The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most beloved smartphones of this year, with its stylish design and powerful specs.
If you lose your phone, you have no idea how to recover it.
This article will walk you through how to get the device back, using Samsung’s official recovery software, recovery recovery media, and a simple method.
The first step is to download and install Samsung’s Recovery Toolkit.
After that, you need to download the recovery software for your Galaxy Note 3, Note 4, Note 5, and the Note 6.
Once you have the recovery app installed, head to Settings > About phone > Recovery.
Click on the Samsung recovery button to download it.
Once the download is complete, you’ll see a list of available tools.
In the case of the Note 4 recovery, you may need to go into the settings menu and select “Restore from SD card.”
Once that’s done, select the file you downloaded and select the “Restores from SD Card.”
If you’re unsure how to do this, follow these steps: On your computer, open a command prompt and type the following: recovery -v Note4.recovery.bin -w Note4 The recovery tool will ask you for the full path to the file.
Click yes to confirm.
If everything went well, you should now see the file called Note4-recovers.bin on your computer.
Once that is complete you should be able to click on it and it should start working.
If it doesn’t, check the steps above again.
On your phone or tablet, scroll down until you find the “Settings” section.
Select the “General” tab and click on “Device recovery.”
The “Device Recovery” section will have a checkmark next to the “Device.”
If everything is good, you can restart your phone and then select the device’s settings from there.
You’ll see the device listed under the recovery tool.
Next, head back to the recovery menu and click “Back up now.”
You’ll be prompted to create a backup copy of the recovery files.
Choose “Yes” when asked to confirm that the backup will be backed up.
You can then select “Backup” from the “Back” menu to start backing up the device.
Once your device is backed up, you will be able restore your data from the device, and you’ll be able select the backup file that you created and select which files to back up.
It may take a minute or two, depending on the size of your data, to fully restore your files.
This process can take a while depending on your phone’s performance.
You may also need to enter recovery settings in order to select and select your data.
Once it’s done it should automatically begin backing up your files from your computer and restoring them.
The process is completely reversible once the process is complete.
If all goes well, your phone should be back up and running.
Once all of this is done, head over to your Samsung’s support website to file a support ticket.
The Galaxy Note 5 will require a different recovery method.
To restore your Note 5 to factory settings, go to Settings> About phone> About device.
If your device has a Samsung app installed it will be listed as “Samsung Apps.”
Once you open the Samsung apps, scroll to the bottom and select Samsung apps from the list.
If the device does not have any installed Samsung apps it will simply be listed under Samsung Apps.
Once this is finished, select “backup and restore” from there to restore your phone to factory.
Note: If your phone has a Galaxy Note 2 or Note 3 installed, you cannot restore from the phone’s data or storage.
If that is the case, you must first install the “Samsung Storage Manager” software.
This software will automatically download the latest version of Samsung’s “BackUp and Restore” recovery software.
If this does not happen, you still need to follow the steps listed above to restore to factory Settings.
Once everything is done and you’re ready to go, go back to Settings, select Samsung’s About phone page, and then click on the “About phone” tab again.
Click the “about phone” link.
If a screen is present, scroll up to the top of the screen, then select your device and click the “More” link at the top right.
You should now have a screen that says “Back to main screen.”
This will take you to a screen similar to this one.
Once your phone is back to normal settings, head into your settings.
Under the “Recovery” section, click on Samsung’s recovery button.
After the process of restoring your phone completes, you now have the option to restore data to your phone from the recovery file.
This can take up to a few minutes depending on how fast your phone may be.
Once complete, head off to your computer to complete the process.
Once finished, you’re all set.