However, the data you have stored on the SIM card and SD card will remain intact. We recommend that before resetting your device you dedicate yourself to creating a backup copy of all the files that are important, either on the same device or on your PC. Then you must delete your accounts associated with the device.
There are several ways to do it, here we will explain the two easiest to do, one using the device buttons and the other, from the settings. Having said all this, we will tell you how to do it.
How to reset my Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus from the hardware
As we mentioned earlier, to reset my Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus from the hardware we are going to use the buttons that are on the sides of the device.
Start by pressing and holding the button to the right of the device to turn it off. Click on Turn off on the screen when this option appears.
The next thing will be to press the Volume (+), Bixby and the power button at the same time and for a few seconds , until it turns on again.
You will now see a series of options on your mobile screen. You must select ” wipe data / Factory reset” by sliding through the options with the volume buttons. When you have positioned yourself on this option, confirm with the power button.
Now you must scroll to Yes with the volume keys and confirm with the power button again. Now for the third and last time click on the ignition to restart your device.
Wait a few moments for the process to finish and your mobile device to turn on. Ready, you already have your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus reset from the hardware !
How to reset my Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus from the software
In this section we will explain how to reset my Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus from the software, that is, from the system settings (the explanation is as is on the same official page ). To do this, we are going to start by entering the Settings of the device.
Once inside, look for the General Administration section and click on it to enter its options. Once inside, position on Reset.
In this section, you will see a series of options to reset your device, including:
- Hola. To reset your custom settings without having to perform a factory reset and lose your stored data.
- Reset network settings. It returns to the configuration of all the factory default data connections and all the Wi-Fi networks, and the Bluetooth devices that you had saved, will be deleted.
- Reset accessibility settings. All the customizations that you have made in this section will return to the factory settings without losing any other information saved in the internal storage.
- Reset to defaults. To do a complete reset of the device and return to factory settings. All data from internal storage, synced accounts and downloaded apps is lost.
- Automatic restart. Your device will restart in an hour from the time you decide.
In this case we are interested in resetting our device, so we are going to opt for the fourth option: Reset default values. It will take you to a new screen with a list of applications available on your device. At the end of it, at the bottom, click on the blue Reset button.
Again it will take you to another screen, where it explains that all personal information and downloaded applications will be deleted. Click on Delete all . In case you have a screen lock password, it will ask you to enter it before continuing.
Ready, you already have your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus scanned from the simple and fast software !
Now, and in case you have a device from another range, you can go on to look for how to reset my Samsung Galaxy j4, j6, j8 and plus cell phone , or also the A series.