What does mount system mean in Android recovery?
Rebooting is simply a case of tapping the Reboot button from the TWRP main screen. You can select to reboot the System (Android), to Power Off, to reboot Recovery, or to boot to the Bootloader. This powers on the device but boots no software, and allows you to access a bricked device via a USB connection to your PC.
"Android System Recovery" can be used to boot system, update system from ADB, cache or external hard drive, wipe data, do hard reset/factory reset, wipe cache partition. Usually, the android system recovery stuck problem is resulted from damaged buttons or just hardware issues.
- Factory mode or what is commonly known as factory reset is one of the options available for you when your Android device is in recovery mode. Several options are available for you once you enter Recovery mode on your device but few are as effective as the wipe data/ factory reset option.
- The Android system recovery tool is a powerful feature on Android devices that can be accessed by pressing a specific key combination while the device is unplugged from the charger and powered off. Reboot system now – can be used to simply restart your phone.
- Recovery mode on a thermostat is used to bring a space back to a normal occupied setpoint after having been set back usually by a schedule. It means the thermostat is controlling the HVAC system to return the temperature in the space it's conditioning to the occupied period setpoint by the start of the occupied time.
Apply update from ADB: The Android Debug Bridge allows you to plug your device into your PC and issue commands from there. It's designed for developers and requires you to install the Android SDK (software development kit).
- The Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a client-server program used in Android application development. The Android Debug-Bridge is part of the Android SDK and is made up of three components: a client, a daemon, and a server. It is used to manage either an emulator instance or an actual Android device.
- ADB sideload is a new feature that was added to AOSP recovery in Jelly Bean. As of version 2.3, TWRP now supports ADB sideload mode. ADB sideload is a different ADB mode that you can use to push and install a zip using one command from your computer.
- Before your computer can use any kind of storage device (such as a hard drive, CD-ROM, or network share), you or your operating system must make it accessible through the computer's file system. This process is called mounting. You can only access files on mounted media.
Updated: 28th October 2019