Android Tips Samsung Galaxy S3 Safe Mode

Published on September 15th, 2013 | by Wira

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Enable and Disable Galaxy S3 Safe Mode

Samsung as the most popular Android manufacturer with different types of mobile phones brings a variety of different features from other android phone makers, one of these features is the Safe Mode. This feature can be found in the Galaxy S series of Android phones, like the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3. Like Safe Mode on the Windows computer, the function of this feature is just load loads the stock apps that are necessary for booting the device successfully and it leaves out the rest. Entering Safe Mode will help you determine whether an app that was recently installed is causing the problem.

If you would like to know how to enter to Safe Mode on your Galaxy S3, than you can follow simple instructions below. But please notice, if you would not like to proceed your phone to safe mode, than just restart your phone once you see a “Safe Mode” message on bottom instead process to next step.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Safe Mode

How to Disable and Enable Safe Mode Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2

Step 1 – Hold the Power button until you see a dialogue box.
Step 2 – Choose the “Power Off” option but hold for a while you finger pressed until another dialogue box appear that will ask you if you want to reboot in Safe Mode. Just tap OK.
Step 4 – The phone will reboot than you will see a “Safe Mode” message on the bottom.
Step 5 – Select OK to proceed or restart your phone to exit Safe Mode.

If you have Galaxy Note 2, you can also enable and disable Safe Mode feature by following the simple instructions below.

How to Enable and Disable Galaxy Note 2 Safe Mode
Step 1 – Power down your device by pressing the Power button. Tap Power Off from the choices that will appear followed by OK.
Step 2 – Turn on your device but hold your finger pressed on it together with the Volume Down button.
Step 3 – Let go of the Power button when you see the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 logo but do not let go of the Volume Down key yet.
Step 4 – Than you will see a status message telling you that your Galaxy Note 2 is now in Safe Mode. Let go of the Volume Down key and tap the OK button.
Step 5 – To exit the Galaxy Note 2 Safe Mode, all you have to do is turn off your phone normally using step 1 above. Then, power it on using the usual way.

Benefit of Safe Mode

advantage of knowing how to enable and disable safe mode feature is a final solution that you can take if you are having problems on the device due to the android application that might be the cause. With Safe Mode, can reduce the burden of having to install the back problem although all the necessary applications and work well on Galaxy S3 or Galaxy Note 2.

The Safe Mode feature of course this will be a feature on the Galaxy Note 3 Samsung Galaxy S4 or in as it will be helpful for the novice user first android device for users who switch to Android from other mobile platforms.

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