The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (256GB) is a top-of-the-line device from the Samsung family of Android smartphones. It delivers an impressive performance with its octa-core processor and 4GB of RAM. It also comes with a large 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display complemented by a triple rear camera system. For those who are looking for even more protection, the S20 FE (256GB) also has an impressive security feature – Safe Mode. Safe Mode is designed to protect the Galaxy S20 cell phone from any malicious activities and can help to resolve software issues that arise.
Why Should You Boot Into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE(256GB)?
It grants users extra protection of their phone from potentially harmful or malicious activities. With Safe Mode, you can also identify software issues that you’d normally miss when using phone normally. It enables task manager or advanced mode to help free up memory space. It helps to identify problem apps. Troubleshooting boot issues will become easier if you boot into Safe Mode. Testing new features will be simpler if you boot into Safe Mode since it boots up only the most essential applications.
How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (256GB)?
Power off your device from the red power button located on the right side of the device.
Press and hold the power button which is located on the right of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (256GB).
When the Samsung logo is visible, release the power key and immediately press and hold the volume down button.
Keep holding the volume down button until you see the words ‘Safe Mode’ on the lower left corner of the screen.
Once the words ‘Safe Mode’ appears, you can now release the volume down button.
Now, you can start using the device in Safe Mode. You’ll notice that everything that is related to the third-party apps is disabled in this mode.
Exit Safe Mode
To exit safe mode, all you have to do is to press and hold the power button and select Restart or Power Off.. That’s it! You have now successfully Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (256GB).