Here we will be sharing an in-depth guide to Boot into Safe Mode On Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and How to boot Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Out of Safe mode. Safe mode is used when a user wants to fix a device and don’t want any app to interfere in that process. Entering into safe mode won’t delete any data on your device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes equipped with a 6.4 inches Super AMOLED display (1440 x 2960 pixels resolution). The global variant is powered by Samsung‘s own Exynos 9810 Octa-core CPU whereas the US and Chinese variants are powered by Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845. It also has 128/512GB internal storage coupled with 6/8GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 sports a Dual 12MP (f/1.5-2.4) + 12 MP (f/2.4) rear camera and an 8MP front camera. It has a heart rate monitor sensor on the rear side with a fingerprint scanner. It comes with Android 8.1 Oreo and it will be updated to Android Pie 9.0 in coming weeks. It houses a 4000 mAh battery.
Steps To Boot Safe Mode On Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Power off the phone by holding down the power button for a few seconds.
- Now Just Press and hold the power button and release it when you see the Samsung on screen.
- After releasing the Power key, immediately press and hold the Volume down key.
- Keep holding the Volume key till the phone completely boots up.
- Once the phone boots up, ‘Safe mode’ should be appeared on the bottom of the screen
- Done!! Now you can perform any task without any interference of any apps.
Steps To Boot Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Out of Safe mode
- Just Switch Off the device completely and turned it on again.
- That’s it!! your device should be out of safe mode.
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