Safe Mode for Android phones is a diagnostic mode that helps you determine the source of the error that is causing your Android device to get stuck, restart, go on a boot loop, run slow, or freeze. If you have just installed a third-party app on your HTC phone and you are experiencing problems, then trying to fix these issues by booting into Safe Mode is recommended before performing a reset or having your device checked by a service center. This tutorial shows how to put your HTC phones in Safe Mode.
Downloading and installing apps from the App Store is easy. In fact, it is so easy you can inadvertently accumulate an endless list of app icons in your iPhone app drawer. Many of these you probably do not even remember of downloading. Aside from the mess these unused apps can create on your iPhone, every app requires a certain amount of storage space, a critical part of an iPhone since the device has no expandable memory. The best way to handle unused apps is to uninstall them. This tutorial describes how to uninstall iPhone apps quickly and easily.
If you have recently installed a third-party app on your LG phone and you are now having an issue with it (e.g., freezing, boot loops, slow performance, etc.), then booting your device into Safe Mode may help you fix the problem. Booting LG phones in Safe Mode puts them in diagnostic mode, and your phone will have limited functionality to prevent buggy apps from starting. If you want to know how to start LG phones in Sade Mode, keep reading.
A common fix for most computers whenever there are problems with the system is to start in them in Safe Mode. When in Safe Mode, a computer will boot without performing the standard boot processes. (e.g., Autoexec.bat and config.sys files will be disabled, auto-run programs will not auto-run, and device drivers such as printers or scanners will not load.) This allows users to fix problems and program conflicts which cannot typically be resolved on standard boot. Safe Mode is also available for Android devices. Similar to its computer counterpart, Safe Mode for Android allows the device to run in a diagnostic state so that you can check if a recently installed app is causing problems within your system. This issue may cause phones to freeze, reset, or run slow. This tutorial focuses on how to boot Samsung Galaxy phones into Safe Mode.
An iPhone that is stuck is a major headache. There is nothing more frustrating than seeing an iPhone 5C Blue that is stuck on a blank screen or on the Apple logo. If your iPhone keeps restarting or freezing on a black screen, I have good news for you. Tenorshare‘s Reiboot fixes iPhones with these issues. Whether you have an iPhone that is stuck in headphone mode or you have a problem with the iPhone blue screen, Reiboot fixes issues like these.
As we bid farewell to 2016, what better way to start 2017 than by learning something new. Whether you want to perform better in school or you want to learn how to speak a foreign language, you can find an app to assist you. I have checked out the best apps that teach new subjects and have compiled them for you. I have come up with the top five learning apps that are available for both Android and iOS users. The best part is that all of these apps are free!