Here’s how to boot or enter into recovery mode in Android 11 stock OS. You can use recovery mode in your Android devices to fix issues like black screen, slow down, won’t turn on, and more. Use the power and volume buttons to boot into recovery mode in your stock Android 11 OS devices including Pixel 5, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 4, 4 XL, Pixel 3a, 3a XL, Pixel 3, 3 XL, Pixel 2, and 2 XL. One of the most used recovery mode settings is to Wipe data/factory reset and reboot to bootloader.
How to Boot Into Recovery Mode in Android 11 Stock OS
Step 1: Long press the power button until view power screen and tap on “Power”.
Step 2: Touch “Power off”.
Step 3: Press & hold the power & volume down key simultaneously until view the “Start” menu.
Step 4: Press the volume down button until see “Recovery Mode”.
Step 5: Press the power button to boot into the recovery menu. You can see the Robot exclamation mark with No command icon in your latest stock Android 11.
Step 6: “Press & hold the power button and press the volume up button once” to view recovery mode options.
Android 11 recovery mode includes Reboot system now, Reboot to bootloader, Enter fastboot, Apply update from ADB, Apply update from SD card, Wipe data/factory reset, Mount/system, and more. You can factory reset Android 11 using recovery mode to follow the below steps.
Step 1: Follow the above-given steps 1 to 6 to enter into recovery mode in your Stock Android 11 OS.
Step 2: Press the “Volume down” button until select “Wipe data/factory reset”.
Step 3: Press the “Power” button to apply it.
Step 4: Press the volume down button to select “Factory data reset”.
Step 5: Press the “Power” button to apply it.
Wait until wiping cache and data in your stock Android OS.
Step 6: Press the “Power” button again to reboot the system in your Android 11.
Wait until restart your phone and you can see fix all issues that caused the problem.
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How to Factory Reset Android 11 Using Phone Settings
This process will delete all your Android data. Make sure to back up & restore your data before applying the below-given steps.
Step 1: Pull down the notification panel twice at the top and click on the “Settings (Cog)” icon.
Step 2: Scroll down and touch “System”.
Step 3: Tap on “Advanced”.
Step 4: Tap “Reset options”.
Step 5: Touch “Delete all data (Factory reset)”.
Step 6: Click on “Erase all data” at the bottom right.
Step 7: Confirm your lock screen and tap “Erase all data” to remove all your phone data.
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