How to Boot into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (8GB RAM + 512GB)

The Samsung Galaxy S10 lite (8GB RAM + 512GB) is a powerful device with an impressive range of features and capabilities. However, some of its features can sometimes lead to unwanted software glitches or hardware malfunctions. To address this issue, Samsung has introduced Safe Mode, a feature designed to help users diagnose and repair any errors in their device.

By booting into Safe Mode, users can identify problems and potential solutions, giving them the tools they need to get their device back working as it should.

Why Do You Need to Boot into Safe Mode?

Booting into Safe Mode is essential for identifying and fixing any issues with the Galaxy S10 lite. Here are some of the benefits of booting into Safe Mode:

  • Identify any rogue apps or software that could be causing problems with the device.
  • Test drivers and software after a recent update.
  • Enable you to access features or settings that may be blocked.
  • Identify settings that may be affecting device performance.
  • Test the device hardware.

How to Boot Into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (8GB RAM + 512GB)

  1. Turn off your phone by pressing and holding the power button.
  2. Once the device is off, press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously.
  3. After a few seconds, the Samsung logo will appear along with a text prompt.
  4. Release the power button, but keep pressing the Volume Down button.
  5. You will enter Safe Mode after a few seconds.
  6. You will now see a watermark at the bottom of the display indicating that you have successfully entered Safe Mode.
  7. You can now troubleshoot any issues. To exit Safe Mode, hold the power button and select “Restart.”


Boot into Safe Mode is an effective way of isolating and troubleshooting problems with your Samsung Galaxy S 10 lite (8GB RAM + 512GB). By following the steps in this guide, you can get into Safe Mode and identify and address any issues you might be having with your device. Be sure to read the additional resources below for further information on Safe Mode and other troubleshooting advice. If you continue to experience problems after following these steps, contact the Samsung help team.


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