I have a Galaxy S10+ and I've had no issues at all with this phones hardware or software, maybe little things with the software that wasn't even an issue. After I received the monthly update for October, around two weeks ago,(baseband version G975USQU2BSIP)my phone kept popping up a message that said "Couldn't make connection to server", usually every time I was typing a message, text, email or any sort of typing. I'm pretty sure that's what it said. But the first attempt to resolving it was to reset my network settings. That didn't work. The second attempt to resolve it was to go into the recovery menu and wipe the cache partition and then reboot my phone. And it worked, although I have seen it maybe two or three times pop up and disappear like a two tenths of a second. I just hope the problem can be fully resolved. Did anyone else out there have the same issue on their S10+ phone? Let me know please. It's not a big issue anymore, I just want it completely resolved. Thanks
Solved! Go to Solution.
I actually got the problem resolved with the November software security update baseband version G975USQS2BSIW. So all of you that are haters of Samsung, it actually was fixed within a few days after I originally posted the irritating issue. But Samsung still builds very good phones, there is issues to every phone, their hardware and software. That's why there is troubleshooting and monthly software updates and yearly major operating system updates. Thank you for all the suggestions and help offered on this post. I actually really like the Galaxy S10+. I will be getting an S11+. The S10+ is still a powerful smooth running phone.
@Drewbrew101 Are your messages and emails sending? I see by your baseband version you use AT&T services. The message you are seeing is an issue with connecting to the messaging servers. I recommend contacting AT&T. I have see others post that turning off the Advanced Messaging feature by AT&T will stop the notification, as a temporary solution.
@userNdSENwi2HI Here are some things that will help: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/answer/ANS00076952/ If the troubleshooting is not helpful, please send a private message with the model code and IMEI number: http://bit.ly/2XERsky
@userNdSENwi2HI Good evening, I wanted to follow up with you to see if you are still in need of assistance?
Thank you for your reply. It appears that the Samsung S10+ with the dual sim operating at the same time seems to overheat the phone and drain the battery. I have disabled the one sim and the phone has now performed a bit better. I will monitor it as it is used. Thank you and have a good day.