Are you having issues while using your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus? If you think that these malfunctions are related with a software mismatch or conflict, you must learn how to reboot safe mode on your Samsung branded device.

Right from the start you need to know that there are two kinds of problems that can be experienced on your device: hardware, or software ones. When a faulty hardware is causing the problems the solution is to take your phone back to service, or to store.

However, if software related issue is involved you can take matter into your own hands. Thus, if the issues are somehow related with the Android UI, or with certain apps, software and features that are running on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, you can manually fix everything.

Of course, the troubleshooting process implies in following certain methods. During these methods you run a diagnostic process that can tell you what is causing the glitches and how you can address the malfunctions.

And the best thing is that most of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus errors and alerts can be quickly solved from Android Safe Mode.

The Android Safe Mode is similar with what you know from your Windows-powered laptop or desktop.

It’s a state that runs independently from the main UI and in which your device runs only on default apps and processes.

So, in our case, in Safe Mode the Galaxy S10 Plus will initiate only built-in apps and features. By default the third party tools and apps will be disabled. Shortly, if the issues will be addressed while the Safe Mode is running it will mean that the malfunctions were caused by recently applied apps. Thus, the solution will consist in identifying the app with problems and then in removing that certain tool.

For example the safe mode can help you fix a problem such as: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus won't turn on or Galaxy S10 Plus is not charging.

Anyway, let’s see how you can enter safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.

Note: if you still can, backup your Android device as otherwise you can end up in losing your personal data, info, accounts and files - during the troubleshooting process you might have to initiate a hard reset, which will wipe everything that wasn't there from day one: contacts, call logs, texts, images, videos, audio files, market apps, internet settings and so on.

How to boot Android Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

  1. Press and also hold the Power button on your smartphone.
  2. After a few moments the Power menu will be displayed on your Galaxy S10 Plus.
  3. There, touch and also hold the Power Off option until the Safe Mode message is prompted on your phone.
  4. Just tap on the Safe Mode message to confirm.
  5. Wait while the reboot process is being resumed.
  6. In the end Safe Mode will be entered on your S10 Plus – the Safe Mode icon will show in the lower-left corner of the homescreen.
  7. You can go back to Android Mode by initiating a normal reboot.

There you have it. That’s how you can enter and use safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. Do tell us if you managed to fix the errors and alerts through this mode – you can quickly get in touch with us by using the comments field from below. Also, stay close for further troubleshooting solutions available for your Galaxy S10 Plus.

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