If you’re looking to reset your Note 20 Ultra without a password, there are a few different ways that you can do this. One way is to use the built-in “Factory Reset” option within the Settings menu. To access this, simply go to Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory data reset. Once you select this option, all of your personal data and files will be erased from the device.
Another way to reset your Note 20 Ultra without a password is by using Samsung’s “Smart Switch” software. This program allows you to backup and restore your device, as well as perform a factory reset. To use Smart Switch, simply connect your Note 20 Ultra to your computer via USB and then launch the program. Once it’s open, click on the “Backup” tab and then select “Factory Reset.”
If you’re unable to reset your Note 20 Ultra using either of these methods, you can always perform a hard reset by pressing and holding the power button + volume up button + Bixby button simultaneously. This will force your device to reboot and all of your personal data will be erased in the process.