Suppose you go into Fastboot Mode, in front of you see a fairly large menu that you can navigate using the mechanical keys of a smartphone or tablet. One of the items is called Normal Boot. Many users are asking the question – and what, in fact, does this mean?
First, a couple of screenshots. The first option is quite common:
The second is less common:
However, in this case there is no difference – Normal Boot is Normal Boot. So what does he mean? And it means normal boot mode, in which the device boots in normal mode. Of course, with the exception of cases when the smartphone or tablet, even when forced to boot, Normal Boot cannot boot in normal mode due to some problems.
By the way, note that you can boot in normal mode using another menu item – Reboot system now, but only if it is also present in the menu.