If your Galaxy S10 is having network issues like constant crashes when connecting it to Wi-Fi or mobile date, or calls dropping, SMS text messages not being sent, and other similar problems, then you have to check the instructions in this post.

The network settings for your Samsung Galaxy S10 can be restored to their official settings in order for you to be able to use your device just as before without problems.

Resetting the network settings of your device will restore the following settings for your smartphone: it clears all the mobile data limits you've previously set, turns off VPN, mobile hotspot, Wi-Fi, data roaming, Bluetooth, Airplane Mode, it removes all app data restrictions, it deletes all the paired devices, network selection mode will be set to automatic, deletes all WI-FI SSIDs you've connected your Galaxy S10, background data sync, and others.

How to Reset Samsung Galaxy S10 Network Settings:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Open General Management.
  3. Tap on the Reset option.
  4. Next, tap on "Reset network settings".
  5. Confirm the process by tapping the "reset settings" button.
  6. Reboot the phone and you are done.

In case you need more help completing this guide, then feel free to tell us in comments what went wrong and we will try to come up with a working solution for your Galaxy S10 device. Please note that by using the instructions above you shouldn't be losing any data in the process.

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