How to Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android
Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

Let’s have a look at the method to Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android using one simple toolkit that will help you to add screenshot taking feature in your recovery mode so that you can take screenshots while doing some testing in recovery mode and can save it in the device storage. So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.

Till now you must have read our lots of guide for android as from basic customization to custom ROM installation etc. I always tried to convey something unique that our visitor may love to learn and try. So today I’m again here with one new trick that will help you to take a screenshot in recovery mode. As I have written lots of guides on recovery mode customizations and custom ROM installation but all time I was not knowing how I can take screenshots in that screen as on that screenshot these features not work. But I was also confused as I was able to find those screenshots on the internet. So today I researched little on this and was quite surprised when I get to know that we can actually take screenshots even in the recovery mode too as that seemed to be almost impossible. I used that method and actually that screenshot capturing feature was working and I was able to store those images in my storage that I can use in my articles so that you can get to know how thing work in the recovery mode. And now I’m going to share the same guide with you as you might need that to share some methods with your friends etc while you doing some testing on your recovery mode. So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.

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How to Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

The method is quite simple and straight and you just need to implement this all things from your desktop and you need to run one tool from your PC that will add this screenshot feature on your android. So follow the below steps to proceed.

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Steps to Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android:

#1 First of all you need to boot your android in the Recovery mode and then connect it to your PC via USB cable.

#2 Now on your PC you need to download the file Recovery Screenshot capture toolkit and then extract it on your Desktop.

#3 Now open the extracted folder and there you need double click on the file RUNrs.bat.

Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android
Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

#4 Now a command line program will appear and you just need to follow the guide as Select option 1 to make configuration settings. 

Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android
Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

#5 Now you need to mention your screen width and height there so simply google your device’s screen size and fill the appropriate value there.

Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android
Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

#6 Now process will start and it will take a screenshot of your device and you will see you it will get saved in your folder.

#7 Now in the toolkit you will see a new folder Pixel_formats where you will see some screenshots of your recovery and there you need to select best-fit screenshot of your device and note the file name.

Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android
Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

#8 Now after that you need to select 1 option from this Tool and enter the file name that you noted earlier.

Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android
Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android

#9 That’s it you are done. Now you can do anything which you want to do from your Recovery mode like custom ROM and wipe data etc, simply select the option 3 to take the screenshots.

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So this guide was all about How to Take Screenshots in Recovery Mode on Android, Use the guide and you can easily take a screenshot on recovery mode and can save it on your computer directly. Hope you like the guide, do share it with others too. Leave a comment below if you have any related queries with this as techviral team will be always there to assist you with your issues.



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Karanpreet Singh is the Co-Founder of Techviral. He writes about how to, tutorials especially on Android, iPhone, Computer, Internet, Social Networks, etc. Apart from this, he is an Ec-Council CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and a Digital Marketing Expert. He loves to share his knowledge with others through blogging.