Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Samsung Galaxy Young 2 - How to Enter Download Mode

Custom ROMs and Kernels are now available for Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device and you might brick your device by following different unofficial and custom operations. In case you brick your device you need to apply some proper troubleshoot solutions.
 
One of the best ways to fix these types of issues is to downgrading or updating the Android device to an official Android ROM. In order to downgrade or to install an new stock or official Android OS, first you need to know how to enter into download mode on your Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device, and that’s exactly what will we teach you during this step by step guide.

So, when you want to flash a new stick firmware on your device the main operations are: download the stock/official firmware file, then enter your device in download mode, download and install ODIN (specific flashing tool) in a PC, connect the device with the computer by using the USB cord, and flash the new ROM using the ODIN application.

Normally, the specified process is quite complex and requires to follow a suitable step by step guide, but here we don’t want to explain how to install a stock firmware and we want to teach you how to enter into Download Mode for Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device.

As you may know that on non-Samsung devices the fastboot represents the same thing with the download mode, so the download mode comes per-installed on your Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device.

By knowing that the entering and using the download mode is an official operation, so you are not dealing with an unofficial operation. Moreover, the warranty of your device will not get void by using this step by step guide.

Now, as told you before, the guide about how to enter into download mode is a necessary operation if you want to fix different issues on your device.

As you probably know that, the download mode is a perfect tool when you want to install the new OTA firmware that was released gradually, in phases or only for some specified markets. So, by using a manually method to install the new OTA update it is necessary to know how to enter into download mode on your device.

Keep in mind that when you want to update or downgrade your Galaxy Young 2 device some data stored into its internal storage might get wiped out.

So, by knowing that you need to do a full backup for your data before doing any other operations. In this way you can use suitable backup and restore applications from Google Play Store for saving that you are considering is important for you, here you can include your contacts, internet settings, EFS folder, applications, audio files, videos files, images and any other personal data.

Another important thing is to ensure the enough power left into the device’s battery, there it is necessary to be more than 65% power left, else if your device doesn’t have enough power left in its battery then it can get a forced power off and this thing can brick your device.

How to Enter Download Mode on Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device

  1. Firstly, shut down the Android device.
  2. Now, press power button and select “power off” option. (Alternatively, press and keep hold the power key for a few seconds).
  3. Now, wait a few seconds before to do other step.
  4. Now, press and keep holding the Power and Volume Down buttons in the same time for few seconds until the download mode menu will be displayed on your
  5. Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device.
  6. Now, connect the device with your PC for initiating the update procedure.

How to enter Download Mode on Samsung Galaxy Young 2 by using third party application

  1. If you cannot enter download mode by using the above guide you need to go to the Google Play Store.
  2. From the Google Play Store download the Quick Boot application.
  3. Install the application on your Galaxy Young 2 device and when the installation id done launch the same.
  4. Now, follow the one screen prompts and reach download mode on your device.
Thumbs up, you can use the download mode on the Samsung Galaxy Young 2 device.

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