• You can delete a single contact, multiple contacts, or all of your contacts on a Galaxy S10 in just a few simple steps.
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Your Galaxy S10 has a Contacts app which can help you manage all the names, numbers, and email addresses in your life.

If you no longer need a contact, it's easy to remove. We'll take a look at how to delete a single contact and how to delete a batch of contacts (or even all of them at once).

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How to delete contacts on a Samsung Galaxy S10

1. Start the Contacts app.

2. Find the contact that you want to delete and tap it.

3. Tap the three dots at the top right of the screen.

4. In the pop-up menu, tap "Delete."

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5. Confirm you want to permanently remove this contact by tapping "Delete" in the pop-up window.

How to delete multiple contacts (or all contacts) on a Galaxy S10

1. Start the Contacts app.

2. Tap the three dots at the top right of the screen.

3 . In the pop-up menu, tap "Delete."

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4. Tap each contact that you want to delete. You should see a checkmark appear to the left of each selected contact, over the contact's avatar. If you want to delete all your contacts at once, tap "All" at the top of the screen and you should see every contact receive a checkmark.

5. When you're done, tap "Delete" at the bottom of the screen.

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6. In the pop-up window, confirm your choice by tapping "Delete."

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