If your Galaxy S20 has problems, factory reset it. Another reason to factory reset your Galaxy S20+ Plus is to make the device work again. No matter what reason, we will show you how factory reset a Galaxy S20.
Important to remember that factory resetting a Galaxy S20 is not possible without backing up any files or information. This will prevent any data from becoming lost. Go to settings > Backup and reset to backup data on your Galaxy S20. A backup app or service can be used to back up the rest.
How to Factory Reset an Operating Galaxy S20+ Plus
Scroll to the notification section on the Galaxy S20. Click the gear icon to bring Settings up. Choose Factory data reset. Next, ensure that all important data has been backedup. Finally, scroll down to Reset device. Select to delete all. Wait until the process is complete.
How to Factory Reset Galaxy S20 With Hardware Keys
If your touchscreen is not responding, you may have a problem accessing or forgetting your pattern lock. In either case, you can factory reset Galaxy S20+ Plus with the hardware keys.
- Turn off Galaxy S20
- To see the Android icon, press and hold the Volume downbutton as well as the Homebutton and Powerbutton simultaneously.
- Use the Volumedownselect wipe data/factory resetoption, and then click the Power button.
- To delete user data , use the volume downhighlight. Then press power.
- The Powerbutton can be used to select the Galaxy S20 after it has been rebooted.
- Everything will be reset after the Galaxy S20 restarts.