How to Boot into Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx

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Full explanation about safe mode on Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx and also step by step guide on how to boot the phone into safe mode as part of troubleshooting action to help clear out various issues with this phone.

Safe mode on Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx is a diagnostic mode where the user could check for the possible cause of the various issue that happens to the phone. In this case, Safe Mode was used to make sure whether one of the downloaded 3rd party app causing an issue with the phone system or not.

How is this Safe Mode work? When a user boots the phone into Safe Mode, they actually disable the entire 3rd party app on it, for temporarily only.

In Safe Mode, the user can check the phone and app functionality. If everything works great as it should be, then it is safe to say that whatever problem that plague the phone happen because on that app. But if the same problem still appears, the source of the problem comes from within and user needs to check things further.

To boot Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx into Safe Mode, follow the instruction below:

  1. Press and hold Power button.
  2. When Power menu appears, tap “Power Off” option to turn off the phone.
  3. Press Power button, keep pressing until Samsung logo appears on the screen. When Samsung logo appears, release Power button and press Volume Down button
  4. Keep pressing it until the phone successfully boot and enter Safe Mode. 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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Proceed with checking the phone’s app and functionality. Once it is clear that 3rd party app causing the issue, start canvassing and disable or uninstall the app to stop the problem once and for all.

Finding the culprit may take a while especially for people that have so many apps in it, but they can shorten the process by taking a look at the latest app they downloaded or the one that was updated not so long ago because those are a possible suspect.

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