How to fix slow charging issues on Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is one of the best devices in terms of performance. It comes with a 3500 mAh battery which supports quick charging. Note 10 supports fast-charging up to 25W using USB Power Delivery 3.0. It supports type C cable which is the widely used charger type in budget Smartphones. It generally takes 60 – 90 minutes to charge your phone fully from 0 – 100% but due to certain reasons, the fast charging doesn’t work. If you own this model and having slow charging issues then check out the content below on how to fix slow charging issues on galaxy Note 10 where we are going to tell you the best ways to fix it.

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Check your charging cable

If you facing slow charging issues the faulty charging cable could be the culprit. You must check the charging cable if it is broken. The charging cable contains numerous tiny wires that help in fast charging if any of the tiny wires get broken then it will slow down your charging process. It is always recommended to use the original charging adapter and cable provided by Samsung.  The quality of a third-party fast charging cable is not as good as the one provided by the respective company. If your original charging cable is broken then you must replace it.

Optimize your battery and apps

Battery optimization must be done to optimize battery usage by different apps. This will help you to keep a check on the battery-draining apps. Certain unwanted apps always run in the background and drain your battery so battery optimization will help you to disable such apps.

To close running apps, press and hold Recent apps key which you can find in the bottom left corner and tap CLOSE ALL.

Update System software

This is the best way to fix your slow charging issue. Samsung regularly rolls out an update to fix various bugs and to bring new features and options. You can look for system updates in the Settings panel and choose software update. Then, click on Download updates manually. If there are any new updates, tap OK to download it.

Enable Fast Charging

Make sure that fast charging is enabled in your device. Follow the steps to enable fast charging:

  1. Go to settings.
  2. Tap on Device care
  3. Tap on Battery
  4. Tap on the three dots icon for more settings in the top right corner.
  5. Tap on Settings
  6. Toggle the switch on Fast cable charging.
  7. Switch off your device while charging

First of all, drain your battery completely and then charge it fully to 100% and note the time duration. If your battery gets fully charged as per the estimated fast charging time then the reason for slow charging must some bug, a third-party app or malware. Use the battery usage tool to look for an unknown application having higher battery use.

Master reset

If the problem persists then you must perform a factory data reset which will clear all the applications and data from your device. It is thus recommended to backup your data before performing a full data factory reset. To perform factory data reset follow the steps:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Go to General Management
  3. Find Reset > Factory data reset option
  4. Now tap on Reset > Delete All
  5. Provide your security pin, password or pattern and click on Confirm.

If the steps we shared here don’t work, contact Samsung or visit one of their stores nearby.