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How to Boot into Recovery without Key Combination

Recovery mode is one of the powerful secret feature of any Android device, no mater its tablet, camera or smartphone. Its allow you to update your device via recovery when OTA option don't work. Its particularly helpful, when you forget your security password or pattern and you absolutely don’t have any clue of recovering it; solution is, boot into recovery mode and then wipe data /factory reset. Though this will delete all data that’s available in your device but you get back your device for regular use. Though the stock recovery don't offer much but thing get interesting when you have a custom recovery installed. With the help of a custom recovery you can easily install custom ROMs, kernels and mods. That’s why, if you wanna be an advance Android user then you should know a way to boot into recovery.

Read: How to install TWRP Recovery [latest] on any Android device

You can always boot into recovery via adb and fastboot command. However, if you have a rooted device then custom app can help you out. However, we still recommend you to find the key combination of your device for recovery mode as app won’t help you to boot into recovery if your phone is locked.

How to Boot into Recovery without Key Combination

How to boot into recovery using ADB / Fastboot command

Depending on your device bootloader either adb or fastboot command will work.

  1. Download and install ADB / Fastboot if you don't have it already.
  2. Connect your device to PC.
  3. Now on your computer open a command prompt (on Windows) or terminal (on Linux or macOS) window, and type: adb reboot recovery or fastboot reboot recovery (command depend on your device bootloader)

How to boot into recovery using app

  1. Download and install Quick Reboot app from Google Play Store. You must have a rooted device. [ReadHow To Root Any Android Device (Mobile / Tablet / Camera / TV)]
  2. Open the app and you will various boot option from there tap on Reboot Recovery.
  3. Your Android device will reboot into Recovery Mode without manual effort.


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