As long as you have the right version of the S10 and jump through a few other hoops, you can try the latest version of the Samsung OS from today.
From setting up the fingerprint sensor and taking screenshots to using Wireless PowerShare and hiding those punch holes, these are the Galaxy S10 tips you need.
The extra large screens on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are great for multitasking. Here's how to run two apps simultaneously on a split screen.
You can make the cut-out around the front camera on your Galaxy S10 flash for notifications. Here's how to set up that feature.
The Galaxy S10 is chock-full of useful features. Here are 10 you should switch on or off once you get your hands on Samsung's latest phone.
Want the Bixby button on your Galaxy S10 to trigger other apps and commands? Here's how to remap it.
All Galaxy S10 models support a new Wireless PowerShare Feature that lets you charge other Qi-compatible devices from your Samsung phone. Here's how to turn Wireless PowerShare on.
There are multiple ways to capture what's on your Galaxy S10's screen. Here's a look at all the ways you can take a screenshot with Samsung's new phones.
The Galaxy S10's Night Mode can reduce eye strain while also conserving battery power. Here's how to turn on the feature using Samsung's latest phone.
Want to adjust what appears on the Galaxy s10's Always On Display? Or would you prefer to disable the feature altogether? Here's how to adjust the settings to make the most of this feature.
By default, the Galaxy S10 display is set to a Natural tone. Miss more vivid colors? Here's how to change the display's default look.
Give your Galaxy S10 a wallpaper that makes the Infinity O display's camera cutout less visible, or pick a design that personalizes your phone. Here's what you need to do to change the S10's wallpaper.
The OneUI interface on the Galaxy S10 introduces gesture controls. But to take advantage, you'll need to turn them on. Here's how.
Samsung’s in-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is pretty easy to set up. Just follow these steps.
The Galaxy S10 lets you hide the cutouts for the front-facing camera if you don't like the punch hole look. Here are the step-by-step instructions.
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