Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is a phone that comes with great specs and design, and as expected – it’s pricey. When you get a phone as great as this one is, you expect it to run without any issues at all times. But, no matter how great the phone and its specs are, you may stumble upon a bug or issue. One of the easiest ways to troubleshoot the device in such cases is by performing a soft reset. And here, we are going to show you how to do just that. Here is how to soft reset Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.
When to perform a soft reset
We should mention that restart, reboot, soft reset, etc. all basically mean the same thing – cycling its power state. It is advisable to restart your phone every few days because it will close the processes that run in the background, it will boost the memory and the phone will perform better. Also, when you are experiencing some issues, a restart is always a good idea.
How to soft reset Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
There are two ways to perform a soft reset. When the phone isn’t frozen, you simply press and hold the Power button. When you see the Restart option, tap on it. Your device will reboot. That’s it.
But, there is another method that comes handy when the phone is frozen and responsive. Since the majority of phones these days come with unremovable battery, a soft reset serves as a simulated battery removal.
Here is how to software reset your device with hardware keys:
- Press and hold the Power button and the Volume down button at the same time
- Keep holding the buttons until the screen powers off
- Wait for a couple more seconds as the phone restarts.
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