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By XN Logos, Senior Member on 17th November 2016, 01:32 PM
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******************Root Recovery Doogee X5 max pro*******************
Your waiting Time IS Now Finished Here is Complete Guide to Root Doogee X5 Max Pro install twrp And More,
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ADB & Fastboot
Before doing most things mentioned below you will need "adb" and "fastboot" installed. Two of your options are to install the Android SDK Tools or the Minimal ADB and Fastboot tool. If you are somewhat new to this I highly recommend the second one. Go here, download the latest version (1.3.1 as of this writing), and install it. When setup is complete you should have an icon for the Minimal ADB and Fastboot tool.

Note: I highly recommend you add "C:\Program Files (x86)\Minimal ADB and Fastboot" to your PATH variable in Windows. This way you can open a Command Prompt anywhere and use adb or fastboot.

1) Unlock Bootloader
  1. Power on the phone and skip through all of the setup options
  2. Go to Settings -> About device
  3. Tap Build number five times to enable Developer options
  4. Go to Settings -> Developer options
  5. Enable OEM unlocking
  6. Enable USB debugging
  7. Plug the phone in to your PC and authorize it
  8. Open a Command Prompt
  9. Type adb reboot-bootloader
  10. The phone should reboot and in a very tiny font at the bottom you should see => FASTBOOT mode
  11. Type fastboot devices to verify that your PC sees it correctly
  12. Type fastboot oem unlock
  13. Press Volume Up to say Yes and wait for this to finish
  14. Type fastboot getvar all and look for (bootloader) unlocked: yes
  15. Type fastboot reboot
  16. You should see your phone reboot a couple times as it erases the phone

Install twrp-
  1. Power on the phone
  2. You can configure your phone now or just skip through all of the setup options and do that later
  3. Go to Settings -> About device
  4. Tap Build number five times to enable Developer options
  5. Go to Settings -> Developer options
  6. Enable OEM unlocking
  7. Enable USB debugging
  8. Plug the phone in to your PC and authorize it
  9. Open a Command Prompt to wherever you extracted the .img file
  10. Type adb reboot-bootloader
  11. The phone should reboot and in a very tiny font at the bottom you should see => FASTBOOT mode
  12. Type fastboot devices to verify that your PC sees it correctly, rename twrp to recovery.img
  13. type fastboot flash recovery recovery.img to flash recovery
  14. Type fastboot reboot
Rooting-
  • Download BETA-SuperSU.zip and save it to the phone's internal memory or an inserted microSD card
  • Plug the phone in to your PC
  • Open a Command Prompt
  • Type adb reboot recovery
  • You should now be in twrp. Go to Install zip, find SuperSU.zip, and install it
  • When it finishes go to Go Back -> Reboot Phone -> No
  • Once the phone boots up launch SuperSU and configure it as you like
Other Solutions-
Xposed Framework
Sense ui
Downloads-
twrp, Supersu,sp tools, Driver

**OTA**
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19th December 2016, 08:49 PM |#2  
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i have doogee x5 max-s (i geuss limited editon in algeria ) with mtk6735 . i do evrything and all steps but when i reboot to recovery mode i have ( no command ) in the screen .... how to fix that ? sorry for my ****ty english XD
10th January 2017, 08:03 PM |#3  
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I had the same Issue but i have found a solution!

After you have flashed the twrp recovery, dont reboot the phone! the "recovery.sh" will replace the twrp on every boot!
Just pull off the battery after flashing, disconnect usb and put the battery back in to the phone.
Now get in to the recovery by pressing volume up and power button together until the select bootmode menue appears.
select recovery with the volume up button and enter with the volume down button.
and now you should be in the twrp main menue.

i hope it works for you too!

greetz from the lizard
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17th January 2017, 02:18 AM |#4  
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It does not work from step 12, all the drives are correctly installed and windows recognizes the cell, the recovery image is in the internal memory and also in the sd but of the error "can not load Recovery.img". I tried all the tutorials on the net to do root and nothing worked.The flash does not recognize to pass the recovery also the installed drivers because windows recognizes the cell phone.
17th January 2017, 07:52 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by pitro1

It does not work from step 12, all the drives are correctly installed and windows recognizes the cell, the recovery image is in the internal memory and also in the sd but of the error "can not load Recovery.img". I tried all the tutorials on the net to do root and nothing worked.The flash does not recognize to pass the recovery also the installed drivers because windows recognizes the cell phone.

use sp flash tools to flash recovery, scatter also added with twrp
20th January 2017, 09:52 PM |#6  
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Flash does not pass the file in the download only option, the process does not start. I reinstalled ROM by firmware mode all ok, but the process of passing recovery on command 12 and 13 of the error message. I manually copied the recovery to the sd and internal memory but also from the error. Does not find the file speaks that it is not a command found.
29th January 2017, 09:03 AM |#7  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pitro1

It does not work from step 12, "can not load Recovery.img".

Don't use Capital R's
fastboot flash Recovery Recovery.img
Code:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
29th January 2017, 11:30 AM |#8  
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Doogee X5 Max Pro - Update 01/16/2017 + TWRP-3-0-2 & SuperSU-v2.79
Working root for Update 01/16/2017
Title: Doogee X5 Max Pro
Listed: 01/19/2017 11:21 pm
ROM Version: ROM Android 6.0

Doogee X5 Max Pro - Update 01/16/2017
TWRP-3-0-2 + SuperSU-v2.79
Use This Version Flashtool
SP_Flash_Tool_v5.1620.00.000
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31st January 2017, 01:39 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by XN Logos

use sp flash tools to flash recovery, scatter also added with twrp

Until today I could not do root on x5 max pro. In the method below even downloading the twrp when starting with the power + volume down button start with a menu in Chinese and if you start with volume up + power goes in the default recovery mode.
15th February 2017, 05:15 AM |#10  
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Same as Pitro1 I am on 16.01 update and I cannot install twrp no matter what I try.

I tried x32 and x64. I tried rebooting directly on recovery or first load system and then adb reboot recovery. I tried to format all first (now I lost my Imei and so on lol). I downgraded and updated again. Downgrading works only with 26.12 version. All others are giving me Colorado lines on the screen and nothing else...

OEM unlock, file transfer, adb, fastboot, drivers detection, are all working good. Only I cannot install twrp...

Also I cannot write nvram nor with SN Writer 2.1504 nor with Imei & SN Writer 1.7.2, MetaAP mode fails all the time...

I'm just about to send it back...
15th February 2017, 08:21 PM |#11  
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How i rooted my Doogee X5 Max Pro
How i rooted my Doogee X5 Max Pro

- Unlock Bootloader tutorial in the first post By XN Logos.
- Updated ROM to Android 6 with SP FLASH TOOLS V.5.16.20
- boot phone for 1st start and activate Developer and USB debugging
- Installed TWRP-32x + SuperSu with SP FLASH TOOLS V.5.16.20
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