For the Developers and the App testers, booting the device into the safe mode is very common as they keep testing new apps and services. If you also want to boot your device into the safe mode, follow the below quick guide that will help you on the same.
Today we will guide you on how to boot Samsung Galaxy Tab S5E device into safe mode. Booting the device into the safe mode is very important if the user wants to run the system apps on the device. Booting your phone to the safe mode helps to troubleshoot the problems too. Let us now know how to boot the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5E device into Safe Mode.
What is Safe Mode?
Safe Mode is where the device will have only the default apps and the services working in his device. When the user boots his device into the safe mode all the third-party apps will be disabled. This is a great way to do the troubleshooting and by using the safe mode the user can identify the issues caused by third-party apps or services easily. The user can then simply remove the app in order to perform the hard reset to solve the issues.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5E is powered by octa-core (Dual-core, Kryo 360 + 1.7 GHz, 2 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 360) processor. It runs Android 9.0 and the device is powered by a 7mAh non-removable battery. The device comes with a 10.50-inch touchscreen display having a resolution of 1600 X 2560 pixels at a pixel density of 290 pixels per inch. It comes with 4GB of RAM. The phone measures 245.00 x 160.00 x 5.50mm (height x width x thickness). It weighs 400 grams. As far as the camera is concerned, the phone on the rear packs a 13-megapixel camera. This has an 8-megapixel on the front, for the selfie camera. The device has 7040 mAh battery. It provides a wonderful Full HD vision over the large display that one would love. The phone is assisted by a 4GB RAM with Adreno 615 GPU which gives a smooth gaming and multitasking experience.
Steps to Boot Samsung Galaxy Tab S5E into Safe Mode
- Power off your device
- Press and hold the buttons until the logo appears
- Once the logo is seen release the power button and press and hold the volume down button
- Release the button when the safe mode appears at the bottom of your phone screen
- Simply restart your device to exit the safe mode. That it!
The above are the steps on how to boot the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5E device into Safe Mode. I hope you made a note on all the above steps. If you have any doubts feel free to share them in the below comment section and we will make sure to help you out immediately.