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How to Boot the Galaxy Note 9 into Safe Mode

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

By default hidden safe mode in your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This Galaxy Note 9 safe mode feature is helpful to check if any third-party apps causing the issue in your phone. If app crashing or freezing on galaxy Note 9, you need to enable safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. When activating safe mode in your device, all third party downloaded apps disable from your Samsung galaxy & other devices. Restart your phone to turn off safe mode on Galaxy Note 9.

This setting is helpful while you can face issues of app freezing, app keeps stopping, stuck app, suddenly stopped apps, and more. Follow the below-given step by step process to turn on safe mode Galaxy Note 9.

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How to Turn On Safe Mode Galaxy Note 9

How to turn on safe mode Galaxy Note 9

There are several downloaded third-party apps installed in our device. If you want to find the app that causing the problem on your device, enable safe mode in the Samsung Note 9 device.

Step 1: Press & hold the Power button on your Samsung Note 9.

Step 2: Long press the Power off button until see “Restart in safe mode“.

You can view this message on the screen: Reboot to safe mode

Step 3: Tap OK.

Step 4: You can see the Safe mode icon at the bottom of the left side screen.

Now, boot into safe mode galaxy note 9 device.  All third party apps are hidden from your device. Check your phone is working smoothly, if you can’t find any problem in safe mode, it means any third-party apps you installed causing app-related or other problem you face.

To exit safe mode in Samsung Note 9 or other devices, restart your device. Now uninstall a recently downloaded app one by one and check fix issue in your device. After find the app, remove it from your device and reinstall the other apps in your Samsung Note 9 Phablet.

How to Turn Off Safe Mode on Galaxy Note 9

It’s quite easy to remove safe mode in Samsung Note 9 and all other android devices. To disable safe mode in Samsung Note 9, just restart your device. After reboot your device, you’ll see a safe mode icon removed from the device screen and downloaded third-party apps now available in your android devices.

And that’s all. Did you find the above article helpful to turn on safe mode Galaxy Note 9? If you have any questions, tell us in the comment section. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

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