The Recovery Mode is a great menu designed to help Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus users. Recovery mode allows you to factory reset your smartphone if it’s unresponsive or updates software. In recovery, you can also boot into safe mode, or clear the cache, which solves a lot of small problems.
In recovery, you will also need to use TWRP or CWM if you want to optimize or customize your Android System. You will be able to do things such as gaining access to root, unlocking boot ladder, downloading a special ROM firmware, erasing bloatware, and other things when you use TWRP and CWM for your Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
In the past, the home button was what you used to boot into recovery mode. Therefore, it’s worth noting that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus don’t have a physical home button like older Samsung devices. As a result, owners need to learn this new method. In this guide, we’ll show you how to boot the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus into recovery mode for those that don’t know.
Entering The Recovery Mode On Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus:
You need to read the whole process before you start; or else, you are likely to do a normal boot:
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy
- Press and hold the Volume Up, the Home, and the Power buttons at the same time.
- Let got the power button immediately the Samsung Galaxy comes on, but keep holding the Home & volume up button
- Release the rest of the buttons after you notice the screen for Android System Recovery
- You can use the Volume Down button to navigate through the option and use the Power button to click on the option that you highlight (be cautious not to factory reset your smartphone, as this will erase your whole phone)