The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has already taken the market by storm last year. The model comes with a 6.70-inch full HD display and a 4300mAh non-removable battery, 12+12 megapixel rear camera, and a 2.4GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 990 processor. The model also has a wireless charging option. So, needless to say, that this phone has one of the highest performance capacities.
But just like any other Android phone, there can be some bugs and malware that can slow your phone down. And when that happens, you need to reboot your device more frequently. You can avoid that by using the safe mode feature. Safe mode is a special booting method that can help you fix your device if it’s not working properly due to bugs and crashes in third-party apps. Today we will discuss how you can easily enable the safe mode on Samsung galaxy note 20. Before we drive-in, let us take a closer look at what safe mode is.
What is Safe Mode?
Safe mode is a special feature found in almost every Android-based OS device. This feature lets the users boot their phones while disabling all the third-party apps. Many third-party apps are harmful to your device. It can cause your phone to slow down. When you are using safe mode to boot your device, you can detect all those third-party apps with viruses and malware and remove them from your system. Turning safe mode on your Galaxy Note 20 will completely block all malware and viruses.
Why do you need safe mode?
Unlike the iOS system, Android devices hang or slow down quite often. Even though you were using high-performance devices like Samsung Galaxy Note 20, some third-party apps may have caused your device to slow down. That’s when you can use safe mode. It completely disables all your third-party apps and only enables those previously installed apps on your device. This will help improve your device performance quality, and we’ll make sure that there are no viruses in your system.
What do you need before you enable Safe mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 20?
Before you start enabling safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 20, you need to check a few things. First things first, the booting process can take a lot of time. So if your phone is not fully charged or at least has 60% of battery life, you won’t be able to enable the safe mode properly. Make sure that your phone has enough charge for the process to complete. Off the safe mode does not delete any of your data. It does delete all the third-party apps data. So if there is some data that you need, make sure to create a backup of all that data before you enable safe mode. Once you are done with the process, you can take all those backups back on your device.
How do you Enable Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 20?
There are two ways you can use safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Here are the simple steps on how to enable safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 20:
First, go ahead and unlock your phone and press the power key and hold it for a few seconds.
Once the power options pop up, click on the power off-key and hold until the safe mode option appears.
Next, click on the safe mode icon twice.
And the safe mode will be enabled.
Just unlock your phone and press+hold the power key for a while.
When the power menu appears, click on the Restart and wait for the Samsung to pop up.
After that, again press+hold the Volume Down key.
Your display will be locked.
And the safe mode will be enabled.
That’s all folks. Follow these simple steps to enable the safe mode on your Samsung galaxy note 20. If you want to exit the Safe mode, restart your phone with the power key and disable the safe mode.
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