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[Tutorial] How to port TWRP custom recovery to an MTK Android phone

#1
(This post was last modified: 07-06-2015, 12:28 AM by hovatek. )

This guide will explain how to port and flash TWRP custom recovery to your MTK (e.g Tecno, Infinix, Gionee, Innjoo etc) Android phone using Easy Magic TWRP Installer.

Requirement

* Download Easy Magic TWRP Installer (for JellyBean | for Kitkat)
* PC
* USB cord
* MTK Android phone with USB debugging enabled (Settings > Developer)

Procedure

* Launch TWRP setup.exe on the PC and click Next

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-1.jpg]

* You should get a prompt confirming that the installation was successful, click OK

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-2.jpg]

* Wait till the credits note prompt is done then close it

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-3.jpg]

* For "Do you want to start Easy Magic TWRP installer for MTK now", select Yes

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-4.jpg]

* For "What do you want to do", tick "Start Easy Magic TWRP installer for Mediatek now" then click OK

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-5.jpg]

* Click Yes for Auto-Port

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-6.jpg]

* Connect the phone to the PC via USB cord then click OK

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-7.jpg]

* Wait for a few seconds

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-8.jpg]

* Ensure the phone is connected to the PC via USB cord then click OK

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-9.jpg]

* For "Do you have a flipped recovery screen", you may select No if you dont or dont know what this means

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-10.jpg]

* The program will display the phone's boot image (secure / insecure), SoC, Screen resolution and Partition information . Just sit back and wait

* You should get a prompt saying "Rebooting to recovery...."

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-11.jpg]

* If porting and flashing were successful, you should get a prompt saying Congrats!

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-12.jpg]

* The phone should now boot into TWRP recovery 

[Image: port-twrp-to-mtk-13.jpg]


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#2
Thanks Hova...

Pls.. TWRP n CWM... Which would you advise to be used??

Sent from my Infinix-X551 using Hovatek mobile
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#3
(07-06-2015, 03:09 AM)Kidochukwu Wrote: Thanks Hova...  

Pls..  TWRP n CWM...  Which would you advise to be used??

Sent from my Infinix-X551 using Hovatek mobile

TWRP has additional features but they're both great
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#4
can I use cmd backup with this
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#5
(07-07-2015, 10:14 AM)tlord Wrote: can I use cmd backup with this

i dont understand your question
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#6
I have a bricked f5 it only on when I insert USB. mtk droid is writing error like shell not found. what file will I flash with so flash tool. I have the latest spflashtool
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(07-07-2015, 03:03 PM)tlord Wrote: I have a bricked f5 it only on when I insert USB. mtk droid is writing error like shell not found. what file will I flash with so flash tool. I have the latest spflashtool

flash all files
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#8
I can't find cache and user data in !file to flash
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#9
(This post was last modified: 07-08-2015, 12:09 AM by Kidochukwu. )
(07-06-2015, 11:17 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-06-2015, 03:09 AM)Kidochukwu Wrote: Thanks Hova...  

Pls..  TWRP n CWM...  Which would you advise to be used??

Sent from my Infinix-X551 using Hovatek mobile

TWRP has additional features but they're both great

OK... So in other words TWRP is preferable... Right??
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(07-08-2015, 12:09 AM)Kidochukwu Wrote: OK... So in other words TWRP is preferable...  Right??

thats a matter of choice
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