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How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Vivo Y89

How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Vivo Y89

Boot Vivo Y89 into Safe Mode: If you are a techie, you might be aware of the terms such as Hard Reset or Factory reset, installing Custom Recoveries, ROMs, etc and you might also be knowing the importance of Safe Mode in all such activities. However, for others, the very common use of safe mode for any android device is to check whether their device is running smoothly without any lack of performance or not.

With the Safe Mode of your device, you can distinguish between the performance of your device when third-party applications are installed and when they are disabled, i.e. in Safe Mode.

Hence, from the point of view of performance issues and testing, Safe Mode is a reliable way to depend on. And that is what will be our today’s topic dedicated to. In this article, today, we will be discussing How to boot your Android into Safe Mode.

 

 Boot Into Safe Mode on Vivo Y89

Rebooting your Android in safe mode will temporarily disable all the downloaded apps that do not default or have not come with the phone.

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When you are in safe mode, you can see the change in performance than normal mode and this would let you know if there is any harm in the normal mode because of some app or software. If you come across any app that causes a hazard to your device, you can delete it directly through settings.

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How to Boot Vivo Y89 into Safe Mode?

Boot Vivo Phones into Safe Mode

Here are two methods by which you can boot your Android in Safe Mode.

Method 1: Boot Vivo Y89 into Safe Mode through Power Menu

Before getting into the process of booting your Android into Safe mode let me bring it to your notice that some older devices and fewer new ones cannot access Safe Mode through this procedure. You will have to check your device performance.

Step 1. Hold down the Power Button of your Android for one or two seconds. A small pop up menu will appear then on the screen.

Step 2. On that pop menu, press and hold Power Off for a few seconds. This will bring to you another pop-up menu confirming if you want to boot into safe mode. Press Ok to let the device know your confirmation.

Step 3. When you see in a small font Safe Mode written in the bottom of your Android, you will know that your device has a reboot in Safe Mode.

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Method 2: Boot Vivo Y89 into Safe Mode via Volume Buttons

To be honest, this method is quite an extension of the previous one. However, if the above method fails somehow, this is the best option that resides with you.

How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Vivo Y89

 

Step 1. Hold down the Power Button of your Android for one or two seconds. A small pop up menu will appear then on the screen.

Step 2. On that pop menu, Select the Power Off Option. And let your device turn off completely.

Step 3. Press and hold the Power Button and turn your Phone on again.

Step 4. Just when this procedure is going on, quickly press and hold both the Volume Up and Volume Down Buttons on your Android. When your device is booting, simultaneously keep holding the two buttons as well.

Step 5. When your Android turns on, you will see a small tag sort of patch of Safe Mode on your screen. The appearance of this tag will notify you of your device being in Safe mode. This patch generally appears on the left bottom of your screen.

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Specifications of Vivo Y89

How to Boot Into Safe Mode on Vivo Y89

The Vivo Y89 comes with 6.26 inches display size and 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution.

The display type is IPS LCD Capacitative touchscreen with 16 M Colors.

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The OS is Android 8.0 Oreo with Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 and Adreno 506 GPU.

The Internal storage is 64 GB, 4 GB RAM. And microSD up to 256 GB.

The rear camera is of 16 MP, 2 MP and the front camera is of 16 MP.

The battery is non-removable Li-Po 3260 mAh battery and the price is about 14,990.

Wrapping Up:

So, guys, this was all about booting your Android into Safe Mode. Hope you all found this article useful in the rebooting of Android into Safe Mode. Of course, I would recommend you to try the first method first since it includes just a few quite long clicks and your task will be accomplished. However in case, the first method fails to operate for you, the second is the one you can give a shot.

Since Booting your device into Safe Mode will help you in many processes like Recovery Mode, Hard Reset, Custom Recovery and most importantly in checking if your device is working properly and not affected by any app or update.

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