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How to Fix No Command Error in Recovery Mode on Android Device

Have you also come across ‘No Command’ Error in recovery mode on your Android Device? This is the very common error, Android users facing. Sometimes when you try to reset your Android Device, you may see ‘No Command’ error screen. So, is there any way to fix “No Command” error in recovery mode on Android Device?

Yes, Here we will tell you the way to bypass this screen and get normal Android Recovery options for which you are looking for. Let’s see in detail how to get into Recovery Mode and then if ‘No Command’ Error encounter, then how to fix it.

How to Fix No Command Error in Recovery Mode on Android Device

First, let’s understand why this error comes?

This “Android No command” error may be populated if Super User Access has been denied or canceled during the installation or updating of Android OS or when you try to reset your Android device.

You may see the following errors on your Android device:

  • “No Command” Screen
  • Dead Android Robot Icon on Screen
  • Triangular error Icon

If you facing these errors then you can follow the solution as given below. 

#1. How to Boot Android Device into Recovery Mode:

To boot your Android Device into Recovery Mode, follow the steps as given below:-

Step 1: First switched off your Android device.

Step 2: Now press and hold Volume Down + Power button for at least 5-7 seconds.

Step 3: Now release the power button but continue to press & hold  Volume Down button.

Step 4: Now you will be in bootloader, here you can use Volume up and down button to navigate to the Recovery.

Now if you are not getting ‘No Command Error’ then you can go ahead and choose the option- “wipe data/factory reset” and then hit the Power button to confirm it.

A pop will show up stating all user data will be deleted. Just agree to proceed.

If ‘No command‘ Error Screen appears, then follow the steps as given below:-

#2. How to Bypass the ‘No Command’ Error Screen in Recovery Mode on Android Device

To bypass or fix the Android ‘No Command’ error, follow the steps mentioned below:-

Step 1: When you see no command error screen, you need to get to the recovery menu for which you need to follow different key combinations and find out the correct combination for your Android Device:-

  • Home, Power, Volume up & Volume down key
  • Press Power plus Volume Up and Home Button
  • Press Power plus Down Volume and Home Button
  • Press Power and Volume Down
  • Press Power and Volume Up
  • Press Volume Up and Down 

Step 2: Once you reach the Recovery Menu use Volume Up or down key to make a selection.

Step 3: Now head to choose the option- “wipe data/factory reset” and then hit the Power button to confirm it.

Fix No Command Error in Recovery Mode on Android device

A pop will show up stating all user data will be deleted. Just agree to proceed.

It is done. You just need to wait patiently and the rest of the process will be handled by your phone. After the process is completed, select the option – “reboot system now” to start the device as normal.

Fix No Command Error in Recovery Mode on Android device

In this way, you can bypass the No Command Error Screen and enter into recovery mode on your Android Device. 

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