If you are unable to access your device, or you have locked yourself out of it. If your device cannot be accessed, or you are unable to log into Google account, Samsung will be able to check whether the device is running a compatible version of Android, and will then help you reset it to factory settings.
In general, Factory Resetting is a way of resetting your mobile to a clean condition or factory settings. It's been a long queried feature when it first appeared, and has recently become a staple of the line up of reset features on almost all mobile operating systems.
The only factory reset options available on the Google Play Store app will work for Android versions below Android Nougat 7.0. Factory Resetting your device will cause everything - including your files, contacts, text messages, and other data can be deleted or overwritten. Data recovery cannot restore Factory Reset data, and that's why it's important to make sure you have saved your data elsewhere.
Having a rooted device can make it easier to access files & functions on your smartphone or tablet. With Samsung devices being a little bit different, with a restricted system, rooting can sometimes fix a problem with the Operating System, or it could show you how to access files and remove malware, which is a very big problem for Android devices. We will discuss how to enable developer options on our page How to root your Samsung.
With the common problem of jailbreak, rooting is useful if it's needed. If you just want to access or use the features of your device then it's best to prevent such a situation happening. You should be well informed about what rooting is before you jump on it.
The first option is to use the Samsung Account Manager. If you are unable to access your account, you can try the following steps: Go to your Device Settings Select "Security and lock screen" Go to Device administrator In the drop-down box, select "Reset by all accounts" d2c66b5586