Use this guide and learn how to successfully boot your Galaxy S5 phone in Stock or Custom Recovery Mode.
Read this entire post and you should be able complete the tutorial in under ten minutes, and from then on you won’t have any future problems of booting in Android Recovery Mode.
The Recovery Mode whether it is stock or custom variant will allow you to factory reset device, wipe its cache partition or apply any updates from ADB. If you have a custom Recovery, then you can always choose to flash a custom ROM, kernel or any other type of customization files that will improve your overall Android experience.
Galaxy S5 Recovery Mode is extremely easy to boot, as you will need to use several buttons combination and it will do. This guide works with any type of Galaxy S3 model, so you won’t need to look elsewhere for any other guide or tutorial.
How to boot Samsung Galaxy S5 Recovery Mode:
- Power off your device completely.
- if the phone doesn’t boot recovery after you complete the guide, then you have to remove its battery and re-insert it after a few seconds, then repeat the guide.
- Boot recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume Up, Home and Power, all at the same time.
- Release all buttons when the Galaxy S5 screen flickers and the main Recovery screen will appear.
That’s it, the Recovery Mode Stock or Custom CWM / TWRP should now appear on your device’s screen. Use the Reboot option to boot the phone in normal mode after you’re done.
In case you have a custom Recovery installed and the Galaxy S5 is rooted, then you can always choose to boot CWM or TWRP Recovery using an application. Below you can find them.
If the phone runs on a custom ROM, then you should look in all the ROMs options and features, check for an automatic way to display Reboot to Recovery function in the menu that appears when pressing for a long time the Power button.
Remember that the Galaxy S5 with custom Recovery support the installation of custom ROMs, kernels, format system, format partitions, and more.
Rooted Galaxy S5 devices can be booted in Custom Recovery using an applications such as GooManager for TWRP Recovery or ROM Manager for CWM Recovery. At this moment these apps might not support the Galaxy S5 device, but they will be upgraded soon enough.
These were all the steps that you had to read in order to successfully learn how to boot your device in Android Recovery Mode.