How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20

At some point, all Samsung Galaxy Note 20 owners will need to know how to hard reset their device. Whether you’re selling your device, are experiencing persistent operating system issues, or simply want a fresh start, this tutorial will walk you through hard resetting your Note 20 properly. Knowing how to properly hard reset your device is essential to protect your personal data and return the device to its factory settings.

Why Hard Reset Your Device?

  • Completely remove personal information
  • Erase all third-party apps
  • Fix minor software bugs
  • Speed up the device
  • Reset passwords quickly
  • Return device to factory settings

How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20

  1. Make sure the device is fully charged.
  2. Press and hold the following buttons simultaneously: Volume Up, Bixby, and Power.
  3. Continue to hold the buttons until the Android Recovery Menu appears.
  4. Press the Volume Down button to select ‘Wipe Data/Factory Reset’ from the list of available options, then press the Power button to confirm the selection.
  5. Select ‘Yes, delete all user data’ and press the Power button to confirm.
  6. Select ‘Reboot System Now’ and press the Power button to confirm.
  7. After a few seconds, the device will automatically restart.


Your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will now be completely reset and just like it was when you first bought it. It’s important to note that while hard resetting your device will remove any personal information associated with your account, it won’t be able to unlink your device from Google if you’re logged into your Google Account on the device. In order to fully protect your personal information, it’s important to log out of all connected accounts before attempting a factory reset of your Samsung Galaxy Note 20.


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