Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series launched last month with some new features, besides a visible improvement in design and performance in comparison with its predecessor and Galaxy S10 models, as well. However, it might still present some issues that, even though they are most likely to be software- or app-related, they are still annoying. One of the most common solution to see what’s wrong with your device is to run it in Safe Mode. In this article, we’ll show you how to reboot your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Safe Mode. The same method applies for the other Note 10 models, as well.
While in Safe Mode, we can check if the potential issues affecting the new Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus is hardware-related or software-related. If everything runs as expected in Safe Mode, then, most probably, the problems are due to some software bugs or glitches, or some conflicting apps.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Specs
- Display – AMOLED, 6.3 inches, 1080 x 2280 pixels, 19:9 ratio, with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 and HDR10+
- CPU – Octa-Core Exynos 9825 (EMEA/LATAM) or Octa-Core Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (USA/China)
- GPU – Mali-G76 MP12 (EMEA/LATAM) or Adreno 640 (USA/China)
- 8 GB RAM and 256 GB Internal Storage
- Main Cameras – three-camera setup:
- 12 MP wide
- 12 MP telephoto
- 16 MP ultrawide
- Selfie Camera – 10 MP wide
- Battery – Li-Ion 3500-mAh
- OS – Android 9 Pie with OneUI
Now, it’s the time to see how to enter Safe Mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus.
How to Reboot Your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Safe Mode
- Power off your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus
- Turn on your device
- Once you feel it vibrating or when it shows the Samsung logo on the screen, press and hold the Volume Down key
- Hold the button pressed until your Home Screen appears on the display
- Release the Volume Down key, and you should now see the Safe Mode watermark in the lower-left corner of the smartphone
In Safe Mode, all the third-party apps are disabled, and only the system-based applications and programs run. Accordingly, if your smartphone operates at its maximum performance while in Safe Mode, then a third-party app might cause you some issues, in case your device lags when normally used. To exit Safe Mode reboot your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus.
That’s it! That’s how to reboot your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Safe Mode.