How To Start Galaxy S7 Edge In Safe Mode
Did you ever get your smartphone often frozen, reset repeatedly or other problems often arise? If you often experience these problem, your phone may be filled with a wide variety of applications so that it causes the phone to be heavy work or can also be caused by other problems. However, to solve the problem you just need to put your phone on condition Safe Mode. For those of you who have a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, we will explain to start Galaxy S7 Edge in safe mode through two different ways.
Why it does we need to do? The main reason that you will want to boot the Galaxy S7 Edge into safe mode was in this way is the most convenient and fast that you can have as a solution to the individual application and want to fix the problems associated with applications that either freeze, reset or work slowly. Keep in mind that when your smartphone is in Safe Mode, of course this will disable all third-party services and applications to your Galaxy S7 Edge in Safe Mode.
Steps to Start Galaxy S7 Edge In Safe Mode
1. Boot Galaxy S7 Edge in Safe Mode
- Make sure that your Galaxy S7 Edge is turned off.
- Press and hold the Power/Lock button at the same time until you see the “Galaxy S7″ logo
- Hold the Volume Down button and releasing the Power button when the logo shows up.
- Keep holding the Volume Down until your phone finishes rebooting
- If it was loaded successful, Safe Mode will show on the bottom left corner of the screen.
- Release the Volume Down button.
- To exit Safe Mode press the Power/Lock key and then touch Restart.
2. Boot Galaxy S7 Edge in Safe Mode (The other ways)
- Turn “OFF” the Galaxy S7 Edge.
- When it’s completely off, turn the Galaxy S7 Edge back “ON”.
- While the Galaxy S7 is booting, hold the home button.
- In the bottom left corner of the screen, you’ll see safe mode.