Reboot your Motorola Moto Z Droid into Safe Mode as part of troubleshooting step by following this guide and you will find that the entire third party application in your phone will be temporary disabled.
Third party application can cause problems with the system of your Moto Z Droid. There is some consensus that the problem that happen to Android device is caused by third party app. The app may have corrupted bug that will halt the work of the phone or it forced the CPU and GPU to work on maximum clock speed. If it’s happen, then it will cause the phone to heat up, drain up battery life and it will lead to sluggish performance.
It means that if you find that your phone is started to acting out weirdly, then you may put the third party app in the phone as the suspect. The thing is, how do you know that the cause of the whole problem is the app and not the hardware or perhaps with the phone system itself.
Motorola Moto Z Droid Safe Mode
You can figure this out by boot your phone into safe mode. In Safe Mode, the entire third part app will be disabled. If the problem is not bothering you in this special mode, then it is obvious that third party app is the one to blame, but if it still persists, then you may need to look for other culprit.
You can boot your Moto Z Droid into Safe Mode by following the guide below:
- Go to home screen on your phone.
- Press and hold Power button just like when you want to turn the phone OFF.
- The Power Off dialog screen will show up. Tap and hold the Power Off options for a couple of seconds. You will be asked if you want to proceed and reboot into Safe Mode.
- Tap “OK” to continue.
- Wait until the phone reboot to Safe Mode.
If the process is succeed, you will see the Safe Mode written in watermark code on the bottom right of the phone. Now you can evaluate your phone to see whether the problem is persisting, and if they are, it is time to uninstall the app that may cause the problem in the first place.