll up and down and the Power key to select.
- From recovery, after selecting wipe data factory reset on the hard reset process, choose wipe cache partition.
- Select reboot system now.
Samsung Galaxy J3 comes with a strong spec-sheet that carries everything to meet the demands of the users. It has a great processing front with a massive battery capacity that can last for more than a day with a single charge. Further, it also gets fast charging support. It further impresses with its excellent front camera which will woo the selfie lover. In terms of storage, there would not be any need to rely on expandability. As for the display, the device gets high resolution but lacks screen protection, which could have been provided in this range.
If you are still experiencing some problems, such as overheating, apps crashing or battery draining; Keep in mind that these things can also come from hardware.