Safe Mode option in an Android is similar with Safe Mode in a PC. You can take this option while you want to boot your phone at the factory state temporarily or when you have some problematic apps in your Android. However, sometimes your Android will automatically enter the Safe Mode when it detects problem existed at your device.
In this situation, it will be a little bit more difficult for you to exit from the Safe Mode. This difficult thing comes from a system error that causing a problem and we must fix it before we could exit from the Safe Mode. The following are explanations on how to get out of from the Safe Mode on your Android.
First Method: Turn Off Your Android Device Completely
The first method you can try to turn off Safe Mode is by turning off your device completely. Turning off the device completely means that it draining all the power from the phone. It is because when your Android is turned off, actually there still access to power and it can track of the data such us Date and Time. That is why we need to drain all the power from the phone so that we can exit from the Safe Mode.
Please make sure that your phone is not connected to a charger or USB cable before turning off the phone. It is important because the charger or USB that connected will prevent your phone from draining of all the power. After you ensure that your phone is not connected to a charger or USB, please turn off the phone like normally. Please press and hold the Power button for about 2 seconds, you will see the Power Menu and please tap Power Off, then tap OK to confirm.
Please remove the back cover of your phone after it turned off completely and also remove the battery from it. You also can remove the SIM card if it possible for you. After you remove those things, please wait for at least 20-30 seconds. There will be still some power left at you phone although the battery is removed from your device.
After specified time passes, please insert both battery and SIM card back to your phone and put again the back cover of your phone. You can turn your phone again by holding the Power button for several seconds until it turned on completely. Those steps will bring your device back to normal mode. It usually works but if it does not, please try the next method to exit from the Safe Mode.
Second Method: Please Uninstall Recently Installed Apps
The next method you can try to exit from the Safe Mode is by uninstalling your most recent apps that installed on your phone. In many cases, the last three of recently installed apps are the apps that you need to uninstall, so that you can fix the problem and go out from the Safe Mode immediately. If you install many applications recently, you need to uninstall all of them and then reboot the device to see if there is any difference after it.
In the Safe Mode, you can uninstall those applications normally like how is it usually to uninstall the applications in your device. You can do it by entering the Settings and then tap on Application Manager. You can select the apps that you want to uninstall there. After you done with this uninstalling apps step, please restart the phone and see whether your phone is back to normal and you can exit from the Safe Mode.
Third Method: Please Wipe the Cache partition
It is possible that the problem on your phone is caused by some corrupted apps data that stored temporarily at the cache partition on your phone. This problem can make your phone boot the Safe Mode forcefully by itself. You need to wipe the cache partition to make sure that there is no corrupted files or data.
You can try to wipe the cache partition on your device by entering Android Recovery Mode. You may need a certain key combination to access your phone recovery mode while the process and the steps are the same for any type of Android.
The first step to entering Recovery Mode is by turning off your phone then turn it on again. Once the device screen is on, please keep press and holding the Power button, Home button, and Volume Down (Volume Up for Samsung device) until it boots into a Recovery Mode. You will see the Wipe Cache Partition option there and please highlight it using Volume button and then select it by pressing the Power button. After the process is done, please select Reboot System Now and see whether your phone is back to normal and you successfully exit from the Safe Mode or not.
Forth Method: Factory Reset your Phone
If those previous options cannot help your problem, please try to take the factory reset option to fix your problem. You can do this factory reset from Recovery Mode also. You can do it by entering the Recovery Mode as it already explained at the third method. You will see wipe data/factory reset option there. Please highlight Wipe Data/Factory Reset using Volume button and execute it by pressing Power button. Wait until the process completed and you can see whether you can successfully exit from the Safe Mode on your Android device.