How To Restart, Reset & Factory Data Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 10?

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If you are trying to Restart, Reset, or Factory Data Reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 10, then in this post, I am going to tell you how you can Restart, Reset & Factory Data Reset a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphone.

How To Restart, Reset & Factory Data Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 10

How To Restart Samsung Galaxy Note 10?

Restart, also known as soft reset, it can let you fix frozen, unresponsive, and other related issues with your phone.

Method 1

  • Press the power button for a few seconds
  • Tap Restart
  • Wait till it finishes the restart process

Method 2

  • Tap & hold the Bixby/Power and Volume down for around 45 seconds to start the restart process
  • Wait till it finishes the restart process

How To Reset Settings In Samsung Galaxy Note 10?

By resetting your phone, you can reset your phone settings to default. If you are facing any issues and thinking to factory data reset your phone, then I will suggest you first try to reset settings.

  • Go to your phone settings
  • Tap General Management
  • Tap Reset
  • Tap Reset Settings
  • If you have set up the pin, then I will require to input the pin
  • Tap Reset Settings again
  • You are done; just wait till it finishes the reset settings process

Note: Resetting setting just sets your setting to default, it doesn’t delete any of your data such as contact, email accounts, system and app data, downloaded apps, media, etc.

How To Factory Data Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 10?

Note: Before factory data reset your phone, please take the backup of your phone data because performing the factory data reset will erase your Contacts, Email accounts, System & app data, app settings, downloaded apps, music, pictures, and videos, etc.

Method 1: When Your Phone Is Powered On

  • Go to your phone settings
  • Tap General Management
  • Tap Reset
  • Tap Factory Data Reset
  • If you have set up the pin, then I will require to input the pin
  • Click Delete All
  • You are done, just wait till it finishes the Factory Data Reset process

Method 2: When Your Phone Is Not Powering On And Unresponsive

  • Press and hold the Volume Up & Power buttons for around 30 seconds
  • After around 30 seconds, your phone will vibrate and will show you the Android Recovery screen
  • Use your volume button to go to different options, and tap Wipe Data/Factory Reset
  • Choose Yes, and wait till it finishes the process
  • Then choose Reboot System Now

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Rahul Choudhary

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