If your Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ randomly reboots, restarts, or power off without restarting, here are the solutions to fix Galaxy Note 10 plus keeps restarting issues. You’ll try to check for android updates, app updates, firmware or any third party apps causing the issue. Also, check your device storage is not full if full then clear space in your device. You need to enter your galaxy Note 10 plus into recovery mode to wipe cache/factory reset your device.
Annoying by Samsung Note 10+ rebooting constantly? Follow below given different troubleshooting methods to fix Galaxy Note 10 keeps restarting.
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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Randomly Restarts
Try below given two possible solutions to fix the Samsung phone keep shutting off randomly itself.
Press and hold the power button and volume down button 15-20 seconds until reboot your phone automatically.
Enable Safe Mode
Turn on safe mode Note 10+ to find the app that causing the issue.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen.
Step 2: Tap Power icon.
Step 3: Touch & hold the power off button.
Step 4: Now safe mode icon appears at the bottom left of the screen.
Now disable all third-party apps while activating safe mode in your galaxy Note 10+. Check your device rebooting itself, if the problem goes in safe mode, a third party downloaded app is causing the issue. To find the app, first of all, exit safe mode to reboot your phone.
Now one by one uninstall recently installed apps. Once you find the app, uninstall it. You can reinstall the other apps that you removed. If the problem doesn’t solve, apply below given method.
Factory Reset Samsung Note 10+
Step 1: Powered off your Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
Step 2: Tap & hold the volume down button & power button at the same time until the Samsung logo appears on the screen then release the power button.
Use volume buttons to highlight the option and power button to confirm it.
Step 3: Press the volume down button until select android system recovery mode and press the power button to confirm.
Step 4: Press the volume down button until highlight wipe data/factory reset and press the power button to apply.
Step 5: Press the volume down button to select Yes, press power button.
Wait until your phone screen wakes up.
Step 6: Press the volume down button until select reboot system now and tap the Power button.
This will delete all your phone data including Samsung account, Google account, internal storage, photos, videos, music, downloaded apps and more.
And that’s it. I hope one of the above-given methods useful to fix Galaxy Note 10 plus keeps restarting. Do you have any other tips you want to share? Have you been applying them already? Let us know in the below comment box.