Steps to boot Galaxy S9/S9 Plus into recovery mode (enter recovery mode): The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus have been the most expected device of the year 2018. The South Korean manufacturer has stopped the waiting of users around the globe by finally unveiling the device prior to the big event of MWC 2018. The specifications of both devices came as expected and known from all the leaks that came before the launch.
Samsung has launched device by adding some cool specifications. Under the hood, both devices come with the Qualcomm flagship SoC the Snapdragon 845. The Galaxy S9 comes with a display size of 5.8-inch while the S9 Plus gets a bigger 6.2-inch display. The RAM is also different with S9 having a 4GB RAM and S9 Plus getting a 6GB RAM, but both devices have the same ROM of 64GB. The battery of the devices are also different, with a 3000 mAh battery added for S9 and the S9 Plus gets 3500 mAh battery. The S9 Plus gets a dual camera setup at the rear with 12 MP + 12 MP sensor, while S9 gets a single 12 MP sensor.
The recovery mode is a boot mode which can be a lifesaver at times for all users. In recovery mode, you can do a variety of thing like wiping the cache, performing a hard reset, booting into bootloader, and a lot more. You can boot into recovery mode by using a special key combination which will differ for different devices. The combination you should use on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus is given below.
Steps to boot Galaxy S9/S9 Plus into recovery mode
- Power off the device
- Press and hold Volume up, Bixby, and Power button
- Tap on the no command screen when it appears on the device
- Now you are in the recovery mode
The important thing to note is that you won’t have touch screen access when in recovery mode. You can navigate through the options using volume keys, and power key should be used to select an option. If you have any queries or feedback leave a comment below.
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