How to ‘soft’ reset a Samsung Galaxy S10, or reset it to its factory settings

June 10, 2019

Galaxy S10

You can soft reset your Samsung Galaxy S10 phone to fix minor issues with the device — this turns the phone off and back on again.
To perform a soft reset on your Galaxy S10, press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons.
You can also perform a factory reset to erase all apps and data from your Galaxy S10. You can do that using the Settings menu or by pressing three buttons at once on the phone.
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Despite its compact size, your Samsung Galaxy S10 is a sophisticated computer. And like any computer, it sometimes experiences problems that can be resolved with a reboot or a reset.

There are a few ways to reset your S10. If you are having a problem with your phone, you should start with what is commonly called a “soft” reset — basically, just turn it off and turn it back on again. If a soft reset doesn’t solve your problem, though, and all other troubleshooting fails as well, you might want to perform a factory reset.

A factory reset will completely remove your data and apps, returning the Galaxy S10 to its original factory condition. You should also perform a factory reset if you are selling the phone, or giving it to someone else.

How to ‘soft’ reset a Samsung Galaxy S10

1. Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously for several seconds until the display goes black.

2. Continue holding the buttons down until you see the Samsung Galaxy logo appear. Then let go and let the phone restart.

How to perform a factory reset on a Galaxy S10

1. Open the Settings app.

2. Tap “General management” and then tap “Reset.”

3. Tap “Factory reset data.”

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Source:: Business Insider

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