Sometimes you get tired of using your Samsung Galaxy S8 in its Safe Mode and you may want to know how best to remove your phone from the Safe Mode after you enter safe mode in Samsung Galaxy S8.
The best way to enjoy all the great features of your Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus is to ensure nothing is holding it back from its full functionality. This is why you may need to remove it from the Safe Mode.
The reasons why put prefer using the Safe Mode is to troubleshoot issues related to freezing, slow and resetting of apps on your Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
It is inevitable however that at a certain point in time, you may want to get your Galaxy S8 off the Safe Mode. You will find several methods which can be used to get your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus off the Safe Mode as illustrated below. Follow the steps provided below to learn about getting your S8 or S8 Plus Samsung Galaxy off the Safe Mode;
Perform a Factory Reset
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus.
- Enter into the Recovery Mode
- Select the option to Wipe Data/ Factory Reset using the volume button and click on it using the Power Button
- Choose to Accept the deletion of all user data by simply scrolling through using the volume down button and use the power button to once again click on it.
- The reboot process will then complete once you select your option using the power button.
- From this point, you will need to start operations on your smartphone from scratch because everything will have been wiped from your phone
Recovery mode entry
- Ensure that your Galaxy S8 is powered off
- Hold Home, Power and Volume Up button all at the same time
- When you notice the Android System Recovery screen showing up, release the three buttons.
- You will have to make use of the volume down button to browse through the options and the power button to pick your selection.
Remove and Reinsert the Battery After 5 Minutes Have Elapsed
- First, confirm that your Galaxy S8 is switched off
- Now remove the SIM card tray from your device
- Remove the back cover
- Remove any screws around the device.
- Ensure that the circuit board is also removed
- Remove the battery connector and finally the battery.
The multiple steps provided above should guide you to get your Samsung Galaxy S8 from the Safe Mode.