Last Updated on November 28, 2023 by Bestusefultips
By default, safe mode is hidden on your Google Pixel device. In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to enable or disable safe mode in Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. When you turn on safe mode Google Pixel 8 and other Pixel devices, you can access only system default apps. All third-party apps are disabled until turned off safe mode.
Power Off or Restart your device to turn off safe mode Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, and other Pixel devices.
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How to Enable or Disable Safe Mode on Your Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro
Safe mode helps check any downloaded app causing problems on your Pixel phone, like app crashes or freezes, slowing down your Pixel, etc. Let’s see the process to put Google Pixel 8 in safe mode.
Enable Safe Mode in Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro When Powerd On Phone
Long-press the power button until you view the power menu.
Press the Power off button to see the Reboot to Safe mode pop-up on your Google Pixel phone and tap OK.
When you turn on your Pixel device, you can view the safe mode icon at the bottom left corner.
This will turn off all downloaded applications you have installed on your Pixel. Check if your Pixel is facing any issues in safe mode. If facing the problem, it means any hardware or software glitch. If you don’t face any problem in safe mode, any third-party app is causing the problem on your phone. Exit safe mode and delete the recently installed apps one by one until you find the app causing the trouble. After removing the app, re-install other apps from the Play Store.
Turn On Pixel in Safe Mode When Turn Off the Phone
Ensure that you turn off your Google Pixel device. Tap & hold the power button until the Google logo animation starts.
Now, release the power button & long-press the volume down key until the safe mode appears in your Pixel.
How to Turn Off Safe Mode (Disable Safe Mode) on Google Pixel: Pixel 8 & Pixel 8 Pro
Restarting or Powering off your Google Pixel device will turn off safe mode on your Google Pixel devices. Long-press the power button and tap Restart or power off to get rid of the safe mode.
And that’s it. Have you ever needed to boot your Google Pixel into safe mode? If yes, please share your issue with us in the comment section.
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Where is Safe Mode in Pixel 6?
Safe mode is hidden on your Pixel. When you enable it, the safe mode symbol is displayed at the bottom left corner of the Pixel devices.
What Does Safe Mode Actually Do?
Safe mode checks if any third-party app is causing the problem on your Android devices, like app crashes or freezes, slowing your Android device, etc.
What Does Emergency Mode Do on Google Pixel?
Google Pixel emergency mode is helpful for alerts in different situations. It will share your location and update your emergency contacts about Car crash detection, Crisis alerts, Emergency SOS (Press the power key 5 times or more or Call 112), medical information, etc.