[Guide] How to Turn off Android Safe Mode?
With the inundation of Android applications, our Android phones are threatened by some dangerous apps or malwares. And usually, for getting rid of these harm, we would select to boot our phone into Safe Mode to manage the software.
To enter this mode, we only need to long press the Power button until the Power options appear and then long press the Power off option to reboot the device into Safe Mode. Here, we can see that the entering process is very easy but after getting into the Safe Mode, a question comes as well- how to turn off Android Safe Mode? Do you know the answer? If you have no any idea about yet, you can read this article to get the answer.
Method 1. Restart Your Android
Rebooting the Android mobile phone would be the most common and easy way to get out of the Safe Mode. In normal situations, this means works well. Thus, you can try it at first. The rebooting process is as below:
- Press and hold the Power button on your mobile phone;
- Find out the Restart option on the screen and tap on it to boot up your phone.
When the booting process finishes, you can see that your Android is not in the Safe Mode anymore and you can use it as usual.
Method 2. Soft Reset the Device
If you cannot find the Restart option when you reboot your phone, you can select to soft reset the device. This method will clear all the temporary and unnecessary files and recent applications on your phone but no any personal files will be deleted during the operation. So, it is an ideal way to turn off the Safe Mode on Android. To perform the soft reset, you can:
- Long press the Power button of your phone;
- Select and click on the Power off button from the list on the screen to turn off your device;
- Wait for a while and then tap and hold the Power button to turn it back on.
Now, your phone will return to the normal mode and the junk files on it will also be wiped.
Method 3. Remove the Battery & SIM Card
If the battery of your device is removable, you can select to take it out to shut down the device forcibly. At the same time, you need to remove the SIM card and then insert it into the card tray once again to see whether you can boot your phone into normal. Here is how:
- Power off your phone and take off the back cover from the device to remove the battery;
- Remove the SIM card from the card tray;
- Insert both the SIM card and battery back into your device;
- Long press the Power button to turn your phone on.
Generally speaking, this method can help you to turn off the Android Safe Mode. But if you still fail to get a normal mode with it, you can use the next method to have a try.
Method 4. Factory Reset Android Phone
When all the mentioned means above do not work, you can try to reset all the settings on your phone to the manufacturer default settings, namely factory reset. However, this method would wipe the files on your device so you'd better make a backup for the data you like. Then we can begin to factory reset our Android phone now.
- Go to Settings and select Backup & reset option in this section;
- If you do not have any backup before, you can click on Backup option to make a backup;
- Then tap on Factory Data Reset and select Reset Device option;
- Finally, choose Erase Everything to reset your phone back to the manufacturer default settings.
Method 5. Hard Reset to Turn off Android Safe Mode
The ultimate method you can use to get out of Safe Mode is to hard reset your device. To complete this operation, you need to enter the Recovery Mode. By using this way, you can turn the device to normal as well as clear its space thoroughly. To perform the hard reset, you can:
- Press and hold the Power button to turn off your device;
- Boot the Android device into Recovery Mode by long pressing the Volume Down and Power button;
- Use Volume Up and Down button to select wipe data/factory reset option;
- Click on yes to confirm your option to erase all the data;
- When the resetting process completes, select reboot system option to go back to the normal mode.