The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is a powerful device with extensive features and functionalities. The Android Operating System allows for numerous ways to customize settings, such as booting the phone into Safe Mode during certain times. This allows for troubleshooting of any bugs or glitches that may be present. Certain applications can be disabled temporarily to remove the issue.
Why Should You Boot into Safe Mode?
Safe Mode allows for a way to identify and troubleshoot problems. Here are some of the many benefits you can gain when booting into Safe Mode on the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus:
- Identify what applications or processes are causing technical issues or hiccups
- Free up resources that are being used by applications that may be misbehaving
- Compare your phone’s state in Normal Mode with Safe Mode to find out what is causing the performance issues
- Diagnose and resolve application or process specific issues without impacting your overall system
How to Boot into Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
Booting the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus into Safe Mode is possible by following these steps:
- Power off your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus device by pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds.
- Press and hold the power button until you see the logo on your screen.
- Once the logo appears, release the power button and immediately press and hold the Volume Down key, then press and hold the Home button.
- After holding both the Volume Down and Home buttons for a few seconds, release them and the ‘Safe Mode’ logo should appear on the screen.
- Press the Home button to confirm that you have successfully entered Safe Mode.
Your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will now restart in Safe Mode. This allows you to identify any potential issues without disabling all of your applications. If you cannot identify any particular application or process that is causing an issue, you can simply restart and boot your device normally. The process can be easily reversed and once you are done entering safe mode just restart your phone normally and you are good to go. This simple solution can help in identifying applications or processes that may be causing issues and allows you to continue using your phone with all its features intact.