Oppo’s F series lineup has always been its claim to fame in the Indian market because of how good a selfie camera it manages to pack. The newest addition to this line-up is the Oppo F7 and Oppo seems to be sticking with its winning formula in 2018 as well. The Oppo F7 starts at a price of Rs 21,990. If you are here, then you probably may be wondering how to Enter Recovery Mode on Oppo F7. The smartphone was launched in November 2017. The device came out of the box with Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
If we speak about the specifications, The Oppo F7 features a 6.23-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2280 pixels with an aspect ratio of 19:9. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It is powered by octa-core Mediatek Helio P60 processor with 4GB/6GB RAM and Mali-G72 MP3 GPU which makes this device great for multi-tasking. It also packs a 64/128GB internal storage capacity which can be extended to 256GB with the use of a microSD card. The Camera on the Oppo F7 packs a 16MP primary camera on the rear, a led flash and a 25MP front shooter for selfies. The Oppo F7 runs on the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and is powered by a 3400 mAh non-removable battery.
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In this guide, we will help you to Install Custom ROM, Mods and even customize your Oppo F7. Well, before starting let me make things more clear to you. Recovery Mode is the core center where you can customize your phone, install new Custom OS, Installing Kernel and mods etc. Use the following guide to find out how exactly you can access the built-in recovery mode on Oppo F7. The recovery mode is built-in to all Android devices. Whereas if you have TWRP Recovery on Oppo F7, you can access the same TWRP Recovery mode using this guide below.
Recovery mode on Oppo F7 will also allow you to take a complete backup of any OS running on your phone (both custom ROM and Stock ROM). You can even enter recovery mode on Oppo F7 to perform the factory reset, restore the backup or even root your device, this is where you go.
Oppo F7 is an amazing device but like other Android gadgets, it can also face issues due to bugs and other similar issues. Recovery mode can simply be enabled if you follow the guidelines from a command line or by a simple combination of key presses. In the Recovery mode, you will find several tools that are useful in repairing your Oppo F7 easily. Thanks to the open source nature of Android that enable users to perform this task.
Steps to Enter Recovery Mode on Oppo F7
Open Recovery Mode by Hardware Key
- First of all, turn off your Oppo F7 simply.
- Once off, press the power and volume down button together for some time.
- This will turn the device on and you need to hold both the buttons till the Oppo F7 logo disappears.
- After this, simply wait for the time till your device boots into the recovery mode.
Advanced User – Enter Recovery Mode using ADB Fastboot Method
- First of all, Install ADB and Fastboot driver on your PC.
- Now enable the Developer Option: To Enable the Developer Option, Go to your Settings -> About -> Software Information -> More -> Now Tap on the Build Number 7-8 Times until you see a toast message “Developer option enabled“.
- Go back to Settings -> Developer Option and Enable USB Debugging.
- Now open the ADB and Fastboot folder on your PC, and press SHIFT KEY and Right Mouse to open the command window.
- Now type the command given below, to enter into recovery on Oppo F7.
adb reboot recovery
- That’s it! Your phone will boot into recovery.
It must be kept in mind that the process of booting a smartphone into Recovery Mode is almost similar in every Android device. In case you press a wrong button or feel you did something wrong, you are free to press the capacitive button which is next to the home button on your device. Actually, this will take you to the precedent menu. Sometimes users select the wrong language by mistake and face issues. Thus we found it worth mentioning here.