Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Tutorial On How to Turn Off Safe Mode on Any Android Device

This tutorial will guide you how to Turn Off Safe Mode on your device.
Android device will enter Safe Mode when its operating system has become corrupt, or when one or more third-party applications have caused the device to malfunction. To turn off Safe Mode on your Android, you can try restarting your device, uninstalling potentially corrupted apps, or backing up your data then wiping and resetting your device.

Restarting Your Device

1. Understand why Safe Mode has been activated. Safe Mode is typically activated because of a serious error with an app, or with because a system function on the device crashed. In Safe Mode, you can't run any apps that didn't come installed on your device. If your device is in Safe Mode, a quick restart is usually enough to fix the problem.

2. Check the Notifications panel. Some versions of Android have a Safe Mode notification that you can tap which will automatically reboot your device and exit Safe Mode. This is the quickest way to get out Safe Mode if you have this option.



3. Press and hold the Power button. When the Power menu appears, select Restart or Power Off. Allow your phone to reboot, or turn it back on after it powers off. Your device should boot normally. If it doesn't, read on.

4. Power the device on with the Power and Volume Down buttons. If your device is still booting into Safe Mode, this button combination may help. Turn your device off again, then press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously. Many users have reported this combination as useful for getting out of Safe Mode.

Note: If your device has a broken Volume key, this could be forcing a boot into Safe Mode every time it starts up. You may need to send your device in for warranty service or attempt to open the device and fix it yourself.

5. Remove the battery from your device (if possible). As long as your device allows you to remove the battery, you can try pulling the battery out to get out of Safe Mode. Power your device down and then remove the battery. Wait at least one minute for the capacitors in the phone to completely discharge. Reinsert your battery and then try turning your device on again.

By reading the article above i hope your problem is solved. Oya send your comments.

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