How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A20s

This guide will help you to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A20s Android mobile easily. You can easily hard reset or wipe data with Samsung recovery mode.

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What is Hard Reset?

A hard reset, also known as a master reset or factory reset, is the restoration process of a device to the state, it was in when it left the factory.

All data will be removed permanently. Reset will increase the mobile performance and fix the number of software-related issues etc.

Following Data will be Erased

  • Photos
  • Music files
  • Contacts
  • Google account
  • Downloaded apps
  • SD card data
  • System and app data

Before Reset

  • Make sure your phone battery must have above 50% charging.
  • Remove SD cards and sims.
  • Backup your phone data if possible.

Hard Reset via Recovery Mode

This method deletes all your phone data. You can not recover data after a hard reset.

Samsung Galaxy A20s
  • First, switch off your Android mobile.
  • Press and hold the Volume Up and Power button at a time.
  • Release all buttons when you see the Logo on the screen.
  • Next, you will see the Android recovery mode menu.
  • Then select wipe data/Factory reset option using Volume buttons to navigate and press the Power button to confirm.
  • Now select Yes option.
  • Finally, Select Reboot to system option.
  • Reset done on your mobile.

Remotely Unlock with Google Find My Device

This is the best method to reset your Samsung Android phone remotely. This method useful when you lose your phone or not able to access your mobile.

This method also deletes all your Android mobile data. After your device has been erased, you can’t locate it.

To find, lock, or erase a Samsung phone, that phone must:

  • Be turned on
  • Be signed in to a Google Account
  • Be connected to mobile data or Wi-Fi network
  • Be visible on Google Play
  • Have Location turned on your phone
  • Have Find My Device turned on

Steps to Reset Remotely

  • Take any phone or PC and open any browser.
  • After that, visit Google Find My Device.
  • Sign in using the Google(Gmail) log in credentials that are used on your Samsung phone.
  • After login, you can see three different options Play Sound, Secure device and Erase device.
  • Now Click on the Erase device option.
  • Next, you will see Erase all data menu.
  • Then tap on the Erase option.
  • Well done, You are successfully Reset your Samsung mobile remotely.

Reset From Settings Menu

  • First switch on your Samsung Galaxy A20s mobile.
  • After that, Go to Settings Menu.
  • Next, Tap on the General Management option.
  • Afterward, select the Reset option.
  • Tap on the Factory data reset option.
  • Afterward, scroll down and select the option Reset.
  • Next, enter your password, pin, or pattern.
  • In this step, select the Delete all option.
  • Reset done on your Samsung Galaxy A20s.

Samsung Galaxy A20s Reset Network Settings

  • First switch on your Samsung mobile.
  • After that, Go to Settings Menu.
  • Next, Tap on the System option.
  • Afterward, Select the Reset Wifi, Mobile & Bluetooth option.
  • Next, You will see the Reset settings option at the bottom of the screen.
  • Now Choose the option Reset settings.
  • And again select the Reset settings option.
  • Reset Network Settings done on your Samsung Galaxy A20s.

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