Last Updated on November 2, 2022 by Bestusefultips
Do you want to start Google Pixel in safe mode? Safe mode is helpful to check whether any third-party app is causing the problems in your Google Pixel. You can use safe mode on your Pixel if your phone faces crashing or freezing problems, slow down Pixel, suddenly Pixel restart, etc. Here’s how to boot into safe mode Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7 devices.
When starting Google Pixel in safe mode, it will hide or disable downloaded apps. You can only access system default apps in your Pixels. All downloaded apps will be restored when you reboot again. Restart your Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro to get out of safe mode.
How to Start Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro in Safe Mode
Check out the two ways to enter your Google Pixel 7 series in safe mode.
Enable Safe Mode on Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7 (Powered On)
Step 1: Long-press the power button until you view the Power menu.
Step 2: Long-press the power off until the pop-up view Reboot to safe mode and tap on OK.
Step 3: View the Safe mode icon at the bottom left corner.
You can see disable third-party apps in your Pixel. If you’re Pixel running without any problems, it means the issue is because of any downloaded apps. Restart your phone to exit safe mode. Now, delete the recently installed app until you find the app causing the problems on Google Pixels.
Boot Into Safe Mode Google Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7 (Powered Off)
Step 1: Make sure to Turn off your Pixel 7 series.
Step 2: Long-press the power button until the Google logo animation start.
Step 3: When animation starts, long-press the volume down button until you can see the safe mode icon in your Pixel.
Turn Off Safe Mode Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro
Step 1: Long-press the power button until you view the power menu.
Step 2: Tap the Restart.
Alternative Way: Swipe down the notification panel twice at the top > Tap the Power button at the bottom right corner > Restart.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Does Safe Mode Delete Everything?
No, all your phone data is safe. Safe mode temporarily disables third-party apps from your device. All third-party apps will be restored when you disable safe mode on your Android phone.
How do I Put my Samsung phone in Safe Mode?
Make sure to power off your Samsung device. Long-press the power button until the Samsung logo appears. Now, Long-press the volume down button only until you see safe mode in the bottom left corner.
And that’s it. Have you ever needed to boot into safe mode on your Google Pixels? Tell us in below comment section.
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