Having a smartphone might be useful for anyone including you to text your friends, make a phone call with your family, etc. Yet, how is your phone suddenly freezes and stops working? Rather than you go to the device service, you might learn how to factory reset your phone by reading this article. Yep! In this chance, we are going to talk more about factory reset Galaxy S20. Well, for your information, doing a factory reset might delete your phone’s data. Therefore, it is best to back up your data first. Now, let’s have a more detailed discussion below!
How to Factory Reset Galaxy S20
There are two kinds of factory resets. They are soft reset and hard reset. Having your phone soft reset by other people might not delete your data. plus, it is easier than doing a hard reset. How to do it? Let’s check it out for further info below!
Steps to Soft Reset Samsung Galaxy S20
- Press and hold the Side button and Volume down button (right edge) until the ‘Power off‘ prompt appears then release.
- Tap Restart.
- To confirm, tap Restart. Allow up to 30 seconds for the reset to complete.
Steps to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S20
If your phone frozen or unresponsive due to some unpermitted installations, it is best to do a hard reset, one kind of factory resets. Yet, you must be ready for losing all data. It includes contacts, app settings, email accounts, downloaded app, media such as music, videos, and pictures, system and application data, etc. Now, let’s take a look at ways to do a hard reset below!
- Turn off your Galaxy S20 device by pressing and holding the Power button simultaneously. Well, this might take around a few seconds to work.
- The second step is to press and hold the Volume Up and the Bixby/Power button at the same time for around more or less than 10 seconds to enter the recovery mode. Release it once you see the Android logo appears on the screen.
- To pick up the option or navigate and highlight the option, use Volume buttons; you could up or down the volume button.
- Press the Volume Down button until you see the option ‘wipe data or factory reset’. Then, to confirm it, press the Power button.
- On the following screen, press the Volume Down until you see ‘Yes — delete all user data’ option. Again, press the Power button to send a confirmation. Great! Your smartphone will start wiping all of the data that exist on your phone.
- When the reset data activity is done, there will be a ‘Reboot system now’ option appears. Just click using your Power button to start rebooting. Yes! Once your Galaxy S20 finishes, it will be like a new phone!
Well, that’s all about how to factory reset your Galaxy S20. It is easy, right? Have a home try, then!