These are some of the reasons that lead you to want to perform a reset, format, hard reset or factory reset of your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro:
— My Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro works very slow and I want to format it.
— I have forgotten my Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro unlock pattern or screen unlock PIN code.
— The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is hung or frozen.
— My Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro does not have enough storage space to install applications.
— Clear all information from Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro before selling or giving it away.
— Restore to factory settings my Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
— My Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has trouble picking up calls.
Click the following link to see instructions on resetting Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
Before doing a hard reset or formatting you should know that all the data and configuration of your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will be erased and will be back as it came from the factory.
Doing a format should not involve any risk for your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, however you must follow all the steps correctly, the Samsung must have the battery fully charged and if possible it must be connected to the charger.
If something fails during the reset in most cases starting from the beginning and following the steps, the problem is usually corrected and the process completed correctly, but there is always a risk when performing a hard reset that depends on the state of the terminal and you must assess If you want to assume it or if you prefer to take your Galaxy J7 Pro to a professional.
Doing a hard reset or formatting of Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will erase all data that has been stored since the first moment Galaxy J7 Pro was launched.
That is, all the applications that have been installed will be deleted (applications that are pre-installed in the terminal will not be deleted), any configuration or customization of the terminal will be deleted.
Your Samsung will be unlinked from all social media accounts and services such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, mail or iTunes.
All chat conversations, messages, photos, videos, audios and files that were downloaded while using your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will be deleted.
All this data will be deleted from the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro but if you have it linked to a cloud backup (iCloud, Google Drive) when you link your account to a new device and connect it via Wi-Fi all the data of the backup will be downloaded including the messages, chats, photos, videos, multimedia and browsing history.
First of all, we recommend that you make a backup copy of all your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro data either through a computer by connecting the Galaxy J7 Pro via a cable and copying all the data through the file browser or a dedicated copy program security, using an SD card or the simplest method by backing up the cloud through a Google Drive, Microsoft One, Apple iCloud, Dropbox or Amazon Drive account.
Secondly, make sure that your Samsung has at least 800attery power and if possible keep it connected to the charger and the power while performing the reset tasks.
The Fortnite video game has the following requirements to work on a mobile device: minimum 3Gb of RAM, Android 8.0 or higher, GPU: Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher and free internal storage space of at least 3GB.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro it has a RAM memory 3 GB RAM, a graphics card Mali-T830 MP2, it comes from the factory with the operating system Android 7.0 (Nougat) and an internal memory of 64 GB.
Fortnite for Android cannot be obtained from Google Play like the rest of applications and games, since Epic Games decided to remove it from the Google application store to avoid paying 30 per cent commission for each subscription or purchase that is made in the video game. To get Fortnite in your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro you must download the installer accessing from the mobile device to epicgames.com/fortnite/android.
If you have forgotten the PIN code of your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro SIM card, do not enter the wrong code more than twice or you will block the SIM card. A hard reset will not take effect in this case, the only solution is to look for the PUK code that you must have on the plastic card where your SIM card came from, in case you cannot find it, contact your telephone company to provide you with the PUK code, With this code you can create a new PIN code. Do not enter a wrong PUK code or the SIM card will be unusable and you will have to request a new one from your telephone company.
If you have a Google account associated with your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and you remember the password you can unlock your Samsung.
After several attempts to try to unlock the Galaxy J7 Pro, the phrase “Forgot your password?” Will appear in the lower left. or “Forgotten the password” click on it, now enter the password of your Google account and your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will be unlocked.
Once unlocked you can change the unlock pattern or lock PIN code from the Android 7.0 (Nougat) operating system settings.
If you do not remember the password of your Google account you must use a computer or other device to try to recover the password through a secret question or a second email account, if it is also not possible to recover the Google password the last option to unlock your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is to do a hard reset or factory reset so you will erase all the information stored in your 64 GB and all its settings.
There are several methods to improve the speed of a Galaxy J7 Pro from Samsung before resorting to acquiring a new model or resorting to more drastic methods.
Unlike a computer or laptop, we cannot expand the RAM of a Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro from 3 GB RAM which comes by default so we have to look for methods to improve its performance.
1- Perform an unnecessary application cleanup. Check all downloaded applications you do not use and delete them.
2- Remove pre-installed applications. Your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro comes with pre-installed applications that you may not use and are taking up space in your 64 GB memory.
3- Pass media files to memory card.
4- Keep your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro updated to the latest software version, Android 7.0 (Nougat) it is the version of the operating system with which it was released but possibly new versions have come out with performance improvements.
6- Install an antivirus or cleaning application.
7- As a last option you can perform a format, factory reset or hard reset of your Samsung.
The frequencies or bands of mobile telephony used in the United States are the following:
2G/GSM: GSM 850 MHz, GSM 1900 MHz.
3G/WCDMA: UMTS 850 MHz, UMTS 1900 MHz, UMTS 1700 MHz, UMTS 2100 MHz.
4G/LTE: LTE 700 MHz, LTE 800 MHz, LTE 1700 MHz, LTE 1900 MHz, LTE 2100 MHz, LTE WCS 2300 MHz (30), LTE 2500 MHz.
5G: 3100 – 3550 MHz (and 3700 – 4200 MHz).
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has a 2G connectivity: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
A 3G connectivity: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G / LTE connectivity: LTE
The frequencies or bands of cellular telephony used in the United Kingdom are the following:2G/GSM: GSM 900 MHz, GSM 1800 MHz.
You can check if the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro works in the United Kingdom since it has a connectivity 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
A 3G connectivity: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G / LTE connectivity: LTE
On Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro it is possible to quickly access emergency contacts without having to unlock the terminal.
First of all you must configure emergency calls on your Galaxy J7 Pro, for this you must go to the device settings and search under “Advanced functions” or “Security and privacy” section “Send emergency message”, “Contacts of Emergency” or “SOS Emergency” varies depending on the version of the operating system and the customization layer of Samsung.
Within this section you must configure the emergency contacts that you want to appear when activating the emergency call.
Once you have configured several possible ways to make the call depending on the software version, one possibility is by pressing the power key five times in a row (in some models it is activated with three consecutive keystrokes), in case this option does not work in The lock screen should show the emergency text at the bottom, click on the word “Emergency” and you will be able to access the emergency contacts.
Keep your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro updated it is very important especially to receive the latest corrections in security and to receive the latest news of the operating system as well as improvements in speed and battery performance.
Before updating the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro make sure you have a fully charged battery and be connected to a Wi-Fi network, since a large amount of data must be downloaded.
To update your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro you must go to Settings, this is the gear icon on the home screen of your Samsung, scroll down and click on “Software Updates” and then on “Check for updates”.
Step-by-step instructions to update Samsung.
To make a backup of your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro there are several methods.
The most economical method is to connect the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro to a computer using the USB cable and make a copy of the files using the file browser.
To perform a cloud backup you need a cloud backup service, on Android devices the default built-in service is Google Drive.
Samsung has its own service called “Samsung Cloud” which is usually installed by default in the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro.
If what you want is to make a backup only of the photos and videos made with your Samsung you can use Google Photos, You will have all your photos and videos organized and you can configure it to be uploaded automatically at the time of capturing or uploaded all when connecting to a Wi-Fi network.
If your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro it does not turn on you must follow a series of recommendations to check what the problem is:
First connect the Samsung to the charger and to the electric current to rule out that it is a problem of lack of battery. If after one hour of charging the Samsung still does not turn on, proceed to the following recommendation.
Try to make a factory reset, you will lose all the data in the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro but you can recover them later through the iCloud backup.
If the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro does not react to factory reset is likely to be a battery problem, you can call a technician to replace the battery Non-removable Li-Ion 3600 mAh battery from Galaxy J7 Pro, it is a relatively cheap solution.
If none of these methods have worked, it is likely that Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro s has a broken motherboard or screen problem.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro does not have a water resistance certification so you should avoid coming into contact with liquids and creams.