If you're stuck in Safe Mode on your Android device and can't quit, this article is for you. Once you are in Safe Mode, all installed applications are disabled and the widgets do not work. All you have to do now is to follow these instructions to solve this problem. There are six easy ways to turn off Safe Mode on Android devices, and if one doesn't work, try another.
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Using the notification tree
It is the easiest method to exit safe mode. First, you drag the notifications tree down, you can see Safe Mode on, and right below you find Tap here to turn off Safe Mode. Once you press, you will have the option to restart your device by choosing Restart Now. After restarting your device, you will be out of Safe Mode.
By long pressing the power button
There is another option to deal with this problem by long pressing the power button. Once you have done this, you will have three options: Power Off, Restart and Emergency Mode. At the very top, you press dye, then you press dye again and your device should exit safe mode after rebooting. For some other devices, just long press on dye, then the Safe Mode option should appear. Just press it and you will no longer be in safe mode.
By removing the battery from your device
If that does not work and if you have an old device, then you can perform these few steps. make sure your device is on and just remove its back, remove the battery, remove the sim card and leave them for two to three minutes. After a few minutes, simply put the battery and the SIM card back into your device, then turn it on. It should start normally.
If your battery device is not removable
If you have a non-removable battery, turn off your device and simply hold the power button and the volume down button simultaneously for seven seconds. You should then exit safe mode.
By uninstalling an application
If you're still stuck in Safe Mode, go to Settings, then Applications. Next, you should look for the recently installed application just before going into safe mode. Tap on the app you want to uninstall and you will find the option to uninstall right below the app name. This action should solve the problem.
If you do not want to uninstall the application and are concerned about losing data, return Applications and look for one of the applications that you have recently installed. Then look for the Storage option which will take you to another option called clear cache, tap on it, then tap on clear data which is right above clear cache. Don't worry, this option will only delete temporary files and your permanent files will remain safe.
Reset preferences for applications
Go to Settings then Applications, then press the three dots (you can see them at the top left of your screen). Once you have pressed it, you will find Reset application preferences at the end of the list. Click on this option and a window will appear asking you to confirm by clicking on Reset. This procedure should also help solve the problem.
These should be the best way to remove safe mode issues on Android devices, so check if any of these solutions will help you.