Smartphone owners should have a trick or two up in their sleeves, especially when the phone starts acting strangely. One of such tricks is the Safe mode. If you are the owner of Moto G7 and your phone is not working properly, for instance, it is freezing or crashing, you can boot it into Safe mode to see how it behaves there. Here in this article, we are going to explain what the Safe mode is, why it is so handy, and we are also going to show you how to boot Moto G7 into Safe mode.
See also: How to update the software on Moto G7
What is Safe mode?
Safe mode is a sort of special mode that will start your phone without any third-party apps. All third-party apps are disabled when in Safe mode.
Sometimes, the cause of the issue on a smartphone is a third-party app. A single app can create many problems, like the crashing of other apps, or the entire phone, freezing and more. It is because some apps are poorly coded. So, when trying to fix something, you can boot the phone in Safe mode and see how the phone behaves. If it works fine in the safe mode, it means that one of the apps is responsible for the problem.
How to boot Moto G7 into Safe mode
Let’s see how to boot Moto G7 into Safe mode. Follow the steps below:
- Press and hold the Power key
- Next, tap and hold the Power button when it shows up on the screen
- You will see the option “Reboot to Safe mode”
- Tap Ok
- Your device will boot into Safe mode, and you will see Safe mode in the bottom left corner of the screen.
When in Safe mode, use your phone normally and see how it behaves. If the problem isn’t there any longer, it means one of the third-party apps is to blame. To exit safe mode, simply restart your phone. Then, you can uninstall apps one by one until the problem is resolved. You can start with the apps you installed recently. Or, you can perform a factory data reset on your Moto G7 and then set it up as a new device.
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