When it comes to customization, Android phones are always there if you are looking to install your firmware, root your device, flash custom files, factory restart and so many more ways of taking care of your device. The same goes for Samsung Galaxy phones and if you are looking for ways to enter recovery mode in Galaxy phones, the good news is that we are here to help you with the process.
The process to enter recovery mode in Galaxy phones is not going to take a lot of time but hey, we are going to walk you through the process.
Enter Recovery Mode on Your Galaxy Phones in a Few Seconds
Remember that if you are going to go ahead and enter recovery mode on your Galaxy phone, then it is just for Samsung phones that use a combination of power/Bixby buttons. This means that all Galaxy phones like the Galaxy S20 and above.
So, let's not waste time and have a look.
Step 1: You can start by powering off your device.
Step 2: Once the device is powered off, the next step is to press and hold the power and volume up keys together for 5 seconds.
Step 3: The phone should boot into recovery mode and once you are there, you can navigate the recovery mode using the volume keys.
For those wondering, you can do several things in the recovery mode such as rebooting to bootloader (Download Mode), applying updates from ADB, applying updates from SD card (internal memory), wiping data and factory reset, wiping the cache partition, and more.
Needless to say, using recovery mode is really helpful whenever you are looking to be sure that you want to format your phone or just install an update. However, if you are not familiar with the options in recovery mode, we would advise using against it.
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