This tutorial lists steps on how to fix Recovery Bootloop on Android Device
Recovery Bootloop on Android means your device boots into Recovery Mode and no longer boots into the System. Most of the Android Smartphones come installed with Stock Android <3e> Recovery installed out of the box. But if you are an Android enthusiast or advanced user then you might have installed Custom Recovery like CWM, TWRP or Philz Recovery on your device to get the additional features.
Flashing Custom Recovery on your device is safe as long as you’ve flashed the correct Recovery image to your device, but what if you have installed incorrect or incompatible recovery on your device, then your device might get into Recovery Bootloop where the device no longer boots into Recovery Mode and keeps rebooting into Recovery.
So in this tutorial, we are going to show you how to fix Recovery Bootloop on Android Device. To do so, follow the instructions listed below.
How to fix Recovery Bootloop on Android:
To fix the Recovery Bootloop on Android, you have to run few ADB commands while the device is in Custom Recovery.
Step 1: In TWRP Recovery, tap on Mount and check the System partition.
Step 2: Go back and select Advanced > Terminal.
Step 3: Now enter the below command:
grep –r recovery /sys
Step 4: This command will result in a kernel panic and force your device to boot into System.
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