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How to reset my Samsung Galaxy Tab to the factory default settings

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Samsung Galaxy Tab™ (2.2)

1. Touch Menu.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

2. Touch Settings.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

3. Touch Privacy.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

4. Touch Factory data reset.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

5. Touch Reset Tablet.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

6. Touch Erase everything.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

7. The tablet will take a short time to erase everything and will then restart.

If your tablet becomes unresponsive, you may need to perform a hard reset.
Important: a hard reset will restore the tablet to its factory default settings and erase all your data.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

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