Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus is one of the latest flagship devices launched by Samsung. It is the most powerful phone in this year’s lineup of Android devices and is packed with cutting-edge features. But at times, the phone might not work as expected and might require a hard reset to bring it back in order. The hard reset or factory reset process should be done with extreme caution as it wipes away all the data stored on your device and puts it back to its original settings. However, it can be a useful tool for troubleshooting various issues like when your device is stuck in a boot loop or if your device is infected with malware.
Why Boot into Recovery Mode?
- It enables you to perform a factory reset on your device, restoring it to its original settings
- It enables you to wipe the Dalvik cache, which can help resolve some software and performance issues
- It enables you to install software updates on your device, which help you to get the latest features and performance improvements
- It can help you to unlock the bootloader of your device, allowing you to root your device
How to Boot Into Recovery Mode in Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus
- Turn off your device by pressing and holding the power button until the device powers down.
- Now press and hold the power button and Home button together until you see the Samsung logo on the screen.
- After the Samsung logo appears, release the power button, but continue to hold the Home button until the Recovery Menu screen appears. You can now let go of the Home button.
- You will now see the Recovery Menu screen on your device.
- Now, use the volume buttons to move up and down the list of options. Once you have highlighted the option you want, press the power button to select it.
You have successfully entered the recovery mode on your Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus. Now you can perform a factory reset, wipe the Dalvik cache, install software updates, and unlock the bootloader as per your requirements.