Many people thing to install a custom recovery on their Android device, they will need root access. The truth is you don't need any ro...
Many people thing to install a custom recovery on their Android device, they will need root access. The truth is you don't need any root access in order to install a custom recovery like TWRP for example.
Today, we will be showing you how to install TWRP on Android without any root access. But before we jump into the tutorial, we will first start by defining what TWRP is as well as what rooting is all about.
What is rooting?
Installing TWRP on Android without root
- Enable developer options
- Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlocking
- Have a computer with ADB + fastboot drivers installed.
- Download the correct TWRP for your Android device
- Minimal ADB and fastboot command-line tool
- The drivers for your Android device
Steps to follow
- Start by enabling USB Debugging. To do this, go to Settings >> Abou Phone>> Build number, and click on it until you get the message “You are now a developer”
- Head back to the settings and click on Developer’s setting.
- Under developer’s settings, turn it on and activate OEM unlock & USB Debugging
- Download and install your device drivers.
- Download ADB + fastboot and extract.
- Copy the TWRP image you downloaded for your device to the folder containing the ADB and fastboot Minimal tool.
- To start the command line, from the ADB folder, press SHIFT + RIGHT-CLICK, then select Open a new command line here.
- Connect your device to the pc and allow it to install drivers, including ADB drivers.
- In the command line, type the command
- You will get a prompt in your device asking to authorize the connection. Grant connection. After which you should see your device connection status in the command window.
- Next, type the command below to reboot your device into fastboot mode.
- In Fastboot, use the command below to verify connection status.
- If the device is well detected, proceed to unlock your bootloader with the command
- Next flash TWRP image with the command