The newly launched Samsung Galaxy F41 offers pretty good hardware specifications and the One UI Core 2.1, Exynos 9611 SoC, 6GB RAM, UFS 2.1 storage type, etc plays a major role to run the device system smoother and daily tasks flawlessly. However, there is nothing permanent in this world and so the Galaxy F41. Now, if you’re one of the Galaxy F41 users and want to perform Soft Reset, Factory Reset, or Force Restart on your Galaxy F41 then check out this guide.
It’s quite expected that each and every smartphone whether a budget category or premium one has its own sort of issues like performance drops, stuck at the boot screen or loading screen, low battery capacity, networking issues, connectivity issues, and more. So, all of these temporary or common issues can be easily fixed by performing a reset or force restart on your device. Now, before heading over to the guide, let’s take a quick look at the Galaxy F41 specs overview.
Samsung Galaxy F41: Specifications
The handset comes with a 6.4-inches Super AMOLED display, 1080×2340 pixels resolution, a 19.5:9 aspect ratio screen, Android 10 (One UI Core 2.1). It packs an octa-core Exynos 9611 chipset, Mali-G72 MP3 GPU, 6GB RAM, 64GB/128GB internal storage, a 6,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support, and other major sensors, connectivity options.
The device sports a triple rear camera setup that consists of a 64MP (wide, f/1.8) + an 8MP (ultrawide, f/2.2) + a 5MP (depth, f/2.4) lens with PDAF, an LED flash, HDR, Panorama, gyro-EIS support. While the front packs a 32MP (wide, f/2.0) selfie camera.
Keep in mind that performing a soft reset or a hard reset (factory reset) will always wipe out your user data that are stored in the internal storage like contacts, call logs, text messages, installed applications & games, etc. Either take a manual backup or Google account backup on your Galaxy devices according to your need.
How to Soft Reset Galaxy F41
This method is one of the most popular reset methods among smartphone users which is very easy to use and takes fewer efforts than the hard reset.
- Unlock the screen on your Samsung Galaxy F41.
- Tap on the device Settings menu > Scroll down a bit and go to General Management.
- Select Reset > From the list, choose the Factory data reset.
- Tap on Reset to confirm the action.
- Wait for the process to complete.
- All the internal files/data will be deleted completely and your device will boot into the system again.
- Now, go through the initial setup process > Then log in to the Google account as well as the Samsung account > Install your required apps & games.
How to Factory Reset Galaxy F41
Apart from the soft reset, users can also perform a hard factory reset that requires stock/custom recovery mode. In some cases, the device may also be stuck at the boot screen or at a loading screen. In that case, you can’t use follow the soft reset method.
- Press and hold the Power key on your Samsung Galaxy F41 > Select Power off.
- Once the device turned off completely, long-press the Volume Up + Power keys together for a few seconds until the Samsung boot logo appears. [Means when the boot logo pops up, release both the keys immediately]
- Now, the recovery mode will appear on your Galaxy device. Use the volume up/down keys to navigate the selection/highlight and press the power key to confirm.
- So, navigate to the Wipe data/factory reset to select it > Press the Power key to confirm.
- The device system will ask you whether you want to delete all the data on your phone or not.
- Simply use the volume keys to highlight Yes and press the Power key to confirm hard reset.
- Wait for the process to complete. All the internal device data will be deleted.
- Once done, go back to the main recovery menu and use the volume keys again to select Reboot system now.
- Press the Power key to reboot your device and the handset will boot into the system again.
How to Force Restart Galaxy F41
Now, if in case, your Samsung Galaxy F41 device gets hanged or frozen for some unfortunate reasons and neither your device turns on/restarts automatically nor you’re able to manually reboot your handset then the force restart comes in handy.
- Press and hold both the Volume Down + Power keys together for around 07 seconds.
- Once your device starts rebooting, the Samsung boot logo will appear.
- So, release both the keys and wait for your device to restart completely.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this guide very useful. For further queries, feel free to ask in the comment below.