Hard Reset Huawei P20 Pro – Unlock When Forgot Password

You can easily Hard reset your Huawei P20 Pro android mobile here. You can unlock it also if you forgot your password, but you may lose some data.


Reset deletes all your mobile data like media files, Contacts, Apps, and settings, etc. So before Factory Reset backup all your data.

    Hard Reset

You will not recover your files after Hard reset Huawei P20 Pro. So Backup Android device data before formatting your mobile.

  • Switch off your phone.
  • Then, Press and Hold
    1. Volume Up + Power button
  • Release both the buttons when you see Huawei Logo.

  • Next, select option: “Clear data” using Volume Buttons, and Power button to confirm the operation.

  • After that, choose the option “Factory reset” with Volume Buttons, to select and Power button to accept.


  • Finally, type in using your keypad “yes” and Select “Factory Reset ”. 

  • Finally, a Hard reset is done on your mobile.

After Reset, Restore Android data to your mobile.


Factory Reset

You can make your settings to factory defaults. The factory reset will erase all your data. So Backup Android device data before formatting your mobile.

To perform a mobile factory data reset using the Settings menu, follow Below Simple steps:

  • First, Open the Settings menu, On your mobile device.
  • Then, select the “System & updates Option. 

  • Next, Under “System & updates,” touch Reset.

  • Next, read the information on the screen and touch the “Reset phone” option.

  • If you have a screen lock, you will need to enter your  PIN, pattern, or password.
  • Then after, When prompted, touch Erase everything Option to erase or delete all data from your mobile device’s internal storage.

erase Everything

  • Finally, When your device has finished formatting, select the option to reboot your device.
  • Factory reset done on your mobile.

After Reset, Restore Android data to your mobile.



Why Need to Perform Factory Reset

Common reasons to perform a factory reset or hard reset :

  • To fix a malfunctioning electronic device (Like mobile or tablet etc).
  • To remove a file or app or virus that is difficult to remove on your device.
  • To clear or remove the memory space on the electronic device.
  • To clear or delete the configuration and settings of the electronic device to the factory default settings.
  • To remove or delete personal information from the device before selling or giving away the device.

Note: A factory reset or hard reset or password reset may only hide data from the Operating System (OS ), So it appears it no longer exists. This is not the same effect as data deletion or formatting(Removing),  and may not, therefore, be wholly suitable in situations where the Electronic device changes ownership


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