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How to Turn Off / On Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy A10 / A11 / A12

How to turn off Safe Mode on Samsung A10? Samsung A11 stuck in Safe Mode? Safe Mode won’t turn off? How to remove Samsung A12 from Safe Mode? Turn on Safemode on Samsung A11?

When you buy a new Samsung device, the phone will be working fine however sometimes it may slow down or even crash. This may be as a result of the app installed on the device or any other thing. But in other to check, you will have to put your Samsung A10 into safe mode and then restart the handset.

What is Safemode?

Well, safe mode is basically a clean mode that allows first-party apps to run.  This way if you no longer have the same problem then the issue is from a third-party app. In this post, we will be showing you how to boot your Samsung A11 into safe mode and also how to turn it off.

How to Put Samsung A12 into Safe Mode


Step 1: Press and hold down the power button until you see the power off icon.

Step 2: Now press and hold on to the power off icon until you see safe mode.

Step 3: Finally tap on the Safe Mode icon and your Samsung A10 will go into safe mode.

Now you should see a Safe mode indicator at the bottom left side of the screen. 

How to Turn Off Safe Mode on Samsung A10 / A11 / A12

Step 1: Press and hold the Power and Volume down key.

Step 2: Tap Restart > Restart

Step 3: The device will then restart in standard mode and you can use your phone normally.

How to boot into Safe Mode when powered down

Step 1: Press and hold onto the power button. The phone will then vibrate and you should see the Samsung logo.

Step 2: Release the power button and press and hold on to the volume down button.

Step 3: Keep holding the power volume down button until you see the home screen with the Safe Mode indicator.

You can now exit the safe mode by restarting your Samsung A12 device.

About Samsung Galaxy A10 / A11 / A12

The Samsung Galaxy A10 is a budget smartphone that comes with a display size of 6.2 inches and an inbuilt memory of 32GB 2GB RAM, 32GB 4GB RAM. The Samsung A11 is the successor of the A10 and it also has a nice body and a large battery as well. 


Wednesday 20th of April 2022

I have spent over a week trying to decide what I'VE DONE WRONG to cause my Samsung A11 to go into SAFE MODE and refuse to come out no matter what set if instructions I try. I even tried factory reset, but lost access to any app that is in any way connected to Google or other major Apps. Even my Contacts List is GONE. And game apps I downloaded are GONE. I think the most satisfying thing I can do now would be to drive over the phone with my car.

Miracle .O

Wednesday 20th of April 2022

Please take it to any Samsung office close by and have them take a look. It might be a hardware problem that need to be fix