How to enter Recovery Mode on Bluboo Xtouch [Guide]

Bluboo XtouchRecovery Mode is one of the most important parts of your Android device. In order to make sure you can always effectively recover your Bluboo smartphone, the recovery mode itself is kept on a separate partition that is isolated from your Android operating system. There’s no problem in the world that will prevent you from finding a way to boot up in this recovery mode, and as the name suggests, you can recover your device from common problems.

When talking about customizing an Android device, the recovery mode is important for a bunch of new reasons. It’s the recovery mode we must enter to sometimes get root access to begin with, like on the Bluboo Xtouch smartphone. Furthermore, it’s the recovery mode that lets us upload our custom ROMs if you want to install a new ROM on the device. Recovery mode is also the place where we take complete backups with the NANDroid backup button before we choose to install new ROMs. Moreover, those not interested in changing the OS with a new ROM might prefer just overclocking the device with a custom kernel.

BEFORE WE BEGIN

  • Recovery mode is usually reached by using the hardware buttons on a device because it’s commonly viewed as the easiest method. With that being said, there are other ways you can find recovery mode on your device. One of those ways is to install adb on your computer and then issue adb commands such as “adb reboot recovery” from your command prompt.
  • Correspondingly, another way users can get access to the recovery mode is by heading to the Google Play Store and installing the Quick Boot application. The Quick Boot app offers a variety of buttons to quickly boot your device in certain modes, one of which is the recovery mode. The only catch with the Quick Boot application is that it requires root access to run; therefore, you need to root the Blubooo Xtouch before installing the Quick Boot app on your device.

HOW TO ENTER RECOVERY MODE ON BLUBOO XTOUCH

  1. Long-press the Power button and wait until the Bluboo Xtouch smartphone is off completely.
  2. Press the Volume Up button and Power button together at the same time and keep them pressed in until you see the Bluboo logo on the display of your smartphone.
  3. Release the said keys when the logo is still on the display and your device should boot directly to the recovery mode.
  4. In conclusion, that’s all you need to enter recovery mode on Bluboo Xtouch smartphones. You should find the same key combination and method works for anyone with a stock recovery or custom recovery.

You might be interested in checking out how to install a custom recovery on the Bluboo Xtouch if you haven’t already. Alternatively, you can learn how to root the Bluboo Xtouch if you already have a custom recovery running.

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  • Mathew

    Hi Lucy,

    I’m not 100% on what Mac has available. There are ways to run Windows on a Mac i.e. using a virtual machine if you need to, but the easiest way would be to borrow a friends laptop for the day if you can.

    The guide should give you the guidelines of how to flash a new ROM for your device, and you might want to get in touch with the BLU manufacturer for the best way to locate the right ROM for your model number.

  • Also… none of the links on that url are working :(

  • Oh I see!!! Brilliant. The only thing is… I have a Mac and not a windows computer. Is there any other flash tools that I can use that are like this one in the link you gave me? Thanks

  • Mathew

    Hi Lucy,

    Sounds like it needs a new ROM flashed. You can follow this guide: http://blog.bluboo.com.cn/how-to-flash-bluboo-x550-android-5-1-rom/

    The stock ROM in that guide is only for the X550. You will need the stock ROM for your model number if yours isn’t X550. Menu > Settings > About Phone > Model Number.

  • Hello!!!! I was wondering if you can help me. I got a Bluboo Xtouch for christmas 2015 but it has been stuck on the boot logo and the NO COMMAND for months and months now. It’s resulted in me going back to iPhone. Ive just found it again and thought i’d try the ‘wipe data/factory reset’ again as it has been since Feb! Its still not coming out of it. I have also tried most of the other commands it gives you on the ‘recovery’ screen to but nothing. It keeps looping over and over with the no command and the bluboo xtouch startup screen!

    Can you help?! I really don’t know what to do!

    Thanks so so much!

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