Smartphones act weird all the time for no reason. Thankfully, safe mode on Android devices could be of great help in such situations. In this guide, we will tell you how to boot your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ into Safe Mode.
As with everything, as time goes by, smartphones also tend to act weird from time to time. One moment, your device will be working completely normal and then all of a sudden, it would go bonkers. You would not be able to think of any good reason for its weird behavior. When the phone is new, with limited apps and data, everything will be working perfectly normal. But as time goes by, with tons of apps and a large amount of data, it might become too much for the software to handle. In this case, the software is Android.
Fortunately, the safe mode on Android could help you if you ever find yourself in such situation. The button combinations to reboot Android into safe mode varies for every device. In this article, we will tell you how to boot Samsung Galaxy 9 and Galaxy S9+ into boot mode.
Galaxy S9 Safe Mode
Every software gets slow over time, there is no doubt about that. Previous, Samsung Galaxy devices used to ship with TouchWiz on board. Well, we all know how bad TouchWiz was. It was heavy and bloated. Samsung has moved on to Samsung Experience now.
While it is not as bad as the notorious TouchWiz, it ain’t no Stock Android. It gets slower faster than Stock Android. Especially, when you load tons of apps on your Galaxy S9/S9+ and add a huge amount of data to it, it will slow down even faster. There will come a point where apps will start crashing and you might have to take the bitter decision to factory reset Galaxy S9/S9+. But things need not have to be so complicated. More often than not, it is a third party app which you would have installed recently. You could easily uninstall the same and prevent crashes by rebooting Galaxy S9 into Safe Mode.
How to Boot Galaxy S9/S9+ Safe Mode
Below are the step-by-step instructions on how to boot Galaxy S9/S9+ into Safe Mode:
- Turn off your device.
- Press and hold the Power button.
- When you see the Samsung logo:
– Release the Power Button
– Press and hold Volume Down button.
- Keep on holding the Volume Down button until you see the lockscreen of your phone.
- When your device is fully booted, you will see ‘Safe mode’ at the bottom left corner of your screen.
Now you have successfully booted into Safe mode on you Galaxy S9/S9+. If you have an idea of which app might be causing the issue, head to Settings > Apps and uninstall the same from there. This is the easiest way to boot Galaxy S9 safe mode.