The Samsung Galaxy Note 10Plus is one of the best flagships in the present market. But when Note 10Plus keeps showing Moisture Detected your device leads the instant effects in the charging process. Is Samsung Note 10Plus moisture detected won’t go away for a long time? This type of error occurs only when the moisture is detected in the charging port and the Samsung Company developed this feature perfectly. Most commonly when this is a type of notification that appears, it is accurate. If that is the case you don’t need to worry more about it. It will be fixed after doing some troubleshooting procedures.

In this article, I will present your troubleshooting trick to fix Moisture Detected in Galaxy Note 10Plus. if you are the owner of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus and going through a similar issue continue to read this article.

Moisture Detected in Note 10Plus
Moisture Detected in Note 10Plus

Samsung Note 10Plus Moisture Detected Error

If you are a user of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, firstly you need to check whether your device is in contacted with water. If it actually touched the water, don’t anguish more about it, because Note 10Plus also comes with an IP68 rating which makes Samsung Galaxy Note 10Plus water-resistant up to a certain level. Here are some steps to be followed.

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  1. If you live in a humid area, then Galaxy Note 10+ is likely to show moisture detected error; I’ve seen many people living in highly humid areas and dealing with Note 10 moisture detected issues.
  2. Keep your phone in a dry place to avoid such errors.

Trick 1: Switch Off your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus

Rather than charging there won’t be any other effect that takes place, when the issue like this occurs. At that time, we don’t know the reason behind the problem. So to verify that there is no other obstacle, you need to turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

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Trick 2: Set the device on the table upright

When Note 10Plus Moisture Detected in Charging Port, this solution is worth trying. Doing so will force the moisture to flow out from the charging port. Don’t tremble the device it might drive the moisture further in. You need to embed the tissue paper inside the port that may help to absorb moisture. Let the device remain as it is for 10 -15 minutes.

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Trick 3: Turn ON the device and try charging it

After performing the first two tasks, your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus might work perfectly. So, switch it ON and connect to its charger. Use the cabled charger if the issue still appears because if you apply the cabled charger, the error won’t highlight, so you are not able to know if the error is fixed or not.

Trick 4:  Check the Cable

After performing all the above tasks, verify if the cable may have some moisture in its connector.

If the issue still features after doing all the tasks, then you need to take it to the technician. On the other hand, if the issue started to arrive then your device hasn’t contacted water. It could be just a minor firmware issue. Here how to fix the problem.

Trick 5: Run the device in Safe Mode

Running the device in Safe Mode will disable all third-party app. It will allow you to access only default apps. So you can verify the Note 10Plus Moisture Detected is due to hardware or software.

How run Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus in Safe Mode?

  • Switch off the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
  • Press the Volume High Button and the Bixby Button, then hold the Power Button. When the symbol of Android is highlighted, free all the buttons.
  • Hold the Volume Low Button multiple times to feature Wipe Cache Partition.
  • Use the Power Button to select the given option.
  • Hold the Volume Low Key to feature YES, then hold the Power Button to select an option.
  • Reboot System Now is featured after the completion of wipe cache partition.
  • Press the Power Button to restart the device.

Doing this, we can know if the same issue arises in safe mode also. If the problem arises then it is just a minor issue and it can be fixed by performing the below procedure. If it doesn’t appear in safe mode the without any confusion the issue is in hardware.

Trick 6: Wipe Cache Partition

You can perform this task, if only if, your device has enough battery. It is necessary to perform this task because it will clear and restore the system cache. The reason behind this task to perform is, the cache is used by the firmware to assist charging. The charging might get deprived especially after the update.

How to Wipe Cache Partition on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus?

  • Switch off the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
  • Press the Volume High Button and the Bixby Button, the hold the Power Key.
  • When the Android symbol appears, free all the three buttons.
  • Hold the Volume Down Button several times to feature Wipe Cache Partition.
  • Use the Power Button to select.
  • Hold the Volume Low Button to appear YES.
  • When Wipe Cache Partition is finished, Reboot System Now is appeared.
  • Hold the Power Button to restart the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

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Trick 7: Backup Data and Do the Master Reset

This is the last procedure to fix the “moisture detected” error on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

Note: You need to back-up all the important data store in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus because performing the master reset will clear all the important data stored in the device.

How to perform Master reset on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus?

  • Turn off the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
  • Press the Volume High Button and the Bixby Button, then hold the Power Button.
  • When the Logo of Android appears free all the buttons.
  • Hold the Volume Low Button multiple times to feature ‘Wipe Data/ Factory Reset’.
  • Use the Power Button to select the given options.
  • Press the Volume Button key to feature ‘YES- delete all users data’.
  • After the completion of the master reset, ‘Reboot System Now’ is featured.
  • Hold the Power Button to restart the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

 

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