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How To Put Samsung Galaxy S9 Into Safe Mode

How To Put Samsung Galaxy S9 Into Safe Mode

Continually using your Samsung Galaxy S9 in Safe Mode might get tedious and limited after a while. You will be interested in learning how to remove your phone from Safe Mode after you have entered safe mode in Samsung Galaxy S9.

The best way to enjoy the full functionalities of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is to work in the full function mode that allows you to access all the features. This is the main reason behind any user leaving the Safe Mode.

The main reason for using Safe Mode is to be able to troubleshoot freezing related issues or reset apps that are slowing down your Galaxy S9.

Hence it is inevitable that you will want to exit the Safe Mode eventually. There are several ways to exit the Safe Mode on your Galaxy S9 which has been illustrated in a series of steps below.

Enter Safe Mode

To enter safe mode easily, press and hold the power button until the reset prompt appears. Instead of tapping Power off, simply tap and hold. Then tap the Safe mode icon. Your phone will reboot into safe mode, where only factory apps will work.

Perform a Factory Reset

  1. Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone
  2. Put your Galaxy S9 in Recovery Mode
  3. Select the ’’Wipe Data/ Factory Reset’’ option by using the volume button to navigate and use the Power Button to click on it
  4. To Accept the deletion of the entire user data, scroll down with the Volume Down button and use the Power Button to click it again
  5. After accepting the deletion, the reboot process will commence and be completed in a matter of minutes
  6. Normal operations can begin on your smartphone. It will be exactly like a brand new phone as all data will be wiped entirely from the Samsung Galaxy S9

Recovery Mode Entry

  1. Power off your Samsung Galaxy S9
  2. Long press the Power, Home, and Volume Up button at the same time
  3. When the Android System Recovery screen pops up, release the Power, Volume Up, and Home buttons
  4. You can browse through the options with the Volume Down button and select with the Power Button

Remove and Reinsert the Battery After About 5 Minutes

  1. Make sure that you switch off your Galaxy S9 Now remove the SIM card tray from your device
  2. Remove the back cover of the smartphone
  3. Take off the screws around the device body
  4. Then remove the circuit board
  5. The last step is to remove both the battery connector and the battery in chronological order

The steps above will get you out of safe mode in no time.

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