If you experience any technical difficulty with your Samsung Galaxy S9 and need to reset it, you may need to boot up into recovery mode first. Boot in the recovery mode allows users to wipe data/factory reset, update software, and several other features designed to fix system errors and crashes.
Why Should You Boot Up into Recovery Mode?
Boot up of your Samsung Galaxy S9 into Recovery Mode is beneficial if you are experiencing any of the following:
• Blue screen of death
• Random Restart Looping
• Environment optimization failed message
• Data Corruption
How to Boot into Recovery Mode on Samsung Galaxy S9
Follow the given steps to boot into Recovery Mode on your Samsung S9:
1. Turn off the device.
2. Press and hold the Volume Up, Power and Bixby (the one below the volume) keys together.
3. Release them when the Samsung logo appears.
4. You should be brought to the Recovery Mode.
Note: Navigation within the Recovery Mode is done using the volume keys and the power button. So, to scroll up and down use the volume keys, and to select you need to press the power key.
By following the steps mentioned above you can successfully boot into recovery mode on your Samsung Galaxy S9. This will enable you troubleshoot, reset and update your device quickly and easily without running into any issues.