If you own a Galaxy S20, then you might want to know how to get into Recovery Mode. We’ll show you how to enter Recovery Mode on your Android device.
A stock recovery image is included with the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. The recovery image acts as a link between the user’s phone and its internal system. You can use the recovery mode to access the image.
You can use the recovery mode to update the software, perform a hard reset or create a backup. You can also tweak the Galaxy S20 to customize the Android system. TWRP or CWM recovery will be needed. After you have the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus in CWM or TWRP, you can gain root access, unlock the bootloader, remove bloatware and install a custom-ROM firmware. Here’s how to get into Samsung Galaxy S20 recovery mode.
Entering Recovery Mode on Samsung Galaxy S20
- Your smartphone should be turned off.
- At the same moment, press the Power, Volume Up, and Home buttons.
- Once the Android System Recovery screen appears, release the buttons.
- Navigate through the options by using Volume Down. To select the highlighted option, use the Power button.
Follow the steps above to enable “Recovery Mode” on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus.