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Support Status: Current
Code Name: mako
Download the Official TWRP App (root required):
Install the app and open it. Agree to the Terms. Select TWRP Flash. Select your device from the device list (mako) and choose a version. The file will download to your Downloads folder. Browse to and select the file. Tap on Flash to Recovery. Find out more about the app here.
Current and past versions of TWRP can be found at one of the mirrors below:
Download the latest TWRP image file (.img) from the download link and boot TWRP. Go to install and find and select the Images... button. Browse to the image that you downloaded and select it. Choose recovery and swipe to flash.
You will need the platform-tools from the Android SDK on your computer. Find the Android command line tools section on the page linked and install the SDK tools package. From the SDK Manager, download only the platform-tools to get adb and fastboot binaries.
Windows users will need proper drivers installed on their computer. You can try the simple FWUL adb/fastboot ISO or the Naked ADB drivers or the Universal ADB drivers if you don't already have a working driver installed
On your device, go into Settings -> About and find the Build Number and tap on it 7 times to enable developer settings. Press back and go into Developer Options and enable USB debugging. From your computer, open a command prompt and type:
adb reboot bootloader
You should now be in fastboot mode.
Download the correct image file and copy the file into the same folder as your adb and fastboot binaries. Rename the image to twrp.img and type:
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
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.
- bigbiff bigbiff
Merge "mako: add /misc partition to twrp.fstab" into android-5.0
- Tom Powell
mako: add /misc partition to twrp.fstab required in cm-14.1 Change-Id: Ica9a44f996a456fabdbaf6d5ddcd00e353ab963d
- Valter Strods
mako: Do not try to mount /usb-otg Starting up TWRP or attempting to do practically any action in it results in the partitions being mounted and unmounted which in turn produces an unfriendly "E:Unable to mount '/usb-otg'" log message. USB OTG is not supported by the device by default as the device is not able to provide 5V output through the little port. This commit takes that in mind and removes the mention from the fstab file. Reference to AOSP for insufficient voltage claim: https://android.googlesource.com/device/lge/mako/+/fe9f2793424c61588c093df951733347d0d24df4 Change-Id: Iaf96824043ef2eaf718d482c12d7f4b34f3f89f2
Remove offset - no longer needed thanks to scaling
- Ethan Yonker
TWRP-ify for L decrypt