You may encounter a problem with your Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone that allows it to slow down or even freeze on you. It is possible that an app may be the cult, but to see if a third-party app is a problem, you may need to put the phone in Safe mode.
What is safe mode? Basically, it's a clean mode that only lets first-party apps run. This means that if your problem went away in this mode, it is a cause for a third party.
These are two ways to start in safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy S10.
How to start in safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S10
The first method to start in safe mode is if your Galaxy S10 is connected.
first Press and hold Power button (on the right side of the phone) until you see the power off.
2nd Hold the Power icon pressed until you see the Safe Mode icon.
3rd Tap the icon Safe Mode and the Galaxy S10 will start in that mode.
4th The phone should come again and you should see a Safe Mode indicator at the bottom left of the screen.
5th Once you have fixed your problem with your phone, just press the power button again and restart the phone in normal mode.
If the phone is off and you want to put it in Safe Mode, here's what to do with the Galaxy S10:
1. Hold down the Power button. The phone should vibrate and you should see the "Samsung Galaxy S10" logo.
2nd Release the Power button and then, while the "Samsung Galaxy S10" logo screen is still visible, press and hold the Volume Down button on the left side of the phone.
] 3. Hold the volume down button until you see the home screen with the Safe Mode indicator at the bottom left of the screen.
5th Once you have fixed your problem with your phone, just press and hold the power button again and restart the phone in normal mode.