If you’re the proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy S10e, you know how powerful the device is. But the numerous features of the device can cause it to crash or slow down, making it difficult or even impossible to use. The most efficient way to restore your Samsung Galaxy S10e’s performance is to Soft Reset it, which will return it to factory settings without deleting any data. In this guide, we’ll show you how to do it.
Why Should You Soft Reset Your Samsung Galaxy S10e
If your Samsung Galaxy S10e is having trouble running most of its apps, it might be time to perform a soft reset. The Galaxy S10e’s Soft Reset is an efficient way to preserve your data while fixing performance issues. Here are some of the main benefits to Soft Resetting your device:
- Eliminates any software-related issues
- Improves battery efficiency
- Frees up any memory that was previously occupied by apps
- Improves performance
- Keeps all of your data intact
How to Soft Reset Your Samsung Galaxy S10e
To Soft Reset your Samsung Galaxy S10e, you’ll need to use the Power and Volume Down buttons. Here is a step-by-step guide to Soft Resetting your device:
Step 1: Turn Off Your Device
First, press and hold the Power button to turn off your device.
Step 2: Hold The Power and Volume Down Keys
Once the device is off, press and hold the Volume Down key and Power buttons together until the device turns back on.
Step 3: Select Wipe Data/Factory Reset
As you keep holding the Volume Down and the Power keys, you will now see the recovery menu appear on your screen. On the recovery menu, you will now see four options. Move to the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option by using the Volume Down key. Once you have selected the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option, press the Power button to confirm the selection.
Step 4: Confirm Your Selection
On the next page, you will now see the ‘Delete All User Data’ option. Using the Volume Down key, move the cursor to this option and press the Power button to confirm the selection.
Step 5: Wait For The Process To Finish
The Soft Reset process will now start, and you will see a progress bar scrolling across the display. Once the Soft Reset process is complete, you will now see the reboot system now option on the recovery menu.
Step 6: Reboot Your Device
Using the Power Button, select this option to reboot your device. Your Samsung Galaxy S10e will now reboot, and you can start using it with a much improved performance.