Introducing the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G
The Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is the world’s first absolute game-changer. Boasting 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage, it can take on any task without hesitation.
However, as with most technology, there can be certain times when your Samsung Galaxy F42 5G might need some extra care, like when it’s booting into safe mode. This article will teach you how to boot into safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB).
Why Use Safe Mode?
Safe Mode provides a secure environment to make changes to your phone without the risk of damaging the system, or making files inaccessible. It also allows you to troubleshoot any issues you might be having with your device, as some apps may not be compatible. Other benefits of using Safe Mode include:
- Resolving any software-related issues or software bugs
- Running a virus scan in an isolated environment
- Making changes to your device without the risk of damaging the system
- Uninstalling any applications that might be causing problems
- Restoring your device in case any errors occur
How to Boot into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB)
Booting into Safe Mode on the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is a straightforward process that only takes a few steps:
- Power off your Samsung Galaxy F42 5G by holding down the Power button.
- When you are presented with the power off menu, hold down the Volume Down key and the Power key simultaneously for a few seconds. This will reboot your device into the Android Recovery screen.
- From the Android Recovery screen, select the “Safe Mode” option.
- When prompted, select the “Reboot into Safe Mode” option.
- Once the device has finished rebooting, you will see the Safe Mode watermark in the bottom left of the screen.
To exit Safe Mode, all you need to do is restart your device and select the “Normal Mode” option from the Recovery Mode menu.