Tired of your Samsung Galaxy S10 series phone (S10, S10E, S10+) acting strangely? Tired of tackling the malware? Don’t fret! Recovery mode is the solution that can help you troubleshoot all the problems that your device is facing. It is actually an independent, lightweight runtime environment that is included on a separate partition from the main Android operating system on all Android devices.
The recovery mode is used for more than just doing a factory reset. So here’s how you can boot your Samsung Galaxy S10 Recovery Mode.
Guide to Boot Samsung Galaxy S10 into Recovery Mode
We had also covered how you can boot your galaxy s10 into download mode. Here’s how to boot Samsung Galaxy S10 into Recovery Mode:
1. In order to boot the Samsung Galaxy S10 into Recovery Mode, you need to press and hold the Power Button for a few seconds. This will bring up the Power Menu.
2. The Power Menu will display three options – Power Off, Restart and Emergency Mode. You will need to select the Power Off button twice and wait until the smartphone shuts down completely.
3. Now you need to Press and hold the Power Button, Bixby Button and Volume up Button, all at the same time.
4. The phone will vibrate when the screen turns on and the phone will display the Samsung Galaxy S10 splash screen.
5. You would see a blue screen for a second right after the splash screen, and before you are taken to Recovery Mode.
6. Now let go of all the three buttons after you see the Stock Android recovery menu or your custom recovery menu.
7. Use the volume keys to highlight the options and the Power key to select the one you want.
Recovery mode is a very interesting and beneficial feature that allows you to restore factory settings on Samsung Galaxy S10 and return to previous settings and functions. In addition to that, it allows you to fix every minor trouble that your phone is facing.