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Samsung Galaxy S5 - How to install TWRP Recovery on Galaxy S5


how to install twrp on samsung galaxy s5

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Hello everyone!
Have a Galaxy S5 and you're thinking of updating it with a cooked ROM? You are thinking about making a Nandroid Backup? In that case you will need a custom recovery, then you do not miss this tutorial because I am going to explain you how to install the TWRP recovery on your Galaxy S5 not only the most complete recovery, but also tactile.
The basic requirement required to install this recovery is that your Galaxy S5 is rooteado. If you have not rooteado and want to do it, you can check this tutorial: Root the Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F)
This tutorial is only for the LTE variant of the Galaxy S5 ie for the SM-G900F model.
At the same time, it is mandatory you to do a backup of all the information stored in your device.
Install a modified recovery can be hazardous so, first of all, I notice that neither AndroidPIT nor are we responsible for the possible consequences that this process may result in your terminal.
In case you have any antivirus enabled, you must disable it.
Enable the USB Debugging option you find developers Options section. If this option does not appear you will have to access About device and press repeatedly Build Number.
Be sure that your device battery is charged at least 80%.
Method 1: Install TWRP via Odin:
Download on your PC and Odin TWRP Recovery.
Odin Download and unzip the file in the same folder Recovery to keep Odin.
Install the S5 Galaxy Drivers on your PC using Samsung Kies.
Turn off the device and restart in download mode (Download Mode), ie, by simultaneously pressing Volume Down + Home + Power.
Connect your phone to your computer via a USB cable and wait for ODIN program in the top rectangle is set to blue or yellow.
Odin PA Press button and select the previously downloaded file recovery.
Click the START button and wait a few minutes.
When finished, Odin will show a PASS message! ID in the box: COM, which is colored green. Then the terminal will reboot.
That's it! If anyone finds any issues in the process do not hesitate to comment!
A greeting!

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