Here we will guide on how to boot into recovery mode on Samsung Galaxy M10. If you want to perform a factory reset or wipe Dalvik cache, then this guide will be useful.
If your Android phone or tablet is acting strangely, or you’re trying to tackle malware, you should try entering recovery mode. Recovery is an independent, lightweight runtime environment that is included on a separate partition from the main Android operating system on all Android devices. – Digitaltrends
Reboot into Recovery Mode on Samsung Galaxy M10
- First of all, Turn off your Samsung Galaxy M10.
- Now Press and hold Volume UP key and then power up the Samsung Galaxy M10 device by holding the Power button for a while
- Once you see the Samsung logo, you can release the button ( If you see Android logo with “No command” text, don’t panic. Just wait a moment)
- Now your Samsung Galaxy M10 will enter the stock recovery mode
Things to Note while using Samsung Galaxy M10 Stock Recovery Mode
- Use Volume keys to navigate between each menu (UP and DOWN)
- To confirm, you can use the Power button.
Samsung Galaxy M10 Specifications:
Samsung Galaxy M10 sports a 6.22 inches Super PLS TFT display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels. It is powered by Octa-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53 Exynos 7870 Octa 14 nm. The device packs 16/32GB internal storage and 2/3GB of RAM. There is 512GB expandable memory support. The camera on this device sports a Dual camera 13MP + 5MP with an aperture f/1.9/2.2 and a 5MP shooter for selfies. The Samsung Galaxy M10 runs Android 8.1 Oreo, Experience 9.5 and backed by a Li-Ion 3400 mAh battery.