Instructions to install TWRP 3.0 for Android devices using Fastboot


Teamwin Recovery Project, called TWRP, just released a new recovery version. The new version comes with a brand new and modern design that better matches the design of the latest Android version. In addition to the new designs, TWRP 3.0 It also comes with some important security updates and performance improvements.

If you are an Android enthusiast and looking to flash TWRP recovery 3.0 on your Android device, there are several easy ways to do so. In this matter we will help you to flash TWRP recovery 3.0 on your device.


Install TWRP 3.0 on Android

There are many ways to install TWRP recovery on your Android device. The simplest way is to use an app like Flashify that lets you flash your custom recovery and (flashable) zip files right from within Android. However, it requires superuser access. If you don’t have superuser or SuperSU isn’t pre-installed, you can’t use Flashify (and other similar apps).

Install TWRP 3.0 using Fastboot/ADB


Another easy way to install TWRP 3.0 on your Android device is to use fastboot/ADB. It is also one of the safe ways to install a custom recovery.


For installing TWRP 3.0 on your Android device, we will need a few things.

Once you have installed the ADB drivers from above, rename the TWRP 3.0 image file to something simple like twrp.img. Our aim here is to keep the name short and recognizable so you don’t make any mistakes while typing it.


After renaming the TWRP 3.0 image file, move it to the same folder where Minimal ADB is installed. See the pictures above for reference.

Install TWRP 3.0

Follow the simple steps to install TWRP 3.0 on your phone.

  1. Turn off the phone. Now press and hold the . button Power + Volume Up + Volume Down to boot into bootloader.
  2. In ADB folder on, hold shift and right click (empty space). Open a command window from the options.
  3. Connect phone to computer
  4. Type the following command and press Enter. You’ll see your device listed (a seemingly random sequence of numbers, but it’s your device ID).

    fastboot devices

  5. Now keep typing and enter the following command

    fastboot flash recovery twrp.img

  6. Next is to enter the reboot command

    fastboot reboot

TWRP 3.0 should be successfully installed on your Android device now.


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