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Samsung Maintenance Mode Globally Launched to Keep Your Data Safe While Your Phone is Getting Repaired

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Samsung Maintenance Mode Globally Launched to Keep Your Data Safe While Your Phone is Getting Repaired

In the Korean market earlier this year, Samsung unveiled the “Maintenance Mode” for its Galaxy devices. The function is now finally reaching the global market. This week, Samsung also began releasing the One UI 5 update for its premium Galaxy S22 series.

When users send their devices in for repair, they can create other user accounts to complete essential tasks without having access to personal information. When Maintenance Mode is engaged, the owner of the device is not permitted to access their personal information, including images, messages, contacts, or user-installed apps.

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When the owner leaves Maintenance Mode, all data or accounts that were created there are immediately deleted. They will be able to download apps from the Galaxy Store, but if the owner exits Maintenance Mode, all of the data and accounts created in those apps will be lost.

Go to Settings > Battery and device care menu > Enable “Maintenance Mode” to activate this mode.

After the mode has been enabled, the smartphone needs to be restarted. This function, according to Samsung, is powered by Knox, the company’s defense-grade security platform that provides multi-layered security.

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