In this article, we will tell you how to boot your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus into recovery mode. The Recovery Mode will come in handy when you need to wipe your device in case if anything goes wrong with your device. Read ahead to know how to boot Galaxy S9 into Recovery Mode.
The recovery mode allows users to wipe cache files or perform a factory reset, which will come in handy if the device gets into soft brick. In some cases, you can even install the OTA update from the recovery mode by selecting the ‘Apply update from ADB‘ or ‘Apply update from SD Card‘.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ do not come with a physical home button, which, in the past, was one of the buttons used to getting the device to boot into recovery mode. This time around, the key combinations are slightly different.
Boot Galaxy S9/S9+ Into Recovery Mode
To boot Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus into recovery mode, follow the below steps carefully:
- Switch off your device. Wait for a few seconds to make sure the device is completely turned off.
- Press and hold Bixby Button + Volume Up Button and then press the Power Button.
- Let go of only the Power Button once the phone turns on while you are still holding down the Bixby and Volume Up Button.
- Let go of all the buttons when you see the blue screen with Android logo.
Take a look at the below gif which shows how it is done:
This is the easiest way to boot Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus into Recovery mode.
GIF Courtesy: GadgetHacks.com