This is a Diagnostic Mode, where your device performs without third-party apps, so it is mean that this mode only allows essential system programs and services to start up at boot. Safe Mode is intended to help fix most, if not all problems within an operating system. This Diagnostic Mode is very useful to track down the problems you may be having with your device. When you enter Safe Mode, it doesn’t run third-party apps that have been installed on your smartphone. If your device is working very badly, is overheating, the battery is getting low too quick, or the device is not performing as it should, then you can be sure that the reason of it is the installed third-party app.
You can use Safe Mode in order to resolve an issue with the installed app. You will be able to diagnose if the problem with your smartphone existing because of the installed app or its is the system issue. If you detect that the problem with your smartphone is because of the installed app, you will be able to uninstall the problematic app. If the issue is gone in Safe Mode, then you test it in normal mode to try to verify the problem with the app or you can factory reset your device and selectively install third-party apps and make sure is no any issue after each install. If it doesn’t solve the problem, contact your carrier or phone manufacturer to ask about replacement or repair.
Most of the Android devices will get into Safe Mode by using the following instruction:
If you are having problems to get access to the Safe Mode on your smartphone then the best solution is open our HardReset.info YouTube Channel Soft Reset Playlist to find a tutorial on your own phone model.