Have you ever found yourself in a situation where your Samsung Galaxy S21 FE just doesn’t have enough battery power to get you through the rest of the day? In these cases, it can be helpful to know how to enable Emergency mode on your device. This will help conserve battery power and extend your phone’s life. In this guide, we will show you how to do it!
In an emergency, you may set your phone to enter into “emergency mode,” which allows you to extend its standby time and save energy.
When the Emergency Mode is activated, the screen brightness will fall and some of the device’s functions will be curtailed in order to conserve battery power. To save battery life, the home screen will be switched to a black theme.
You can use the Phone app to call a specified contact or make emergency calls. You may also enable the flash, set off alarms, and send your position data to others in a message.
Let’s take a look at the actions that will need to be performed on your Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in order to activate the Emergency mode.
Steps to enable Emergency Mode in Samsung Galaxy S21 FE:
- Press and hold the Side and Volume down keys at the same time.
- Click on Emergency mode.
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- Tap Turn on.
Steps to turn off Emergency Mode in Samsung Galaxy S21 FE:
To turn off Emergency Mode, tap the three dots in the upper right corner of the screen, then choose Turn off emergency mode or Disable Emergency Mode, then Disable