Boot into safe mode on your android device, particularly on the Samsung Galaxy F12 (4GB RAM + 128GB), is a useful step when you’re troubleshooting software-related issues on your phone. Android’s safe mode lets you power up your device with only the system apps that are already on it so you can determine whether an issue is due to a third-party app or to something else. This guide will show you how to boot into safe mode on a Samsung Galaxy F12 (4GB RAM + 128GB) phone.
Why You Should Enter Safe Mode
Entering Safe Mode in your Samsung Galaxy F12 (4GB RAM + 128GB) allows you to do the following:
Uninstall recently installed Apps
You can see whether a new application you installed is causing your device to behave erratically by booting into safe mode.
You can debug your device if it is showing errors, or having a slow performance.
Troubleshoot Hardware issues
Booting into safe mode helps you to troubleshoot hardware-related issues, and rule out the possibility that they are due to a software issue.
How to Enter Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy F12 (4GB RAM + 128GB)
Press and hold the Power button of your Samsung Galaxy F12 (4GB RAM + 128GB). From the listed options select “Power Off”.
Once the phone has been powered off completely, press and hold the Volume Down button and at the same time press the Power button.
You will see a simple text with the words “Safe Mode” on the bottom left corner of the screen.
To exit safe mode just restart your phone. Press and hold the Power button until you “Restart” option appears. Select the “Restart” option to turn off the safe mode in your Samsung Galaxy F12 (4GB RAM+ 128GB).