Have you faced problems like too many adds, slow working, security problems on your Samsung Galaxy s10E but you not able to identify which application causing all these problems? If yes then you need to know how to boot Samsung Galaxy S10E into safe mode. In safe mode, you can easily identify and remove the application which caused these problems by getting into safe mode. So in this article, we will guide you how to boot Samsung Galaxy s10E into safe mode.
There might be many problems which you can face on your Samsung Galaxy s10E because of third-party applications like viruses and malware’s, too many adds, devices getting slow, leaking information and security issues, overheating, crashing, etc. Basically, we use many third-party applications on our phones and it really hard to identify which application creating the problem. So safe mode is a way to troubleshoot such pesky applications. After getting into safe mode all third-party applications will get disable and you can easily figure out which application was installed right before the issue is started and get rid of it from your device.
What is Safe Mode?
Safe mode is a mode in which the device will only have default apps and services working. When you boot your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus on to safe mode all the third-party apps and services will be disabled. This is a great way to do troubleshooting and by using safe mode you can easily identify issues caused by third-party apps or services. You can then simply remove the app or perform a hard reset to solve the issues.
|Device||Samsung Galaxy S10E|
|Screen||5.8 inches (14.73 cm)|
|Processor||octa core (2.73 GHz, Dual core, M4 Mongoose + 2.31 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A75 + 1.95 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A55)|
|Camera||12 MP + 16 MP Dual Primary Cameras|
|IP67/68 waterproof ratings||IP68 Waterproof|
Steps to boot Samsung Galaxy S10E into safe mode
- Power off the device completely.
- Press and hold until the logo appears
- Once the logo appears to release the power button and the press and hold volume down button
- Release the button when safe mode appears at the bottom of your device screen
To Exit the safe mode, Simply restart the phone. That’s it! Enjoy!
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I hope this guide was helpful to boot Samsung Galaxy S10E into safe mode. If you have any queries, please let us know in the comment below.