You do not have to be a hardcore modder to know how important it is to start the S10 either in recovery mode or in download mode. In fact, these pre-launch menus are something everyone should be familiar with. The former can help you get out of soft bricks, while the latter can flash firmware files with the help of utilities like Odin and Smart Switch firmware and fix your phone when all other solutions fail.
Just like the S9 and S8 before Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10 + have no physical home button. This means that you must enable recovery mode or download mode using a combination of Bixby, volume, and power buttons. The process is fairly straightforward and easy to master once you know the keyboard shortcuts for the two modes we will highlight below. Turn off your device. When you have completely shut down the device, press and hold the volume up and the Bixby buttons (the button just below the volume rocker). Press and then the on / off button.
After turning on the S1
From there, the blue screen will change to the recovery screen almost immediately if your device does not recognize commands or updates. Now you can perform important tasks related to applying updates via either ADB or SD card, clearing the device's cache, or resetting to factory defaults.
Booting When you switch S10 to download mode, you need to shut down the phone to get started. Then press and hold the volume up button together with the Bixby button, then press and hold the power button.
The phone immediately starts download mode, so release all three buttons. Press the volume up button again to confirm that you want to start the download mode. You can then flash firmware files or other software using Odin or Smart Switch.