Safe mode can help you track the causes of problems you might have with your smartphone. When you start your phone in safe mode, it does not run any third-party applications installed on the device. If your smartphone has overheated, hit the battery or otherwise malfunctioning ̵
The process of starting your phone The safe mode phone may vary slightly between different Android devices, but it is always possible to get out of safe mode. Here's how.
How to turn off Safe Mode in Android
- Hold down the Power button.
- Touch the Restart option .
That's all. A simple restart of your Android device turns off safe mode.
How to activate a secure mode on an Android device
If you have a Google Pixel 3, a Samsung Galaxy S9 or any other Android smartphone or tablet, Android 6.0 or later runs, then the safe mode activation process is as follows:
- Press and hold the Power button.
- Press and hold Turn off .
When Reboot to Safe Mode is displayed, press OK .
The unit restarts and it will be said "Safe Mode" in the lower left corner. This method also works for LG, HTC, Sony and many other Android phones.
How to activate safe mode with the buttons
Whether you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, an HTC U12 Plus or any other Android smartphone or tablet, the process of turning on safe mode with the buttons is as follows:  Press and hold the Power button and select Turn off to turn off the unit.
This method works for most Android phones and tablets.
What to do in Safe Mode
You can uninstall problematic apps and use the phone's core features in Safe Mode. If you find that the problem is in Safe Mode, you can either uninstall programs one by one and try again in the normal mode to try to identify the problem app, or you can factory restore the device and selectively install apps and games, be sure to see problems occur after each installation.
If the device continues to crash, overheat, or otherwise perform poorly in safe mode, it may be an operating system problem or hardware problem. Try a factory reset and if it does not solve things, contact your dealer, supplier or telephone provider and find out if a replacement or repair.