Recently, Samsung rolled out Android 10 Beta with One UI 2.0 Beta atop of it to Samsung Galaxy S10 models. As it seems, the update is entirely incompatible with the S10 smartphones. As many users reported, the One UI 2.0 Beta update lock Samsung Galaxy S10 devices.
But that’s not all because the recent update also crashes the Remote Unlock feature. Without it, users won’t be capable of remotely control their smartphones in case they lost their devices or remained locked out.
Users have reported all these issues over the Internet. At the moment, Samsung did not come up with an answer or promise for a new Beta that fixes these bugs. All we have to do now is wait for a reply from the South Korean company. However, if you want to fix these problems, you will have only two solutions – a factory reset and/or downgrade to Android 9 Pie.
Factory reset on Samsung Galaxy S10
Remember that this method erases everything on your device. Accordingly, you should back up all your personal files before proceeding. Here’s how to perform a factory reset on Samsung Galaxy S10:
- Shut down your smartphone
- Press and hold the Volume Up and Bixby buttons for a few seconds
- Press and hold the Power key without releasing the first two buttons
- Once the Android logo pops up, release the keys
- While inside the Android Recovery Menu, go to “Wipe Cache/Factory Reset” and choose Factory Reset
- The device will erase all the data and reboot
Downgrade Samsung Galaxy S10 to Android 9 Pie
Since we’re talking about the Android 10 One UI 2.0 Beta, that means that you’re a member of Samsung’s Beta program. Accordingly, you have the option to quit the program, and you will receive a notification with the latest official release, which is Android 9 Pie with One UI atop.
Follow the instructions and downgrade your Samsung Galaxy S10 to Android 9 Pie.