Here’s how to factory reset Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G. A factory data reset will reset your phone to its default factory settings. All data will be erased from the phone including personal information, files, and downloaded apps. Ensure backed up data before resetting your Galaxy S20 FE. Data that has been backed up to the SD card won’t be erased. You can perform hard reset or factory reset your S20 FE if the phone locked, won’t power on, black screen of death, and other issues. Also, hard reset Samsung S20 FE using hardware buttons if touch screen unresponsive.
How to Factory Data Reset Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
Step 1: Swipe down the notification tray from the top and click on the “Settings gear” icon.
Step 2: Scroll down and touch on “General management”.
Step 3: Touch “Reset”.
Step 4: Touch on “Factory data reset”.
Step 5: Scroll and touch the “Reset” button.
Step 6: Enter your “Current PIN/Password or Pattern lock” and touch “Next”.
Step 7: Touch “Delete all”.
Step 8: “Enter the password” of your Samsung account if you have added in your device.
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How to Reset Galaxy S20 FE Using Hardware Buttons
Step 1: “Power off” your Samsung S20 FE.
Step 2: “Holding the power and volume down key together” until the Samsung logo is appeared, release the buttons.
Step 3: Use the volume down button until reach the “Recovery Mode” and press the power key to enter into recovery mode.
Step 4: Press the volume down button until reach the “Wipe data/Factory reset” and press the Power button to apply.
Step 5: Press the volume down key to select the “Yes” and press the Power key again to access.
Step 6: Wait until completing the process, use the volume up key until reaching the “Reboot system now” and press the power button
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