Recovery mode is one of the hidden chamber of any Android device, no mater its tablet, camera or smartphone. Its very helpful in critical situation such as, when you forget your security password or pattern and you absolutely don’t have any clue of recovering it; solution is, boot into recovery mode and then wipe data /factory reset, this will delete all data that’s available in your device but you get back your device for regular use. You can also use recovery to install system updates; if you have custom recovery install then you can install custom ROMs, MODs and so much more. That’s why, if you wanna be an advance Android user then you should know a way to boot into recovery.
The easiest way to boot into recovery mode is by using custom apps that can easily take you into recovery mode by just a tap on the screen. However, we still recommend you to find the key combination of your device for recovery mode as app won’t help you to boot into recovery if your phone is locked.
How To Boot Into Recovery Mode on Any Android Device
- Download and install Quick Boot app from Google Play Store.
- Open the app and you will see four options that perform four different task – Reboot, Recovery, Bootloader and Power Off.
- Tap on Recovery and your Android device will reboot into Recovery Mode without manual effort.
This app require root access to perform available task. You must grant root access on SuperSU when asked. Quick Boot app really helpful when you feel problem pressing key combination or don’t know key combination to use advance Android features such as Recovery Mode.
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