Electra 1131 iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak now offers an official Safe Mode for protection. Here's how to update and get it now.
Here's how you can boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode on your PC. If you're experiencing failures due to some incompatible installations, such as system drivers or apps, Safe Mode is your savior.
Android has now become a generally pretty stable platform/operating system for smartphones and tablets, and every new iteration only adds to that. Long gone are the days when an Android device would go into constant freezes, get repeated app Force Closes, or would generally become sluggish in performance; a huge of contribution of that goes to the open source development community, too, that strive day and night to make our devices more useful and stable. However, there still might be time when you install an app that doesn’t agree with your operating system or firmware version, or that might have some broken pieces of code, or any other issue, resulting in the same problems that we discussed above. Even worse are the cases when you start suffering from severe battery drain, or when the device itself goes into a boot loop after having installed a certain APK. For all those cases, Google has built-in a neat hidden feature in Android, called safe mode.