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How to Enable Auto Restore on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus launched last month with some new features and high-end technical specs. However, some issues might affect your new smartphone. While there are some solutions to tackle many software- and app-related glitches and errors, Auto Restore is also a useful feature. In this article, we’ll present you how to enable Auto Restore on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus.

Similar to System Restore on Windows PCs, Auto Restore on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus also returns the software state to a previously saved point in time. That would restore your apps and system settings to a previous date when you have created the restoration point in Auto Restore on Galaxy Note 10.

How to Enable Auto Restore on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus

The process of turning on and enabling Auto Restore on Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus is similar to that on Galaxy S10 models. Here are the steps you should follow:

  • From Home Screen swipe up to open the apps menu
  • Go to Settings -> Accounts & Backup
  • Under the Google Account section, ensure that ‘Back up my data’ is on
  • After that tap on Auto Restore to turn it on or off

Explore Other Troubleshooting Options Besides Auto Restore

Many issues on Android smartphones are caused by either a faulty software or firmware update or by some apps that cause conflicts with the OS. Accordingly, you can simply troubleshoot those errors or glitches with some quick methods.

Enter Safe Mode

To see if an app is causing the problems on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 device, run your smartphone in Safe Mode:

  • Power off your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus
  • Turn on your device
  • Once you feel it vibrating or when it shows the Samsung logo on the screen, press and hold the Volume Down key
  • Hold the button pressed until your Home Screen appears on the display
  • Release the Volume Down key, and you should now see the Safe Mode watermark in the lower-left corner of the smartphone

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Wipe Cache

Sometimes, a corrupted cache partition causes your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus to work incorrectly. Accordingly, to tackle issues, you have to wipe cache on your new smartphone:

  • Shut down your Note 10 smartphone
  • Press and hold Power Key and Volume Up for a few seconds and release the buttons once your phone vibrates
  • You will now have access to Recovery Mode
  • Using Volume Up & Down keys to navigate and Power to select go to “wipe cache partition” and access it
  • Select “yes” to confirm
  • Now the phone will reboot with the cache partition wiped out

Factory Reset

Sometimes nothing can repair possible software- or app-related issues better than a factory reset, also known as a hard reset. Here’s how to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus:

  • Shut down your device
  • Press and hold Power Key and Volume Up for a few seconds and release the buttons once your phone vibrates
  • You will now have access to Recovery Mode
  • Using Volume Up & Down keys to navigate and Power to select go to “wipe data/factory reset” and access it
  • Select “yes” to confirm
  • Now the phone will reboot hard reset already

Read our main article on that matter below:

Conclusions

Well, to sort out issues on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 you have a plethora of options and quick methods to choose from, but Auto Restore is also useful.

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After you learned how to enable Auto Restore on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus, and you turned it on, you can always use it to restore your device’s software state to a previously saved point in time. Nonetheless, if this method is not solving your smartphone’s issues, you can try the other troubleshooting methods that we presented above.

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