To perform a factory reset on the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra, go to Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory data reset and tap Reset and Delete all. Alternatively, you can use hardware keys to perform a factory reset by pressing the Volume Down and Power buttons until the display is dark, then holding down the Power key until the Recovery mode appears, then selecting Wipe data/factory reset and confirming with the Power key.
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Tap Settings icon from the home screen.
Tap on General management.
Tap Factory Data Reset: At this point, the Android OS will tell you that all data will be erased from your phone.
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