Tweaking your LG G Pro 2 might be a risky thing to do, even though like any other Android device, you smartphone can be easily customized and optimized. But, if you are using risky guides and methods that aren’t compatible with your G Pro 2 (or tutorials that hasn’t been tested on the mentioned phone) you can end up in bricking your phone. Well, mainly because of that, during this dedicated step by step guide I will show you how to enter recovery mode on your LG G Pro 2.

Booting your LG G Pro 2 in recovery mode is usually being required (as you can already figure it out) each time you need to fix some problems, or when you have to fix your bricked Android smartphone. By using the recovery mode you can apply various operations like making a hard reset, or factory reset, clearing cache, applying an official update - entering download mode might also be requaired in this case, making a backup and lot more. So, besides fixing errors from your device you can also apply many other procedures that can be performed for removing lags, bugs, for speeding up the LG G Pro 2, and so on.

Usually the recovery mode represents a link between the user and the internal system of its Android device. If the phone is also rooted and installed with a custom recovery image, like CWM or TWRP recovery, the user can apply unofficial operations like flashing a custom ROM firmware, installing a custom kernel, overclocking the CPU, removing bloatware and in build apps, add new features that can’t be found on the default version of Android OS and lot more. The best is that the steps from below are compatible with both stock and custom recovery image so you can use this guide anytime you want.

Furthermore, the process described here is the official one which means that you don’t have to use a custom app in order to enter recovery mode on your LG G Pro 2 – which by the way usually requires root access. Basically by using the guidelines from below you will be able to boot into recovery mode by using a sequence of volume up / down and power buttons. Thus, this guide can be easily completed even by a newbie who is using an Android smartphone for the first time. Anyway, we should get started as the was all about entering recovery on the LG G Pro 2 – do note that the steps from below have been tested only for the mentioned phone, so the same might not work on another Android device (don’t try this tutorial unless you own the G Pro 2).

How to Enter Recovery Mode on LG G Pro 2

  1. Star by turning off your phone; if you can’t manage to shut down your device, just press power button for about 15 seconds.
  2. After shutting down your phone, wait a few seconds before heading to the next step.
  3. At this point you have to press the volume down and power button at the same time for 2 or 3 seconds; keep pressing both buttons until the LG logo appears on the display.
  4. Then release the power key and then press and hold it again.
  5. Keep pressing both keys until the recovery mode menu will be displayed on your LG G Pro 2.
  6. You can easily reboot into Android from recovery by selecting “reboot system now”.
  7. So, that was all for now.

Congratulations; you have successfully entered recovery mode on your LG G Pro 2. Now you can clear cache and wipe the system and also you can apply an official update and make a proper backup. Use the recovery menu and get used with the same. Then, if you have questions don’t hesitate and use the comments area from below for sharing your thoughts with us – we will try to assist you as soon as possible.

Raphael · 8 months ago

my phone hang on "NO COMMAND", plz what is the solution ?

Julija Kos · 4 years ago

I cannot get past the LG logo state and it wont do anything only show up the LG logo, not even turn on. it charges but nothing else than that and showing up the LG logo.

Babu · 4 years ago

Showing only hard reset option after doing this. Pls help

· 4 years ago
thienvuong · 5 years ago

tks but it not work with me :(

Nebojsa Trebjesanin · 5 years ago

i would appreciate if anyone knows when are custom recoveries coming for G Pro 2, also any news on ROMs and kernels?

I hope support is coming very soon, because I don't want to rely on LG for SW, just HW (like for any OEM)! Cheers! :)

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