For many of us, the fact that you can log in to a safe mode without any third-party software has become commonplace in a Windows PC.
But few people know that the same possibility is in smartphones and tablet PCs running Android.
In safe mode, Android will not download any third-party applications.
This allows you to troubleshoot devices: spontaneous reboot, hangup, battery problems, etc.
In safe mode, you can remove unoptimized software.
To reboot in Safe Mode on Android 4.1 or later, press and hold the power button until the Power Options menu appears.
In the menu that appears, select Power off. After that you will be asked to go into safe mode. Click OK.
After the proposed operations are performed, the device will start the reboot process. This may take some time.
After loading, the "Safe Mode" field will be displayed in the lower left corner.
In this mode, you will only have access to thoseApplications that come with the device. The installed applications will be deleted, and the widgets you add will disappear. Try using the device for a while in this mode. If your problems related to rebooting, hang-up, overheating, etc. disappear, remove the applications you have installed.