how to hard reset samsung galaxy A10, A10e, A10s

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For Samsung Galaxy A10, A10e, and A10s, you can perform a hard reset by following these steps:

1. Turn off your device.

2. Press and hold the Volume Up, Power, and Home buttons at the same time.

3. When you see the Android logo, release all three buttons.

4. You will then see the Android system recovery menu.

5. Use the Volume Down button to navigate to “wipe data/factory reset” and press the Power button to select it.

6. On the next screen, select “Yes – delete all user data”.

7. When the hard reset is complete, select “Reboot system now”. Your device will then reboot and be restored to its factory settings.

how to factory reset samsung A10 by using the menu

1. Open the Settings app on your Samsung A10.

2. Scroll down and select Backup and Reset.

3. Select Factory Data Reset.

4. Read the warning message and select Reset Device.

5. Select the Erase Everything option to confirm the reset.

Your Samsung A10 will now reset itself to its original factory settings.

how to hard reset samsung A10 by using buttons

1. Power off your Samsung Galaxy A10.

2. Press and hold down the Volume Up button and the Power button simultaneously.

3. When the logo appears, release both buttons and wait for the phone to enter Recovery Mode.

4. Using the Volume buttons to navigate, select the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option.

5. Select Yes using the Power button to confirm your selection.

6. Wait for the phone to reset. Once the reset is complete, select Reboot System Now.

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7. Your phone will now reboot in normal mode.

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