Your Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone may experience a problem that slows or freezes you. It's possible that an app is the cult, but to see if a third-party app is a problem, you may need to put the phone in safe mode.
What is Safe Mode? Basically, this is a clean mode where only first-party apps can run. That is, if your issue is resolved in this mode, a third-party app is the cause.
There are two ways to boot into safe mode with the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The first method to boot into safe mode is when your Galaxy S10 is turned on.
. 1 Hold down the Power button (on the right side of the phone) until the "Turn Off" icon appears.
. 2 Hold down the Power Off icon until the Safe Mode icon appears.
. 3 Tap the icon in safe mode and the Galaxy S10 will begin to switch to this mode.
. 4 The phone should turn back on and you should see a safe mode indicator at the bottom left of the screen.
. 5 If you have resolved the problem with your phone, just tap the power button and start the phone in normal mode.
If the phone is off and you want to put it in safe mode, you should find here should do with the Galaxy S10:
1. Press and hold the key . The phone should vibrate and you should see the "Samsung Galaxy S10" screen.
. 2 Release the Power button and hold down the button on the left side of the phone while the "Samsung Galaxy S10" screen is still visible] 3. Press and hold the Volume Down key until the Safe Mode screen home screen appears at the bottom left of the screen.
. 5 If you have resolved the problem with your phone, just tap the power button and restart the phone in normal mode.