The Samsung Galaxy M01s is an affordable mid-range smartphone with good performance and features. It comes with a 6.2 inch HD+ Infinity-V display, a triple rear camera setup, an octa-core processor, and a massive 5000mAh battery. It runs on Android 10 based One UI. With these modern features, you can expect to have a great Android experience on the device. However, there may be occasions when you will need to boot into safe mode to troubleshoot your device or any issues you may be facing.
Why Should You Boot Into Safe Mode?
- To test if third-party apps are causing any issues on your device.
- To troubleshoot any app that seems to be causing a conflict on your device.
- To determine if there are any malicious apps installed on your device without your knowledge.
- To free up memory and resources by disabling all third-party apps.
How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy M01s
To boot into safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy M01s, you will need to follow these steps:
Step 1: Press Power Button
First, press and hold the Power Button located on the side of the device.
Step 2: Power Off or Restart?
A ‘Power Off’ or ‘Restart’ option will appear on the screen. To enter safe mode, press and hold the ‘Power Off’ button for a few seconds.
Step 3: Reboot Into Safe Mode
After a few seconds, a prompt will appear asking if you want to Reboot into Safe Mode. Press ‘OK’ to confirm.
Step 4: Enter Safe Mode
The device will then restart and will take you to the safe mode page.
Once you are in the safe mode interface, you will notice that all third-party apps are disabled. You can confirm that you are in safe mode by looking at the bottom left corner of the screen. A “Safe mode” watermark will be visible. You can also look at the App Drawer to check if all third-party apps are disabled.
How to Exit Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy M01s
To exit safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy M01s, you can simply press and hold the Power Button and then tap the ‘Restart’ option. The device will then restart in its regular mode and all third-party apps will be enabled again.
Safe mode is a useful feature that can help you troubleshoot and diagnose any issues on the Samsung Galaxy M01s. We hope this guide was helpful in explaining how to boot into safe mode on the device. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below.