How to remove safe mode for samsung
Samsung gadgets are one of the highest quality and reliable. But in the process of their use, a situation may arise when your smartphone suddenly booted in safe mode. Have you caused any internal problems on the phone, or did you activate the safe mode yourself-not so important. The only important thing is that you do not know what to do, and a chaotic press on the button gives nothing. What happened, and how to turn off the safe mode on your samsung? We will tell you about all this in our material.
Safe mode is the operating system mode in which all third.Party applications installed on the phone (computer) are disabled. In fact, in it the device is its own factory model, with the operating system installed on it, and nothing more.
Samsung independent transition to security mode means that something in the system has gone wrong. Typically, the reasons for this are an error in the operation of any application, various viral and advertising software, hardware failures in the phone’s work and other factors.
Safe Mode is a convenient tool for diagnosing problems for Android OS. If you manually activated a safe mode, you probably want to see which of the applications causes a failure or freezing of your system, the quick discharge of its battery. However, if you went into safe mode by accident, and do not know how to get out of it and remove, then this material is for you. Let’s figure out what to do Samsung smartphones in such a situation.
SAMSUNG Galaxy A13 Safe Mode | Enter & Quit Safe Mode
Ways to disconnect a safe mode
In most cases, turn off Safe Mode on Android is even easier than in Windows. If this does not work in standard ways, there are several alternative options.
Reboot the gadget
The most effective, 95% way to get out of a safe mode is a reloading of the device. In different versions of Android and on different phones, this operation is performed approximately the same:
- Press the power button and hold it (1-2 seconds) until the reload/completion menu appears.
- Press the “Restanus” and wait for the reloading of the device, or select “Disconnect power” and re.Run the gadget.
As a rule, after the described manipulations, the phone is loaded in normal condition, all applications work, as before, no restrictions related to a safe regime appear. In the absence of the restart menu, press and hold the power button for a few seconds until the device is completely turned off, and then start the device again.
Advice! If the smartphone hangs into the “Safe Mode” and does not reboot, find a hole with the inscription Reset, or Power Off (do not mix with a microphone on the case!), and a thin object, for example, with a toothpick, perform a hard discharge. Gently click on the button located inside the phone, wait a few seconds until the phone is turned off and start the device again.
By the way, on some devices when switching to Safe Mode on a notification panel or in the “curtain” you can see an appropriate message, when you press the smartphone restart with subsequent return to normal state.
Cleaning application data or cache
Sometimes to turn off a safe mode in Android, it is necessary to clean the data of any program (applications) or cache that overwhelmed the memory of the device. This can be done as follows:
- Go to “Settings” and click “Applications”.
- Select the desired utility, click “Clean the cache”, restart the device.
- If the result is absent, fulfill the “settings”/ “applications” again, click “Wipe the data” and restart the device.
You may need to work in this way with several programs. Pay attention primarily to the recently installed third.Party programs with a large volume of data and cache. In system applications, without extreme need, it is better not to wash the data, limiting itself to the removal of the cache.
Removing recently installed programs
It happens that the installed applications (including from the “playmarket”) for various reasons cause errors and a failure in the operation of the operating system. In particular, automatic restart, with further switching to Safe Mode, can provoke specific system programs installed by the user.
If the utility caused problems in Android and the gadget is loading all the time in safe mode, it is better to remove such software:
- Go to “Settings”, click “Applications”.
- Select a program that causes a failure, click “Disable”/ “Wipe the data”/ “Delete”.
- Reload the device.
It is not recommended to remove stock applications, even if you have a suspicion that they are a problem. Try to clean the cache of these programs, turn off or unload them from memory, if necessary.
Loading with volume buttons
If the methods described above could not remove the system protection, and the smartphone is still loading in a safe mode, turn off the device and turn it on again, clamping one of the volume keys simultaneously with the power button. Sometimes (depending on the model of the gadget) you need to press the swing of the sound completely.
Pull out the battery, SIM and SD card
To remove the Safe Mode mode in Android, try to turn off the phone and remove the battery from it. Take your time, wait 20. 30 seconds, then insert the battery and turn on the device. Of course, this method is not suitable for devices with a built.In power source.
Reset to factory settings
A more radical method is to reset the phone to factory settings, it is recommended if not one of the listed methods has worked.
Attention! The return of the operating system to the stock state implies the complete cleaning of the disk with the removal of all user files and the installed programs. For this reason, you should copy everything you need to a card or computer, export contacts.
The system rollback to factory settings is made according to the following scheme:
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- Go to “Settings”, select “Restoration and Reset”.
- Click “Set of settings” (“Return to factory settings and removing all data from memory”).
- Confirm your intentions with the “reset” button and wait for the end of the recovery process that can take a long time.
If the return to the factory settings does not bring the result and the phone continues to load in safe mode. The matter is bad, perhaps there are malfunctions of one or more hardware components. But before carrying the device to repair or to the trash, you should try another way.
Re.Flashing the smartphone
Due to the wide variety of mobile gadgets working Android and the absence of firmware for many models in free access, it is very difficult to unify the process of flashing even a small group of the same type of uniform devices. Nevertheless, this task is feasible.
First of all, you need to find firmware, special programs for filling and information on how to do this on a specific phone. For this:
- Go to the 4pda portal.Ru into the forums section (you can look for other similar resources, including foreign ones) and search for the name of the model.
- If you see the appropriate topic in the list of results, go to it.
- Usually (if the firmware is available) all the necessary information and instructions can be found in the topic cap.
- Next, follow the recommendations indicated in them.
Of course, you can attribute a smartphone to the service, but in this case you will have to pay for the flashing of the device.
Using a safe mode
When loading Android in safe mode, all applications you set are disconnected (and are re.Turned on after disconnecting a safe mode).
In many cases, only this fact is enough to unequivocally establish that problems with the phone are caused by third.Party applications. If in safe mode you do not observe these problems (there are no errors, problems when the Android device quickly discharges, the inability to launch applications, etc.P.), then then you should get out of a safe mode and alternately disconnect or delete third.Party applications until the problem causes the problem.
Note: if third.Party applications are not deleted as usual, then in the safe mode of problems this should not arise, since they are disabled.
If the problems that caused the need to start a safe mode on Android remain in this mode, you can try:
- Clean the cache and the data of problem applications (settings. Applications. Select the right application. Storage, there. Clean the cache and erase the data. Starting just with cleaning the cache without data deleting).
- Disconnect applications that cause errors (settings. Applications. Select the application. Disable). This is impossible not for all applications, but for those with which you can do this, is usually completely safe.
- Sometimes just reload Smart enough. Try;
- Suddenly, the “OKL/VCL” will not work with the help of long.Term retention of the Power button, then do the same operation, but through the menu. Click “Nutrition”, slip in the “reboot” in the list that appears:
A slightly changed method. We delay pressing at a point for 20 seconds, until the “body” itself will bend down.
Reset of settings to factory
If none of the options brought positive results, it is worth moving on to radical methods. The most reliable way to turn off the safe Android mode is to reset the device to the factory settings. However, after reset from RAM and constant memory, all the data that had to be preserved in another place (for example, on a memory card or in a cloud) will disappear.
To return to the settings set by the manufacturer of your tablet or smartphone, reboot or turn off the gadget. And during the launch, when the logo appears. At the same time press the volume and lock buttons (vcl/off). In the menu, select Wipe Data or Factory Reset (sometimes Hard Reset) and wait for the removal of applications installed by the user and changes in the settings.
Ways to turn off
There are several methods to leave the SAFE mode and return the smartphone to standard operating mode. The choice of a specific method depends on the features of the model of your Samsung and the version of the operating system. It will be enough to reboot on some devices, while others will need to perform more complex manipulations.
Be that as it may, the first thing you need to try to restart the phone. Over, it is advisable to do this through a sequential shutdown and turning on the gadget:
- Close the power button.
- Select the “Turn off” option.
- After the screen goes out, hold the power button until you turn on.
This instruction works on most modern Samsung smartphones. However, there are exceptions when, after rebooting, the device continues to remain in Safe Mode. If you were not able to leave the security regime, then use one of the alternative options for solving the problem.
Sometimes to turn off the security mode, it is not enough just to restart the device. On old Samsung models, you have to perform additional actions, although at first the instructions will look identical:
- Turn off the smartphone.
- Close the power button.
- When the Samsung logo appears on the screen, click the volume increase key. Hold it until the device is fully turned on.
With a high degree of probability, you will be able to leave Safe Mode and return to the usual scenarios for using a mobile device. If nothing happens, do not rush to proceed to the next point. Once again carefully study the instructions. Remember that the upper volume swing should be pressed only after the manufacturer’s inscription on the screen appears. Also do not forget to hold the button until the gadget is fully turned on. Otherwise, the operation must be repeated.
Batter and SIM cards shutdown
As a rule, it is possible to remove a safe mode in one of the methods considered above. The following solutions to the problem are more radical, and therefore require explanation. So, if you use the old model of a smartphone with a removable battery, then you should try to extract the battery and the entire periphery, acting according to the following algorithm:
- Turn off the phone.
- Make a battery, SIM card and memory card (if any).
- Put the battery and peripheral elements in place, and then turn on the device.
Removing the battery allows you to reset some parameters, including the choice of functioning mode. Also, after rebooting in accordance with the instructions that were presented above, there is a chance of incorrect display of the date and time. In the future, these parameters must independently edit through the phone settings.
Reset to factory settings
If Safe Mode does not turn off on a model with a built.In battery, then you can get out of the situation only through the reset of the smartphone to factory settings. Before that, it is strongly recommended to try to restart the gadget again or make a manual exit from the security mode.
Setting up the settings is a radical measure that leads to the removal of all data on the smartphone. Typically, the operation is performed through the settings of the device, but in Safe Mode this is the possibility of blocked. We’ll have to go the other way:
- Autominate in the Google account, which is used on Samsung.
- Select your smartphone among devices displayed on the screen.
- Click the “Cleaning” button and confirm the operation.
Within 1-2 minutes, the device will be rebooted, after which it will turn on completely “clean”. You will have to again log in on the Google Account, as well as manually install all applications. Multimedia files like photos and videos will also be deleted.
How to enable safe mode
To enable Safe Mode on Samsung Galaxy, you need to do the following:
- Turn off the device.
- Click on the power button.
- Hold the volume increase button until safe mode is turned on. It is important to understand that most of the phone functions will not be available.
You can enable the Safe Mode function by holding the volume button
Safe mode exit through the control panel
To go to normal mode using the control panel, make the following
- Unlock the device.
- Put your finger from top to bottom to open the curtain.
- A notification panel will appear on the screen, in the list of neglected services, find a safe mode.
- Disconnect the safe mode by touching the line with the name of the mode or by moving the line to the right.
Ways to turn off a safe mode in the tablet
The most effective and simple way to turn off a safe mode is a standard reboot. Below I described the reboot on tablets running three popular operating systems: iOS, Android, Windows.
You can remove the safe mode on Windows classic using a regular reboot.
To do this, hold the shutdown button (the gadget must be turned on!) and slip to the inscription “Reloading”.
Tablet for Android
On Android devices, a standard rebooting method is exactly the same as in the previous version. Just hold the shutdown button and select the “Reloading” item.
You can also press and hold a separate Reboot key, which is located on the case. It can be hidden in the hole, and if you have such a rebut button, then you can press it using a thin needle.
Turning BR on Apple devices is quite simple. If there is a physical button “home” on the tablet, then you need to press and hold it, as well as the shutdown button.
Safe mode switch to iPad
If there is no “home” keys, then you need to press and hold the shutdown button and volume sliders. At the volume slider, I mean both buttons of increasing and lowering the sound.
Other ways of turning off Br
Sometimes a simple reboot does not remove the function of BR. Fortunately, there are other methods to turn off this function. In the list below I described each of them in order.
First, simple ways are mentioned, and closer to the end and at the end. Rather radical methods. I strongly recommend trying to turn off the BR in the order I specified.
- Pull out the battery and wait 5 minutes. This option is possible only on devices with a battery.Off battery. Usually these are gadgets of Digma brands, Lenovo, Samsung if you have such a device, then pull the battery for 5-10 minutes, then insert it back and turn it on the device.
- On the tablet on, hold the shutdown button until a small menu appears. In this menu, press and hold the finger at the “Disable power” item (on Samsung devices) or “Turning off” (on other brands). A pop.Up window will appear, in which it will be proposed to load with the BR turned off. Click “OK”, after which the device will reboot with the disconed BR. Important: If you have nothing to have anything to hold the finger on the inscription “Disable power”/“Turning off”, then try to hold your finger on the inscription “Reload”.
- Turn off the device, and when you turn it on, press and hold the shutdown and lowering buttons. On some models, instead of the volume button, you need to hold the “home” key (if any).
- Using the recovery menu. On Android devices there is a text menu of recovery with which you can restart the system. Despite the fact that formally such a reboot is no different from the usual one, it is still different, since it is activated through a special menu. To go to the recovery menu, turn off the device, and when you turn on, hold the inclusion button and the volume increase (on most Android devices). In a couple of seconds, a text menu will be displayed in which the touch screen does not work. Switching between points is carried out by the buttons of the increase and decrease the volume, and the choice of the inclusion key. Pull and select the “Reboot System Now” item. The tablet will be rebooted, and most likely, the BR will be disconnected.
- Reset to factory parameters. Quite a radical method, since the reset will remove all user data. The device will be in a state of “from the factory”. For reset, go to the Rekavian menu (described in the previous item), then select “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” and confirm the action. The device will return to the original state and will again be included in the recovery menu. Click “Reboot System Now”.
- Change of firmware. Even if the reset did not help (which is almost impossible), then it remains only to reinstall the operating system. To do this, contact the Service Center, or re.Flare yourself (if you can).
Also before reset and reinstalling the operating system, I recommend that you try previous methods again.