Booting your Android phone into ‘Safe Mode‘ is the best option you have to troubleshoot problems and issues. You do not need any third-party app to boot into Safe Mode. While in Safe Mode, the third-party apps are disabled and the only apps you can access are the ones that came with the device.
If you are experiencing issues like phone crashes, freezing, poor performance, etc, these issues are mostly happens because of any misbehaving third-party app you have installed. To troubleshoot such issues, you can boot into Safe Mode and check if the issue you are facing before is also happening in Safe Mode or not. If you are not experiencing the same issue in Safe Mode that means the problem is with any third-party application. While in Safe Mode, you can also uninstall the disabled apps.
How to Boot your Android Phone into Safe Mode
Follow the 3 simple steps below to boot your Android phone into Safe Mode:
#Step 1 Hold down the Power Button until the power options menu appears.
#Step 2 Hold the ‘Power Off’ option and your device prompts you to reboot into safe mode. Tap the OK button and your phone will restart in safe mode.
#Step 3 If your android phone is successfully boot into safe mode, the watermarks “Safe Mode” will appear at the bottom of your phone screen. This indicate that your Android phone is running in Safe Mode.
You can see that your apps shortcuts in Home Screen are disabled and Menu Screen is listing less apps.
How to Turn Off Safe Mode on Android Phone
#Method 1 In most cases, Hold down the power button, tap Restart and your phone will restart in normal mode.
#Method 2 In some cases, you have first turn off your phone and then turn it back on by holding down the Power button and the Volume Down button at the same time.
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