A hard reset, also known as a factory reset or master reset, will thoroughly reset and restore your Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G to its original state. If you are having trouble with your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, a hard reset might be the answer to help get it back to normal working order. It may also help to restore speed and performance if the device has been running slowly or reacting unexpectedly. There are a few signs that you can look for that indicate a hard reset might be necessary, such as:
- The phone is running uncharacteristically slow
- Apps are not responding
- Unusual battery drain
- Symbols or applications behaving differently
- The phone not responding to touch
- Freezes and unexpected shutdowns
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Before you begin, it is important to back up all data on the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G to another device or a cloud service to avoid data loss. This process will reset the phone back to its original setting, including all files, settings, and applications.
Steps to Reset Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
1. To begin, go to the Home Screen and press the ‘Settings’ icon.
2. Select the ‘General management’ option.
3. Scroll down and select ‘Reset’.
4. Select ‘Factory data reset’.
5. Select ‘Reset’ option again.
6. Follow the on-screen instructions and wait for the reset to be completed.
7. The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will now reboot and be returned to the original factory settings.
The phone may take some time to reboot, and when it does further setup may be required.
Taking a few moments to perform a hard reset on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G can help return the device back to its original working order. Make sure to back up all user data before performing the hard reset. Following the steps outlined in this guide, you should now be able to confidently and effectively hard reset your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.