When it comes to resetting or entering Safe Mode on your Samsung Galaxy A30s, you can use the instructions in this guide to find out how to do it. Resetting your Galaxy A30s can be necessary when you want to troubleshoot a problem, restore the factory settings, or even return it to a state that it can be sold or given away. Entering to Safe Mode provides a number of troubleshooting options that won’t affect the data on your device, as the ability to uninstall apps that may be corrupting the normal behavior of your device and allows you to change certain settings without the risk of losing any data.
Why Should You Reset or Enter Safe Mode On Samsung Galaxy A30s?
When you experience performance problems with your device, like a freezing screen or software bugs, resetting your device can often solve this issue.
Restore factory settings:
There are times when you want to take your device back to the way it was when you first unboxed it.
Update your device:
When an update is available for your device, resetting it will often be required to install the update.
Hand off to another user:
If you’re going to be handing off your device to another user, it’s usually a good idea to give it to them in a reset state.
Clear out malware:
Malware can sometimes get installed on the device, and resetting it can help to rid the device of malicious software.
How to Boot into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy A30s?
- First, press and hold the power button until the power menu appears.
- Now, tap and hold the ‘Power Off.
- A prompt will appear asking you whether you want to boot into Safe Mode. Tap on ‘OK’ to boot into Safe Mode. If you don’t want to enter Safe Mode, just tap on ‘Cancel’.
- That’s it! You are now entering Safe Mode.
When you enter Safe Mode, you can safely modify certain settings, clear out malware, or update your device. To exit Safe Mode, just power off your Samsung Galaxy A30s and then power it on again.