If you galaxy note 20 is having issues and trying to resolve issues like galaxy keeps of restarting on its own or doesn’t boot up or stuck on logo or any other issues then Galaxy note 20 factory reset will help you fix all issues and get your Samsung galaxy note up and running easily. So, lets see in detail how to perform hard and soft factory reset Samsung galaxy 20 below in detail.
2 types of Factory Reset Soft reset and hard Reset:
There are two types of factory reset you can perform if your phone is not responding or facing issues while using your Samsung galaxy note 20.
Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Soft factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Step 1: Turn on your phone and Open settings on your phone
Step 2: Scroll down -> Tap on About phone.
Step 3: At the very bottom you will see option -> Reset->Tap on reset
Step 4: In reset settings->Factory data reset.
Step 5: Now, Scroll down and tap on reset.
Step 6: Enter your pin and click next.
That’s it, this is how you soft factory reset Samsung galaxy note 20, and once you click on reset it will erase all data and everything and your Samsung galaxy note 20 will turn off and turn on which means soft factory reset have been successfully completed.
Hard Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20:
Step 1: Press and hold volume down and power button or side button.
Step 2: Now, select power off.
Step 3: Once your phone is turned off, press and hold side button and volume up button and do not let go.
Step 4: Once you see the Samsung logo appear on your mobile screen let go off the buttons.
Step 5: Now using volume up and down button -> navigate to wipe data / factory reset and press side button to ok.
Step 6: Press volume down button and select factory data reset and confirm by side button (power button).
Step 7: Now your Samsung galaxy note 20 will perform hard factory data reset and turn on successfully.
That’s it, this is how you perform hard factory data reset on Samsung galaxy note 20.
What happens if I perform factory data reset?
It wipes all your data and user details, login details and wipers out all network wifi details etc and after hard and soft factory data reset it acts as a new mobile phone just bought from store unboxed.
You need to set your Samsung galaxy note 20 again if you factory reset Samsung galaxy note 20 again.
Settings->About phone->Reset->Factory data reset and confirm the reset by entering your pin.
Turn off your phone ->Press and hold volume up button and side button until you see Samsung logo, by using volume keys select factory data reset and press side button to confirm.