How to Reboot To Safe mode in Android Phone?

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Probably most of us are not familiar with the concept of Android safe mode. If you are hearing this for the first time then you have come to the right place. In windows Desktop/laptop its availabe & most of us know that so, Let’s get started

What is Safe Mode In Android?

Safe mode as the name suggests, is a software mode that allows the Android device to load with only the default settings. ‘default settings’, it means that the Android device will only load the software and the settings that came with the Android phone/tablet originally. You will not be able to use any apps that you have installed from the Google Play Store or via any 3rd party sources and the device will be running the default Android O.S. that it came with. So, booting in “safe mode” is like operating your device with pretty much the very basic and default settings/apps.

What are the advantages of booting into safe mode?

Let’s say you have installed quite a few apps recently after which you have noticed that the Android device is acting weird.
At times due to problems with the installed apps, Android may try to force close it. This may result in lot of issues with your device ranging/hanging from device freezing, very slow response times, frequent crashing of apps and severe performance issues.
Android safe mode loads only the default apps and settings. So, you can disable/uninstall the apps that you think are causing the problem and restart your Android device normally to verify if the issue has been resolved.
You can continue to disable/uninstall apps in safe mode till you find the culprit.

Also, booting in safe mode will increase the device response times and the device will even become faster.
You can always use the default apps that came with the device in safe mode.

How to boot Your Android Device into Safe mode?
If u have an Android phone running on Android 6.0 or later then , Hold the power button 
Then tap & Hold the Power off 
When Reboot to safe mode prompt appears , tap ok to reboot your device to safe mode.
How to Exit the safe mode?                                              
Once you are done troubleshooting in Android safe mode you would want to switch back to the normal mode.This is pretty easy as well. Just power off your Android device by long pressing the power button and selecting Power Off. Once powered off, restart the Android device to boot in normal mode.

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