If your Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera is acting up and it randomly crashes, then you should check the info below in order to learn how to fix your device's problems.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera app might fail from a number of reasons, and we hope that you will find a solution for the problems your device is experiencing. Below you will find tons of methods and instructions on how you can fix the camera problems for your device.

How to Get Rid of "Camera has Stopped" Bug for Galaxy S10:

If your Camera app crashes or it shows various errors when you launch it, then you should be able to fix it yourself without needing a professional. However, if you are only a basic Android user, then you might want to get help from an advanced user.

Usually when there is a firmware problem with an Android device such as the Galaxy S10 you will end up needing to factory reset the device. The 'factory reset' steps are listed at the end of the tutorial, and you should only apply after you've exhausted all the other solutions.

Force Stop Camera App and Reboot Phone:

The first thing that you need to try is to force stop the Camera app: go to Settings> Apps> open the Camera app menu and tap the "force stop" option.

Launch the Camera app again and verify the functionality. If the app continues to malfunction, then you should reboot the phone and then "force stop" the application once again.

Boot Galaxy S10 in Safe Mode and Launch Camera App:

You can boot the Galaxy S10 in Safe Mode and test the Camera app there in order to see if it works when only the basic Android settings and apps are loaded. If that's the case, then you will have to start looking for apps that you might have installed from unknown sources.

If you have recently installed any new apps, and you think that one of these might interfere with the Camera app then you should remove it right away. Also, if you have installed any 3rd party Camera app, then try to look at its Settings menu and look for any settings that might disable your device's camera app.

Update Camera App software:

Use your Samsung Galaxy Store in order to update your phone's Camera app to its latest version possible. This process might fix the issues you're having with your Galaxy S10 camera app. If this doesn't fix the bugs, then you should check the extra info below.

Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 App Preferences:

You can choose to reset the App Preferences of your Galaxy S10 device. This action will restore the all the settings of all apps you have installed to their default values. Here's how to Reset App Preferences for your Galaxy S10:

  • go to Settings.
  • open the Apps menu.
  • tap the More Settings 3-dot icon.
  • tap on "reset app preferences option".
  • confirm and reboot your smartphone.

Wipe Samsung Galaxy S10 Cache Partition from Recovery Mode:

Another thing you can try is to wipe the cache partition of your Galaxy S10 using the Recovery Mode. Here's how to do it:

  • power off the phone.
  • press and hold Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons.
  • release the buttons when the Galaxy S10 shows a blue background and an Android logo over it. Wait 30 seconds for the Recovery Mode menu to be loaded.

Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 from Recovery Mode:

If the above methods aren't working, then you will have to Factory Reset the phone completely. This will delete all the installed apps and restore your Galaxy S10 to its original settings.

Make sure to backup all the data you consider important before starting the factory reset process. Here's how to do it:

  • power off your Galaxy S10.
  • boot it in Recovery Mode by pressing and holding Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons at the same time.
  • wait around a minute for the Recovery Mode to load and release the buttons when the blue background with an Android logo is shown by your device.
  • select 'wipe data/ factory reset'.
  • confirm process and wait for it to complete.
  • reboot the phone in normal mode and you're done.

If the problems with the Camera persist after the Factory Reset is applied, then you should send your phone to a professional smartphone repair shop, as the problems might be happening due to a hardware issue.

In case you need extra details about any steps we listed above, then you should tell us in comments below. We will try to come up with additional solutions for your problems. Also, if you can think of other solutions others can try, then feel free to list them too and help others fix their phones.

Comments
corner-left-up dots-three-vertical