If your Samsung S10 plus is not working or appears to slow its best you do a factory reset. once again may also want to do a factory reset if your planning to sell your phone or pass it on to a family member as I tend too. Performing a factory reset will put your phone back to its original settings. Sometimes performing a rest can fix any problems you may have with your phone. Make sure you back up your data as it will all be wiped. Now let’s show you how to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
Guide to Factory Reset Galaxy S10 Plus
Ensure you’ve backed up all your data before you perform a factory reset. Any information deleted after the reset may not be retrievable.
- Go to the home screen swipe up to open the app menu
- Click on Settings > Accounts and Backup> Backup and Restore.
- Tap the following Back up my data.
- Once the back up is complete click the back button at the boom of the screen until you get to the Settings screen.
- Now Tap on General > Reset > Factory data reset.
- Scroll down to the bottom of your screen Reset > Delete All.
- You may need to enter your security credentials if your screen lock is on.
- It may ask you to enter your Samsung account password enter and continue.
- Wait for the device to reset.
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