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I have a Motorola Droid X2. Suddenly it is in safe mode and


Saturday 21st of April 2012 / justanswer.com
I have a Motorola Droid X2. Suddenly it is in safe mode and I don't know how to turn off the safe mode. I've tried holding the power button and power off. I've tried holding the menu button and power button at the same time. I've taken the battery out and reinstalled. Nothing works.Already Tried: I've held power button and power off at same time. I've held menu button and power on at same time. I've taken out the battery and reinstalled. I took it back to factory settings and started all over. Nothing worked.
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How to: Enter Safe Mode in Jelly Bean – Droid Life


Wednesday 11th of July 2012 / droid-life.com
 If your phone is ever acting extra whacky and you can’t seem to figure out the cause, you may want to try booting into Safe Mode for a bit, an option included in Jelly Bean (Android 4.1). When entering Safe Mode, your phone disables all third party apps, leaving only system apps behind.To enter safe mode, simply press and hold your Power button as you normally would to turn your phone off. When you are prompted to either Power off, toggle Airplane mode, or adjust volumes, long press on “Power off” until you see the Safe Mode menu appear. Press “OK” and boot into Safe Mode.Cheers Tony and @P3droid!
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I don't know how to turn off safe mode on my Motorola Droid


Monday 01st of February 2010 / droidforums.net
For some reason the phone went into safe mode, does anyone know how to get this off and go back to normal. I can't view any of my apps while its on safe mode.
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Safe Mode and "Battery Required"


Saturday 06th of April 2013 / androidforums.com
Hello everyone!Brand new here and thought you could help me, seeing as how VM tech support couldn't find their way out of a paper bag.Two or three nights ago, I opened my phone up to find a little big of moisture in it. (It was a couple or drops and I have no clue where they came from). Anyway, my phone began acting wonky and everytime I'd turn it on, it'd say "battery required", even if the battery was in and the phone would turn on like normal everytime the battery was inserted. Just to be safe, I put it in some rice for the night.It turned on once the next morning in safe mode, so I turned it off and on and it brought me to the same screen. I then booted it from recovery and it turned on just fine. However I've been noticing several things:My data goes out more frequently than usual, the phone also lags. It also said that it wasn't charging when it was and now says that it's charging when it's not. Afterwards, I called and VM offered me some support and shipped a new phone. I got the new phone and put the battery in and it said the same thing. I have a rooted phone that
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How to turn off safe mode?


Wednesday 20th of June 2012 / droidforums.net
hey everyone, i dropped my motorola droid in a lake about 3 days ago, i turned it on and it worked again but now its stuck in safe mode. when i turn it on it wont go past the little red dot. any help on how to fix this would be nice thanks!
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How to: Enter Safe Mode in Jelly Bean


Wednesday 11th of July 2012 / androidheadlines.com
 If your phone is ever acting extra whacky and you can’t seem to figure out the cause, you may want to try booting into Safe Mode for a bit, an option included in Jelly Bean (Android 4.1). When entering Safe Mode, your phone disables all third party apps, leaving only system apps behind.To enter safe mode, simply press and hold your Power button as you normally would to turn your phone off. When you are prompted to either Power off, toggle Airplane mode, or adjust volumes, long press on “Power off” until you see the Safe Mode menu appear. Press “OK” and boot into Safe Mode.Cheers Tony and @P3droid!…Continue Reading HereHow to: Enter Safe Mode in Jelly Bean – droid-life.com
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How-To: Hard Reset your Motorola Droid


Wednesday 11th of November 2009 / droidforums.net
To perform a hard reset on your Motorola Droid, perform the following steps.Turn off the Droid. If you are unable to turn off the Droid, remove the battery for 10 seconds, then replace it.Open the physical keyboard and press the X key while pressing and holding the Power Button. The device will turn on, keep holding these two buttons until a yellow triangle appears.Press the Volume Up and then the Camera button at the same time to get a menu to come up. You may have to press them more then once.You have now entered Recovery Mode.Use the Directional Pad on the Physical Keyboard to select the Format option.This should perform a factory reset of your device. You will of course lose all data. Please exercise caution before doing this without a backup.* Note: Contacts, etc. should be backed up to the cloud, so you should be safe with your address book.
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safe mode


Thursday 05th of August 2010 / androidforums.com
powered up the phone and it was in safe mode.. how to turn off?? thanks
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how to turn off safe mode on lg phone


Saturday 19th of October 2013 / androidforums.com
please can you help me to turn off safe mode on LG phone Metro ps
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Safe Mode


Saturday 04th of January 2014 / androidforums.com
How to turn on Safe ModeThe following steps will turn on safe mode and use it to fix app problems. 1. From any screen, press and hold the Power key2. Touch and hold Power off.3. Review the 'Reboot to safe mode' screen, and then tap OK. Note: The device will restart and 'Safe mode' appears in the lower-left corner.Uninstall any third-party apps that gave you problems.
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