Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with 12GB RAM and 1TB of internal storage has now become more powerful than most desktop PCs. But sometimes the phone can misbehave and you need to enter into Bootloader mode to do Hard Reset and to stay protected from potential threats. But entering Bootloader Mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus can be a bit tricky and a lot of users have no idea how to do it. Bootloader mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus can be used to perform various low level operations like Hard Reset or use Odin to force flash a new system image, etc.
Why Should You Enter Bootloader Mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?
- Doing a Hard Reset: If the phone is acting sluggish and you can’t seem to get rid of it, you can do a Hard Reset to reset the settings back to their defaults
- Get OTA Updates: If you don’t have a stable data connection and the OTA update is not available, then you need to enter the bootloader mode in order to force flash the OTA
- Restore Stock OS: If you’ve installed a custom ROM, you might have problems in the future with Samsung’s official updates and so it’s important to be able to go back to the stock OS in case of any problems.
How to Boot into Bootloader Mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus (12GB RAM 1TB)
Turn of your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and press the Volume + button and the Power Button at the same time.
Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will turn on but the display won’t show anything, keep the buttons pressed.
You will then see an Android logo with the warning triangle icon appearing on your screen. Now, press the Power button thrice and then long press the Volume + key.
You will now enter the Bootloader mode of your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, where you can perform system level operations.
Entering Bootloader mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus can be tricky but once you enter it, you will have access to functionality that allows you to perform various low level operations like Hard Reset or use Odin to force flash a new system image, etc. Be careful about using the Bootloader Mode because it can lead to permanent damage to the hardware of your device if used improperly.