Celkon Mobile Recovery Mode

Here is the complete guide about How to entering into Recovery mode on Celkon Mobile. You don’t need any software or Computer to access Recovery mode.

If your phone running slow or forgot your phone password, or phone not responding, etc, You must enter to Android recovery mode to fix these problems.

 

What can do with Recovery Mode?

  • Reboot system
  • Wipe data
  • Factory Reset
  • Software update from ADB or SD card
  • Run graphics tests

 

 

Celkon Mobiles List

  1. Celkon UniQ
  2. Celkon Star 4G
  3. Celkon Star 4G+
  4. Celkon Smart 4G
  5. Celkon CliQ
  6. Celkon Millennia Ufeel
  7. Celkon Diamond 4G Plus
  8. Celkon Millennia Everest
  9. Celkon Millennia 2GB Xpress
  10. Celkon Millennia Xplore
  11. Celkon Campus A35K Remote
  12. Celkon Millennia ME Q54+
  13. Celkon Millennia Q5K Power
  14. Celkon Campus A402
  15. Celkon Campus A407
  16. Celkon Millennia Q452
  17. Celkon Campus A355
  18. Celkon Millennia Q519
  19. Celkon Campus Q405
  20. Celkon Campus A359
  21. Celkon Campus A518
  22. Celkon Millennia Q450
  23. Celkon Millennia ME Q54
  24. Celkon Millennia Octa510
  25. Celkon Campus A400
  26. Celkon Millennia Epic Q550
  27. Celkon Campus Whizz Q42
  28. Celkon Colt A401
  29. Celkon XION S CT695
  30. Celkon Q40
  31. Celkon Q40+
  32. Celkon Campus One A354C
  33. Celkon Campus Nova A352E
  34. Celkon Millennium Ultra Q500
  35. Celkon Millennium Glory Q5
  36. Celkon Campus A15K
  37. Celkon Campus Mini A350
  38. Celkon Millennium Dazzle Q44
  39. Celkon Signature Two A500
  40. Celkon Millennium Vogue Q455
  41. Celkon Millennium Elite Q470
  42. Celkon Millenium Power Q3000
  43. Celkon Campus A35K
  44. Celkon Campus A125
  45. Celkon S1
  46. Celkon RahmanIshq AR40
  47. Celkon Campus A15
  48. Celkon RahmanIshq AR45
  49. Celkon Monalisa ML-5
  50. Celkon Campus A10
  51. Celkon Signature Swift A112
  52. Celkon Campus A20 
  53. Celkon Signature One A107+
  54. Celkon Campus A63
  55. Celkon A119Q
  56. Celkon Signature One A107

 

 

What is Recovery Mode?

Android Recovery Mode is an independent and lightweight runtime environment that is included on a separate partition from the main Android operating system on the Android device.

Which allows you to Wipe data or factory reset, Reboot system and update software, etc without entering into your phone.

You can enter into recovery mode without password or pattern lock or PIN.

You can use this option if you want to unlock your phone, Update phone software from SD card and Reboot to speed up your phone, etc.

Celkon Recovery Mode

 

 

Enter into Recovery Mode

Method 1

  • Power off your Celkon Mobile, by holding the power button.
  • Hold down the Volume Up + Power Button.
  • After that, Release both Buttons when you see Celkon Logo or Android Logo appears.
  • Now you can see Android Recovery Mode.
  • Use volume buttons to move and power button to select any option.

 

Method 2

  • Power off your Celkon Mobile, by holding the power button.
  • Hold down the Volume Down + Power Button.
  • After that, Release both Buttons when you see Celkon Logo or Android Logo appears.
  • Now you can see Android Recovery Mode.
  • Use volume buttons to move and power button to select any option.

 

Method 3

  • Power off your Celkon Mobile, by holding the power button.
  • Hold down the Volume Up + Home + Power Button.
  • After that, Release both Buttons when you see Android exclamation mark appears.
  • Now you can see Android Recovery Mode, if not (While holding down the Power button press and release Volume Up Button).
  • Use volume buttons to move and power button to select any option.

 

Method 4

  • Power off your Celkon Mobile, by holding the power button.
  • Hold down the Volume Up + Power Button.
  • After that, Release both Buttons when you see Android exclamation mark appears.
  • Next, While holding down the Power button press and release Volume Up Button.
  • Now you can see Android Recovery Mode.

 

 

Options in Recovery Mode

You can see below options in Celkon Mobile Recovery mode. You may also see fewer options for some Android operating systems.

Reboot System Now: You can Reboot your Android phone with this option. Reboot process closes all running programs in your mobile. No data will be deleted after reboot.

 

Reboot to Bootloader: If you want to flash your device firmware, You need your phone to enter bootloader mode.

 

Apply update from ADB: This option used by developers to change firmware and recovery etc with ADB (Android Debug Bridge).

 

Apply update from SD card: If you want to update your phone software via SD card, Use this option. You must already download software in your SD card.

 

Wipe Data/Factory Reset: This option will erase all data (Photos, apps, and music files, etc) on your phone. You won’t recover your data after applying this option. You can use this option when you forgot the password.

 

Wipe cache partition: This option deletes all cached data which is generated by Android apps. No personal data (Media files, apps, and contacts, etc) will be deleted.

 

Mount / System: You can mount a partition (System or data) with this option. It allows you to modify anything on that partition. The mount/system option is usually seen in CUSTOM RECOVERY and not in stock recovery mode.

 

View Recovery logs: You can see Recovery logs here.

 

Run graphics test: You can run graphics test here.

 

Power off: You can switch off your device with this option.

 

Lacking storage booting: Use this option, If your phone flash memory full or close to full. If your phone flash memory full, It will slow down. So if your phone is in a bootloop, and the storage is almost all used or close to full, use this option.

 

 

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