Recovery Mode is a very important in Samsung phones and tablets. Through this mode, you can do the following tasks based on the type of recovery that you have (stock or custom recovery like CWM or TWRP).Stock Recovery:
For most us, having SMS is an important part of our lives. Sometimes when we update our phone to a newer version or when we try to flash a custom rom, we might need to have backup copies of our SMS. In this tutorial, I’ll be explaining the easiest method to backup your SMS, and root isn’t required to do this.Note:
Galaxy Note 4 is still one of the best Android smarthones of the year even though it was released back in 2014. One of the great features of this phone is the IR BLASTER along with the Smart Remote app. The Smart Remote app can do several tasks, one of them is to convert your phone to Air Conditioner Controller. This guide will show you how to do so.
Sometimes you may need to factory reset your phone for any reason including a fresh re-install of new stock or custom ROM, or you just want to make a factory reset before selling your phone or returning for warranty. Doing a factory reset in stock recovery ERASES EVERYTHING on your phone. However, doing a factory reset in CWM or TWRP does not, it only erases your settings/apps.
This Guide is about booting into download mode in most Samsung Phone/Tablets running Android OS. Download Mode can be used for the following tasks:
If you have rooted your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note 3, Note 2, S6, S5, S4, S3, S2, or any other Samsung devices including tablets, mostly like you have installed a custom recovery like CWM or TWRP. Well, if you want to receive stock OTA updates (perhaps you want to try the latest firmware that came out last night and you are still on stock firmware), you will need to re-install stock recovery.