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How to disable Safe Mode on Android?

The Safe Mode (safe mode) in Android allows users to troubleshoot various issues on their device. After resolving the issues, users can reset the phone to normal operation.

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Android Safe Mode

However, sometimes switching to normal mode may not be possible.

Sometimes, the phone remains stuck in Safe Mode. In this case, there are some things you can do to turn off Safe Mode.

First, what is Safe Mode on Android?

As we said above, the users restart their Android device in Safe Mode when they want to fix some problems. When the phone is in Safe Mode, it loads only the files needed to boot the system.

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So if there is a problematic file or application on your phone, you can ignore it and turn on your device normally. Subsequently, Once you are in safe mode, you can uninstall the problematic app or file.

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How to turn it off Safe Mode on Android to return to normal mode?

Try any of the following procedures if the device you are stuck in Safe Mode:

Procedure 1: Restart Android device

The first thing to do in this case is to try restarting your device. This will most likely restore your phone to normal operation:

  • Hold down the Power button for a few seconds.
  • A small menu will appear on your screen, tap Restart.
  • Wait a few seconds for your device to restart.

Procedure 2: Disable Safe Mode from Notifications

Some Android devices have the option of safe mode in the notification panel. If you have this option, you can turn it off from there.

How is this done?

  • Pull down the notification panel.
  • Click the option that says Safe Mode. The exact name varies depending on the device, but you will know which option to press.
  • After that, your phone should restart and return to normal operation.

Procedure 3: Reset (reset) of the Android device (only if there is no other solution)

If none of the above helps, you can try to do it factory reset. This, however, will result in delete all data stored on your phone, including your files and settings. So make sure you create backups of your data.

In general, reset is the last resort, if no other method works.

To reset:

Go on Settings and find the option that says to delete all data and reset to factory settings.

Safe Mode will be turned off, but you should set up your device from the beginning, after the reset.

Source: MakeUseOf

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