Hard resetting the Note 20 Ultra returns it to factory settings and removes all data from the smartphone. There will be no photos, apps, settings, or anything else you may have added to the smartphone once you started using it. You can back up before taking the hard reset and restore the data afterward if you wanted to keep the data. Many people try to troubleshoot their smartphone with a factory reset/hard reset, and restoring the data is just as common as not restoring it.
This tutorial demonstrates how to hard reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone.
Note 20 Ultra Hard Reset Pin
You can hard reset the Note 20 Ultra two ways: one from Settings and one from Recovery Mode. If you cannot get access to the PIN code, you need to hard reset via Recovery. Here is how to do both, starting with the Settings app:
1. With the Note 20 Ultra turned on, head to Settings > General Management.
2. Tap Reset > Factory data reset.
3. Tap Reset.
4. Tap Delete all.
Once the smartphone has been factory reset, the Android operating system will restart and you need to sign in to your Google account again. You can also restore your data from a backup if you want the old data back on the smartphone.
If you could not get access to the Settings menu, you need to hard reset via Recovery Mode instead. Here is how:
1. With the Note 20 Ultra turned off, press and hold Power + Volume Down.
2. When the screen is black, press and hold Power + Volume Up.
3. Release the Power button when you see the Samsung logo or screen change.
4. From Android Recovery, select Wipe data/factory reset.
5. Select Factory data reset.
6. Select Reboot system now.
Once again, wait for the Android operating system to boot up, and then sign in to your Google account and restore the data.
In conclusion, that is how to hard reset the Note 20 Ultra smartphone.