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Android's recovery mode allows ROM flashing even if the device is currently unusable. Invoking it usually involves a key combination that is pressed when starting the device. These combinations differ from device to device.

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Xperias have a recovery-in-boot arrangement. The recovery should be within the kernel / boot .img. For which TWRP does not usually utilize. Source TWRP, pick any Xperia model your device is not offic …
answered Jul 28 by Bo Lawson
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The correct file to modify is the build prop. Which can be risky to modify. This will enable everything needed. Through the file system modify the build.prop or with a computer. If the custom recovery …
answered Oct 21 '15 by Bo Lawson
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When you boot directly into TWRP after flashing TWRP patches the stock system recovery-from-boot.p file by renaming (modifying) it: rename"/system/recovery-from-boot.p", "/system/recovery-from-boot. …
answered Aug 2 by Bo Lawson
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Yeah, the DD command to the SD card was probably a mistake. For Android using DD method usually is like example only: Place recovery.img in the root of your /sdcard folder and rename it to cwm.img. …
answered Dec 6 '18 by Bo Lawson
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Your common sense is correct. Also your quotes it says check all checkboxes EXCEPT usb-otg (on the go). But anyway if no external things are connected then nothing will show and nothing will w …
answered Sep 29 '15 by Bo Lawson
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Rooting has become pretty straight forward since Magisk came out. This is one approach to root your device. All you need is a custom recovery and then just flash the Magisk systemless root .zip. Fir …
answered Dec 8 '18 by Bo Lawson
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Loading and flashing a ROM from within TWRP can be done with a few easy steps. Select a ROM and download it to a place on your computer with a simple path such as a folder on your desktop. Open into …
answered Sep 20 '15 by Bo Lawson