Find out how you can exit the safe mode on the Samsung Galaxy S II when you have entered in Safe Mode to fix your mobile issue.

When your mobile device is having trouble sometimes it can force itself into safe mode so that you could continue to run your phone and fix the problem app that the cause the phone to crash. But when you are done how do you get out of Safe Mode? Here's how:

1. Turn off the phone by pressing the Power button.

2. Then pull out the battery. Wait for 30 seconds.

3. Now put the battery back in.

4. Start up the device and see if the Safe Mode on the left hand corner has disappear. If it's not there then you have successfully started your phone in the standard mode.

Another solution provide by Gillian Buchanan from a comment below:

1. Hit the Power Off button on the right side of the handset.

2. Press Restart.

As soon as Restart is pressed hold down the Menu button on the left at the bottom. Keep it held down until the phone has completely restarted.

Thanks Gillian.

 
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Ive tried this, and everything else on the Web,. And I mean EVERYTHING,.! Nothing is working,. can someone please give me any other New options,.
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Thank you for sharing this information. It saved me from removing the cover and battery.
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Thank you Gillian. Restarting and holding down menu button worked & it saved me removing the cover and battery. :-)
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Thanks Gillian!!!! I work for a phone company and I had a customer come in with this issue and it worked.
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Thank you Gillian for how to exit the safe mode it really help and works.now i can easily remove safe mode everytime it went on.

Best regards!
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It\'s really helpful to me... by the way I\'m very confused about this problem last 17 hours..
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Thanks to Gillian Buchanan... Its really works..
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this step doesnt work
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Gillian Buchanan Monday, 14 January 2013
I just removed the Safe Mode message by doing as follows:-

Hit the Power Off button on the right side of the handset.

Press Restart.

As soon as Restart is pressed hold down the Menu button on the left at the bottom. Keep it held down until the phone has completely restarted.

Message gone and no need for battery removal.

Hope this helps!
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Sue, Shaun - can you try to let the battery runs empty, than take it out wait for awhile than put it back in?
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