The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 Bespoke Edition is Samsung’s latest flagship flip foldable smartphone. It has a clamshell design, foldable 6.7-inch OLED display, 6 GB+128GB storage, fast 25W charging, 48 MP camera and other features. With its unique design and features, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the most advanced foldable phone on the market. However, some users may experience issues such as an unresponsive screen, getting into troubleshooting mode etc. To solve these issues it may be necessary for you to boot the device into safe mode.
Why Should You Boot Your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 into Safe Mode?
Safe mode helps you diagnose the cause of problems by disabling all installed applications and extensions on your device, so you can determine if the device is causing you problems. Here are some of the benefits of entering safe mode on your Galaxy Z Flip 4:
- Allows you to troubleshoot and identify problems caused by non-system applications.
- We can check that a malicious application is not installed.
- Uninstall third-party applications without restarting your device.
- Allows you to try to fix the problem without resetting your device.
How to Boot Your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 into Safe Mode
1. Press and hold the Power button for a few seconds, until you see the Power off dialog on the screen.
2. Now press and hold the Volume Down button for about 2-3 seconds.
3. You should see the Safe Mode prompt on the bottom of the display.
4. Release the buttons and tap the OK button to boot into Safe Mode.
5. You should notice the ‘Safe Mode’ text in the bottom corner of your device.
6. Now you can start troubleshooting any issues you are having.
7. To exit Safe Mode, just restart your device and it will automatically disable the Safe Mode.
Booting your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 Bespoke Edition into Safe Mode can help you troubleshoot any problems you are having with your device. Safe Mode will allow you to disable all third-party applications and extensions on your device, so you can determine if they are the cause of the issue you are facing. Just remember to restart your device after you’ve finished troubleshooting to exit Safe Mode and keep your device secure.