How To Enter Galaxy S7 Recovery Mode
For those that own a Galaxy S7, you may want to know how to enter the Galaxy S7 in Recovery Mode. The Recovery Mode process is a different boot sequence on all Android devices and we’ll explain how you can do it below.
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge comes installed with a stock recovery image. To explain, the recovery image is a link between the user and the phone’s internal system and the recovery image can be used trough recovery mode.
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Using the recovery mode, you can update the software, complete a hard reset, or create a backup. It’s also possible to tweak and adjust the Galaxy S7 for customizing the Android system, like CWM or TWRP recovery will be required. Once you get the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge into CWM or TWRP recovery, it’s possible to gain root access, unlocking the bootloader, removing bloatware, installing a custom ROM firmware and lot more. The following is a guide on how to enter Samsung Galaxy S7 recover mode.
How to Enter Recovery Mode on Samsung Galaxy S7:
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- Turn off your smartphone.
- At the same time, press the Power, Home and Volume Up buttons.
- When the Android System Recovery screen shows up, let go of the buttons.
- Use the Volume Down button to navigate through options. Use Power button to choose the highlighted option.
After you follow the guide above, you’ll be able to enter “Recovery Mode” on your Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.