The Recovery Mode is a mode used by general audiences and tech enthusiasts for a wide variety of tasks like installing the firmware, wiping the cache partition, factory resetting, booting to download mode, and more. Just days after the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series was launched, people already have the rooting binary and custom recoveries in hand.
There is a plethora of tweaks awaiting you but you need to check off a few prerequisites – booting your device to Recovery Mode. In this guide, you will get to know how to boot Samsung Galaxy S23 to Recovery Mode.
How to boot Samsung Galaxy S23 to Recovery Mode
There are two different methods for booting your device to recovery mode. You need to go through them and try out the one that syncs up with your requirement the best.
Method 1: Using Volume and power keys
- Power off your device
- Connect it to your PC using a USB cable
- Press and hold the Volume Up + Power buttons together for around 7 seconds
- Your device will now boot to Recovery Mode
Read More: How to boot Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra to Download Mode
Method 2: Via ADB Commands
This is the more technical approach but it is still a great option to have. Here are the steps to follow –
- Go to Settings -> About Phone -> Software Information
- Tap on Build Number seven times to enable Developer Options
- Head over to Developer Options and enable the toggle beside USB Debugging
- Download and extract Android SDK Platform Tools on your PC
- Head over to the address bar, type in CMD, and then hit Enter to launch Command Prompt
- Execute the following command in the CMD window for booting your device to Recovery Mode –
adb reboot bootloader
- If that command doesn’t work, you should execute the following command –
adb reboot download
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