How to Hard Reset Galaxy S20 FE

Here’s how to hard reset Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G. When you wipe data/factory reset Galaxy S20 FE using recovery mode, it will remove all your Samsung phone data like Google account, Samsung account, third party apps, pictures, videos, and more. Before resetting Galaxy S20 FE, back up & restore your important data to another phone or PC. If your phone is reset, you may need to enter your Google account email and password related to your Samsung device to use it again. You can reset your Samsung S20 FE without password or PIN, unresponsive, reboot again, won’t power on, and other issues.

How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G

How to Hard Reset Galaxy S20 FE

Step 1: “Switch off” your Galaxy S20 FE 5G.

Step 2:Holding the power and volume button together” until the Samsung logo is appeared, release the buttons.

If you already reach the recovery mode when holding the power & volume up buttons, skip step 3 in your Samsung devices.

Step 3: Use the volume down button until view the “Recovery Mode” and press the power key to boot into recovery mode.

Step 4: Press the volume down button until view the “Wipe data/Factory reset” and press the Power button to access it.

Step 5: Press the volume down button to select “Factory data reset” and press the Power key to apply.

Wait until wiping the data or formatting the data in your Samsung S20 FE 5G devices.

Step 6: Automatically select the “Reboot system now” after wiping the data. Press the power button to power on your phone.

You can see reset default phone settings in your Galaxy S20 FE. You need to download third-party apps again, set up a screen lock and other settings again on your device.

Check Also: How to Screen Record in Galaxy S20 FE

How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Using Phone Settings

Step 1: Pull down the notification tray at the top and touch the “Settings gear (Cog)” icon.

Step 2: Scroll up to the bottom and touch “General management”.

Step 3: Touch on “Reset”.

Step 4: Touch on “Factory data reset”.

Step 5: Scroll down and touch on the “Reset” button.

Step 6: Enter your “Current screen lock” if set.

Step 7: Touch on “Delete all”.

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