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I'm doing this. There is a detailed version of what I did. Now someone suggested me to install TWRP recovery, it could be installed via the playstore, but now I have no idea on how to make android run, it just opens in the CM recovery mode.

The second option seems to involve some kind of file transfer and manipulation of the files via a terminal on windows, but I have no clue on how to run files on my phone using Windows. I guess that the ADB is a tool for doing that, but until now I don't know how to do it.

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    Voyska, could you please at least mention the essentials in your post – not just the links alone? The links are fine for reference, but please do not expect us hunting them to figure out what you want to achieve ;) – Izzy Jun 29 '15 at 6:34
  • Izzy is right. Please make corrections. // You have to boot into CM recovery mode, connect your phone into PC and type adb shell into PC's terminal/cmd (you would need ADB tool and phone drivers, try this or the web), find the Recovery partition name, and then figure out how to write TWRP.img (use adb pull to copy it from PC) to Recovery partition using dd. It probably would be like dd if=/sdcard/TWRP.img of=/dev/<RECOVERY_PARTITION_NAME>. – Firelord Jun 29 '15 at 6:56
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    If your phone supports flashing using fastboot mode, then just boot into it, connect phone into PC and issue (after drivers and fastboot tool installation) the command fastboot flash recovery <YOUR_RECOVERY_FILE>. – Firelord Jun 29 '15 at 7:00

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