Below you will learn how to boot your Samsung Galaxy A52 in recovery mode or recovery mode. Recovery mode is an important part of all Android phones including the Galaxy A52. It is standalone software that allows users to access a variety of functions without having to boot the entire operating system. This is a very useful feature, especially if your phone's firmware or operating system is damaged.
For example, if your Galaxy A52 is frozen, it means it has corrupted firmware or a faulty program, it won't start. It will show the Samsung logo during startup, but it will never get past it. However, you can still boot into recovery mode.
From Samsung Galaxy Safe Mode, you can reset your phone, install custom ROMs, mods, and much more. You can also back up any data your phone has. Now let's see how you can boot your Galaxy A52 in recovery mode or safe mode.
How to enter recovery mode on Samsung Galaxy A52There are two ways to enter recovery mode on the Galaxy A52. The first way is to use the physical keys on the phone. It is the simplest and most popular method. The second way is to use ADB commands. This is especially useful if you can't complete the first method.
Using the buttons
This is the most popular and easiest method. All you have to do is press a few buttons and that's it.
- Press and hold the power button. Touch Switch off. The phone will turn off.
- Once the phone is completely off, press and hold i at the same time increase buttons of volume and power.
- Hold them until you see the Samsung startup animation logo. A blue screen with a yellow triangle will appear.
- Wait a few seconds and the phone will enter recovery mode.
Recovery mode via ADB commandsThis is especially useful if you can't follow the method one instructions. For example, if the hardware keys don't work, you can't go into recovery. In this case, ADB commands are the best choice.
This method is optional, in case the first method fails for some reason on your phone. If the physical keys are broken or the phone refuses to recognize the key combination, you can boot into recovery mode using ADB commands. This is more complicated because it requires proper ADB and USB drivers, as well as a computer.
- Driver USB per Samsung Galaxy A52 | Scarica
- Go up Settings> About phone> Software information and quickly tap seven times up Build number. This will enable Developer Options. Go to Developer options and enable the USB debugging.
Make sure you install the drivers from the download links above, otherwise your Galaxy A52 will not be recognized by the computer.
- Connect your phone to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
- Open the command prompt from the ADB installation folder and run the following command:
adb reboot recovery
The phone will automatically shut down and go into recovery mode.
Walkthrough to enter recovery mode on Samsung Galaxy A52
Now that you know how to enter recovery mode, it's a good idea to know what the options provided in the menu do and when you should use them.
- Reboot the system now: this option will simply reboot the system. The phone will boot into the operating system and you will be able to use the phone normally.
- Reboot with the bootloader: this option starts the phone in download mode. This is a special mode for Samsung phones where One UI firmware and kernels can be flashed via Odin's flash tool.
- Apply update from ADB: this option is used when you want to update your phone or update stock OTA files by connecting your phone to your computer and running the required commands.
- Apply update from SD card: this option is used when you want to update your phone or update serial OTA files which are located in the external SD card of your phone. This is a better way than ADB because it doesn't require the user to have a computer. Everything is done on the phone.
- Wipe data / Factory data reset: this option deletes all applications installed on the phone. A factory reset is recommended when you want to flash a new custom ROM or mod which may cause a boot loop if the data is not deleted.
- Wipe cache partition: this option deletes the cache and dalvik cache from the system. This is recommended if something on your phone keeps crashing.
- Assemble / system: this option allows you to mount a partition as a system or data. It allows you to edit everything in that particular partition.
- Shutdown: this option simply turns off the phone. You have to press the power button again if you want to turn it on.
That's all about the Samsung Galaxy A52 and how you can boot into stock and custom recovery mode. Now you can erase data, flash ROMs and much more. If you have any problems or suggestions, please leave a comment below.