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Get TWRP 3.0.x Custom recovery on your Android device

Getting a good user recovery on your Android device is one of the first steps you need to take to configure it. Having a custom restore will allow you to perform flash and change your device. This will help you root your phone, create a backup of your system, clear the cache and cache dalvik, by the way.

The two most common user recovery are ClockWorkMod (CWM) and Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP). Both recoveries are good, but a growing number of people prefer TWRP, because it is said to have a better interface and is often updated.

TWRP has a full touch interface. Pressing the on-screen buttons allows you to access all of its functions. TWRP is easy to use and is available for most Android devices and Android versions. The latest version is TWRP 3.0.0.

In this tutorial we will show you how you can run TWRP 3.0.0 or 3.0.x on an Android device. We show you three different ways to install this version of TWRP-recovery. The first version uses the TWRP.img file, the second uses the TWRP.zip file, and the third uses the Samsung Galaxy devices using the TWRP.img.tar file.

Prepare your phone:

  1. This guide is intended for almost any Android device from manufacturers such as Sony, Samsung, Google, HTC, LG, Motorola, ZTE and Oppo.
  2. Recovery TWRP is designed for devices running Android Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop and Marshmallow.
  3. Make sure that the downloaded TWRP 3.0.0 or 3.0.x file is correct for your device and version for Android.
  4. Charge your phone up to 50 percent to avoid non-use until the recovery is complete.
  5. Have an original data cable that you can use to establish a connection between your smartphone and your computer.
  6. First, disable your computer’s firewall and any antivirus software. You can turn them on again after the restore has been minimized.
  7. Enable USB debugging on your device by selecting “Settings”> “About device” and clicking “Build time” 7 to enable the developer options. Return to Settings, find Developer Options, open it, then enable USB debugging.
  8. If your device has blocked the OEM permission, open it.

Note. The methods required to run user restores, ROMs, and to start your phone may cause your device to be disconnected. Correcting your device will also void the warranty, and it will no longer be eligible for free device maintenance from manufacturers or warranty providers. Be responsible and remember this before deciding to act on your own. In the event of a failure, we or the device manufacturers should never be responsible.

Install the TWRP 3.0.x Recovery.img file on your Android device

You can easily run this file on almost any device, if it supports TWRP recovery.img. Set up Android ADB and Fastboot on your PC and use it for a flash file. You can also use Flashify or Flash Gordon, but only if you have root access on your device.

С Android ADB & Fastboot

  1. Install and configure Android ADB & Fastboot on your PC.
  2. Download Right file TWRP for your device. Rename it to TWRP.img.
  3. Copy the downloaded TWRP Recovery 3.0.x.img file to the ADB and Fastboot folder. If you have a full installation of ADB & Fastboot, copy the file to the installation disc, ie. C: / Android-SDK-Manager / platform-tools. If you have a minimum ADB & Fastboot, copy the file to C: / Program Files / Minimal ADB & Fastboot.
  4. Now open the platform tools or the minimal ADB & Fastboot folder. Press and hold the Shift key, then right-click on any empty area in the folder. A menu appears. Click “Open command window here”.

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  1. Connect your phone to the PC.
  2. In the command window that you opened in step 4, enter the following commands in the following order:

ADB devices

(To check the connection between the device and the PC)

Adb reboot-bootloader

(To reboot the device in fastboot mode)

FastBoot devices

(To test the connection in fastboot mode)

Recovering flashboot flash TWRP.img

(To perform the restore)

Using Flashify

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  1. Download the file recovery.img from the same link above. Rename it to TWRP.img.
  2. Copy the downloaded file recovery.img to the internal or external storage of the phone.
  3. Open Flashify on your device and give it root access.
  4. Press the FLASH button
  5. Click the “Restore Image” button and find the file that you copied in the second step.

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  1. Follow the on-screen instructions to start the file.
  2. Reboot the device.

Install TWRP 3.0x Recovery.zip on your Android device

This will work with most Android devices if you have a custom restore. The second method that we have, also requires root access.

With custom recovery

  1. Download TWRP 3.0.x Recovery.zip for your specific device.
  2. Copy the downloaded file to the internal or external storage of the phone.
  3. Download the phone to a custom restore.
  4. In the User Recovery mode, select “Install / Set Mailbox from SD card”> “Select mail format Sd card / find zip file”. Select the TWRP recovery.zip file> run the file.
  5. When it flashes, reboot into recovery mode.

Using Flashify

  1. Download the file recovery.zip from the same link above. Rename it to TWRP.img.
  2. Copy the downloaded file recovery.zip to the internal or external storage of the phone.
  3. Open Flashify on your device and give it root access.
  4. Press the FLASH button
  5. Click the “Restore Image” button and find the file that you copied in the second step.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to start the file.
  7. Reboot the device.

Install TWRP Recovery.img.tar on your galaxy Samsung

  1. Download the TWRP 3.0.x Recovery.img.tar file for your device.
  2. Download and install Samsung USB drivers to your computer.
  3. Download and extract Odin3 On the desktop of your computer.
  4. Place the device in the boot mode. Turn it completely by pressing and holding down the volume, home and power buttons. When you see a warning, click Volume Up.
  5. Connect the phone to the PC and open the file Odin3.exe.
  6. You should see a yellow or blue light in the ID: COM field, which means that your device is successfully connected in boot mode.
  7. Click the PDA / AP tab and select the file recovery.img.tar.

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  1. Make sure that only the options you selected are selected in your Odin: Auto Reboot and F. Reset time.
  2. Click the “Start” button. The blinking will begin. When flashing, your device should automatically reboot.

Have you installed the latest version of TWRP Recovery on your device?

Share your experience in the comments box below.

JR

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