Safe mode is a feature on Android devices that starts the device with only the default apps and settings enabled. It is designed to help users troubleshoot and fix issues with their device. To turn off safe mode on Android, you can follow these steps:
- Press and hold the power button on your device until the power menu appears.
- Press and hold the power off option until the safe mode prompt appears.
- Tap on "OK" to turn off safe mode.
- Your device will now reboot and start in normal mode.
Alternatively, some android devices come with a hardware key combination to turn off safe mode, the key combination varies depending on the device's brand, model, and version. You can check the device manual or do a quick online search for the key combination for your device.
It's also important to note that safe mode can also be caused by a third-party app, you can try to boot the phone in safe mode and see if the issue persists. If the problem does not appear in safe mode, it is likely caused by an app, you can then go ahead and uninstall the recently downloaded apps or disable them one by one to identify the culprit.
Once you have identified the cause of the problem, you can take steps to fix it and turn off safe mode on your Android device.