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-Daren Humphries, one method you can try to get out of Safe Mode on your phone is to turn off the phone, remove the battery, and leave it out for a few minutes. When you put the battery back in and power on the phone, Safe Mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own, there could be an app that's causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
+Daren Humphries, one method you can use to get out of Safe Mode is to turn off the phone, remove the battery, and leave it out for a few minutes. When you put the battery back in and power on the phone, Safe Mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own, there could be an app that's causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
==== How to disable Safe Mode ====
# Remove the battery while the device is on.
# Leave the battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure.)
# Place the battery back into the S II.
# Push in the Power button to turn on the phone.
# Let the device power on as normal, without holding any buttons.
Once the device is on the home screen, you should no longer see Safe Mode displayed in the lower left corner.
Hope this helps, good luck.

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-Daren Humphries, one method you can try to get out of safe mode on your phone is to turn off the phone, remove the battery, and leave it out for a few minutes. When you put the battery back in and power on the phone, Safe mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own, there could be an app that's causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
+Daren Humphries, one method you can try to get out of Safe Mode on your phone is to turn off the phone, remove the battery, and leave it out for a few minutes. When you put the battery back in and power on the phone, Safe Mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own, there could be an app that's causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
==== How to disable Safe Mode ====
# Remove the battery while the device is on.
# Leave the battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure.)
# Place the battery back into the S II.
# Push in the Power button to turn on the phone.
# Let the device power on as normal, without holding any buttons.
Once the device is on the home screen, you should no longer see Safe Mode displayed in the lower left corner.
Hope this helps, good luck.

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-Daren Humphries, try to get out of safe mode on your phone is to turn off the phone, remove the battery and leave it out for a few minutes. Put the battery back in and power on the phone. Safe mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own then it could be an app causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
+Daren Humphries, one method you can try to get out of safe mode on your phone is to turn off the phone, remove the battery, and leave it out for a few minutes. When you put the battery back in and power on the phone, Safe mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own, there could be an app that's causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
==== How to disable Safe Mode ====
-# Remove battery while device is on
-# Leave battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure)
-# Place the battery back into the S II
-# Push in the Power button to turn on
-# Let device power on without holding any buttons as normal
+# Remove the battery while the device is on.
+# Leave the battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure.)
+# Place the battery back into the S II.
+# Push in the Power button to turn on the phone.
+# Let the device power on as normal, without holding any buttons.
-Once the device is on the home screen, you should no longer see Safe mode displayed in lower left corner.
+Once the device is on the home screen, you should no longer see Safe Mode displayed in the lower left corner.
Hope this helps, good luck.

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-Daren Humphries, try to get out of safe mode on your phone is to turn off the phone , remove the battery and leave it out for a few minutes. Put the battery back in and power on the phone. Safe mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own then it could be an app causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
+Daren Humphries, try to get out of safe mode on your phone is to turn off the phone, remove the battery and leave it out for a few minutes. Put the battery back in and power on the phone. Safe mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own then it could be an app causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.
-How to disable Safe Mode
+==== How to disable Safe Mode ====
-Remove battery while device is on
-
-Leave battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure)
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-Place the battery back into the S II
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-Push in the Power button to turn on
-
-Let device power on without holding any buttons as normal
+# Remove battery while device is on
+# Leave battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure)
+# Place the battery back into the S II
+# Push in the Power button to turn on
+# Let device power on without holding any buttons as normal
Once the device is on the home screen, you should no longer see Safe mode displayed in lower left corner.
Hope this helps, good luck.

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Contribution d'origine par : oldturkey03 ,

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Daren Humphries, try to get out of safe mode on your phone is to turn off the phone , remove the battery and leave it out for a few minutes. Put the battery back in and power on the phone. Safe mode should be gone. If it comes back on its own then it could be an app causing the problem. Uninstall one app at a time to check which one is giving you trouble.

How to disable Safe Mode

Remove battery while device is on

Leave battery out for 1-2 minutes. (I usually do 2 minutes to be sure)

Place the battery back into the S II

Push in the Power button to turn on

Let device power on without holding any buttons as normal

Once the device is on the home screen, you should no longer see Safe mode displayed in lower left corner.

Hope this helps, good luck.

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