How to Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy Halo

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Step by step on how to boot Samsung Galaxy Halo into Safe Mode, as part of troubleshooting action to check for the real cause of a problem happen to the phone, is it happen because of 3rd party app or not.

What will happen when you installed a bad app or an app that was not compatible with your Samsung Galaxy Halo? There are several possibilities here. You may unable to open it, the app won’t open or it wreaks havoc on the phone system and cause all sort of issue.

What do you need to do here? First, you need to make sure the app is working fine and the cause of the problem. Boot the phone into Safe Mode, where the phone was set in default factory setting and no 3rd party app in there. If you find that the phone works okay and no issue happens, you know that you got a bad app in there.

To boot Samsung Galaxy Halo into Safe Mode, please follow the guide below:

  1. Power off the phone. Just hold the Power button and select the “Power Off” option.
  2. Press and hold Power button until Samsung logo appear on the screen.
  3. This is the tricky part. When Samsung logo appears on the screen release Power button and press Volume Down button immediately. Fail to do this mean you phone will boot back to normal mode and you have to repeat the process all offer again.
  4. Keep pressing Volume Down button until the phone finished it boot up process and you see the home screen is on.
  5. Notice the “Safe Mode” text written on the bottom left of the screen, which means the attempt to boot into Safe Mode was a successful one.
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Safe Mode text should be written in the left bottom of the screen. If the text didn’t show up, repeat the above process once again to enter Safe Mode. Everything in Safe Mode works as normal as it in standard operating mode, minus the 3rd party app.

Run the entire phone function. Does any issue that usually shows up in standard operating mode show up here as well? If not, you know that one or maybe more than one of your 3rd party app is causing trouble. It could be the last app you installed recently. Uninstall the app and see how it goes? If the app is a bad one, then removing it from the phone should solve the issue.

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