After you have identified the cause of the issue, you can then take the necessary steps to fix it.
Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy F52 5G
Safe mode allows you to troubleshoot and diagnose problems with your Samsung Galaxy F52 5G. Safe mode boots your device with only the bare minimum of system apps/services and can help determine if a third-party app is causing issues with your device. When in safe mode, it also prevents any third-party apps from running. If your device crashes, freezes, or runs slow, you should first try booting your device into safe mode to see if it resolves the problem.
Why should you boot into Safe Mode?
-Identify third-party apps causing issues with your device
-FREEZE or slow down your device
– Diagnose issues with apps or services
-Troubleshoot hardware issues
How to Boot into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy F52 5G
In order to enter safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G, you’ll need to use the hardware keys.
Step 1: Press and hold the Power button on the side of the device until the power options screen appears.
Step 2: Once the power options screen appears, press and hold the Power Off button until the Safe Mode prompt appears.
Step 3: Tap on the “OK” button to enter Safe Mode on your device. The Safe Mode watermark will appear in the bottom left corner after booting into the mode.
Step 4: To exit Safe Mode, simply turn off the device and reboot it. The Safe Mode will no longer be present after restarting the device.
Entering Safe Mode on your Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is a simple process that can help you diagnose any issues that you may be having with the device. Once booted into Safe Mode, you won’t have access to any third-party apps that may be causing the issue and can help determine if the issue is due to a hardware issue or due to a third-party app. After you have identified the cause of the issue, you can then take the necessary steps to fix it.