Samsung Galaxy S10

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is loaded with impressive features such as an Infinity-O Display, 5 camera lens, and a 24-hour Intelligent Battery. If you begin to experience some of the more common Samsung Galaxy S10 issues, check out CPR’s troubleshooting and repair guides for cracked screens, water damage, battery replacements, and more.
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Water Damage Repair

Did your Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e go for a dip? Don’t fear! There are a few troubleshooting tips you can try at home that could help save your device! Be sure to try the following suggestions below – and refrain from using rice- if your Galaxy was submerged for an extended period of time.

Water Damaged Galaxy S10?

Dealing with Galaxy S10 water damage can feel like the end of your mobile device. But, with proper troubleshooting techniques, you could potentially save its life! CPR recommends attempting the following suggestions at home before seeking professional help.

Handling Galaxy S10 Water Damage: The Do’s and Don’ts

Many smartphone users rely on water damage repair techniques that could cause further harm to their devices! Learn how to properly handle a water-damaged Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e at home with these tips.

If your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e has water damage, do:

  • Immediately take your device out of its case, and remove any other accessories or plug-ins.
  • Use a soft towel to dry off and absorb any standing water on your Galaxy’s exterior.

If your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e has water damage, don’t:

  • DO NOT reach for the rice! Soaking your phone in rice can cause it to absorb unwanted particles or debris, which can lead to further damage.
  • Don’t use a hairdryer to dry your device. This much excessive heat could cause further damage to your Galaxy S10 software.
  • Don’t push any buttons, which may force liquid further in your device’s circuit.

Let CPR Fix Your Water Damaged Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e

If you’ve tried the following suggestions above and your phone still isn’t working properly, your Galaxy S10 water damage could be more severe. Don’t panic! CPR technicians use premium-grade equipment and tools to open and repair a Samsung device. After drying your S10, S10+, or S10e, they’ll remove and debris and replace any parts if necessary.

Wondering how much a Galaxy S10 water damage repair will cost?
Locate your nearest CPR store to request a free Galaxy S10 water damage repair estimate through its free portal.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera Repair

The Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e are all packed with 5 camera lenses and offer an ultra-wide panoramic view, 12 MP Dual Aperture, and multi-frame composition. Your device was meant to capture any moment, so don’t let a cracked or malfunctioning camera keep you from taking extraordinary pictures! CPR Cell Phone Repair offers some quick-and-easy troubleshooting tips, so you can try to salvage your camera at home.

Dealing with a Broken Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera?

Many don’t realize, but a damaged Samsung Galaxy S10 lens isn’t always the root of your camera’s issue. Accidental drops can cause hardware damage, but other issues relating to your device’s software could also be at fault. Try the following suggestions to save your Galaxy S10 or S10+ camera.

Troubleshooting a Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera

CPR Cell Phone Repair technicians are well-versed in performing Samsung Galaxy S10 camera repair. But, before you stop in, we recommend trying the following at-home fixes.

  1. Perform Regular Software Updates
    If your Galaxy S10 camera is taking poor-quality images, you may be in need of a software update. Samsung regularly rolls out new updates to keep their phones free of bugs and glitches that would affect a camera’s performance. Check your Settings page to see if a new update is available.
  2. Remove and Re-Insert Your SIM Card
    A common software issue that could cause your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e camera to malfunction is if your device’s SIM card isn’t inserted correctly. Be sure to power off your device, and extract your SIM card from its tray. Insert the SIM card again in its correct position before powering on the device.
  3. Restart Your Device
    Some Galaxy S10 and S10+ camera glitches can be fixed by simply powering down and restarting your device. CPR recommends shutting your device off for at least 10 seconds and fully releasing the buttons to allow for a soft reset.

Let CPR Fix Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera

If you’ve tried all the above options and your Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e camera still isn’t working, it could be time for a repair. Visit your local CPR store to have one of our experienced technicians take a look at your device.

Wondering how much a Galaxy S10 camera repair costs?
CPR provides customers a free, no-commitment estimate prior to beginning any repair. Contact your local CPR store and request a free Galaxy S10 camera repair estimate.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Battery Replacement

The average person spends nearly 3 hours on their smartphone a day. If you’re like most, you rely on your Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e for quite a bit. This frequent use can not only cause your battery to die more quickly on a day-to-day basis, but it can also eat away at its long-term life. If you find your Galaxy S10 won’t hold a charge, try the following troubleshooting tips.

Identifying Samsung Galaxy S10 Battery Problems

If you notice your Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ is dying much quicker than it used to, it could be time for a battery replacement. CPR Cell Phone Repair can take care of your battery in no time, but before stopping in, you may want to try the following suggestions.

Troubleshooting Samsung Galaxy S10 Battery

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is packed with many features designed to help you reduce battery usage.

  1. Night Mode
    Activating Night Mode switches off most of the lighting pixels on your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e screen. To turn on this feature, go to Settings > Display. Then, toggle the “On” switch for Night mode.
  2. Maximum Power Saving Mode
    Your Galaxy S10 is set to run on the “Optimized” Power Mode, meaning it will perform at peak performance. If you’re noticing this eats away at your battery life, you have options to move to a less battery-consuming power mode. Go to your Settings > Device Care > Battery > Power Mode. From there, select either “Medium power saving” or “Maximum power saving”.
  3. The Optimization Feature
    Another excellent way to preserve your Galaxy S10 battery life is to enable its optimization feature. By switching this on, your Galaxy S10 will automatically optimize your apps and settings when your device isn’t in use. Under your  Settings page, click “Device Care”, then “Battery”. Toggle on “Optimize settings”.

Still in Need of a Galaxy S10 Battery Repair?

If you’ve tried all the suggestions above and your battery still isn’t holding a charge, it’s probably time for a Galaxy S10 battery replacement. Wondering how much a Galaxy S10 battery replacement costs? Locate your nearest CPR store and request a free repair estimate through our online portal!

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Screen Repair

A cracked screen can seriously hinder your smartphone’s performance! Thankfully, CPR Cell Phone Repair is no stranger to Samsung Galaxy S10 screen damage repair. In fact, screen repair is the most common service we perform. If your Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e is sporting a shattered display, bring it into your local CPR Cell Phone Repair store for an exceptionally fast repair. Our team fixes most smartphones in one business day or less, so you won’t have to be without your device for too long!

Tired of Your Cracked Samsung Galaxy S10 Screen?

Beginning your Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e screen repair is as simple as submitting an estimate request to your local CPR store. Once our technicians receive details about your smartphone, they’ll follow up with a free repair quote.

CPR accepts both walk-in and scheduled appointments, so you don’t have to leave your smartphone at the store. While waiting for your Galaxy S10 screen repair, be sure to browse our selection of accessories, screen protectors, cases, and so much more!

Galaxy S10 LCD Screen Replacement

If your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy 10e screen has a flickering display or discoloration, it could be showing signs of LCD damage. Don’t fear! CPR technicians are well-versed in identifying and repairing a wide range of Galaxy S10 screen issues.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Cracked Glass Replacement

With an impressive AMOLED HDR+ display, you’ll want to keep your Galaxy S10 screen in as good of a condition as possible. However, as hard as we try to protect our devices, a slip-through-the-hands is often inevitable. Don’t let an accidental drop affect your viewing capabilities. CPR technicians rely on premium-quality tools and replacement parts, so you can get back to using your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e as it was meant to be enjoyed.

Visit CPR for Samsung Galaxy S10 Screen Repair Today

A cracked Galaxy S10 screen is no match for the professionals at CPR Cell Phone Repair. Schedule an appointment with your local CPR store, or stop by for a walk-in appointment today.

Trying to determine how much your Galaxy S10 screen replacement will cost? Locate your closest CPR store and submit a free repair estimate through our online portal!

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The Limited Lifetime Warranty

Issues Warranty

In addition to being able to repair nearly any small electronic gadget that comes through our doors, and being able to complete most repairs in less than two hours, we also guarantee the quality of our workmanship and the quality of our parts for a full 6 months!

What does it mean for you?

If, at any time during our limited lifetime warranty period, the original repair fails because of the quality of the part we installed or the workmanship in repairing the device, we will fix it for FREE. No questions asked. Can’t beat a guarantee like that!

All CPR Stores are independently owned and operated. As such, not all stores may offer the same warranty.