Safe mode is a useful tool that helps you diagnose and fix certain problems you might be having with your Samsung Galaxy S10e. It is very useful for fixing many software-related issues as it helps the user troubleshoot the cause and resolve it easily. In safe mode, all third-party apps are temporarily disabled leaving only core system apps to run. Because of this, it is a great diagnostic tool when you are unable to find the source of the problem.
Why Boot into Safe Mode?
- It can help you resolve issues with your phone caused by third-party apps.
- It will allow you to factory reset your device without any data loss.
- It allows the user to uninstall any apps that cause problems.
- It can be used to diagnose issues when the device is stuck on the Samsung logo or is booting abnormally.
- It can be used to recover a forgotten password.
How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S 10e
- Press and hold the Power button located at the top-right corner of the device.
- Select Shut Down or Restart, depending on which option you desire.
- After the device is shut down, press and hold the Power button again until the Samsung logo appears.
- Keep holding down the Power button and when the Samsung logo appears, press and hold the Volume Down key.
- Keep holding both the Power and Volume Down keys until you see the Safe mode logo in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- Safe Mode is now activated on your Samsung Galaxy S 10e.
Knowledge of how to enter safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy S10e is very helpful when troubleshooting issues. Safe mode can be used to repair many issues with the device, including when the device is stuck on the Samsung logo or is booting abnormally. It is also a great diagnostic tool for finding the source of any software-related issues. Although it is a very useful tool, it should not be used as a regular part of device usage as it will disable all third-party apps and block certain features from working. Thanks for joining us!