An Android mobile or tablet usually comes with a number of modes of operation that can help you tweak and / or add new features to the device. One of the modes that are present on Android (Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, Redmi, LG, HTC, etc ...) is the modality FASTBOOT (quick start mode). This mode allows you to perform many customizations on the device using your computer. However, it must be considered that FastBoot mode is not available on all Android devices on the market.
The mode Android fastboot is available on many devices but not on all Android smartphones and tablets. This is because most phones have 'recovery' mode which performs similar tasks to Quickboot / Fastboot mode, so users don't really need this mode on their devices. The following guide first explains what Fastboo mode is, what you can do using this mode and how you can enter and exit Fastboot mode on your Android device.
- Part 1. What does FASTBOOT mean?
- Part 2. What can you do in Fastboot mode?
- Part 3. How to Put Android in FastBoot?
- Part 4. How to Exit Fastboot Mode?
Part 1. What does FASTBOOT mean?
The first thing you need to know is exactly what Quick Start Mode is or Fastboot. In a nutshell it is a mode that loads independently of the operating system and allows you to flash various files on the device. It works even when no operating system is installed on the device.
After restarting the device in fastboot mode, you can use the fastboot command on your computer to perform operations on your device. All commands issued by your computer are executed on the device using Quick Start to perform various operations.
Quick boot mode is more than an alternative to recovery / recovery mode on your Android device.
Part 2. What can you do in Fastboot mode?
If you have never used Fastboot mode on your Android device you would like to know What can you do with this mode on your Android phone (Xiaomi, Redmi, Samsung, LG, etc ..). Quick Start Mode lets you perform a variety of device tasks right from your computer.
Using the quick start mode, you can run the flash and custom restores, stock restores, custom ROMs and do many other things on the device. There is a large list of commands that you can use in fastboot mode to perform various operations on your device.
This mode also allows you to enter recovery mode if you don't know how to access it directly on your Android device. In short, fastboot mode is a gateway to running the flashing custom and archive files to your device from a Windows, Linux, or Mac-based computer.
Part 3. How to Put Android in FastBoot?
Now that you know what fastboot mode is and what are the things you can do with this mode on your device, you may be interested in understanding how to enter Fastboot on your mobile or tablet.
Your device may have a custom key combination to enter Fastboot mode but it takes a few tries to succeed. If you don't succeed below a quick and effective solution.
ReiBoot per Android is a software that allows you to reboot your android device in fastboot mode with one click. Yes, it only takes one click to do the job. Plus, it only takes one click to exit Quick Start Mode on your device.
Here's how to use the software to enter the mode on the device:
Step 1. Download and install Reiboot on your PC
Here is the initial screen of the program after starting:
Now activate the option DEBUG USB on your Android device by going to Settings -> Developer Options and activating the USB DEBUG option. If you don't know how to activate the "developer options" follow the instructions on the software:
Step 2. After activating USB Debugging on your Android device, connect it to your computer and the ReiBoot program will detect it. At this point click on the button "One-Click to Enter Fastboot Mode"And the software will start the procedure:
Step 3. Once the device enters Fastboot mode, a confirmation message will appear on the screen
Part 4. How to Exit Fastboot Mode?
At the end of the activities done in the Fastboot mode you will need to exit this mode. You can always use Reiboot for Android to turn off Fastboot Mode. Here are the steps to follow.
1 pass. Connect your device to your computer and click on the option One-Click to exit Fastboot Mode in the software.
2 pass. The software will start taking the device out of quick start mode. You should be able to see the progress on the screen. When the device exits the quick start mode, a confirmation message will appear on the screen.