How to Set And Reset APN Settings On Your Galaxy S10/Galaxy S10 Plus

The APN(Access Point Name) is the name of the settings used to set network related issues of your phone. These settings are also useful for Your Carriers like Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, O2, Vodafone and Other all company.

If your Samsung device will not access your Mobile Data or all apps works only on Wi-fi Networks, then you need to check a couple of settings you need to check on your device.

You need to change APN settings when you change the network. If you had set wrong APN settings or the network is incorrect, you won’t be able to use your internet through a data network.

Reset APN settings gives solutions for your Call Dropped, No Service or Disconnecting automatically, Sometimes Poor Network signal that slow down your Mobile Data or Turn off at some Geo-locations.

To reset your APN settings from Default, follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Go to settings, and open it.

Step 2: As it opens, tap on Connections.

Step 3: In connections, open Mobile Networks.

Step 4: In Mobile Networks, Tap Access Point Names.

Step 5: Click on more.

Step 6: Tap reset to default.

So by following this, you can reset your APN settings.

You mobile will reboot automatically and install new APN settings from your Mobile Carrier company. also, you can add manually as of recommended by your carrier company, for that you can ask to your carrier help desk on phone call, chat or Official website.

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