Install custom recovery (TWRP, CWM etc.) and root

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Install custom recovery (TWRP, CWM etc.) and root

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Post time 2017-3-30 03:25:00 | Show all posts
Edited by Morgenmuffel at 2017-3-30 03:34 \n\n
bencebacsi replied at 2017-3-26 05:00
Flash the TWRP again (since the stock recovery already has been restored), then when you're trying ...

It doesn't work, i tried it twenty times, but always the umi boot screen pops a second time up. Is it possible that it isn't working because it is android 7.0 out of box?
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Morgenmuffel replied at 2017-3-30 03:25
Edited by Morgenmuffel at 2017-3-30 03:34 \n\n
It doesn't work, i tried it twenty times, but always ...

No, that doesn't make sense. You might have a USB connection issue but that's impossible to tell remotely.

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Post time 2017-3-30 14:11:14 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-3-30 06:59
No, that doesn't make sense. You might have a USB connection issue but that's impossible to tell r ...

Is it normal that the whole flashing process only take 4 to 5 seconds?
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Morgenmuffel replied at 2017-3-30 14:11
Is it normal that the whole flashing process only take 4 to 5 seconds?

Yes, it's normal if you flash only the recovery partition. Flashing a full ROM takes for about 1.5 - 3 minutes.

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Post time 2017-4-2 00:08:10 | Show all posts
Hi BB,

I just installed the TWRP on my Phone ...

and booted to recover of TWRP, then rebooted to system in TWRP ...

its just stuck at the boot screen :-(


Any idea what to do now?

Thanks,
Rv

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Revanthgk replied at 2017-4-2 00:08
Hi BB,

I just installed the TWRP on my Phone ...

Hi,
No, if you don't tell me what else you have done with the flasher or in TWRP.

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Post time 2017-4-4 00:45:59 | Show all posts
1. I had successfully installed the 2/28 release rom through spft (followed the steps exactly)

Similarly,

I used spft tool...

1. unchecked all the tick marks
2. changed the path of the exxisting recovery.img to the TWRPrecover.img in my pc.
3. "Download Now"
After success on PC..

switched on my Mobile... Held power+volUP ===> took me to boot up screen where it shows existing 3 options
recovery
fastboot
normal

i clicked on recovery

TWRP loadedup,
First time, it asked me whether to keep changes or to keep as READONLY

i clicked on keep changes and rebooted to system --> THIS IS WHERE BOOTLOOP OCCURED

Now,

Reinstalled ROM from SPFT which removed TWRP recovery
again, reinstalled TWRP as above, but this time .. i chose to keep it readonly .. NOW, No bootloop.. it booted into the system.. but ...
BUT, When i rebooted and tried to go to recovery .. an android with a red alert showed up (which is default recovery) .. TWRP got overwritten while rebooting


Now tell me how to keep TWRP as permanent recovery?
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Revanthgk replied at 2017-4-4 00:45
1. I had successfully installed the 2/28 release rom through spft (followed the steps exactly)

Simi ...

If you have such issues, after booting into TWRP, don't start it in read-only mode but install SU at the first time. After installing th SU binary, don't wipe the dalvik/cache, just reboot your phone. After installing SU your phone will reboot 2 times.

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Post time 2017-4-4 20:36:41 | Show all posts
sanwris replied at 2017-3-10 21:48
You can find more details

https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/development/umi-super-guide-f ...

Flash new rom!Now my phone  rooted! THANKS!

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Post time 2017-4-5 02:36:28 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-4-4 09:50
If you have such issues, after booting into TWRP, don't start it in read-only mode but install SU  ...

Ok, TWRP is not replaced now... its working fine...

one quick question.... what if i wanted to reinstall this rom.... would the recovery from the newer rom overright the TWRP recovery?

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