How To Factory Reset Galaxy A20

Entry-level devices like the Galaxy A20 always have a tendency to show performance issues after a few months of use. But it does not mean they’re defective or something. Most of the time, performance issues occur because these devices easily run out of storage space. That’s why you should know how to factory reset Galaxy A20 just in case you’ll encounter similar issues in the future.

A factory reset is especially effective if the phone has some issues with its performance, regardless of whether it’s caused by some firmware or app problems. You can always rely on a factory reset to bring your phone back to the way it was when you first set it up.

In this post, I’m gonna show you how to do it every step of the way because even if you have no issue with your device but you noticed that it has become so slow, you can always do this procedure. So, read on!

How To Factory Reset A Galaxy A20

Time Needed : 5 minutes

Before you actually reset your phone, make sure to create a copy of your important files and data as they will be deleted and you may not be able to recover them if that happens. To reset your Galaxy A20, follow these steps:

  1. Pull the app drawer up and tap Settings.

    You can also access Settings by swiping down from the top of the screen and tapping the gear icon.
    factory reset galaxy a20 settings

  2. Find General management and tap on it.

    You will have to scroll all the way down to see it.
    factory reset galaxy a20 general management

  3. Tap Reset.

    This will show you the different types of resets you can do on your Galaxy A20.
    factory reset galaxy a20 reset

  4. Touch Factory data reset.

    This deletes all your personal files and data but as long as you’ve spent a little time creating a backup of the things you don’t want to lose, then you don’t have to worry.
    factory reset galaxy a20 factory data reset

  5. Tap the Reset button.

    You will have to scroll all the way down to find it. After doing this, you may be prompted to enter your security lock or code, so do so to proceed.
    factory reset galaxy a20 factory data reset button

  6. Lastly, tap Delete all to reset your phone.

    This is the final step and your Galaxy A20 will proceed with the reset. When finished, it will reboot before prompting you to set it up again.
    factory reset galaxy a20 delete all

  • Android 9
  • Galaxy A20

And that’s how to factory reset Galaxy A20. After the reset though, you may restore your data or set it up as a new device.

Some FAQs On Galaxy A20 Reset

Will factory reset delete my photos, too?

Yes! All your pictures and videos that are stored in your phone’s storage (not on the SD card) will be deleted. That’s why before the reset, take a little time in copying them to your SD card or downloading them to a computer. You may also upload them to the cloud so you can just access them whenever necessary.

Will the factory reset protection be triggered if I did this?

No. Only when you reset your phone through the recovery mode that the Factory Reset Protection be triggered. If you’re resetting your phone through the Settings menu, it follows that you know the security lock or passcode. That’s the reason why FRP isn’t triggered with this method.

Is factory reset good for the phone?

Yes! It brings your device back to its out-of-the-box configuration free of third-party apps, files and data. Needless to say, it would seem like new.

And that’s pretty much it, guys.

I hope that we’ve been able to show you how to Factory Reset Galaxy A20 through this post.

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