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How to Start S21 Ultra in Safe Mode

Last Updated on December 27, 2023 by Bestusefultips

Do you want to boot into safe mode Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra? Here’s how to start S21 Ultra in safe mode. Turning on safe mode on your device will disable all third-party apps. So you can check if any downloaded app is causing the issue, like the app crashing & freezing, running slow, etc. You can enable and turn off safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S21 series using the below methods.

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How to Start S21 Ultra in Safe Mode: S21 Plus and S21

How to Boot into Safe Mode Samsung Galaxy 21 Plus

Check out the two methods below to enable safe mode.

Enable Samsung Galaxy S21 Safe Mode When Power On

Step 1: Pull down the notification shade with two fingers and tap on the Power button on your Samsung S21 series.

Step 2: Touch & hold the Power off button until you view the Reboot to Safe mode message.

Step 3: Tap on OK or Safe mode to enter into safe mode.

Now, wait until entering your Samsung Galaxy S21 into safe mode.

Step 4: You can see the Safe mode icon on the bottom left corner of your phone.

Now, disable or hide all downloaded apps on your Samsung device. Check if your Samsung device faces issues like the app crashing or freezing, slowing down, won’t turn on, etc. If you don’t have any problems, exit safe mode to restart your Samsung S21 series. If you still have issues in safe mode, remove a third-party app that is causing the issue after rebooting the device.

Turn Off Safe Mode on Galaxy S21 Series

To exit safe mode on Samsung Galaxy, restart your phone.

How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Galaxy S21 Ultra (5G) When Powered Off

Step 1: Make sure to Power off your Samsung devices.

Step 2: Long press the power button until the screen wakes up with the model name.

Step 3: Release the power key when you see the Samsung logo.

Step 4: Immediately after releasing the power key, long-press the volume down button.

Step 5: Continue holding until you’re Samsung Restarting.

Step 6: Release the volume down button When you see Safe mode in the bottom left corner.

That’s it. Have you ever needed to use safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy devices? Tell us in the comment box below.

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