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For those who have dove into rooting an Android phone, you have more than likely come across the world of custom recovery images. These can be accessed by booting into a special menu, giving you the ability to many options for your Android phone, allowing you to:
Do a full back up of your Android system
Flash custom ROMs
Partition the SD card to allow A2SD (Apps to SD)
among other options. Whether you’re unhappy with your current recovery, want to upgrade to a newer version from your recovery developer, or just want to try something new, this How to Flash a Custom Recovery Tutorial will show you how.
How to boot in Recovery Mode
Booting into recovery will be different for each phone. If you have a non-touch buttons, you can hold the home button and the power button to get into recovery. If you do not, you can hold the volume-down-key along with the power button to get into the bootloader and then selecting RECOVERY.
Depending on your phone model, navigating could be a little different. Most all custom recoveries will say within them how to navigate, but these are some general guidelines.
If your phone has a scroll ball, you can navigate using that, pressing it to select and using the back key to go back.
If you don’t have a D-Pad or scroll ball, you can use the volume-keys to navigate through the both menu, along with the power-key to select. Pressing both volume-keys will go back.
Brent Klauck, or djR3Z as he is known around the web, is a 21 year old tech, social media and life enthusiast. He is the founder of The Droid Demos and collects hobbies in his spare time, whenever that is.
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