- Mar 7, 2009
Hey, thanks for replying,Can you explain what you done installing TWRP? Step by step.
Hey, thanks for replying,
.i turned developer option on
.put phone in bootloader
.connected phone to pc
.put squid twrp in fastboot folder
.and these commands
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
And when again i turn off there is no twrp.
But not always sometimes it appears and sometimes it does not. I noticed it now. And bootloader is also bit changed like some option those were comes in side are now in middle.
Boot your phone and connect with PC. Change to data-transfer. There will be a check box - allow the connect. After reboot to bootloader and install TWRP again. Don't restart the phone, boot in recovery first.
You can flash SuperSU. Are you at stock- rom or custom-rom? You can search how to root. I' m not at home and can't check it with my mobile.
I don't use SuperSU. I think it's not a problem. Newer versions use systemless installation. It' s useful for stock-updates.
Do you have some problems with root?
To the best of my knowledge, and to provide you a basic answer to your inquiry, the Verizon variant of the Moto E LTE (xt1528) remains to have an unlockable bootloader. As such, a custom recovery such as TWRP cannot be installed on the xt1528 Verizon branded variant.Does this work on the Verizon variant of this phone
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img # or fastboot boot recovery.img
@cybojenix Any plans of an updated TWRP for the 1st Gen Moto E users? We've been abandoned for long. A last official build from you will suffice for our Lollipop ROMs on Condor.
PS: We've just got official CM, if only you could please provide us a latest official TWRP build now. Just a humble request.