Androidbiits.com will help you to boot your Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G) into recovery mode. It comes with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop operating system, 4.5 inches display, Spreadtrum SC9830 chipset, 8GB internal storage space, Mali-400 GPU, 1GB Random access memory, 8.9mm thickness, 720p video recording support, 5MP rear camera, auto focus and LED flash. If you are planning to wipe cache partition, then you can use some simple steps to boot your Galaxy J1 (SM-J120G, SM-J120ZN) into recovery mode. As we know cache partition stores temporary files and logs. It is very important to wipe cache partition in Android device after every operating system update. It removes junk files. Androidbiits.com will publish the step-by-step instructions using which you can boot Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G) into recovery mode. Previously, I have published the simple instructions for performing a hard reset of Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 SM-T235Y. Now, I will discuss about the step-by-step tutorial to boot Samsung Galaxy J1 SM-J120H into recovery mode.
I am expecting that you will be able to enter recovery mode in Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G) without any problem after reading the tutorial written in Androidbiits.com. You can reboot to bootloader after entering into recovery mode. You will be able to view recovery logs on your Galaxy J1 (SM-J120G, SM-J120ZN). You can do various other things in recovery mode. It will allow you to apply update from adb. It will also allow you to apply update from SD card. You can run graphics test on your phone after entering into recovery mode.
If you want to make your phone quicker, then you must wipe cache partition on your Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G). You can do it after entering into recovery mode. It is highly recommended to wipe cache partition in Android device after every operating system update. It removes outdated files from Galaxy J1 (SM-J120G, SM-J120ZN). This process is harmless because it will not delete your apps and data available on your phone. It will only delete junk files. All your messages and contacts will remain safe.
Below are the steps using which you can boot recovery mode on Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G). Androidbiits.com will not be responsible if your device got broken during this process. Galaxy J1 battery must be above 86 percentage before entering into recovery mode. You must follow these steps at your own risk.
How to Boot Recovery Mode on Samsung Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G, SM-J120ZN) Easily [Simple Steps]
1. First you have to press the power button and turn off your Galaxy J1.
2. Press Volume up button, Home button and Power button simultaneously on your phone.
3. Release Volume up button, Home button and Power button after you see Samsung Logo on screen. Your Galaxy J1 will enter into Recovery mode after a few seconds.
In this way you can boot Galaxy J1 (SM-J120H, SM-J120G, SM-J120ZN) into recovery mode. If you are experiencing any difficulty while entering your device into recovery mode, then don’t hesitate to share your issue with Androidbiits.com. Please submit your email address and subscribe to get more information regarding your Galaxy J1. You must check your email to activate subscription.