How to Install TWRP Recovery on Android Using Fastboot

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  • #16466
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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?

    #18786
    Linux User
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    Rooting status:
    Bootloader unlocked: Yes

    #12397
    Linux User
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    Hi blukiix, is the bootloader unlocked on your Galaxy S4 ?? If it is not bootloader unlocked then this guide will not work for you.

    Please download the twrp-3.0.2-0-jfltexx.img.tar file from https://dl.twrp.me/jfltexx/ and follow the below guide:
    Flash TWRP using ODIN for Samsung phones

    The ODIN flashing guide only works for .tar or .tar.md5 files.
    To flash .img file on a Samsung phone or any phone, the bootloader must be unlocked on the phone.

    #77168
    Linux User
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    stuck on

    fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk twrp-3.2.3-0-cedric.img

    it says

    < waiting for device >

    anyone know how to fix

    #18808
    Linux User
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    OK.
    If bootloader is unlocked then can you try with the latest ADB & fastboot: https://dl.google.com/android/repository/platform-tools-latest-windows.zip

    And also install the latest driver (if available) for your device.

    #25211
    Linux User
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    Am getting below error, Plz advice

    C:\Users\welcome\Downloads\platform-tools-latest-windows\platform-tools>fastboot flash recovery TWRP-2.8.7.0-ham-fixSystem-fixADB.img
    target reported max download size of 1610612736 bytes
    sending ‘recovery’ (10194 KB)…
    OKAY [ 0.318s]
    writing ‘recovery’…
    FAILED (remote: device is locked. Cannot flash images)
    finished. total time: 0.350s

    #24956
    Linux User
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    I am not able to get past step 7, see screenshot. I have MS631 on marshmallow, the bootloader is unlocked. In some other forums, I found that root is necessary to get twrp recovery but I have not found a way to get root on this device, kingroot doesn’t have support for this yet. Any suggestions?

    #62863
    Linux User
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    samsung galaxy tab a sm-t350 downloaded
    <h3>Download twrp-3.2.3-0-a8hplte.img.tar</h3>
    how long should my screen say downloading do not turn off target?

     

    #85776
    Linux User
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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
    Linux User
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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

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