Last Updated on April 13, 2022 by Bestusefultips
Safe mode is hidden on your Samsung One UI 4.1 (Android 12) by default. To use safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22, you need to enable it using this tutorial. When your Samsung phone enters into safe mode, it will hide or disable all third-party apps. You can only use system default apps and settings on your device. If your device has a crashing or freezing issue or slows down your phone, you can use safe mode to check any downloaded app causing the problem. Restart your device to turn off safe mode on Samsung galaxy.
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How to Activate Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra 5G
Follow the below-given methods to turn on and turn off safe mode on Samsung One UI 4.1 devices.
How to Turn On Safe Mode on Samsung S22Ultra 5G When Power On
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Power button.
Step 2: Tap & hold Power off button until the Reboot to safe mode screen appears.
Step 3: Tap the OK to boot into safe mode.
Step 4: You can view the Safe mode icon on the bottom left corner when your phone start.
Check your phone facing problems like apps crashing, frozen screen, slow down, etc. You can see hide all downloaded apps on your device. If you don’t have any issues, a third-party app is causing the problem. Exit the safe mode to restart your phone and find the app causing problem. If you still have to face a problem in safe mode, you need to check for hardware or OS-related issues.
How to Get Rid of Safe Mode on Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra
Reboot your device to exit safe mode.
How to Enable Safe Mode on Samsung S22 Ultra 5G When Power Off
Step 1: Check your device is powered off.
Step 2: Long press the power key until the wake-up screen with your model name.
Step 3: Release the power key when the Samsung logo appears on the screen.
Step 4: Immediately after releasing the power key, long-press the volume down button.
Step 5: Continue holding until you’re device Restarting.
Step 6: When you view the safe mode icon on the bottom left corner, release the volume down key.
And that’s all. Do you still have questions about entering your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra into safe mode? Tell us in below comment box.