If you usually read our articles, then you will know that unfortunately many times we have to recommend our readers to enter the Recovery Mode of our device, because it is the only way to reuse them and that they are not useless. We say this precisely taking into account that in case if we lose the unlock pattern and we do not remember our Gmail account, the Recovery Mode is the only one that will be useful to finally rescue the device.
Well, we have already taught how to take advantage of Recovery Mode in many of the main phones today, and in this case we wanted to stop at what was the flagship of the Korean firm Samsung two years ago, we are certainly talking about the Galaxy S5. Well, the truth is that it is totally possible to talk about Recovery Mode on the Samsung Galaxy S5, so if you want to know all the details about it, you just have to follow the following steps that we show you.
Entering Recovery Mode on the Galaxy S5
Well, among the main reasons why it is convenient to know how to access the Recovery Mode of the Galaxy S5 or any other terminal, we can mention that it is the easiest way to repair the phone’s operating system, something very useful when operating system updates fail. In the same way we have to say that it has been specially developed by case to save some content that we consider extremely important in flash ROM (internal).
Well, let’s think first of all then that the Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with Android 4.4.2 KitKat, and although it is true that it is completely upgradeable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, many of the users continue with its previous version, so it is the one we will take into account. The Galaxy S5 is a completely complete device, and if you have access to Recovery Mode, You can configure it in such a way that you continue to enjoy it for much longer, so that is a bit of the idea in this sense.
Well, the Recovery Mode of the Galaxy S5 is available for practically all versions of this mobile device from the Korean firm, although if we talk about particular models, we have to mention specifically the G900A, G900F, G900H, G900i, G900K, G900L, G900M, G900P, G900R4, G900S, G900T, G900V. If you have another terminal other than the Galaxy S5, we cannot confirm that by following these steps you will have the possibility of accessing Recovery Mode.
The first thing we are going to do then is turn off our Galaxy S5, always thinking about entering Recovery Mode, for which we are going to press and hold the Volume Up + Home + Power buttons until the screen turns on again. At this point, we release the buttons, and we will see that we can enter Recovery Mode, either to increase or decrease the volume, so we can slide between its different menus using the same buttons.
We will have to move between the menus until we find the option of Recovery Mode, which is the one that will allow us to enter what comes to be an alternative menu of the device, and from there we will have the possibility then to start taking advantage of our device as the day that it was new. Of course, you have to know that the Recovery Mode causes all the contents to be lost. Therefore, from time to time it is convenient to have a backup saved.
Have you been able to enter the Recovery Mode of your Samsung Galaxy S5 mobile device with this tutorial?