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How to Factory Reset Galaxy Note 20 Ultra/Note 20/Note 10 Plus/Note10

Last Updated on August 29, 2022 by Bestusefultips

Do you want to delete everything from your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra? Here’s how to factory reset galaxy Note 20 Ultra/Note 20/Note 10 Plus/Note 10. This factory reset Samsung phone will remove all your data, including your Samsung account, Google account, third-party apps, pictures, videos, etc. Make sure to back up your data before hard reset or factory reset Samsung Note series. You can use recovery mode settings to wipe data/factory reset your Samsung Galaxy to fix several Samsung issues like unresponsive touch screen, black screen of death, phone won’t turn on or power on, frozen screen, stuck on Samsung logo, etc.

How to Factory Reset Samsung Without Password

How to factory reset Samsung Note 10

Two ways to Samsung factory reset, one is phone settings, and another is to enter your Samsung Galaxy Note into recovery mode. Let’s see one by one method.

Factory Reset Samsung Note using Phone Settings

Make sure to back up your necessary data safely. It will remove all your phone data.

Step 1: Swipe down at the top to open the notification panel and tap on the Settings icon.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on General Management.

Step 3: Tap on Reset.

Step 4: Tap on Factory data reset.

Step 5: Scroll down and tap on Reset.

Now unlock your Samsung device.

Step 6: Tap on Erase all data.

How to Hard Reset my Samsung Galaxy Note using Recovery Mode

If your Galaxy Note won’t respond or won’t turn on, you’ll try this factory reset method to fix problems.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap on the Power button

Step 2: Tap on Power off. Tap on Power off again to turn off your Samsung series.

Step 3: Tap & hold power and volume up buttons at the same time to enter into the recovery menu.

Step 4: Press the volume down key to select the wipe data/factory reset.

Step 5: Press the Power key

This message view on the screen: Wipe all user data? This cannot be undone.

Step 6: Press the volume down key to select the Factory data reset.

Step 7: Press the Power key to apply.

Wait until complete the wipe cache process. 

Step 8: Press the Power key to reboot the system now.

Wait until reboot your Samsung Note for several minutes. You’ll see your phone reset to factory default settings. Now set up your device again and download third-party apps from the play store or Samsung store.

Frequently Asked Question:

Does a Factory Reset Delete Everything Samsung?

Factory reset Samsung will delete all your phone data, including your Samsung account, Google account, pictures, videos, system app settings, third-party apps, music, and other user data. Please, back up your necessary data before performing a factory reset. 

Can you Recover Data after Factory Reset on Samsung without Backup?

Once you perform a factory reset, you’re all data permanently removed from your phone. You can recover data after factory resetting your Samsung or Android device using android data recovery tools (DroidKit). Using this tool, you can easily back up the deleted data on your Samsung Galaxy.

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