As a common but useful way to fix Android software issues, the recovery mode on Android would be known by many users. In this mode, users are allowed to wipe cached data, factory reset, reboot system, etc. to solve some Android problems. So, in order to make full use of Android recovery mode, users need to know more details about it.
Recovery mode is a bootable partition in Android phone. Once entering this mode, users are able to access some core functioning in the device. Meanwhile, it can help users to repair installations and install official OS updates by using a combination of key presses or instructions from a command line sometimes.
After entering the recovery mode on Android, you can:
- Reboot system: It can help to boot your phone into normal status.
- Apply update from external storage: This option can detect and update the information saved in external storage easily.
- Wipe data/factory reset: Factory reset is a frequently-used but helpful means to fix Android problems. So when you meet some Android issues that can't be solved, you can try this method at first.
- Wipe cache partition: This feature would wipe the temporary data on your device only rather than erase all the Android files.
Generally, users are strongly suggested to backup their Android files before booting into recovery mode. The reason is that the data is very likely to be lost or erased during the recovering process. Thus, finding a convenient way to move your files to computer or other storage is essential. Here, Android Mobile Manager is a good option.
With this tool, you are able to backup all the files on your phone with one simple click. Can't believe it? Just go with the details below to have a try.
- Download and install the program on your computer.
- Run the installed program on your computer and then link your mobile phone to computer via USB cable or Wi-fi. Here, remember to open USB debugging on your device if you select the USB connection.
- Navigate to Super Toolkit> Backup and you will get a pop-up window with several categories which can be backed up. Just tick all the files that you want to backup and tap on Back Up to begin the transmission.
Now let's see how to boot an Android phone into recovery mode and how to exit the mode.
1. Enter recovery mode
Normally, you can boot your phone into recovery mode by pressing the Volume Down and Power button simultaneously until you see some options listed on the screen. However, if you are using Samsung device, HTC or other phones that can't be booted into recovery mode by using this way, you can click here to get the solutions.
Once you get into the recovery mode, you can select the option like Wipe cache partition by using Volume Up/Down and Power button to fix your device.
2. Exit recovery mode
To exit the mode, you can simply select the Reboot system now option and press the Power button to restart your phone into normal status.
Except that, you can also press Home and Power keys to forcibly turn off the device and turn it back on with Power button.
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