When it comes to safe mode Android, there are lots of reasons to want to enable this mode. In Safe Mode, your device will only start with software and applications that have been installed on your device when you first purchased it.
If you are having performance issues with your phone, enabling safe mode will show you if it’s one of the apps that you have downloaded. Let’s get into how to enable safe mode Android.
Safe Mode Android
- Step 1: Turn on your device, then once fully on, press and hold down the power key.
- Step 2: On the device, in the pop-up menu, press the Power key.
- Step 3: Touch and hold Power Off. The Reboot to Safe Mode message will appear.
- Step 4: Select OK, and your phone should restart in safe mode.
If you want to disable safe mode, it’s actually even less complicated. All you need to do is turn your phone off and then back on again, and it should be in safe mode. If you are having any issues with getting your phone in or out of safe mode, you should consider taking off your case, as that can make it challenging to press the keys perfectly.
Once you have used safe mode, you can easily tell if your apps are having a negative effect on your phone. This can be a really useful way to quickly and easily eliminate problems you may be having. Hopefully, this helps you figure out why your phone is acting odd or sluggish.
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