If you’re experiencing any software related issues in your Samsung Galaxy M21s, booting into safe mode is one of the easiest ways to troubleshoot the issue. Safe mode is a diagnostic mode on Android devices which allows you to find out if any third-party apps are causing a conflict with the device’s OS.
Why Boot into Safe Mode?
There are many benefits of booting into safe mode such as:
- You can install or uninstall apps without worrying about them causing any issues with the rest of the system.
- You can identify and remove apps that are causing conflicts with the system.
- It can help you determine if the issue you’re experiencing is software related or hardware related.
- You can use it to troubleshoot any software related issues.
How to Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy M21s
Booting into Safe Mode isn’t complicated, and thankfully the procedure is the same on all Samsung Galaxy devices. Here’s how you can do it:
Turn off your Samsung Galaxy M21s.
Hold down the power button and when the Samsung logo appears, release the power button and immediately press and hold the volume down button.
Hold the volume down button until the device has finished rebooting.
You’ll notice that the words “Safe mode” will be visible in the bottom left corner of the screen, indicating that you’ve successfully booted into the safe mode.
Now that you’ve successfully booted your Samsung Galaxy M21s into the safe mode, you can now try to identify if any third-party apps are causing any conflicts with the system. If you’d like to exit the safe mode, simply restart the device and it will boot into the normal mode. Make sure to go through the procedure carefully and accurately to not cause any further issues with the device.