Recently, there have been a spate of cases where Android phones have gotten stuck in “safe mode”. Safe mode is a special mode that Android phones go into when they are missing important apps or when they have been tampered with in some way. This can lead to all sorts of problems, including missing calls, slowdowns, and even the inability to use your phone at all. In this blog post, we will show you how to get your android phone out of safe mode and back into normal operations.
How to get android phone out of safe mode?
If your Android device is in safe mode, following these steps will unlock it and enable you to use it normally. Safe mode is a boot-up mode that restricts access to some of the device’s basic functions in order to test for problems. If you find that your phone won’t start up or responds slowly, try these steps first:
1. Power off your phone and then power it back on by pressing and holding down the power button for about 10 seconds until the screen turns green.
2. Tap Settings from the main menu.
3. Select Backup & reset.
4. Select Reset device and choose Erase everything if you want to completely erase all of your data on the phone (note: this will also delete any images or videos you may have stored on the device).
5. Enter your password when prompted, and then select OK to confirm your decision.
6. After the phone has restarted, select Apps from the main menu and scroll down until you see Android system (an example is shown below). Tap on it and select Advanced options (as shown below).
7. Under Device security, tap on Lock screen security > Enable screen lock pattern (as shown below). You’ll now be asked to enter a password to continue (again, make sure you remember this password because you’ll need to enter it again later when disabling safe mode).
8. Scroll down until you see Modem security > Keep modem
Safe Mode and Android
If your phone is in safe mode and you want to get it out of safe mode, follow these steps: To get into safe mode, swipe up from the bottom of your screen. From there, choose “safe mode.” If your phone is already in safe mode, just press and hold down the power button until the phone turns off. When the phone is off, release the power button. Replace your battery if necessary. Reconnect your charger. When the green Android icon appears on the screen (assuming you have a newer model), tap it to enter recovery mode. Then perform these steps: From the main menu, choose “wipe data/factory reset” or “wipe cache partition.” If you have a model with a physical hard drive, select “wipe disk.” After wiping data and/or factory resetting your device, use “reboot system now” to restart it.
How to Troubleshoot Android Issues in Safe Mode
In this blog post, we will show you how to troubleshoot Android issues in safe mode. Safe mode is a special mode that Android operating system puts into action when it detects an issue with your phone.
If you are using a brand new or unused Android phone, the first thing you should do is connect it to your computer and download the latest Android OS update from Google Play Store. This will help improve your device’s performance and resolve any known issues.
If you are experiencing problems with your Android phone that persists even after updating it, try going into safe mode. To do this:
1) On your phone, go to Settings –> General –> Safe Mode. If prompted, confirm that you want to enter safe mode by pressing OK.
2) Once in safe mode, make sure all of your apps are closed (press the home button and then swipe up across all the apps on your screen). Press and hold the power button until your phone turns off.
3) Now press and hold the power button until your phone turns on again and goes straight to the main menu (the Android OS logo should be onscreen). Release the power button once you see the start menu appear.
4) Select “Developer options” from the main menu by pressing and holding down the left soft key (it looks like three dots), then selecting “Settings”.
5) Scroll down to “Safe Mode” and press OK to enable it. This
If your android phone is stuck in safe mode, it might be because of a problem with the OS or some app installed on your device. In this article, we will discuss two methods you can use to get your android phone out of safe mode. However, if none of these methods work for you, then it might be time to take your device to a certified technician for help.