The files I am talking about is like stock firmware, root files, and custom recoveries like CWM, TWRP and others. And the process to do requires additional tool, namely Odin, once we have our device entering Download Mode (After enabling USB debugging mode) then we need to connect it to computer with Odin running so Odin can detect it, once our device's detected, we can flash the files (firmwares, root and custom recovery tools) from our computer to our device.
Without firstly entering to download mode, Odin will not be able to detect our device, therefore this mode is needed. To expert the mode is something you must know.
And on this post you will be guided completely guys.
How to enter download mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
First method to enter download mode using keys combinations.
- Power off your Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
- Then press Volume Down + Home + Power buttons.
- Keep them pressed till you see a warning like on this picture.
- Now release those buttons, then press Volume Up, to access to the mode.
- When your device's in Download Mode, then you can connect it to computer, to let Odin tool do what you wish.
QuickBoot app that's available for free on Google Play Store. However the app requires your device's root access. You are right, that means your device must be firstly rooted, then install and open it.
Sometimes when we perform update stock firmware or installing a custom recovery could cause our device getting bootloop, in order to fix that problem we need to perform a factory reset through recovery mode, then learn to enter recovery mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 5 tutorials.