Android smartphones and tablets are so popular these days, from last few years android is gaining do much popularity in smartphone market. There are lots of reason why android are popular these days, some of them are its easy to customize, install custom toms and lots of tweaks are available on the web. But sometimes when you are applying some tweaks or mod on you device you will face some serious issues with your device like such as apps crashing, reboots, or fast battery drain on your device. To solve all these kind of problems you have to boot your device in the safe mode. Most of the users don’t know how to boo the device in Safe mode. Booting into safe mode is a very simple process. In this tutorial we’ll show how to do that and solve some common problem on your smartphone or tablet.
The below mention guide will work on all the Android devices which are running on version 4.1 and higher. If you have the Android 4.0 version or the lower version and you wish to boot into safe mode, it’s much more effective to just do a quick Internet search with your make and model.
Boot Android Into Safe Mode
The process is very simple and take minutes to boot the device in safe mode. First ensure your device’s screen is on, now long press the power button until you see the power option on your phone screen. Once the power option are on the your home screen Touch & hold the Power off option in the dialog box. See the screenshot below:-
After the long press on Power off option a new dialog will appear on the screen with a safe mode notification message. Touch OK in the following dialog to start safe mode. Now your phone will switch off and reboot in Safe mode.
To get back out the Safe Mode, Press the Power off menu once and let up (a normal power off).