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How to flash Custom Recovery To Your Device Using Fastboot Mode

flash Custom Recovery
Before We proceed, Kindly Note That Your Are Doing This At Your Own Risk and must have Full System Firmware Backup.

It’s likely you will loss all data on your internal SD.


Also, note that you bootloader must be unlocked before the following will work. 

you can check here for steps to unlock your bootloader: here  
—Be Cautioned!!

Follow by using the below steps 
Download “ADB_and_Fastboot_interface” and extract to folder

Download and copy the recovery_file.img to “ADB_and_Fastboot_interface” folder
::::in cmd::::

—>to open cmd :: 

 Open your “ADB_and_Fastboot_interface” folder by holding shift and right clicking mouse.

>>NOTE : do not type “$:”

>> “$:” indicates the code to input
  Type:

 $: adb devices

              -{ hit Enter key}

 [ in the command prompt and it should list your device. ]
$: adb reboot bootloader  

              -{ hit Enter key}

[ Device will reboot to bootloader/fastboot ]


$: fastboot devices    

              -{ hit Enter key } > ( wait for device to get detected )

[ this will help you to know whether your device is connected to PC-

in the command prompt and it should list your device. ]


now type; 

$: fastboot flash recovery      

              -{ hit Enter Key }

      example: $: fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.1.1-0_for_tecno_w4.img


$: fastboot boot   

               -{ hit Enter Key }

      example: $: fastboot boot twrp-3.1.1-0_for_tecno_w4.img


$: fastboot reboot 

              -{ hit Enter Key }

Or::

—only when u are already in bootloader or fastboot

Download “ADB_and_Fastboot_interface” and extract to folder

Download and copy the recovery_file.img to “ADB_and_Fastboot_interface” folder


  Open your “ADB_and_Fastboot_interface” folder by holding shift and right clicking mouse.
Type:

$: fastboot devices    

              -{ hit Enter key } > ( wait for device to get detected )

[ this will help you to know whether your device is connected to PC-

in the command prompt and it should list your device. ]
now type; 

$: fastboot flash recovery     

              -{ hit Enter Key }

      example: $: fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.1.1-0_for_tecno_w4.img
$: fastboot boot  

               -{ hit Enter Key }

      example: $: fastboot boot twrp-3.1.1-0_for_tecno_w4.img
$: fastboot reboot 

              -{ hit Enter Key }

 

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Zackie Ai [ zac6ix ] Emmanuel Akor
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  1. Thnks sir, any help for android phone saying invalid IMEI

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