android device and suddenly it begins to malfunction or refuse to boot up. Safe mode is a great tool that you can use to
troubleshoot these issues. Safe mode boots your phone running only the apps
that came with the phone – that means no third-party apps. From safe mode, you
can uninstall any app you want to.
safe mode. Most Jelly Bean devices use the first method below, but some devices
with older versions of Android and some newer devices (like the Galaxy S 4 and
HTC One) use the alternate method further down the page.
2. Long-press the “Power off” option that appears
3. A dialog box asking you if you want to reboot to safe mode may pop up. Tap
4. When the phone reboots, you should see a “Safe Mode” watermark at the bottom
left of the screen, to let you know that you are in fact in safe mode.
Method (some older versions of Android and some Jelly Bean phones)
1. Turn off your phone.
2. Once your phone is off, turn it on by pressing the power button.
3. As your phone is booting, hold down both the volume up and volume down
buttons (yes, both) and keep them held.
4. Once your phone has booted, you should see a “Safe Mode” watermark at the
botom left of the screen, to let you know that you are in fact in safe mode.
Note: If the
alternate method also doesn’t work, you can try holding down menu instead of
volume up and down while booting.
be uninstall from safe mode most especially if the app freezes, or refuse to
boot up your android device.