Nowadays it doesn’t take too long for the developers to come up with cool new things for the latest Android phones. We’re talking about TWRP Recovery for the Kazam Tornado 348. Although the device isn’t as popular as other Android phones, it has got some great love from the Android devs.

First, it got root and now you have a custom recovery for it. A custom recovery replaces your stock recovery and lets you do many more things on your device than what you can do with a stock recovery. It includes flashing custom ROMs, making Nandroid backups, and so on.

Kazam Tornado 348

If you wish to install a custom recovery on your Tornado 348, here’s how you can do that:

Files You Need

1. In order to install a custom recovery on your device, your device must be rooted. Please follow our how to root the Kazam Tornado 348 tutorial and root your device, then return here and continue.

2. Download TWRP Manager on your device. The app should help you install a custom recovery on your device.

Installing a Custom Recovery on the Kazam Tornado 348

1. After installing the TWRP Manager app from the Google Play store, launch it from your app drawer.

2. When the app launches, tap on Install TWRP. It’s the option that allows you to install TWRP Recovery on your phone.

3. You should see a list of all the phones that the TWPR Recovery is available for. Tap on the name of your device.

4. You should now see a button that says Install Recovery. Tap on it and wait for it to download and install the recovery on your device.

5. The app should automatically download and install the recovery on your device.

6. When the recovery is installed, reboot your device.

7. You’re done.

And there you go.

You’ve successfully installed TWRP Recovery on your Kazam Tornado 348. You can now install your favorite custom ROMs on your device using this newly installed recovery. You might now be interested in learning how to get the Kazam Tornado 348 smartphone into the Recovery Mode so you can use the custom recovery that you just installed. In most instances, it is done by pressing on the same hardware button combination that you use to get into the stock recovery partition before you installed a custom recovery. The custom version wipes over the stock version because you can only have one of them running at the one time and then it conveniently gives the same hardware keys to get into the mode, so you don’t have to remember to unique sets of commands. However, there are also other ways to get into the custom recovery partition if you have root access like you do on the Kazam Tornado 348 smartphone. The most characteristic of the ways is by using an application available from Google Play that you can also read more about from the how to get into the custom recovery mode guide.

There are differences with installing custom recoveries and getting root access. Rooting means gaining full privilege control over the operating system which is something that you nor I are naturally given when we buy a new device. Root access is taken away for us because it makes using the operating system a lot easier for people who are not tech savvy. It is like having a mobile device on training wheels or even better. Even if you install malware on a smartphone like the Kazam Tornado 348 smartphone when it is unrooted, then it is impossible for that malware to move outside of the app that it is fenced in by (itself). However, a device with root access potentially allows malware to make progress around the operating system which is why rooting is usually left for advanced Android users who know how not to click on malware online.