Recovery mode is present in all Android phones apart from the phone’s OS. The main purpose of recovery mode is to fix the issues like overheating, lag in performance without any involvement of the phone’s OS.

Specifically talking about Samsung devices, Samsung galaxy recovery mode fixes all the above-mentioned issues with ease. As of now, there’s no tool available to fix such issues in Samsung devices but with the Android recovery mode, Samsung device’s issues can easily be solved. With a few key combinations and the use of the ADB command, the concerns can be resolved.

What is Samsung Android Recovery?

With the aid of galaxy recovery mode, users can do many things like factory reset, cache partitions, and can wipe the entire or desired data. It also helps users to install the OTA update.zip package in order to manually update the software of their device.

Samsung Recovery Booting

In order to effectively boot your Samsung device, follow the procedure carefully so that you can very conveniently perform Samsung system recovery.

  • First of all, turn off your Samsung phone by pressing and holding the ‘power off’ button.
  • Now press the power button + home button + volume up button altogether and hold for some seconds.
    In a while, you’ll see that the Samsung logo appears and your phone restarts.
    Hence, you have now entered the recovery mode.

For instance, if a menu appears, then go to option ‘recovery mode’ and then press the power button for a few seconds, you will enter.

Apart from that you can also use Samsung Odin Software to flash the stock firmware of your Samsung device.

Recovery Mode Samsung – Without Pressing Keys

ADB Commands can also help you to reboot and enter the recovery mode. For this, you’ll require a laptop or PC.

  • Firstly on your system, download the ‘latest SDK platform- tools.zip’ and extract it.
  • Now go to the folder ‘platform-tools’ which has fastboot files and ADB.
  • Now to the address bar of the folder type ‘‘cmd’’ and hit enter.
  • This will launch its command window.
  • Be sure that you have installed the ‘Samsung USB Driver’ on the system and on the device you have enabled the ‘USB Debugging’.
  • Now connect your Samsung phone with the PC/laptop via USB cable.
  • Now execute the command [ ADB devices ], to check if your device and ADB server are connected.
  • Now type the command ‘ADB reboot recovery’ and hit enter.
  • Finally, your Samsung phone/tablet will reboot in recovery mode and you don’t have to press any keys to get your Android recovery screen.

Here it’s also important to make our readers aware, what is Reboot To Bootloader Meaning- This is an option through which a user can enter download mode directly from the ‘recovery menu’ in their Samsung devices.

Ricky Klinger
Hi, This’s is Ricky Klinger, 23, a humanoid attracted to the latest technology. I spend most of my time working on my laptop with a cup of coffee. Apart from writing tech articles on this blog, I give my services as a software developer in California.

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