“I put my Samsung Galaxy S7 into Download Mode. However, I cannot exit Download Mode until now. How to fix it without losing any data?”
The Download Mode is also known as the Odin mode. It is handy when you want to connect your phone with Odin, root your device or install custom recovery or any other updates or system adjustments. However, your Samsung phone such as Galaxy S7/S7 Edge might sometimes freezes Download mode screen when the phone is soft-bricked after a bad update or corrupted firmware flashing. Normally, you can exit the Download mode by long pressing power button. But sometimes it is not working.
If you want to fix Galaxy S7 stuck in download mode and do not erase any contents on your device, then Broken Android Data Extraction comes for your need. This software is able to exiting download mode on Samsung Galaxy S7 then you can restore data from Samsung phone, including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs, calendars, music, apps, etc. This is a process to recover Samsung Galaxy from any crash, errors and freezes, including stuck at black screen, blue screen, boot loop, start screen, Samsung logo screen, etc. It currently supports device including Samsung S4/S5/S6/Note3/Note4/Note5/Tab Pro 10.1.
The following is an extremely simple way to exit Download mode for Samsung Galaxy S7/edge. To start with, download and install the program on your computer/Mac.
Step 1.Launch the Program after Installation
Start the program on your PC and connect the Galaxy s7 device that is in Download mode to Windows PC/Mac computer. When you see this pop-up, click Broken Android Data Extraction. And choose Fix Device.
Step 2.Choose Fault Type on Your Samsung Phone
Choose a phone fault type on the popup window to go on. If your Samsung Galaxy S7 stuck in download, Choose “Stuck in the Download mode” and click “Next”.
After that, choose your phone Name and Mode and confirm it.
Step 3.Exit Download Mode on Galaxy S7
The program will download a suitable recovery package for your Galaxy S7 and get your device out of download mode. Once done, your Galaxy S7 phone will reboot automatically and be back to normal.
Step 4.Recover Files from Samsung Galaxy S7
After fixing, you can restore your Galaxy S7 data from the “Android Data Recovery” feature. Select data you want to get back and tap on “Recover” button.
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