A hard reset is the best option if your Samsung Galaxy S20 stops responding or does not function as normal.
It is important to remember that the Samsung Galaxy S20 hard reset will remove all data, settings, apps, and other settings. Backup your Galaxy S20 to avoid data loss. You can back up data from your Galaxy S20 by going to settings > Backup and reset.
Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S20
- Turn off Galaxy S20
- Hold down the Power button and Volume Up buttons simultaneously.
- Select “wipe data/factory reset” from the Recovery Mode menu. Use Volume buttons for navigation and Power button for confirmation.
- To confirm the operation, click “Yes — Delete all User Data”
- Next, select “Reboot system now”.
Method 2 to Hard Reset a Samsung Galaxy S20
- Turn on the Galaxy S20
- Once you reach the Home Screen, click on Menu and then Settings.
- Select Backup & Reset and then Reset device.
- Click on “Erase Everything” to confirm your decision.