Here is the complete guide about Recovery Mode. This guide includes what is recovery mode, how to enter into recovery mode, and exit from recovery menu when stuck, etc.
Table of Contents
What is Recovery Mode?
Recovery Mode (Recovery Menu) is an independent, lightweight runtime
environment that is included on a separate partition (Section of the
hard drive) from the main Android operating system on all Android
devices like mobiles and tablets, etc.
You can boot directly into the recovery menu and use it to factory reset your device, reboot system, delete the cache partition, and apply software updates or firmware updates, etc.
Reboot System option is used to reboot your Android
phone. Reboot close all your running applications and restart your
mobile. No data will be deleted or wiped with this option. Reboot
process speeds up your mobile and clears some cache memory.
Wipe Data option
is used to Wipe or format data on your Android device. This will remove
media files, apps, contacts, and settings, etc from your Motorola One
Power smartphone. You don’t need any password to use this option.
Install Update option is used to install software or firmware from phone memory or SD card. You can upgrade to the latest version with this option. You need to download and place the firmware file on phone memory or sd card before using this option. Some mobiles have the option to downgrade to a lower version.