Safe Mode can be really useful on your phone, when an app starts to misbehave, your phone starts crashing or your phone is infected by malware.
But what if you really need that superb backup tool you love? Well, don't fret, because I have the perfect solution for you...
UPDATE: This technique has been tested on the following devices:
- Moto G (Turbo Edition) (Android 6.0.1)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (Android 5.1.1)
- HTC Desire 816 (Android 5.0.1)
NOTE: This technique relies on something really simple that was probably overlooked by the developers and may be fixed in the future. I will be posting updates soon...
Open the app in normal mode.
Exit the app, but make sure you don't swipe it away from the 'Recent Apps' menu.
Reboot into Safe Mode by long-pressing the 'Power Off' option. The method to enter Safe Mode may vary on some devices.
You won't be able to run the app in Safe Mode
Open the 'Recent Apps' menu in Safe Mode
Tap on the app, and you will be able to run it.