[ROOT][GUIDE] How to install TWRP and root Wiko Jerry (Magisk)

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KitK4t

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Hi guys,

On this post I will share with you a method to root Wiko Jerry.
You will get a TWRP recovery installed too.
Sorry if my english is a bit bad :eek:
Sorry if the print screens if you find are in Portuguese, as it would be boring to change my Windows language.

DISCLAIMER:
I AM NOT responsible for bricked devices and lost warranties.
If you don't feel safe modifying your device DO NOT do anything.
Backup the data you have on your phone. Accidents can happen.
That said, let's go to the fun!

What you need:

Connect your phone to your PC with your USB cable.

1- Preparing your PC:
If you already have ADB on your PC, you can skip this part.
After downloaded the files you need, let's get your computer ready.
You will need fastboot and ADB for this method, so download from here:
Installing ADB on Windows:

Open this link and click on SDK Platform-tools for Windows.
After downloaded, extract the ZIP anywhere you want.
You should now have a folder like this:
platformtools.PNG

Keep the folder open (or just minimize it) and go ahead to the next step.


Installing ADB on Linux:

Run one of this commands on your terminal.
-Ubuntu/Debian based Linuxes (APT):
Code:
sudo apt install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
-Fedora (YUM):
Code:
sudo yum install android-tools
Test with:
Code:
sudo adb version
You should get something like this:
Code:
Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.40
Version 4986621

2- Getting your phone ready:

To get your phone ready you need to enable ADB on Settings.
Open Settings>About phone and tap "Buid number" 7 times.
Go back one time and you sholud get a "Developer options" menu on Settings.
Open the "Developer options" and enable "USB debugging" option.
adbenable.jpg


Now you have ADB enabled on your device.

3- Installing TWRP on your phone

Do you remember the TWRP file you downloaded before? Now you will need it.

-Copy the TWRP_3.1_JERRY.img file to your platform-tools folder.
-Rename the file to recovery.img.
-Open a command prompt.
-On command prompt do this to open your platform-tools folder on it:
Code:
cd INSERT PATH TO YOUR platform-tools FOLDER
Now, unlock your phone and run this command:
Code:
adb devices
It should appear something like this on your PC:
Code:
List of devices attached
<your-device-id>           offline
And this on your phone:
adballow.jpg

On that window, check the box and tap OK. This will allow your phone to communicate with ADB running on your PC.
Check if everything is ok doing the "adb devices" command again. If it is ok, this will show up:
Code:
List of devices attached
<your-device-id>           device

Now, on your command line run the command:
Code:
adb reboot-bootloader
Your phone will reboot in fastboot mode. It should look like this:
fastboot.jpg

Run this on your command line:
Code:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

If you get <waiting-for-device> on command prompt, check this:

-Open Device Manager (Win key+X, click on Device Manager)
-Find a device called "fastboot Gadget" or similar name with a exclamation mark.
-Right click it and click on "Update drivers..."
-Click on second option on the setup (search manually)
-Click on the second option again.
-On the list, look for Universal Serial Bus Devices and double click it
-Inside the Manufacturer list select WinUsb Device
-On the right list select ADB Device and double click it
-Click on yes
-After installed, close and its fixed!

When the command finishes, you should get this:
Code:
Sending 'recovery' (12866 KB)                      OKAY [  0.550s]
Writing 'recovery'                                          OKAY [  0.762s]
Finished. Total time: 1.317s
Congratulations! Now you have TWRP on your phone!


4- Booting into TWRP and root the phone with Magisk

Now you need to turn off your phone. You can just take the battery out and put it again.
This phone has a weird way to boot into the recovery. You need to press the power button and a second later, the VOL+ button.
The Wiko logo will appear and the phone MUST NOT VIBRATE. If it vibrates, the normal Android will start.
Do this procedure anytime you want to go into TWRP.

  • Connect your USB cable.
  • Tap "Keep Read Only"
  • In your PC, go to This PC and open the JERRY device.
  • Copy the previously downloaded Magisk ZIP file into the Internal Storage.
  • In TWRP, tap Install
  • Search for the Magisk ZIP in the file explorer.
  • Swipe to confirm the flash
  • Tap Home button
  • Tap Reboot
  • Tap System
  • Android should boot normally
Warning: It could take a few seconds to Magisk Manager to appear on apps list.
Congratulations! You have done it! You have TWRP and Magisk!
finalresult.jpg

 
Jan 25, 2019
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help

i always get error remote replacing recovery not allowed something like that
what should i do
edit : its this error

remote: 'download for partition 'recovery' is not allowed
 
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antniomanso

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i always get error remote replacing recovery not allowed something like that
what should i do
edit : its this error

remote: 'download for partition 'recovery' is not allowed

hey you'll need to unlock your bootloader first
FIRST BACKUP EVERYTHING USEFUL FROM YOUR PHONE, THI WILL FACTORY RESET YOUR DEVICE
after getting adb working (debug on and all that stuff)
enter in your cmd prompt
Code:
adb reboot bootloader
then wait till your phone is in fastboot mode
now you'll type in cmd
Code:
fastboot flashing unlock
read carefully what appears in your phone screen and accapt it (at your own risk, it will probably void your warranty)
now type in cmd
Code:
fastboot reboot
done
 

Zaki4t

Member
Dec 28, 2017
8
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is this recovery image meant for the SPD or the MTK variant?
Tried this on an SPD Jerry & it didn't work
Any other help?
 

z0mb13m4ch1n3

New member
Jul 10, 2021
4
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Hi guys,

On this post I will share with you a method to root Wiko Jerry.
You will get a TWRP recovery installed too.
Sorry if my english is a bit bad :eek:
Sorry if the print screens if you find are in Portuguese, as it would be boring to change my Windows language.

DISCLAIMER:
I AM NOT responsible for bricked devices and lost warranties.
If you don't feel safe modifying your device DO NOT do anything.
Backup the data you have on your phone. Accidents can happen.
That said, let's go to the fun!

What you need:

Connect your phone to your PC with your USB cable.

1- Preparing your PC:
If you already have ADB on your PC, you can skip this part.
After downloaded the files you need, let's get your computer ready.
You will need fastboot and ADB for this method, so download from here:
Installing ADB on Windows:​

Open this link and click on SDK Platform-tools for Windows.​
After downloaded, extract the ZIP anywhere you want.​
You should now have a folder like this:​
platformtools.PNG
Keep the folder open (or just minimize it) and go ahead to the next step.​
Installing ADB on Linux:​

Run one of this commands on your terminal.​
-Ubuntu/Debian based Linuxes (APT):​
Code:
sudo apt install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
-Fedora (YUM):​
Code:
sudo yum install android-tools
Test with:​
Code:
sudo adb version
You should get something like this:​
Code:
Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.40[/INDENT]
[INDENT]Version 4986621

2- Getting your phone ready:

To get your phone ready you need to enable ADB on Settings.
Open Settings>About phone and tap "Buid number" 7 times.
Go back one time and you sholud get a "Developer options" menu on Settings.
Open the "Developer options" and enable "USB debugging" option.
adbenable.jpg


Now you have ADB enabled on your device.

3- Installing TWRP on your phone

Do you remember the TWRP file you downloaded before? Now you will need it.

-Copy the TWRP_3.1_JERRY.img file to your platform-tools folder.
-Rename the file to recovery.img.
-Open a command prompt.
-On command prompt do this to open your platform-tools folder on it:
Code:
cd INSERT PATH TO YOUR platform-tools FOLDER
Now, unlock your phone and run this command:
Code:
adb devices
It should appear something like this on your PC:
Code:
List of devices attached
<your-device-id>           offline
And this on your phone:
adballow.jpg

On that window, check the box and tap OK. This will allow your phone to communicate with ADB running on your PC.
Check if everything is ok doing the "adb devices" command again. If it is ok, this will show up:
Code:
List of devices attached
<your-device-id>           device

Now, on your command line run the command:
Code:
adb reboot-bootloader
Your phone will reboot in fastboot mode. It should look like this:
fastboot.jpg

Run this on your command line:
Code:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
If you get <waiting-for-device> on command prompt, check this:​

-Open Device Manager (Win key+X, click on Device Manager)​
-Find a device called "fastboot Gadget" or similar name with a exclamation mark.​
-Right click it and click on "Update drivers..."​
-Click on second option on the setup (search manually)​
-Click on the second option again.​
-On the list, look for Universal Serial Bus Devices and double click it​
-Inside the Manufacturer list select WinUsb Device​
-On the right list select ADB Device and double click it​
-Click on yes​
-After installed, close and its fixed!​
When the command finishes, you should get this:
Code:
Sending 'recovery' (12866 KB)                      OKAY [  0.550s]
Writing 'recovery'                                          OKAY [  0.762s]
Finished. Total time: 1.317s
Congratulations! Now you have TWRP on your phone!


4- Booting into TWRP and root the phone with Magisk

Now you need to turn off your phone. You can just take the battery out and put it again.
This phone has a weird way to boot into the recovery. You need to press the power button and a second later, the VOL+ button.
The Wiko logo will appear and the phone MUST NOT VIBRATE. If it vibrates, the normal Android will start.
Do this procedure anytime you want to go into TWRP.

  • Connect your USB cable.
  • Tap "Keep Read Only"
  • In your PC, go to This PC and open the JERRY device.
  • Copy the previously downloaded Magisk ZIP file into the Internal Storage.
  • In TWRP, tap Install
  • Search for the Magisk ZIP in the file explorer.
  • Swipe to confirm the flash
  • Tap Home button
  • Tap Reboot
  • Tap System
  • Android should boot normally
Warning: It could take a few seconds to Magisk Manager to appear on apps list.
Congratulations! You have done it! You have TWRP and Magisk!
finalresult.jpg

 

z0mb13m4ch1n3

New member
Jul 10, 2021
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<thanks man, worked fine for me.
just like he says...
adb reboot-bootloader
fastboot flash recovery <pathoftherenamedTWRP.img>

Take the battery out, back in
press and hold start button, sec later vol down button too
Now TWRP should start
read only
transfer the magisk.zip file to internal storage(PC)
install button(TWRP, Smartphone)
tap on the magisk.zip file and swipe to accept
wait till its done
press on reboot
done
 

Bnardy

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Aug 10, 2022
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Hi, I have a big trouble i followed all the instructions and everything was just fine, until the step 4- Booting into TWRP and root the phone with Magisk, after a take out and put the battery again in the cell, it doesn't boot from logo, just reset an reset, I already try o hard reset, try to enter TWRP, I try all kind of button combination, nothing works can someone helpme. Thks...
 

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    Hi guys,

    On this post I will share with you a method to root Wiko Jerry.
    You will get a TWRP recovery installed too.
    Sorry if my english is a bit bad :eek:
    Sorry if the print screens if you find are in Portuguese, as it would be boring to change my Windows language.

    DISCLAIMER:
    I AM NOT responsible for bricked devices and lost warranties.
    If you don't feel safe modifying your device DO NOT do anything.
    Backup the data you have on your phone. Accidents can happen.
    That said, let's go to the fun!

    What you need:

    Connect your phone to your PC with your USB cable.

    1- Preparing your PC:
    If you already have ADB on your PC, you can skip this part.
    After downloaded the files you need, let's get your computer ready.
    You will need fastboot and ADB for this method, so download from here:
    Installing ADB on Windows:

    Open this link and click on SDK Platform-tools for Windows.
    After downloaded, extract the ZIP anywhere you want.
    You should now have a folder like this:
    platformtools.PNG

    Keep the folder open (or just minimize it) and go ahead to the next step.


    Installing ADB on Linux:

    Run one of this commands on your terminal.
    -Ubuntu/Debian based Linuxes (APT):
    Code:
    sudo apt install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
    -Fedora (YUM):
    Code:
    sudo yum install android-tools
    Test with:
    Code:
    sudo adb version
    You should get something like this:
    Code:
    Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.40
    Version 4986621

    2- Getting your phone ready:

    To get your phone ready you need to enable ADB on Settings.
    Open Settings>About phone and tap "Buid number" 7 times.
    Go back one time and you sholud get a "Developer options" menu on Settings.
    Open the "Developer options" and enable "USB debugging" option.
    adbenable.jpg


    Now you have ADB enabled on your device.

    3- Installing TWRP on your phone

    Do you remember the TWRP file you downloaded before? Now you will need it.

    -Copy the TWRP_3.1_JERRY.img file to your platform-tools folder.
    -Rename the file to recovery.img.
    -Open a command prompt.
    -On command prompt do this to open your platform-tools folder on it:
    Code:
    cd INSERT PATH TO YOUR platform-tools FOLDER
    Now, unlock your phone and run this command:
    Code:
    adb devices
    It should appear something like this on your PC:
    Code:
    List of devices attached
    <your-device-id>           offline
    And this on your phone:
    adballow.jpg

    On that window, check the box and tap OK. This will allow your phone to communicate with ADB running on your PC.
    Check if everything is ok doing the "adb devices" command again. If it is ok, this will show up:
    Code:
    List of devices attached
    <your-device-id>           device

    Now, on your command line run the command:
    Code:
    adb reboot-bootloader
    Your phone will reboot in fastboot mode. It should look like this:
    fastboot.jpg

    Run this on your command line:
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

    If you get <waiting-for-device> on command prompt, check this:

    -Open Device Manager (Win key+X, click on Device Manager)
    -Find a device called "fastboot Gadget" or similar name with a exclamation mark.
    -Right click it and click on "Update drivers..."
    -Click on second option on the setup (search manually)
    -Click on the second option again.
    -On the list, look for Universal Serial Bus Devices and double click it
    -Inside the Manufacturer list select WinUsb Device
    -On the right list select ADB Device and double click it
    -Click on yes
    -After installed, close and its fixed!

    When the command finishes, you should get this:
    Code:
    Sending 'recovery' (12866 KB)                      OKAY [  0.550s]
    Writing 'recovery'                                          OKAY [  0.762s]
    Finished. Total time: 1.317s
    Congratulations! Now you have TWRP on your phone!


    4- Booting into TWRP and root the phone with Magisk

    Now you need to turn off your phone. You can just take the battery out and put it again.
    This phone has a weird way to boot into the recovery. You need to press the power button and a second later, the VOL+ button.
    The Wiko logo will appear and the phone MUST NOT VIBRATE. If it vibrates, the normal Android will start.
    Do this procedure anytime you want to go into TWRP.

    • Connect your USB cable.
    • Tap "Keep Read Only"
    • In your PC, go to This PC and open the JERRY device.
    • Copy the previously downloaded Magisk ZIP file into the Internal Storage.
    • In TWRP, tap Install
    • Search for the Magisk ZIP in the file explorer.
    • Swipe to confirm the flash
    • Tap Home button
    • Tap Reboot
    • Tap System
    • Android should boot normally
    Warning: It could take a few seconds to Magisk Manager to appear on apps list.
    Congratulations! You have done it! You have TWRP and Magisk!
    finalresult.jpg

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    help

    i always get error remote replacing recovery not allowed something like that
    what should i do
    edit : its this error

    remote: 'download for partition 'recovery' is not allowed