VERIFY YOU CAN SEE YOUR GEAR IN THE ID:COM SECTION OF ODIN & PRESS START TO BEGIN FLASH.
ONCE FLASH IS COMPLETE, REBOOT DIRECTLY INTO RECOVERY EITHER BY THE HARDWARE KEYS OR ADB TERMINAL COMMANDS.
IF YOU FIND THE RECOVERY IS NOT STICKING & YOUR GEAR WIPES WHEN ATTEMPTING TO ACCESS RECOVERY AFTER FLASHING.
YOU MUST ROOT YOUR GEAR PRIOR TO INSTALLING TWRP AGIAN & RUN THE FOLLOWING COMMANDS IN ADB.
*NOTE* YOU WILL HAVE TO ACCEPT A SUPERUSER REQUEST POPUP WHEN EXECUTING "SU" COMMAND.
*NOTE 2* PROBABLY A GOOD IDEA TO RUN THIS PRIOR TO FIRST INSTALLATION, TO SAVE TIME.
$ adb shell
# mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mmcblk0p20 /system
# rm /system/recovery-from-boot.p
IF YOU DELETE THE "RECOVERY-FROM-BOOT.P" FILE YOU MUST RELFASH TWRP RECOVERY.
IF TWRP IS NOT DISPLAYING CORRECTLY LIKE THE FOLLOWING:
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