If you’ve been experiencing performance issues on your Samsung Galaxy A20s, or are bringing a new phone home, you’ll want to reset your phone back to factory settings. A factory reset may also be necessary if you’re locked out of your device’s operating system or are selling it to someone else. Doing a factory reset on your Samsung Galaxy A20s will erase your data and reset the settings on the phone, restoring it to its original state. In this guide, we’ll walk through how to reset your Galaxy A20s device.
Why Should I Factory Reset My Samsung Galaxy A20s?
There are several reasons why you should consider doing a factory reset on your device, including:
- To eliminate any glitches from your phone’s operating system
- To fix performance problems
- To clear memory and improve speed
- To erase all personal data before selling or giving away your device
- To update your device to the newest factory settings
How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy A20s
Factory resetting your device will be different from one device to the next, but with a Samsung Galaxy A20s, the process is fairly straight-forward. Here’s how to go about it:
- On your Samsung Galaxy A20s, open Settings and tap General Management.
- Choose Reset.
- Select Factory Data Reset from the menu.
- You’ll be prompted to enter your passcode if you use one.
- Select the Reset option.
- You’ll also be asked to confirm whether you want to Select Reset Settings, Erase Everything, or both. Select the option that works best for you.
- Wait a few moments while your Samsung Galaxy A20s resets to its factory settings.
Once the factory reset is done, the phone will restart and all data will be erased from the device and its settings will be reset back to the original factory settings. Your Samsung Galaxy A20s will be ‘like new’ again. However, remember to backup your data to prevent data loss from accidental deletion.