How do I reset my Galaxy Note 20 without the power button?
If your Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G is overloading and doesn’t react to any command, you need to restart it to free your memory. Don’t worry about restarting.
It doesn’t change or erase your data. Before restarting, don’t forget your PIN code of the SIM card or the password of your Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G.
If you are going to sell your device and don’t want anybody will see your data or if your device work slow, or you want to bypass screen lock, or you need to delete everything, you should make a factory reset.
Actually, before doing factory reset, erase all your accounts on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, especially Google account.
But modern smartphones have a Factory Reset Protection (FRP). It requests the same Google account or PIN with which the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra was initially configured.
If you don’t really want to erase the data from Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, you can restart it.
There are some methods for users.
How do I force reset my Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G?
There is a following tutorial of how to make a reset.
- Go to the settings menu of your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
- Go down the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra settings until you find the “General management”.
- Click “Advanced” to see the options of the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
- Then “Reset settings” appears. It resets the default settings. Then click “Factory data reset”.
- You can see all the data that will be removed from the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G. Go down and click the “Reset”. Then “Delete all”.
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G restarts, and it takes several minutes to return to its factory state.
Hard reset of Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G
Hard reset can help a user if normal factory reset can’t. There is a simple method for a hard reset.
Turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Please hold the power button for a few seconds to turn it off.
Press both the volume down and power keys for a few seconds in your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
Now you see the Samsung logo on a display of your phone.
You can go through the menu with the volume keys. Then you’ll see the “Recovery Mode”. Click the Recovery Mode.
When you clicked the Recovery Mode, use the volume keys to select the “wipe cache partition” and press the Power button to activate the option and clear the mobile cache.
You will see the previous screen. With the volume buttons, click the “wipe data / factory reset”. You’ll see a lot of NOes. Press a YES with the power key.
Click “reboot system now” and press the power key of your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra for a hard reset. Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra will reboot.
For more details check out the article How to reboot a Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G.
How to restart the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G if it is not responding?
If your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra can’t restart, you should turn it off and turn it on again.
To force a shutdown, hold the power key for some seconds until the Samsung logo appears on the screen of your device.
Another reason why the device doesn’t respond is a low battery. Therefore, connect the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G to its charger and try this method again.
If all these methods didn’t help your Samsung, go check the motherboard, memory, screen, the power button. Maybe they are damaged.
How do I turn off my Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra?
If you can’t shut off your Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra, look at my following tutorial.
Turn Off Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G
First of all, you should press and hold both the power button and volume key. Then tap power off. Check your device.
To learn more, read our new article – Itemized step-by-step instructions on how to turn off Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Turn On Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Or Note 20 Ultra
Press the power key till you see something on the screen. Then release it. Then tap your pin code.
How do you unfreeze a Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G?
Press and hold the volume down button and the power button for some time. This process helps to reboot your Samsung. When the logo shows on the screen, release buttons and just wait for a final reboot. Restart your device.
Hope, this guide will help you anyway with a hard reset method.