In order to troubleshoot the issue, you would probably need to enter SAFE MODE, even though it is a hassle for a while, but it will certainly ensure, if it’s any 3rd party app doing it, or it’s a bug in Samsung’s own firmware. If it was any 3rd party app making weird annoying beeps on Samsung Galaxy Phone, then you will have to manually uninstall the app one by one to monitor it.
And if it is due to the firmware bug, it would be fixed in next software update by Samsung itself.
Lastly you might need to hard reset your phone and check if that fixes your problem.
Method 1: Perform a soft reset
- Press and hold the Power and Volume Down button simultaneously for 10 seconds until the Galaxy Note10+ powers off.
- Keep pressing those buttons until you see the Samsung’s logo as device restarts.
- This is also ideal for situations when your Samsung Galaxy Mobile device becomes unresponsive or freezes without any reason at all.
Method 2: Wipe cache partition
Wiping the cache partition of your Galaxy S10/Note10/Note 10+ will clear out all the temporary files stored on the system and third-party apps.
- Turn off the Galaxy device, and then press and hold the Volume Up, Bixby and Power button simultaneously.
- Release the Power button when the Samsung logo appears, but continue to hold the Volume Up and Bixby buttons.
- On the Android recovery screen, use the Volume Down button to navigate down to wipe cache partition and press the Power button to select it.
- Use the Volume Down button to select Yes — delete all user data, and then press the Power button to confirm.
- Wait for the reset to finish and press the Power button when prompted with the message to Reboot system now.
Method 3: Use the device in Safe Mode
If you’ve recently installed a bunch of third-party apps and the loud noise beep problem has just begun to surface, you cross it down to being an app-related issue. To test out this theory, boot the Galaxy device into Safe Mode to see if the issue still persists.
- Press and hold the Power button to bring up the Power menu.
- Now, press and hold the ‘Power off‘ option in the power menu until you get the option called ‘Safe mode’ on the screen.
- Now tap on the ‘Safe mode‘ option.
- The Galaxy device will now boot into Safe Mode where you will be able to use only the system apps installed on the device.
Do you still see the issue in the Safe mode? If yes, then it’s a hardware failure. If not, the issue is being caused by any faulty app or Settings.