Booting Your Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime (3GB RAM+32GB) Into Safe Mode
If you are having difficulty with your Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime (3GB RAM+32GB), you may want to try booting it in safe mode. By booting your device into safe mode, you will be temporarily disabling all third-party apps installed by you from Google Play Store. While in safe mode, and you can then identify any app that is causing a conflict and delete it. Safe mode will also help you to determine if your device’s problems are caused by the operating system or by a third-party apps.
Why Boot into Safe Mode?
- Temporarily disable all third-party apps installed on your phone.
- Easily identify any 3rd party app conflicts that may be causing issues.
- Test device functionality and monitor phone performance without third-party interference.
- Quickly perform maintenance on data, caches, and other stored files.
- Easily reset your device to factory settings.
How to Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime (3GB RAM+32GB)
- Step 1: Turn off the Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime (3GB RAM+32GB).
- Step 2: Press and hold down the Volume Down and Power buttons on your device.
- Step 3: After a few moments, the device will boot-up.
- Step 4: As soon as you see the logo on the screen, let go of both the Volume Down and the Power buttons.
- Step 5: Right after the logo disappears, press and then hold the Power button until you see the Samsung logo appear.
- Step 6: When you see the Samsung logo on the screen, you can let go of the Power button.
- Step 7: You will now see a “Safe Mode” written on the bottom left corner of your device’s screen. At this point, your device is now in the safe mode.
To exit from the Safe Mode, simply reboot your device again. This will boot your device in normal mode and all the disabled apps will again be enabled in your device.
Hopefully, the tips above have helped you to make your device work better. Safe mode can provide an easy way to identify software conflicts, or even help you to reset your device to its factory settings.