Most of the problems you have with your Galaxy S10 can be solved by simply resetting it. However, there are different types of problems. If your phone is frozen and it does not respond, you should do a soft reset to see if you can get it up and running again. If you've decided to sell your Galaxy S1
How to Perform a Soft Reset of a Galaxy S10
A soft reset is your first port of call if you have problems with your phone Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, or S10e. If you reset your phone with a soft reset, you simply have to turn it off and then on again. There is no data loss, so there is no real risk. If your S10 screen is frozen, does not respond to touch, or is unusually sluggish, you should perform a soft reset. So it goes:
- Hold down the keys Power and simultaneously and hold them down for a few seconds.
- When your Galaxy S10 restarts, you can let go.
If your problems persist even after a soft reset. Then you should check our common problems with the Galaxy S10 and possible solutions. If nothing works, you may need to try a factory reset.
Resetting the Galaxy S10 to Factory Defaults
Resetting to factory defaults can resolve more serious or serious issues, but will completely erase your phone. This means you will lose all messages, photos, contacts, apps, and everything else on your phone if you do not back them up first. You should also reset your S10 before selling or pass it on to someone else. After resetting to factory settings, your phone will revert to the state it was in when it was first removed from the box.
See > Settings> Accounts and Backup> Backup and Restore and Options Are Displayed My Data Back Up and Automatic Restore . If you are sure that you have backed up everything you do not want to lose, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings> Backup and Reset> Reset to Factory Condition .
- Scroll Tap Reset .
- Enter your PIN or password.
- Touch . Delete all .
When you're done, you can rebuild the backup or restore your backup. If you've done the factory settings to fix a problem, it's best to test if your issue is resolved before restoring your backed up files and reinstalling apps and games.
Factory Reset Protection
If you are reselling or reselling your Galaxy S10, you should disable Factory Reset Protection protection prior to factory reset. Otherwise, you'll be asked to enter your Google Account details to get into the phone. This is a safety measure to deter thieves. Disabling is easy:
Go to Settings> Accounts & Backup> Accounts> Google> Remove Account confirm and tap Remove Account again.
Resetting to factory defaults on a non-responsive Galaxy S10
What if you want to reset your Galaxy S10 to factory settings but the touch screen does not respond? Do not worry, you can do it with the hardware keys. Remember that you lose everything that is not secured. To reset the device to factory settings using the buttons:
- Press and hold the Power button until the Galaxy S10 turns off.
- Hold down and . Bixby buttons simultaneously press and hold the Power button.
- If you see the green Android logo, you can release all the buttons.
- Use the Volume buttons to navigate up and down and highlight the Delete / Factory Reset option.
- Press the key to select it.
- Well, you & # 39; I want to press . Decrease volume to mark option . Yes – delete all user data .
- Press . to select them.
- After resetting is complete, Reboot System Now should be highlighted, and you can press the Power button to reboot your S10.