Enter the Safe Mode on LG V20 and let the 3rd party application to disable for a while and you can decide whether any of those apps that causes trouble with your phone or whether something wrong with the system.
Safe Mode in Android device such as LG V20 open the way for user to observe the effect of 3rd party application in their device. It is very useful when the phone plague by some problems and you can’t figure out whether the problems happen on the system or caused by 3rd party app.
Figuring out the source of the problem will bring you one step closer to the solution. In Safe Mode, the entire 3rd party app is disabling for a while. If the problem still persists, then the problem laid on other part of the phone, either on the Android system or on the hardware.
In most cases, you will find no such problem, which means that one or perhaps more than one 3rd part apps that cause the problem. If that is the case, uninstalling the app will solve the problems in no time.
First, you need to learn how to boot your LG V20 into Safe Mode before you can make decision. Follow the guide below to do this:
- Go to Home Screen.
- Press and hold “Power button” long enough until “Power menu” appear. Do it just like when you want to Power Off the phone.
- Tap and hold the “Power Off” option on the menu.
- A dialog box will appear that ask you whether you want to enter “Safe Mode” or not. Confirm this action by tap “OK” and let the device boot into Safe Mode.
When the phone enters Safe Mode, you will see “Safe Mode” watermark code on the bottom left of the screen. You also will notice that the entire 3rd party app is no longer visible or it’s grayed out. Now you can observe your phone performance and if no problem appear, then you can be assure that one of those apps is the culprit.