If you’re looking to troubleshoot a technical issue with your Samsung Galaxy A02s, booting into the Android Recovery Mode may be the solution. With the Recovery Mode, you can carry out a factory reset as well as other tasks. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to get your Samsung Galaxy A02s into Recovery Mode.
Why Entering Android Recovery Mode?
- Wipe Cache Partition – This helps clear out the cached data from the Galaxy A02s to help fix bugs and other software issues.
- Factory Reset – This option will revert the Samsung Galaxy A02s back to its factory settings.
- Software Update – This will allow you to check for and install software updates.
How to Boot into Recovery Mode in Samsung Galaxy A02s
Here’s how to get your Galaxy A02s into Recovery Mode.
Press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons simultaneously.
When the Samsung logo appears, release both buttons and press and hold only the Power key and Volume Up.
When the Android icons appear, let go of the power key but keep holding the Volume Up button.
You should now be in the Recovery Mode menu.
Getting your Samsung Galaxy A02s into Recovery Mode can be a useful tool for troubleshooting any technical issues you may be having. Now that you know how to get into Recovery Mode, you can wipe the cache partition, factory reset the device, or check for software updates.