Full Step By Step Guide to Safely Install TWRP / CWM Recovery via Fastboot On Android: Here in this guide you will be guided on How To Install a custom Recovery On Android device using some fastboot commands on a computer. This not that difficult as it sounds, but you need to follow all the steps carefully.
If you are new to these terms then let me explain what Fastboot/bootloader means. Bootloader / Fastboot mode allows you to flash any partition on an Android device like a system, boot, recovery, cache.. etc. Using Fastboot / bootloader, you can also flash the custom-built .img files via fastboot. For example, a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM.
If you want to flash TWRP recovery via fastboot then just follow the easy and simple step by step guide on how to Install TWRP Recovery via Fastboot On Any Android Device. This is applicable for most of the android devices. But there are some devices like Samsung devices which may not work with this guide. You have to use Odin Flash tool to Install TWRP recovery.
What Is TWRP Recovery and Some of its benefits?
TWRP is a custom recovery for Android. It is the most popular Android custom recovery. It replaces the stock recovery On Android devices. It comes with many extra features compared to the stock recovery. It needs the bootloader to be unlocked. Some devices like Xiaomi and Huawei phones need a unlock code.
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- Your device should have an unlocked bootloader. Guide > How To Unlock Bootloader Of Any Android Using Fastboot
- Make sure your device has more than 50% battery
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How to Install TWRP Recovery via Fastboot On Any Android Device
- Download USB Drivers For your Device and Install that on your PC or Mac (e.g if you have an HTC phone then install HTC USB drivers)
- First Download TWRP recovery .img file compatible with your device and rename that to TWRP.img
- Setup ADB and Fastboot on your PC. Guide: Quickest Way To Install Android ADB and Fastboot (with drivers) on Windows (Important)
- Enable USB debugging on your device. Guide: How to Enable Developer Options, USB Debugging and OEM Unlock on Android (Important)
- Open the folder where your TWRP Recovery .img file is saved.
- Now open a command window inside that folder. To do that, “Shift + Right click” on any empty white space inside the folder and then select “Open command window here” from the context menu.
- Connect your device to the PC. And type the following into the command window we opened in step 4 above to boot your device into bootloader/fastboot mode:
adb reboot bootloader
└ If your asks for permission to “Allow USB debugging”, tap OK.
- Once your device boots into bootloader mode, issue the following command into command window to flash the TWRP recovery .img file:
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
└ Here modify twrp.img with the name of your TWRP recovery .img file, OR change your TWRP recovery filename to twrp.img and use the command above.
- Once TWRP is successfully flashed on your device, issue the following command to reboot:
Done!!! Now you should have TWRP on your device
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