How do I turn the Safe Mode off on a Galaxy S9?
How do I put my Galaxy S9 in Safe Mode?
To boot your S9 or S9+ into Safe mode, start by pressing and holding the power button until the power menu appears on your screen. From there, long press the “Power Off” button until it turns into a “Safe Mode” button. Simply tap on “Safe Mode” once it appears and your device will automatically reboot to safe mode.
What does the Safe Mode do?
Safe mode is designed to help you find problems with your apps and widgets, but it disables parts of your phone. Pressing or holding certain buttons during start-up will bring up recovery mode. For help with any step on your device, visit the Devices page, select your device, and find the steps there.
What is Samsung Safe Mode?
Safe Mode on an Android device blocks third-party apps from operating, and can help you diagnose issues with the device. Putting your Android in Safe Mode can increase its speed and fix errors, but limits what you can do with the device.