How To Reset Forgotten Password/Pattern On Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, S10e

So the problem is you have forgotten the password of your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, but the issue is all your important files, data, media, etc. So we are here with the solution to reset forgotten password of your device, but in this process, your data, media, files, and documents will be lost.

The method of Resetting forgotten password is known as Master Reset Samsung S10, in this method, your all memory is cleared, and the settings are changed to default. You can also apply this method with the issues when no notifications have been displayed. This technique is old but for all the smartphone this is only a way. Because of your security password on the lock screen or pattern the only store on your device memory locally, So you can only reset or remove from the settings app only. But you can online forget or recover your Samsung account or Google Password.

How to Remove lock screen password on Galaxy S10 Galaxy S10 Plus and S10e

Follow The Steps to Reset Forgotten Password or Pattern

Step 1: Power off your Samsung S10.

Step 2: Hold on Bixby Button, Power Button, and Upper Volume Button together.

Step 3: Hold on the Buttons until Android Logo is Displayed on the screen, and leave the Buttons as the logo appears on the screen.

Step 4: After these, various options will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5: You can use these options by Volume Up and Volume Down keys.

Step 6: Hold the Volume Down Key until the Factory Reset/ Wipe Data is displayed.

Step 7: Hold Power Key to choose Wipe Data/ Factory Reset.

Step 8: a Factory reset will take a short period for completion.

Step 9: Confirm Master Reset by selecting Reboot System Now option.

Step 10: Now Again hold the Power Key and allow your device to Reboot.

Now, after your device restarts, you will have to set up everything again, like how you have set up for the first time. Now your Galaxy mobile is like a new and Your Can restore Data from the back when your setup after Erase the device from the root.

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