Is your Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera not working? Well, go through this guide to fix Camera Failed on Galaxy S10 and click beautiful pictures without any errors and crashes.

Samsung is the leading brand in the Smartphone industry. Also, Samsung brings lots of new exciting features with their Smartphones.

The new Samsung Galaxy S10 is the Next generation Smartphone with a cinematic infinity display, ultrasonic fingerprint, and many more amazing features. However, like all Samsung devices facing the same problem of “camera failed,” Samsung galaxy s10 become a part of them.

How to Fix Camera Failed on Galaxy S10

Why Users Are Encountering Camera Failed on Galaxy S10?

Most of the time when you open the camera app in Samsung galaxy s10 the error pops-up “warning: camera failed.” Usually, this error shows-up many times when you are using the camera app. Furthermore, this is a common problem faced by almost every Samsung Smartphone owners.

There are many reasons why the app shows this warning like the camera app crash or glitch or some other app using camera keep crashing or some camera sensors got damaged etc. However, the reasons for camera failure on S10 could be many, but there are a few key points you can consider to fix this problem.

Let’s see how to fix Camera Failed on Galaxy S10

Camera failure can be fix by two methods basic method or standard method. Both methods are simple and easy to proceed. Let’s see first how to fix camera failure issue by basic methods.

Basic Methods:

Restart The Camera App

Restarting the camera app can fix this problem if there is any minor error or app crashing issue. These methods work most of the time.

Rebooting Your Device

Restarting or rebooting the device can also fix this problem most times.

  • So, tap and hold the power button. Next, a power option pop-up screen will appear on your screen.
  • Here you need to click on the Reboot option to restart the device.
  • The device will automatically restart

So, that’s all.  Also, now open the camera app to check whether the problem is fixed or not. 

Standard Method

Clear Camera App Cache

  • Open settings > Apps
  • Find and tap on the camera app.
  • Tap on storage
  • Select clear cache

Clear Camera App Data

  • Open settings > apps
  • Find and tap on the camera app
  • Tap on storage.
  • Select clear data option.

Boot Into Safe Mode To Fix Camera Failed on Galaxy S10

  • Power off your Samsung galaxy s10 completely.
  • Next, tap and hold the power button until the Samsung logo appears
  • Once the Samsung logo appears on the screen,  release the power button and then press and hold the volume-down button.
  • Now the device will automatically start in safe mode. So, now check whether the same problem occurs in the safe mode or not.
  • If not, then the problem is created by the third-party app.
  • So, disable all third-party app that uses your mobile camera app.

Try Clearing Android Cache

  • Power off the device.
  • Press & hold volume up, Bixby, and power button together
  • When the no commands message screen shows up tap on the screen.
  • Use the volume button to navigate and select wipe cache option and use the power button to choose any particular option.
  • Select and confirm.

Factory Reset To Fix Camera Failed on Galaxy S10

  • Power off the device.
  • Press & hold volume up, Bixby, and power button.
  • When the no commands message screen shows up tap on the screen.
  • Here you can use the volume button to navigate to and select wipe data/factory reset. You can also use the power button to select it.
  • Select yes to confirm the action.

That’s it. Hopefully, it will fix the camera failure issue on your Samsung Galaxy S10. However, if none of the above troubleshooting approaches fix the issue, do visit the nearest Samsung phone care center for the best solution.

Summary

So, these are few but effective methods by which you can fix Camera Failed on Galaxy S10 easily. We hope you have enjoyed reading this post and it has exposed all the possible troubleshooting steps and approaches to get rid of camera issues on Galaxy S10 device.

Also, If you have any doubts, do comment below, and we will be happy to help you. So, that’s all for now and thanks for reading this post here at TheAndroidPortal.

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