Entering the recovery mode on the Galaxy A7 is easy. Follow this ridiculously easy tutorial to find out.
Entering the recovery mode is very import if you want the most out of your smartphone. By accessing the recovery mode, you can flash custom ROMS, recoveries and kernels. You can also push OTA updates on your phone, install new firmware and any other app that can help you boost your phone’s performance. Hence, you fully optimize, personalize and customize your Android device, you’ll need to enter recovery mode. Luckily, there are two very easy ways to achieve that.
Using the Hardware Buttons
Using the hardware buttons is the most easiest and seamless method to enter recovery mode on your Galaxy A7. If you follow the steps here, it’s just like a walk in the park
- Power off your phone.
- Press and hold the Power key, Volume Up key and the Home key all at the same time
- Release these buttons when you see Recovery Mode screen pop up on your display.
- The touch of your phone has now been disabled. You can navigate the menu using the Volume rockers and the Power button to select an option.
If you can’t do the above-mentioned procedure or you are in the processing of flashing some files on your Galaxy A7, then a computer can help you to enter recovery mode. But, it must be crucial that you have the ADB driver of your device installed on your computer.
- Connect your smartphone with your computer using the USB cord.
- Go to android-sdk-“windows\platform-tools.” Here, click right and the shift key to open a command prompt window.
- Type the command “adb reboot recovery” and then press enter.
Your device will now turn off automatically and will boot into the recovery mode. Navigate the recovery menu using the Volume rockers and Power key to select.
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