Entering Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy M32 5G
Every 2018-launched Samsung Galaxy M32 5G phone includes 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The device is powered by the Exynos 880 processor and runs the latest Android offshoot, Android 11. Despite the multitude of features it comes with, users may encounter certain issues that require an action like entering safe mode.
Why Enter Safe Mode?
Recently installed applications or system updates can encounter compatibility errors that may stop the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G from working properly. Entering safe mode allows the phone to start up without installing third-party applications, and can be useful in helping identify what caused the issue.
Another scenario where users may prefer to enter safe mode is when performing a factory reset, as they can easily identify the files they wish to keep.
How to Boot into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy M32 5G:
1. Turn off your Samsung Galaxy M32 5G.
2. Press and hold the Power Button until you see the Samsung logo. Then release the Power Button and press and hold the Volume Down Button until the phone boots up.
3. You will see the words Safe Mode logged in the lower left corner of the display.
4. Your Samsung Galaxy M32 5G is now in safe mode. To exit safe mode, just restart your device.