Introduction:

Safe Mode is a useful feature on Xiaomi devices that helps troubleshoot issues by running the operating system with only essential applications and services. However, you might find yourself in a situation where you need to exit Safe Mode and return to the regular mode of operation. In this article, we will guide you through the process of removing Safe Mode on your Xiaomi device.

  1. Restart Your Xiaomi Device:

    The first and easiest step to try is restarting your Xiaomi device. Sometimes, Safe Mode can be exited simply by rebooting the device. Press and hold the power button until the power menu appears, and then select "Restart."

  2. Check the Volume Buttons:

    On certain Xiaomi devices, the Volume Up or Volume Down buttons may trigger Safe Mode. To exit Safe Mode, start by powering off your device completely. Then, power it back on and pay attention to the Volume buttons during the startup process. If you notice that the Volume Up or Down button is stuck or being pressed unintentionally, resolve the issue and restart your device.

  3. Remove Recently Installed Apps:

    If you entered Safe Mode after installing a new application, it's possible that the app is causing compatibility issues. Uninstalling the recently installed app might resolve the problem. To do this, follow these steps: a. Open the "Settings" app on your Xiaomi device. b. Tap on "Apps" or "Applications" (depending on your device model). c. Locate the recently installed app from the list and select it. d. Tap on "Uninstall" or "Remove" to remove the app from your device. e. Restart your device and check if Safe Mode has been disabled.

  4. Clear Cache Partition:

    Sometimes, a corrupted cache partition can cause your Xiaomi device to enter Safe Mode. Clearing the cache partition can help resolve this issue. Here's how to do it: a. Power off your Xiaomi device. b. Press and hold the Power button and Volume Up button simultaneously until the device vibrates and enters the recovery mode. c. Using the Volume buttons to navigate, select the "Wipe & Reset" or "Wipe Cache Partition" option. d. Confirm the selection by pressing the Power button. e. After the process is complete, select the "Reboot System" option to restart your device.

  5. Factory Reset (Last Resort):

    If all else fails, performing a factory reset on your Xiaomi device will remove Safe Mode but also erase all data on your device. Make sure to back up any important data before proceeding. To perform a factory reset: a. Go to the "Settings" app on your Xiaomi device. b. Tap on "System & Device" or "System & Updates" (depending on your device model). c. Select "Reset" or "Backup & Reset." d. Choose "Factory Data Reset" or "Erase All Data." e. Confirm the reset and wait for your device to restart.

Conclusion:

By following the steps outlined above, you should be able to remove Safe Mode from your Xiaomi device and return to normal operation. Remember to try the simpler methods first, such as restarting your device or checking the Volume buttons, before proceeding with more advanced troubleshooting steps.