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In this exclusive article, we bring you a guide to explain how you can boot Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in Safe Mode to fix minor bugs. Safe mode is a built-in feature in all the Android devices for minor trouble shooting and fixes caused by crashed apps and battery drainage. Once the smartphone has been booted in Safe Mode, the device will only run the basic apps and perform the most essential of functions and the rest of the apps and downloaded material will be disabled in order to get the issue fixed, whatsoever it may be at the time. As soon as one disables the Safe Mode, all the functions and apps start running and performing as usual and with the problem gone it even seems to be working better.

Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ also has the Safe Mode option available and there is no exaggeration in saying that over the period of time we all tend to stuff our smartphones with numerous apps and media and many of them are the ones we don’t even use. Everybody knows that Galaxy S9/S9+ has the most praise worthy specs and features for now but there is no denying, sadly, that with every passing moment Galaxy S9/S9+ are bound to get slow down and this fact is as bright as a day. Resetting the entire device, since TouchWiz and the like take up a lot of space and battery and consequentially slows down the phone, takes up so much time and energy that it almost does not seek fair to reset the device. So it is always advisable to boot the device in Safe Mode, get rid of the issue, and then restart it normally.

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To boot Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in Safe Mode is not the issue here, but there is always a alight or major difference in the combinations of buttons and keys that need to be held or pressed, individually or together, in each device. And this is where we come in with our short yet comprehensive tutorial on how to boot your device in Safe Mode.

How to boot Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in Safe Mode:

Step 1- First of all you will be required to turn your Galaxy S9/S9+ off and then proceed to the next step.

Step 2- You will have the Power button on the right side of Galaxy S9/S9+, press it and keep holding it.

Step 3- As soon as the Samsung Galaxy logo appears on the screen, let go of the Power button and press and hold the Volume down key until the lock screen appears on your device.

Step 4- Once your Galaxy S9/S9+ has been completely rebooted, you shall see a logo of Safe Mode at the bottom of the screen on the left side.

You are good to go and keep the device in Safe Mode until you are satisfied with the results and ready to restart it in normal mode. 

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