How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo GT-I9060 Dual SIM

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When you buy a smartphone, you have to know how to hard reset/factory reset. Every time we try to provide best smart phoneshard reset/factory reset solution. Here some Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo GT-I9060 Dual SIM: Li-Ion 2100 mAh battery, 2G, 3G,GSM, GPRS, EDGE, HSPA, network supported, Optional dual Sim supported(Mini-SIM, dual stand by), Quad-core 1.2 GHz cortex-A7 processor, TFT capacitive touch-screen, 16M colors, RAM 1GB, internal memory 8/16GB,

Expandable memory up to 64 GB(micro-SD), 5.1” display, weight 163 g, Back camera 5.0 MP, Front camera VGA/2.0 MP, camera pixels 2592 x 1944, LED Flash light, Bluetooth v4.0,A2DP,LE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Android OS V4.2(Jelly Bean), Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass Sensors, FM Radio, HTML5  Browser, USB supported, micro USB V2.0. If you forgotten your phone pattern lock, user code, google lock or phone code. I show you how to hard reset Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo GT-I9060 Dual SIM Smartphone.

See your phone repair steps :

  • Step 1: Turn off your Samsung android device.
  • Step 2: Release any “SIM Card or SD Card” in your phone.
  • Step 3: Press and Hold “Vol+ key, Home key and Power key”, when your phone vibrate then release all hold key.
  • Step 4: You got “Android system recovery mode”, Use “Vol – key” select “wipe data/factory reset” and press “Power key” to confirm.
hard reset Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo GT-I9060 Dual SIM
hard reset Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo GT-I9060 Dual SIM
  • Step 5: Use “Vol- key” select “Yes — delete all user data” and press “Power key” to confirm.
  • Step 6: Again select “reboot system now” and press “power key”.
  • Step 7: Now your Device will reboot.
  • Step 8: Your Android device is now OK.