Any advanced user of the Windows operating system is aware of the existence and purpose of safe mode. However, few people realize that this mode is also in the Android mobile operating system.
Safe mode of operation Android is a special mode in which you can download the phone. When loading an Android device in safe mode, only system applications will be launched. Thus, you can easily download a device that freezes or greatly slows down installed applications.
After loading in safe mode, you can delete everything that prevents the Android device from working and return to normal operation. But, in some such cases, users have difficulties with returning to normal operation of the device. In this article we will talk about how to enable and disable safe mode on Android.
How to remove or disable safe mode on Android
Let’s start with how to disable safe mode on Android, because this is what causes the most difficulties. There are several ways that you can remove the safe mode on Android.
- Method number 1. Disconnect the battery for 30 seconds, then install it again and try to load the Android device in normal mode.
- Method number 2. Restart the device and while turning on, hold down the Home button and hold it until the device is fully loaded.
- Method number 3. Restart the device and while turning on, hold down the volume down button and hold it until the device is fully loaded.
- Method number 4. Restart the device and while turning on, hold down the volume up button and hold it until the device is fully loaded.
How to enable safe mode on Android
If you have Android 4.1 or newer, in order to enable safe mode on Android you need to click on the power button of the device. After that, a window will appear in front of you, in which you can turn off the device’s power, switch to flight mode or turn off the sound. Here you need to click on the item “Turn off the power” and hold your finger until a message appears asking you to switch to safe mode.
After the offer to switch to safe mode appears, click on the “OK” button.
After that, the Android device will reboot in safe mode. After downloading, a message will appear at the bottom of the screen that informs you that the device is operating in safe mode.
This is done in such a non-complicated way, but you already know how to disable safe mode on Android.
If you are using Android 4.0 or an older version of this operating system, in order to enable safe mode you just need to turn off the device, and when it is turned on, wait until the manufacturer’s logo appears and hold down the volume up and down buttons. These buttons need to be clamped simultaneously and held until the end of loading the Android device.