For most Samsung smart phone or tablet users, fastboot mode is not a strange word. It’s a special diagnostic protocol that allows you to modify the file system images from a computer over a USB connection. That is to say, you can start your device even before it loads. It is necessary to enter fastboot mode on Samsung when you want to update the firmware. If you are a newbie of Android, just follow this to see how to get into fastboot.
Way 1: How to Put Samsung into Fastboot Mode Directly
For most Samsung devices, you can easily put them into fastboot mode with the buttons directly.
Power off your Samsung phone;
Press and hold the Power, Volume Down and Home buttons for seconds;
Then the device will be the fastboot mode.
Way 2: How to Enter Fastboot Mode with ADB
However, the above method may not applicable to all Samsung models. If you are failed to get into fastboot mode, an alternative way is using ADB.
ADB command line utility works when you connect your android device to computer. It lets you preform back up partition, install apps and other actions. The follwing guide shiows you how to boot into Fastboot mode using ADB.
Download ADB from Google and follow the steps below.
In this article, we’ve shown you 2 easy ways to enter fastboot mode on Samsung Galaxy S 9/8/7/6/5/4/3, note /8//7/6/5/4/3/2, S 7/6/5/4, i9003, j7 etc. If you have more questions about this post, you can contact us by leaving a comment below.