Many Samsung Galaxy M11 (4GB RAM + 64GB) users have recently complained that their device seems to be stuck in a loop or is otherwise unresponsive. In such cases, the best solution is to boot your device into Safe Mode. Safe Mode prevents you from accessing third-party applications and certain settings that may be causing the problem. In this guide, we’ll show you the steps to boot into Safe Mode on the Samsung Galaxy M11.
Why Boot into Safe Mode?
• Prevents third-party applications from running
• Helps you identify the cause of any problems
• Eliminates any third-party applications that may be causing errors
• Spares you the need to factory reset your device
How to Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy M11
Step 1: Switch off your device.
Step 2: Now press and hold the Power button until you see the Samsung logo on your screen.
Step 3: As soon as you see the logo, let go of the Power button and immediately press and hold the Volume Down key.
Step 4: Continue pressing the Volume Down key until you see the Safe Mode message on the bottom left of the screen.
Step 5: You will now be booting into Safe Mode.
Step 6: To exit Safe Mode, press and hold the power button until the Power off message appears on the screen. All third-party applications will cease to function in safe mode.
Booting into Safe Mode on a Samsung Galaxy M11 can be a very helpful way to troubleshoot any issues you may be having with your device. Safe Mode restricts your device to its basic functions, protecting it from any third-party applications or settings that could be causing your device issues. Using the steps outlined above, you can easily boot your device into Safe Mode and protect your device from any potential problems.