The best way to restore your Samsung Galaxy S20 to its factory default settings is to perform a hard reset.
Important to know that a Samsung Galaxy S20 Hard Reset will erase all data, apps and settings. To prevent data loss, you should back up the Galaxy S20. To back up your Galaxy S20 data, go to Settings > Backup & Reset.
How to Reset a Samsung Galaxy S20 Hard:
- Turn off Galaxy S20
- Hold the button down while simultaneously pressing Volume Up + Home button + power button until you see the Samsung logo.
- Next, select Recovery Mode menu “wipe Data / Factory Reset” by using Volume buttons to navigate. Finally, press Power button to confirm.
- To confirm, select “Yes — delete all user information”
- Select the option “Reboot system now” after that.
Hard Resetting a Samsung Galaxy S20: Method 2:
- The Galaxy S20 is on!
- After you have reached the Home Screen, go to Menu and then to Settings.
- Select Reset device and select Backup & reset.
- Select “Erase all” to confirm your selection.