Preferred, Tested : Philz Touch Recovery 6.57.9 ( based on ClockWorkMod Recovery v18.104.22.168 )
TWRP Recovery 22.214.171.124 ( Touch )
ClockWorkMod recovery for Karbonn Titanium S5 Plus : ( Non - Touch )
ClockWorkMod - based recovery for Karbonn Titanium S5 Plus ( Modded by carliv @ xda )
Go to the folder containing the recovery.img file you just downloaded.
Shift + Right Click on any empty space in the folder and Select Open Command Window Here
Connect the phone to the computer and make sure you have USB Debugging enabled and not USB Storage
Type these into the Command Window :
adb devices -- This should show the Device attached as KarbonnTitaniumS5Plus-xxxx or any such line.
adb get-state -- This is to ensure USB Debugging works. It will show device, recovery or offline, but here, we would be looking for device
adb reboot bootloader -- This reboots the device into Fastboot mode, also called as HBOOT or Bootloader. This mode is necessary for flashing the recovery.img file
fastboot oem unlock -- This is to ensure that you can flash xxxx.img files to specific partitions of the device.
fastboot flash <<partitionname>> <<nameofrecoveryimagefile.img>> -- This flashes the specific partition image file to the specified partition. Here, we would be looking for something like fastboot flash recovery philzrecoverys5plus.img for the PhilZ Touch Recovery and fastboot flash recovery twrprecovery.img for the TWRP Recovery and fastboot flash recovery cwmrecoverys5plus.img for the.... Well, you understand what I mean. This should show some text on the device like Transferring Flash or Writing Flash and the Time and Speed of it, that would confirm your flashing.
fastboot reboot -- This command reboots the device into the normal system, and lo, you're ready to go !
Precisely the problem I was trying to fix from so many months. But, I know why this is happening. After so many days, I found the solution : port a Kitkat boot.img from another Mediatek device to our device. But, not from the Android One devices, as they have locked bootloaders, and we do not. To continue development, I have asked for help from @superdragonpt in porting a Kitkat kernel to this device. Let us hope he helps us. I'm trying all I can on my side, and you try what you can, too. Hopefully, we come to a solution.
I flashed the android L ROM .As comments by user said that the camera is not working.It force closes.So is their any workaround for this thing.Also apps like gallery and video player also have the same problem.
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