Originally Posted by youness00
61.1 took not even 10 minutes to start. But how can I check if MD5 is corrupt
took longer for me
Anyway, it it's up and running, then it's okay, the file would be good, otherwise you'd get a "failed" in TWRP or still waiting for it to boot.
but it's a good habit to check MD5 checksum, on downloads in general, to avoid being stuck because of a bad download... for example, if you try to download TWRP from their site, you can't use a download manager, it'll always give you a corrupt file (at least for me)
there are plenty of applications out there, here's a simple one http://winmd5.com/
or if you need to frequently check hashes, then http://implbits.com/hashtab.aspx
is very nice.
next time you can: http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=how+do+i+check+md5