For those of you computer users, you must be familiar with the term safe mode. Usually, safe mode is used to check for applications that are suspected of damaging the system. Just like on a PC, safe mode only runs Android smartphone and important processes so you can be sure that no third-party applications are running.
Safe mode is not important if it is not needed. However, there are times when a virus or malware attacks an Android smartphone that makes the system on your smartphone chaotic. Therefore, you need to enter this mode to remove the application carrying the virus. There are two ways to enter safe mode, including:
The first step to Remove Apps on Smartphone
- Turn off your smartphone
- Press and hold the volume down and power buttons simultaneously until the screen turns on, then release the power button only.
- Keep holding the volume down button until the lock screen appears. Safe mode will appear on the bottom left if you have successfully entered safe mode.
Deleted Apps on Smartphone Second-way
- When the smartphone is on, make sure the developer mode is open, by tapping seven times on the “build number” in the “about phone” menu from the settings menu.
- Press and hold the power button until the power off or restart option appears, then press and hold the power off option until the “reboot to safe mode” option appears.
- Select reboot to safe mode.
After entering safe mode, you can delete various applications that are suspected of being carriers of viruses or malware through the Settings > Application menu. Delete the application if you suspect it, then restart the smartphone again to enter normal conditions as usual. That’s an easy way to delete stubborn applications on smartphones in a very simple way that can make your life easier.