In this article we will tell you how to turn off safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S. Here’s the complete procedure.
Samsung Galaxy S is one of the nice Android mobile provided by Samsung. It is also the best in its class. It consists of some of the nicest features, which contains a 4 inched SUPER AMOLED plus capacitive touch screen with a pixel density of 233ppi, which is one of the best screens available till date. It also comprises of an excellent 5Megapixel camera with LED flash which helps you shoot HD videos. It also contains some features like face and smile detection, image stabilization, etc. Other than these features it comprises a 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor with 512 MB RAM and an updated version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Turning the safe mode off on Samsung Galaxy S is not a hard task, actually it’s pretty easy, as it doesn’t need any hardcore task or method to be implemented or any application to do that. It is a built-in feature available in Samsung Galaxy S.
Safe mode is nothing much but just for checking up a device, whether your device consists of an app which is creating problem in your device like freezing etc. It must be done before going for the factory reset of your device in order to know the root cause of it.
So, here we will tell you how to turn off safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S. But before starting with the procedure, please read disclaimer, pre-requisite & other important notes. So, let’s begin with this.
This article is for Samsung Galaxy S. We are not sure that whether this procedure works successfully on other devices or not. If you’ll apply this procedure on any other device, then we are not responsible for the loss of yours, if any occurs. So if you want to go further then continue on your own risk.
- Your Samsung Galaxy S must be at least 70-80% charged.
- Make sure you have taken the backup of all the necessary things like: Videos, Songs, SMS, Images, Contacts, etc.
Steps to be followed to turn off safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S:
First, switch off your Samsung Galaxy S and in order to do it press & hold power button for few seconds.
When your Samsung Galaxy S get turn off. Then press & hold volume down button for few seconds. Doing this will turn on safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy S and you will see “safe mode” written in the bottom left corner of your Samsung Galaxy S as shown below:
Now if you want to turn off safe mode, then just press and hold the power button which is on the right side of the device.
A pop up will appear, in that pop up, select the option Restart.
Now safe mode will get turn off on your Samsung Galaxy S.
Hope this article about how to turn off safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S helped you.
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