The Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 is one of the popular Android smartphones in the market these days. It is a dual-SIM device that can accommodate two different SIMs for maximum convenience. But, like any other Android device, the Galaxy S Duos S7562 sometimes needs a new start. One of the ways to do this is by entering Safe Mode which will enable you to fix any software related issues by limiting the access to third-party apps. In this tutorial, you will learn how to boot into Safe Mode on the Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562.
Why Enter Safe Mode?
• It helps to diagnose and troubleshoot any software related issues on the device.
• It allows you to identify any app that has been corrupted or causing the issue.
• It helps in Windows 10 overwriting by allowing you to access some key system applications.
• It’s a secure and safer way to configure the device to a known, default state.
How to Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562
Step 1: Hold the Power Button
First, hold down the Power button and then select the Power Off option.
Step 2: Press and Hold Volume Down and Power Button
Now, press and hold the Volume Down key and the Power key simultaneously until the Samsung logo appears.
Step 3: Select Safe Mode Option
Next, you will see a menu pop up with the Safe mode option on the bottom left of the display.
Step 4: Release Power and Volume Down Keys
Now, release the Power and Volume Down keys.
Step 5: Use Volume Keys to Select Safe Mode Option
Finally, use the Volume keys to move to the Safe mode option and press the Power key to confirm it.
You will now be in Safe Mode where all third-party apps will be disabled. To navigate, you can use the Power key for the option selector and the Volume buttons for movement. You can use this mode to identify and troubleshoot any software related issues, or to erase and remove any corrupt detailed apps. To restart, press and hold the Power Button and exit the Safe mode.