Are you considering resetting your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G (8GB RAM + 256GB) device? Resetting your device can help solve a variety of issues and improve performance significantly. It’s a great way to start fresh and speed up your device. Resetting your device can generally be done with a few easy steps. In this guide, we will discuss how to successfully reboot your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G (8GB RAM + 256GB) into recovery mode.
Why Should You Boot Into Recovery Mode?
- Restore Factory Settings
- Remove Viruses and Malware
- Refresh Your Operating System
- Update Firmware
- Backup and Recover Your Data
How to Boot Into Recovery Mode with Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G (8GB RAM + 256GB)?
First, power off your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G (8GB RAM + 256GB). To do this, press and hold the power button until the power menu appears. Tap on the “Power Off” option from the menu.
Once your device is off, press and hold down the Volume UP, Bixby and Power buttons simultaneously. You may need to press and hold all three buttons for a few seconds.
When your device vibrates, release the power button but keep pressing down the Volume Up and Bixby. You will get a warning message, confirming that you want to boot into recovery mode. Release all the buttons and press Volume Up to continue.
You will then be taken to the recovery mode menu. Use the Volume Down button to navigate through the options and Volume Up to select the option you want. To exit out of recovery mode, select the “Reboot System Now”.
It’s always a good idea to take precautionary measures before you reset or reboot your device. Make sure you have backed up your data beforehand, as the process might delete any personal files you have. That’s it! You have successfully booted your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G (8GB RAM + 256GB) into recovery mode.