Finally, we have got our hands on the latest flagships from the South Korean Giant – Samsung. Just as boasted by the company and expected by the tech freaks, the latest flagship phones are really futuristic. They, in addition to packing next level, almost bezel-less large Infinity Displays, have got tons of amazing features under their hood. All these devices come with the latest processors and chips and hosts the RAMs up to 12 GB, depending upon the variant models.
Guide To Force Restart Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
Same goes with the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus that comes around with the top notch features and processor, allowing the users to enjoy next level Android experience like never before. Unlike its predecessor, the phone has got tons of tweaks and improvements that when coupled with power pack performance. The Galaxy S10 Plus ships with Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 855 chip, while in most other places around the world it features Samsung’s own Exynos 9820 chip. Both the variants are octa-core, are paired with 8GB of RAM (12GB in the Ultimate Performance Edition) and provide plenty of grunt.
However, even after having the best specs and features, this doesn’t mean your smartphone won’t run into any issues at all. You might run into app crash or frozen device issues at times, that will completely refrain you from performing your tasks. So what would you do in such cases?
Fortunately, the latest Samsung devices come with a built-in kill switch that will help you restart your devices in such situations. So want to know how you can force shutdown your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus while it is not working? Read on to know.
How to Force Restart Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus While it is Not Responding?
Thanks to the built-in kill switch that will help you to force shutdown and restart your Samsung Galaxy S10 phone, while it is not responding. This switch works by pressing a particular combination of buttons, all at the same time in order to force the S10’s system to restart. Here’s how to do this:
- Press “Power + Volume Down” button simultaneously and hold it until the screen turns off. You might need to hold both the buttons for a few seconds, depending on the type of issue, your phone is facing.
- It will take 7 or more seconds to shut down and restart automatically.
- If the device doesn’t turn on automatically and the screen turns and stays black, you need to keep the Power and Volume Down buttons holding up until you feel the vibration.
No matter which model of the Samsung Galaxy S10 you are using, this process will help you to force restart your smartphone and your phone will work just fine, after that. If it doesn’t, you need to get your phone checked to see what error is causing the trouble.
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