Safe mode in your Samsung Phone Devices
What is Safe Mode?
Using Safe Mode on a Samsung phone and tablet devices allows you to force the device to run the essential operating system compatibility, and you can disable most 3rd party for applications.
It’s design as a diagnostic tools to help solve issues with connecting, battery life, and etc. You might using Safe Mode to test whether and not a 3rd party application is causing ads to appear on your devices, or maybe something is interfering with incoming and outgoing calls your friend or more.
A rogue app can even use up an unusually large amount of mobile data and Safe Mode will restrict mobile data access to 3rd party apps completed. You can still makes or recieving phone call and have messages in Safe Mode, other apps are dependant on the specific devices.
Samsung supports safe mode on smart phones and you can use it easily.
If your devices options functions correctly in Safing Mode, it is most like that the issue lies with a 3rd party for the application that can be uninstalling to resolve the problem’s.
Follow the steps below
Please, Boot a Samsung devices into Safe Mode
* Turn the devices off by holding the “Power” button until the option to “Power Off” appears on the screen. Anda please tap ⇒ Power off.
** Press and Hold the “Power” and the “Volume Down” buttons at the same time, to turn the device on.
Important The Power key is on the right hand side of most Samsung phone. And the volume down will usually be on the left hand side.
When you see the Samsung logo appear on the screen phone, you can let’s go of the Power button while the devices boots up.
Make sure to keep holding the Volumes Down button.
*** You will now be able to see options Safe Mode down the near the bottom left of the screen.
Within doing this “Safe Mode” you will be able to test many different problems, navigate around the device to see if you are also experiencing problems.
You can use the “Safe Mode” method to monitor battery life or use your smart cellular data for as long as you want,
Important There are applications that will not be available in Safe Mode.
You can also “Disable” or exit “Safe Mode“.
Follow the instructions below
There are 3 different ways to exit Safe Mode and all of them required the devices to restart completed.
Hold “Volume Down” and “Power” for at least 5 sec to force the devices to restart.
Hold the “Power” button on the right hand side and please select “Restart” on the screen.
Swipe down from the top of the screen to access the “Notification panels“. Select the notification “Safe Mode is on” and please tap “Turn Off” on the prompt to restart the devices.
You can choose the following options
If your device continues to boot into “Safe Mode“, there may be damage to the Volume Down button support causing it to ‘stick‘ when the device is on.