Boot Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) in safe mode

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How to boot Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) in safe mode?

How to boot Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) in safe mode?

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answered Jan 12, 2016 by anonymous

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016)

    • Press and hold the 'start' button, as you would to turn off or restart
    • A menu will then appear
    • Tap and hold the "Power off"
    • If nothing happens, repeat the same operations with the "Restart"
    • A dialog box should appear, by offering a Safe Mode reboot.

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Method 2

This technique apparently works on Samsung

    • Press and hold the 'start' button, as you would to turn off or restart
    • A menu will then appear
    • Tap and hold the "Power off"
    • If nothing happens, repeat the same operations with the "Restart"
    • A dialog box should appear, by offering a Safe Mode reboot.

android

Method 2

This technique apparently works on Samsung

    • Press and hold the 'start' button, as you would to turn off or restart
    • A menu will then appear
    • Tap and hold the "Power off"
    • If nothing happens, repeat the same operations with the "Restart"
    • A dialog box should appear, by offering a Safe Mode reboot.

android

Method 2

This technique apparently works on Samsung Galaxy S4.

    • Turn off the phone
    • Turn it back on and hit repeatedly on the "menu" button on the touch screen.

Method 3

This technique works, apparently, Samsung Galaxy A3 and others.

    • Off the phone.
    • Relight the press and hold the button to decrease volume (Galaxy A3 and others), or the button to increase the volume (HTC and others), or even the last 2 buttons together (some Motorola), and this when appears on the manufacturer's logo screen.

If you managed to select Safe Mode, you will see the text "safe mode" in the lower left corner of the screen.

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To highlight Safe Mode, simply restart all.

If that does not work, try restarting using one of the buttons to press mentioned above, beginning with the first one you have used and continued, so on.

What to do once without active safe mode?

Here is a practical example to uninstall the malware Koler, mentioned above, since an infected Android tablet.

This type of malware installs itself as the BaDoink (apparently the name of a service "X" line, well known) as follows:

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After restarting in safe mode, third-party applications will no longer appear on the applications page, as shown below:

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Instead, go to the "Settings" menu and choose "Apps"

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This will bring up a list of applications (third) downloaded, including malware "Koler-infected baDoink"

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Tap BaDoink, it does not start, but will open the information on the application screen:

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Type Uninstall, and you're almost there:

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Choose [OK] to uninstall, and voila!

You can now restart to exit Safe Mode.

I hope this helps!

And in case, remember that Sophos Anti-Virus free and Security for Android, will prevent you from being infected from the outset by blocking applications, even before their first activation.

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Ticket inspired: "First Aid for Android: How to unlock your phone  ransomed" by Paul Ducklin Naked Security.

    • Turn off the phone
    • Turn it back on and hit repeatedly on the "menu" button on the touch screen.

Method 3

This technique works, apparently, Samsung Galaxy A3 and others.

    • Off the phone.
    • Relight the press and hold the button to decrease volume (Galaxy A3 and others), or the button to increase the volume (HTC and others), or even the last 2 buttons together (some Motorola), and this when appears on the manufacturer's logo screen.

If you managed to select Safe Mode, you will see the text "safe mode" in the lower left corner of the screen.

android

To highlight Safe Mode, simply restart all.

If that does not work, try restarting using one of the buttons to press mentioned above, beginning with the first one you have used and continued, so on.

What to do once without active safe mode?

Here is a practical example to uninstall the malware Koler, mentioned above, since an infected Android tablet.

This type of malware installs itself as the BaDoink (apparently the name of a service "X" line, well known) as follows:

android

After restarting in safe mode, third-party applications will no longer appear on the applications page, as shown below:

android

Instead, go to the "Settings" menu and choose "Apps"

android

This will bring up a list of applications (third) downloaded, including malware "Koler-infected baDoink"

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