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Turn on Safe Mode in Android devices

Postby guest » Tue May 15, 2012 2:39 pm

HTC devices with physical buttons:
■Turn off your Android phone. If you can’t do it the normal way because of the loop, remove the battery.
■Press the Menu button on your phone.
■While holding down the Menu button, turn on your device and keep pressing the Menu button until you see the lock screen.
■“Safe Mode” should now be printed in the lower-left corner of your display. When in safe mode, Android does not load any third-party apps, and you can uninstall the application that gave you trouble from Settings > Applications > Manage applications.
Nexus One:
■Turn off your Nexus. Remove the battery if it cannot be done the normal way.
■Press the power button to start your phone, and right when the logo appears, press and hold the trackball. You should also be able to hold down the touch sensitive Menu button at this point, if you prefer that.
■Keep pressing until you see the lock screen, and you should now be in safe mode.
Motorola Droid
■Turn off your Droid and slide open the hardware keyboard.
■Press both the power button and the Menu button on the keyboard simultaneously.
■Keep holding down the Menu key until you see the “Droid Eye”, and you feel your phone vibrate.
■Your Droid should start and say “Safe Mode” in the lower-left corner of the screen.
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