How to Install TWRP Recovery on Android Using Fastboot

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  • #37715
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    Ante todo MUCHAS GRACIAS y si no corresponde aquí este mensaje porfavor decicme donde enviarlo.
    Versión Banda Base XXUGNG8
    Compañeros instale la Rom 7.1.2 Nougat Resurrection Remix Os v5.8.5 – 2018-03-20 jftexx y lo instale desde cero, borrando todo, con TWRP 3.1.2.0 y tengo instalado Magisk Manager 16.4 sin ningun Substrato, instale gapps – arm 7.1 pico 20180506.zip no he modificado el Kernel solo esta Rooteado como e mencionado antes, el movil es un SAMSUNG GALAXY S4 Gt i9505 pero ahora tengo un par de problemas que me tienen desesperado, tengo que entrar desde Recovery … reiniciar sistema y enciende , Si lo apagas y lo que intenta encender aparece la batería pero no se puede usar el móvil de modo normal y corriente como devería hacerlo, es decir con el móvil apagado y despues lo pones a carga y en ocasiones no carga como si no hubieras enchufado el cargador. ……..
    Ayuda, Porfavor
    MUCHAS GRACIAS y espero me podais aconsejar? porque no se como como solucionarlo

    #39061
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    It worth to mention notice from TWRP team:
    “Note many devices will replace your custom recovery automatically during first boot. To prevent this, use Google to find the proper key combo to enter recovery. After typing fastboot reboot, hold the key combo and boot to TWRP. Once TWRP is booted, TWRP will patch the stock ROM to prevent the stock ROM from replacing TWRP. If you don’t follow this step, you will have to repeat the install.”

    #21660
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    twrp for oppo a57(cph1701)

    #72862
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    Hello, well, I have a problem with TWRP on Moto G3 TE (Merlin) , my status bar are in red and i can’t do anithing,  I couldn’t flash anything onto my phone, what i can do??? HELP PLSSS

    #77489
    Siba
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    So, the PC is unable to identify your phone.

    Either the phone is not in bootloader mode
    Or there is no fastboot USB driver installed for your phone.

    #25265
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    [quote quote=25211]Am getting below error, Plz advice
    writing ‘recovery’…
    FAILED (remote: device is locked. Cannot flash images)
    finished. total time: 0.350s
    [/quote]

    Looks like the bootloader of your phone is locked and needs to be unlocked before writing anything into the recovery partition. Which phone is this by the way??

    You can check the following Bootloader unlock guide page to know how to unlock bootloader on your Android phone !!

    #16051
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    Hi, im trying this on my wileyfox swift but the twrp isnt coming up when i reboot into recovery, how do i progress

    #85776
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    These steps are very much confusing, I want to flash my asus_Z00UD to Oreo 8.1 can’t we flash new Rom without PC or LAPTOP as I don’t hv any of these .

    I did try using my friend LAPTOP , but was not able to follow steps after doing ADB my  phone was stuck on flashing boot screen & TWRP option was not poping up.

    Please email me steps wise in detail as I am very much new to this. Please mention where to store the downloaded file on phone internal or sd card

    Instead of writing so much about steps I think video is better option

    #12306
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    I stuck at step 7. My s4 is not downloading anything.
    I’m trying to flash twrp-3.0.2-0-jfltexx.img

    #16466
    Linux User
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    Hi,

    I’m having trouble boot up my device.
    I used ADB and fastload to unlock my bootloader
    Before rebooting my device, I flashed TWRP with twrp-3.1.0-0-hammerhead image file.
    At this stage, my device is doing a boot loop with the error:
    “failed to mount /data (invalid argument)”

    I’ve tried to look around with no result. Could you help?

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