Checkout the complete step by step guide on how to boot Galaxy S7/Edge into Safe Mode
Are you facing issues with your Samsung Galaxy S7 and wondering what is causing the issue, then this tutorial might help you in making decision whether an app is causing the issue or it’s a hardware issue. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to boot Galaxy S7/Edge into Safe Mode. Safe Mode loads the default system apps or the apps which comes with the device. So it helps in troubleshooting the problems faced in Galaxy S7.
Common know issues faced by Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge users are “Unfortunately, Gallery has Stopped”, “com.process.android.phone” has stopped, “com.process.android.settings” has stopped etc. It also helps in fixing Galaxy S7/ Edge not charging problem.
So let’s now proceed and see how to boot Galaxy S7/Edge into Safe Mode.
How to boot Galaxy S7/Edge into Safe Mode:
Step 1: Power off Galaxy S7/Edge.
Step 2: Press and hold the Power button.
Step 3: Once the Samsung Galaxy S7/Edge logo appears on the screen, release the power button and press and hold the Volume Down button.
Step 4: Don’t release the Volume Down button until the device boots up completely.
Step 5: Now Galaxy S7/Edge is booted into Safe Mode and you can confirm it from the label at the bottom-left corner, which says Safe Mode.