Entering and exiting Safe Mode in your Samsung Galaxy A12 can be a useful solution for troubleshooting. Safe Mode is a troubleshooting mode used when you have a problem with your device, such as freezing, running slow, or applications activities not responding. It prevents start up applications and any third-party apps from running until removed from this mode.
Why to Enter Safe Mode?
- Identifying potential app conflicts
- Test hardware and software functionalities
- Recover data and files
- Factory Reset the device
How to Boot Samsung Galaxy A12 (4GB RAM + 128GB) into Safe Mode
- Press and hold the Power Button until the Power-Off Menu appears.
- Tap on ‘Power Off’ and wait for the phone to shut down.
- Once the device is off, press and hold the Power Button and Volume Down key simultaneously.
- Continue pressing the Power and Volume Down key until the Samsung logo appears, then release the Power Button only.
- The device will now enter ‘Safe Mode’ instead of booting up normally. You will see “Safe Mode” at the bottom left corner of the screen.
- To exit the ‘Safe Mode’ restart the device by pressing and holding the Power Button for few seconds, and then tapping ‘Restart’.
These are the key steps to boot your Samsung Galaxy A12 (4GB RAM + 128GB) into Safe Mode. If you still face any issue while following these steps, contact customer service for further assistance. We hope these simple steps will help you to enter the ‘Safe Mode’ and troubleshoot potential problems.