Hard reset is the method of resetting all your phone settings to factory default even locked. You need to enter galaxy S10 into recovery mode using hardware keys too hard reset Samsung Galaxy S10. This Galaxy S10 hard reset is useful to fix touchscreen not working or phone won’t turn on or black screen, running slow and other issues. Make sure back up & restore data before performing reset S10 to factory settings.
You can hard reset or factory reset Samsung Galaxy S10 without a password or bypass screen lock even locked. Follow the below-given step by step process to hard reset Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
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How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S10
You can reset a locked Samsung Galaxy S10 using power, volume and Bixby key in your device. Backup data to other devices before reset galaxy S10. Apply below-given settings to hard reset Galaxy S10.
Step 1: Switch off your Samsung Galaxy S10.
Step 2: Press and hold the Volume up, Bixby key and Power button at the same time.
When the Samsung logo appears on the screen, release the power key in your galaxy S10. After a few seconds, the android system recovery screen appears on your Samsung S10.
Step 3: Press the volume down button until wipe data/factory reset, after press the power button to select it.
Step 4: Press the volume down button until Yes select, then press the power button to start the reset process of resetting the galaxy S10.
Step 5: Press the volume down button up to the reboot system now and press the power button to restart your device.
Factory Reset the Galaxy S10 when phone turned on
Make sure to back up your important data before applying this setting.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Tap General management.
Step 3: Tap Reset.
Step 4: Tap Factory data reset.
Step 5: Tap Reset phone.
Now confirm your PIN number or pattern to unlock your device.
Step 6: Tap Delete all.
It will erase all your internal storage data and the third party downloaded apps from your Samsung Galaxy S10 device.
And that’s all. We hope this makes it clear how to hard reset Samsung Galaxy S10. If you have any kind of trouble, tell us in below comment box. Don’t forget to share it with others.