Today in this article I have come up with a guide on How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 5G & Unlock.
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The hard reset steps are very simple and straightforward with which you can easily reset your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
Also, if you have forgotten the pattern lock or password of your Samsung S10 5G, then don’t worry, I have given below two unlock methods by which you can unlock your phone, all you have to do is follow the complete guide.
What Is Reset?
Factory reset deletes all stored data on your Galaxy S10 5G and reverts it back to the default system settings. In other words, after doing a factory reset, it returns the device as if you boot your device for the first time.
It will clear whatever data is stored on your Galaxy S10 5G like contacts, photos, apps, videos, your application cache data.
Don’t worry, this won’t remove the device’s operating system (iOS, Android), but will return apps and settings to their original set.
Also, since resetting doesn’t harm your Galaxy device, you should do it at least once every six months.
Why would you want to reset your device?
The most common reason would be if you want to give away or sell your device to someone else.
Because you would absolutely not want any of your personal information to remain on the device.
Other reasons include:
- To clear your phone’s memory space.
- Fix a device slowing down or hanging issue.
- To fix phone constantly freezing issue.
- Speed up the performance of your phone.
Benefits of Resetting Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
By resetting your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, all junk files are deleted from your phone, and your Galaxy S10 5G is fully cleaned, so it does not even hang and work well.
Also, nowadays a lot of pop up ads are coming in the phone due to some virus. If you reset your phone, then you can get rid of unnecessary popup ads.
Using this method, your Galaxy S10 5G will be completely clean and like new condition, as well as all your settings will be back to default.
Demerits of Resetting Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
If you reset your Galaxy S10 5G, you will lose all your data (contacts, images, videos, installed applications). So before resetting your phone, you must keep the backup of your phone so that you can recover all your data later.
Before you reset your phone:
- The reset process requires a minimum of 50% battery, so fully charge your Samsung S10 5G, if your phone battery is low and you will perform the reset process then you may get stuck in the middle of this reset process.
- Make sure to Take Complete Backup of your Android Phone.
This video will give you a better understanding of how to back up a Samsung device:
Also, we have a guide on how to back up your android phone: How to Take Complete Backup Of Android Phone?
Some Key Specs of Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
Before proceeding to the post, let’s go through some of the key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G:
Three Easy Methods to Hard Reset (Factory Reset) Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
In this guide, I have shown you three easy ways to successfully hard reset the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. The reason behind sharing the three methods is that if one method fails you will have two more options to try.
Method 1: Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Using Settings Menu
The easiest way to reset the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is through the Settings menu. If you can access the phone content, you can perform a factory reset process using your device factory data reset menu.
To perform this process you will need to follow all the steps below so that you can easily store your phone Reset through the Settings menu.
- First, open the Settings Menu
- Then tap on General Management menu
- After selecting the appropriate options in the menu, tap Reset
- Now click on Factory Data Reset
- You will get a Reset Option again, you have to click on it, after that your screen lock will have to be verified.
- Then click on Delete All
- That’s it 🙂
- Your Galaxy S10 5G has been successfully factory reset.
After the factory reset process is complete, your Galaxy S10 5G will automatically restart and the first opening may be slightly longer than normal. When you come to the setup screen, you can log in to the Google account and skip the setup process.
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Method 2: Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Using Recovery Mode
The second way to reset the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is through recovery mode.
If you cannot access your phone contents and if you have forgotten pattern lock or screen lock, then you can reset your Galaxy S10 5G from the physical button and unlock your phone through recovery mode.
To do this process you have to follow all the steps given below so that you can easily reset your Samsung S10 5G through the recovery mode.
- First of all turn off the phone, to do this on your Galaxy S10 5G press and hold the Power button.
- Then when the phone is completely off, press Volume Up + Power buttons together for a few moments, and keep them pressed until you see the Samsung logo.
- Once you have entered into recovery mode, follow the bellow steps.
- Go to the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option via the Volume Down button and click the Power Button to confirm it.
- Now choose the factory data reset option from the menu and click on the power button.
- Then process is over, Go to Reboot System Now and confirm the press by the Power Button.
- That’s It 🙂
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Method 3: Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 5G using Google Find My Device
- First of all visit the Google Find My Device official website.
- Then Sign in with your Google account.
- Now you will get some options like Play Sound, Secure device & Erase device.
- You have to click on Erase device from those options.
- Then finally, Tap on the Erase Device option.
- That’s It 🙂
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After the factory reset process is complete, your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will automatically restart and the first opening may be slightly longer than normal.
When you come to the setup screen, you can log in to the Google account and skip the setup process.
Two Easy Ways to Unlock Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
In case you forgot the password or pattern lock of your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G?
So you can follow some of the methods mentioned below:
I have given two methods to unlock Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, it depends on you which method you choose.
Method 1: Unlock Samsung Galaxy S10 5G with Answering Security Questions
This method can help you if you want to reset your passwords without losing your data, and it will be possible if you have set up a security question under the Google account security.
- After several unsuccessful attempts, you will get the option of Forgot Pattern and Forgot PIN/Password on your phone, Click on it.
- Then tap on the ”Answer Questions” option.
- Now, enter the answers to the security questions according to you.
- If the answer you entered is correct, then your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be unlocked.
- Next, You will then be asked YES or NO whether you want to create a new PIN, password or pattern lock password for your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
- Select Yes option to create a new password or pattern lock for your device.
- That’s It 🙂
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Method 2: Unlock Samsung Galaxy S10 5G using your Google account
- After several unsuccessful attempts, you will get the option of Forgot Pattern and Forgot PIN/Password on your Galaxy S10 5G.
- Now, login to your Google Account by entering the details like your Username/Password.
- Next, click on the Sign-in button.
- That’s It 🙂 Your Samsung S10 5G will be unlocked.
So, I have shown you the complete guide on How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 5G & Unlock.
I hope you find this article useful and you are able to Reset your phone as well as unlock your Galaxy S10 5G.
Tell me 🙂 which method would you like to try first?
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