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[RECOVERY][TWRP][J510][AROMA] 3.1.1-0 for J5**2016 [UPDATED MTP-OK!]

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lemlis

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May 20, 2015
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TWRP 3.1.1-0 for Samsung Galaxy J5 2016
with Aroma support

by Lemlis
011.png
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J510FN--OK!
J510GN--OK!
J510MN--OK!
J510H--OK!
J510F--OK!
-------------------------------------------------
Description:
TWRP3.1.1-0 :
Based on Official TWRP-3.1.1-0 seed
Boot.img base J510FN
What's new in 3.1.1-0
Code:
Update changues twrp 3.1.1-0
[COLOR="DarkGreen"][B]Removed warning[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR="Red"]Recovery is not seandroid enforced[/COLOR]
Support Aroma installer
MTP--ok!
ADB Backup Support
Backup EFS 
Wipe Persist
Wipe Preload
Mount Efs/Preload/Firmware-modem/firmware/Persist
and more features
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Bugs:
------
ADB works great!
You can copy Copy TWRP Backups to Your PC or Copy TWRP Backups Back to Your Phone using ADB

How to Copy check post #2
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How to install .tar:
Code:
1. Install device usb drivers and Odin 
In Phone Developer options - On OEM unlock
2. Power off the device.
3. Boot to download mode (VOLUME DOWN/HOME/POWER).
4. Volume UP once.
5. Open Odin  as an administrator, connect the device to a usb port, 
and make sure a blue button appears and says "Added" in description on the left.
6. Select AP or PDA for older Odin and search for the downloaded tar file.
7. Uncheck auto reboot from the second tab.
8. Start flash and you should see the succeeded command.
9. Unplug the device and remove the battery.
10. Reboot to TWRP and enjoy! (VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER).
How to install .img:
Code:
1.Download the latest TWRP image file (.img) 
2.Boot into the TWRP recovery.(VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER)
3.Go to install and find and select the Images button.(At right-bottom)
4.Browse to the image that you downloaded and select it.
5.Choose recovery and swipe to flash.
You are done!
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Download for install with Odin .tar:
TWRP_3.1.1-0.tar
Download for Install Image from TWRP .img:
TWRP_3.1.1-0.img
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Credits:
@By Zonik Aroma support
@GeneticEnginer--MTP fix
@SpamMachine --Removed warning
;)
 
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lemlis

Senior Member
May 20, 2015
305
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TWRP v3.1.0 will Bring Support for Backing up Directly to your PC
--------------------------------
What should I back up in TWRP?
--------------------------------
TWRP Backup & Restore Tool
How to Copy TWRP Backups to Your PC
1.First, ensure that you have the latest version of ADB installed . If you do, head to your ADB folder on your PC and Shift+Right Click on an empty space in the window. Choose “Open a Command Prompt Here”.
2.Boot your phone into TWRP’s recovery (VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER)
3.Plug your phone into your PC with a USB cable. In your command prompt, run the following command to ensure your device is connected and recognized by ADB:
Code:
adb devices
You should see the serial number of your device pop up, which indicates it is connected
4.Now, just run this command to copy your TWRP folder to your computer:
If your backup is placed in internall storage this comand:
Code:
adb pull /sdcard/TWRP TWRP
If your backup is placed in externall SD storage this comand:
Code:
adb pull /external_sd/TWRP TWRP
This will “pull” your TWRP folder into your ADB folder on your PC. This will take a while, so be patient and wait until you see the command prompt re-appear.
When it’s done, you can close the Command Prompt window, disconnect your device, and reboot into Android. You should now feel safe wiping your phone, because all your TWRP backups are stored safely on your computer.
--------------------------------
How to Copy TWRP Backups Back to Your Phone
Boot back into TWRP’s recovery environment on your phone and connect it to your PC with a USB cable. On your PC, head to your ADB folder and Shift+Right Click on an empty space in the window to “Open a Command Prompt Here”.
In the command prompt, run:
If you want put backup in internall storage this comand:
Code:
adb push TWRP /sdcard/TWRP
If you want put backup in externall SD storage this comand:
Code:
adb push TWRP /external_sd/TWRP
This will copy the TWRP folder in your ADB folder–the backups we copied in the first section of this guide–back to your phone. Again, this will take a while, so give it time and wait for the command prompt to re-appear before continuing.​
 
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TWRP v3.1.0 will Bring Support for Backing up Directly to your PC
--------------------------------
What should I back up in TWRP?
--------------------------------
How to Copy TWRP Backups to Your PC
1.First, ensure that you have the latest version of ADB installed . If you do, head to your ADB folder on your PC and Shift+Right Click on an empty space in the window. Choose “Open a Command Prompt Here”.
2.Boot your phone into TWRP’s recovery (VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER)
3.Plug your phone into your PC with a USB cable. In your command prompt, run the following command to ensure your device is connected and recognized by ADB:

You should see the serial number of your device pop up, which indicates it is connected
4.Now, just run this command to copy your TWRP folder to your computer:
If your backup is placed in internall storage this comand:

If your backup is placed in externall SD storage this comand:

This will “pull” your TWRP folder into your ADB folder on your PC. This will take a while, so be patient and wait until you see the command prompt re-appear.
When it’s done, you can close the Command Prompt window, disconnect your device, and reboot into Android. You should now feel safe wiping your phone, because all your TWRP backups are stored safely on your computer.
--------------------------------
How to Copy TWRP Backups Back to Your Phone
Boot back into TWRP’s recovery environment on your phone and connect it to your PC with a USB cable. On your PC, head to your ADB folder and Shift+Right Click on an empty space in the window to “Open a Command Prompt Here”.
In the command prompt, run:
If you want put backup in internall storage this comand:

If you want put backup in externall SD storage this comand:

This will copy the TWRP folder in your ADB folder–the backups we copied in the first section of this guide–back to your phone. Again, this will take a while, so give it time and wait for the command prompt to re-appear before continuing.​

Any new roms coming soon? I want something with aosp look​
 
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GuestK00211

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lemlis, maybe you should base it on harpia (moto g4 play) instead of athene (moto g4) as the g4 play as got exactly same specs.
 

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May 12, 2017
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umm where can i get the stock recovery? i really need it bcoz i really dont want to root i thought twrp can fix my 32 gb sd card but it did not fix it so i want to return to stock recovery.
 

bongdas47

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Hello,
I want to root and install recovery to my device. Does my device J510L (6.0.1) use this recovery?
Please guide me the way to do it on J510L. Thx.
 

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    TWRP 3.1.1-0 for Samsung Galaxy J5 2016
    with Aroma support

    by Lemlis
    011.png
    -------------------------------------------------
    J510FN--OK!
    J510GN--OK!
    J510MN--OK!
    J510H--OK!
    J510F--OK!
    -------------------------------------------------
    Description:
    TWRP3.1.1-0 :
    Based on Official TWRP-3.1.1-0 seed
    Boot.img base J510FN
    What's new in 3.1.1-0
    Code:
    Update changues twrp 3.1.1-0
    [COLOR="DarkGreen"][B]Removed warning[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR="Red"]Recovery is not seandroid enforced[/COLOR]
    Support Aroma installer
    MTP--ok!
    ADB Backup Support
    Backup EFS 
    Wipe Persist
    Wipe Preload
    Mount Efs/Preload/Firmware-modem/firmware/Persist
    and more features
    -------------------------------------------------
    Bugs:
    ------
    ADB works great!
    You can copy Copy TWRP Backups to Your PC or Copy TWRP Backups Back to Your Phone using ADB

    How to Copy check post #2
    -------------------------------------------------
    How to install .tar:
    Code:
    1. Install device usb drivers and Odin 
    In Phone Developer options - On OEM unlock
    2. Power off the device.
    3. Boot to download mode (VOLUME DOWN/HOME/POWER).
    4. Volume UP once.
    5. Open Odin  as an administrator, connect the device to a usb port, 
    and make sure a blue button appears and says "Added" in description on the left.
    6. Select AP or PDA for older Odin and search for the downloaded tar file.
    7. Uncheck auto reboot from the second tab.
    8. Start flash and you should see the succeeded command.
    9. Unplug the device and remove the battery.
    10. Reboot to TWRP and enjoy! (VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER).
    How to install .img:
    Code:
    1.Download the latest TWRP image file (.img) 
    2.Boot into the TWRP recovery.(VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER)
    3.Go to install and find and select the Images button.(At right-bottom)
    4.Browse to the image that you downloaded and select it.
    5.Choose recovery and swipe to flash.
    You are done!
    -------------------------------------------------
    Download for install with Odin .tar:
    TWRP_3.1.1-0.tar
    Download for Install Image from TWRP .img:
    TWRP_3.1.1-0.img
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Credits:
    @By Zonik Aroma support
    @GeneticEnginer--MTP fix
    @SpamMachine --Removed warning
    ;)
    6
    TWRP 3.1.1-0

    TWRP 3.1.1-0 Aroma
    MTP--OK!
    #1
    What's new in 3.1.1-0:
    Backups will now include adopted storage keys (Dees_Troy)
    Fixed an adb restore issue (bigbiff)
    Fixed rebooting when no OS is present (Dees_Troy)
    Fixed line wrapping in the GUI terminal (_that)
    Updated TWRP source code to AOSP 7.1.2 (Dees_Troy)Updated TWRP source code to AOSP 7.1.2
    3
    @lemlis

    this work on stock nougat ?? ( i have j510f )
    Works on my J510FN using Polish nougat version
    3
    Hello,
    Could you add MultiROM support on your TWRP Recovery,
    Here is TWRP for J510FN/MN/H/GN with Multirom support. Not tested!
    https://mega.nz/#F!EdF3iBJC!zW7NF_tTIa9uurObwUfOlg!4VdHSQoa
    2
    TWRP v3.1.0 will Bring Support for Backing up Directly to your PC
    --------------------------------
    What should I back up in TWRP?
    --------------------------------
    TWRP Backup & Restore Tool
    How to Copy TWRP Backups to Your PC
    1.First, ensure that you have the latest version of ADB installed . If you do, head to your ADB folder on your PC and Shift+Right Click on an empty space in the window. Choose “Open a Command Prompt Here”.
    2.Boot your phone into TWRP’s recovery (VOLUME UP/HOME/POWER)
    3.Plug your phone into your PC with a USB cable. In your command prompt, run the following command to ensure your device is connected and recognized by ADB:
    Code:
    adb devices
    You should see the serial number of your device pop up, which indicates it is connected
    4.Now, just run this command to copy your TWRP folder to your computer:
    If your backup is placed in internall storage this comand:
    Code:
    adb pull /sdcard/TWRP TWRP
    If your backup is placed in externall SD storage this comand:
    Code:
    adb pull /external_sd/TWRP TWRP
    This will “pull” your TWRP folder into your ADB folder on your PC. This will take a while, so be patient and wait until you see the command prompt re-appear.
    When it’s done, you can close the Command Prompt window, disconnect your device, and reboot into Android. You should now feel safe wiping your phone, because all your TWRP backups are stored safely on your computer.
    --------------------------------
    How to Copy TWRP Backups Back to Your Phone
    Boot back into TWRP’s recovery environment on your phone and connect it to your PC with a USB cable. On your PC, head to your ADB folder and Shift+Right Click on an empty space in the window to “Open a Command Prompt Here”.
    In the command prompt, run:
    If you want put backup in internall storage this comand:
    Code:
    adb push TWRP /sdcard/TWRP
    If you want put backup in externall SD storage this comand:
    Code:
    adb push TWRP /external_sd/TWRP
    This will copy the TWRP folder in your ADB folder–the backups we copied in the first section of this guide–back to your phone. Again, this will take a while, so give it time and wait for the command prompt to re-appear before continuing.​