Samsung Galaxy Note 10 offers the most amazing experience, but we can’t say it’s perfect. It is simply because like any other smartphone out there, it may have some issues from time to time. When speaking of smartphone issues, we can all agree that those related to mobile data, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi are among the most common ones. One of the things that may fix that type of issue is pretty simple. You can reset network settings on your device, and chances are that everything will go back to normal. Here, we are going to share a quick tutorial on how to reset network settings on Note 10.
If you are not sure what will this to do your phone, it is simple. It will restore all the network settings to factory defaults. It includes mobile data settings, Bluetooth settings, and Wi-Fi settings. You should keep in mind that once you do this, all the passwords you have previously entered will be cleared. For instance, if your device was connected to a Wi-Fi network and you added the password for the network in order to connect, you will have to do it all over again.
How to reset network settings on Note 10
Here is how to reset network settings on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10:
- Go to Settings > General management
- Tap Reset
- Now tap Reset network settings
- Tap settings
- If needed, enter your PIN, password, or pattern
- Review the info, and then tap Reset.
That’s it. The network settings are now restored to factory defaults.
While this may require a bit more work from your end because you will have to pair Bluetooth devices all over again, or connect to Wi-Fi networks and adjust other settings according to your preferences, it is worth it.