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How to boot Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 in safe mode?

How to boot Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 in safe mode?

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Samsung Galaxy Grand 2: Master Reset, updating the database and start in Safe Mode

Clearing the Cache Partition:

If you are experiencing problems with your smartphone and you're considering master reset, then you may want to try clearing the cache partition before doing so. Erasing cache will not result in the loss of personal data, and may order the items. For that:

  1. Power of your smartphone
  2. Press and hold the " Volume Up "" Home "and" Power "buttons simultaneously
  3. Once the phone vibrates, release the " Power "button but keep pressing the other two
  4. Just " Android System Restore "screen appears, release the" Volume Up "and" House Keys "
  5. Use the volume rocker to navigate and highlight " Wipe cache partition "
  6. With the above highlighted, press " Power "to select. Your phone's cache memory and restart in normal mode

Master Reset via the setup menu:

If the cache does not help memory is erased, then you can apply a master reset via the setup menu. WARNING: master reset your smartphone will result in the loss of personal data, including custom ring tones, photos, apps, contacts, and downloaded content. Data stored on the SD card and SIM cards will not be affected.

  1. If necessary, back up your personal data
  2. From the home screen, press " Menu "
  3. Tap " Settings "
  4. Go to " Account "and tap" Backup and reset "
  5. Optionally, clear the check boxes associated with " Automatic restore "and" Back up my data "
  6. Select " Facts factory settings ">" Device Reset "
  7. If the screen of your smartphone Lock is on, enter the PIN or password and tap " Continue "
  8. Press " Delete All "

Resetting via Maestro Keys Hardware:

Assuming that the smartphone is frozen, it keeps crashing and otherwise not allow you to form a reset factory settings menu, you can still reset the device through a combination of hardware keys. WARNING: reset the device to its default settings will result in the loss of data stored in the internal storage

  1. Back up your data if necessary
  2. Turn off your smartphone
  3. Press and control " Volume Up "" Home "and" Power "At the same time
  4. Release the " Power "button as soon as the phone vibrates
  5. When the " Android System Recovery "screen that appears, release the other two buttons
  6. Press the " Volume Down "button to scroll and highlight" Factory Reset / Data on damp washcloth "
  7. Press the " Power "key to select the option
  8. Use the volume rocker to highlight " Delete all user data "
  9. Press " Power "again to select and start the restore process
  10. Once the phone is restarted, the " Reboot system now "message is highlighted
  11. Press " Power "to restart the smartphone in normal mode

Enable Safe Mode:

Safe Mode allows you to reset the device with all third-party applications mobility. This can be very useful if you have installed a malicious application that does not allow the smartphone to restart in normal mode, or is prevented his removal. To restart the computer in Safe Mode:

  1. Turn off your smartphone
  2. Press and hold the " Power "button
  3. Just the " Samsung Galaxy "screen appears, release the" Power "button and immediately press and hold" Volume Down "Instead
  4. Continue pressing the volume key until the smartphone completely reboot
  5. If done correctly, the " Safe Mode "message appears in the lower left corner

To get rid of the problem of the application:

  1. Press " Menu "While on the home screen
  2. Tap " Settings "
  3. Go to " More "Tab
  4. Select " Application Manager "
  5. Hit the " Download "screen and click the application you want to get rid of
  6. Tap " Uninstall "and click" OK "to confirm
  7. To exit Security mode, press and hold the " Power "button and tap" Reset "

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