If your Oppo A56s smartphone has problems like:
With Safe Mode, you'd better be very careful when uninstalling an application. Some background applications play an important role in the android system operation.
An Android device started with Safe Mode has higher performance than normally launched devices. This is because many background applications that consume RAM do not run when Safe Mode is on.
How To Enter Safe Mode On Oppo A56s
You can enter the Oppo A56s safe mode screen for offers many useful options, following the instructions below:
- Turn off the device.
- Press and hold Power button.
- Tap Restart.
- When the device is restarting, press the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously.
- When the device logo appears, release the Power button and continue to press the Volume Down.
- If you see Safe Mode in the lower-left corner after the device restart, Safe Mode is on, otherwise you need to repeat the process.
If your Oppo A56s powers on, but won't load the operating system or only boots to the brands logo, this is a symptom of corrupted software. You'll need to perform a hard reset to have the operating system reinstalled to get your device working again.
To exit the Oppo A56s safe mode screen, simply restart the device in the normal way.