Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is a flagship smartphone that comes with very powerful specs. However, like other Android smartphones, it can also run into some performance issues. If you are experiencing them and none of the other solutions have worked for you, you can Factory reset the device, which will take the device to its original state by removing the entire data. In this Vodytech guide, you will learn how to factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
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What is Factory Reset?
Factory Reset or Master Reset is a feature where the devices take it back to the original state by removing the entire data from its system. It includes your photos, videos, files, apps, and other data.
How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20?
The whole process of factory reset on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is very simple, and you can easily do it by following the instructions. This process is also completely safe, so you don’t have to worry about anything. As we will be using the Android recovery menu to Factory reset the device, it’s important that you strictly follow these steps to ensure that you don’t delete any of your data. Here’s how you can factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
- The first step is to turn off your Note 20. Press the Volume down key and power key at the same time and release them quickly.
- Power menu will appear on the screen. Tap the Power off option from the menu.
- Once Note 20 is turned off, press and hold the volume up key and power key at the same time.
- Keep holding them until the smartphone vibrates and the Android Recovery Menu Appears on the screen. In some cases, it might take up to 30 seconds to display the Recovery Menu.
- Once the recovery menu appears on the screen, use the volume down and up buttons for navigation.
- Move the highlighter to the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option by pressing the volume down key.
- Once it’s highlighted, use the power key to select it.
- Now confirm your action on the next screen. Use the volume down key to highlight the “Factory Data Reset” and press the power key to confirm it.
- Let the system complete the process.
- Once it’s completed, the “Reboot System now” text will be highlighted.
- Press the Power key to select it, and that’s it.
Let the Note 20 complete the reboot process. The system can take several minutes to reboot. Once it’s rebooted, the system will be in its original state. You will have to setup everything from the start, or you can simply restore the backup.
Does Factory Reset deletes everything?
Yes, Factory Reset (Master Reset) restores the device to its original state, and it deletes everything, including your photos, videos, documents, and everything else.
In this guide, you learned how to factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20. If you have any questions or suggestions, please let us know in the comments. Also, check this guide if you want to improve the fingerprint speed of your Galaxy Note 20.