The latest Samsung Galaxy M12 (6 GB RAM + 128GB) phone is one of the most popular smartphones due to its many features. But there comes a time when the device needs to go into the recovery mode to restore or reset the phone to it’s initial state or for other various tasks. Recovery mode offers different options such as wiping data from the device, applying a factory reset, installing a new OS and more. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to access the Samsung Galaxy M12 (6 GB RAM + 128GB) recovery mode.
Why do you need to Enter Recovery Mode?
- Installing a system update
- Flashing a new ROM
- Fixing a bootloop
- Removing a virus or malware
- Installing a custom ROM
- Wiping cache / factory reset
- Forcing the phone into Safe Mode
- Installing official firmware
How to Enter Recovery Mode in Samsung Galaxy M12 (6GB RAM + 128GB)
Following the steps below is all you need to do to enter the recovery mode on the Samsung Galaxy M12 (6 GB RAM + 128GB):
Press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously.
Once presented with options, select the ‘Recovery’ option.
You will then see an android logo with an on-going update installation process. Wait for the process to complete and the device will restart itself.
Once the device restarts, you will be presented with a menu that has different options such as Wipe Data / Factory Reset, Wipe Cache Partition, Reboot System Now and Apply Update from ADB. Make sure to select the desired option.
You have now successfully entered the recovery mode in your Samsung Galaxy M12 (6GB RAM + 128GB). From this point, you can start doing different tasks such as wiping data from the device, applying a factory reset, flashing a custom ROM among other operations. If you had any queries or need support with the process, feel free to reach out to us.