If you are a fan of TWPR Recovery and would like to have it on your XOLO Q1100, then all you need to do is download a file, run it, and you will have the recovery running on your phone in no time.
Here’s the entire tutorial for you to install TWRP Recovery on your XOLO Q1100:
Files You Need
- Your phone must be rooted before you can install a custom recovery on it. If you have not rooted your phone yet, please root it now using our how to root the XOLO Q1100 tutorial. Once you are rooted, come back here and continue.
- This should flash the TWRP Recovery on your phone. If you wish to install CWM, please head over to this page.
- This tutorial should work on all three major operating systems, namely: Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- If you are on Windows, make sure you have installed the Universal ADB drivers on your computer.
- Download TWRP Package to your computer. It contains everything you need to flash the recovery on your phone.
Installing TWRP Recovery on the XOLO Q1100
- Extract files from TWRP package over to your computer by right-clicking on it and selecting Extract here.
- Enable the developer menu on your phone by heading to Menu->Settings->About phone on your phone and tapping on Build number for 7-8 times and it will say you are a developer. You have successfully enabled the aforesaid menu on your phone.
- Head to the newly unlocked menu at Menu->Settings->Developer options and turn on USB debugging.
- When USB debugging is enabled, plug in your phone to your computer using a suitable USB cable.
- Double-click on flash-windows file that you extracted from the archive and it will launch.
- The launched file should automatically flash the recovery on your phone.
- Wait for it to flash the recovery.
- When it’s done flashing recovery, reboot your phone.
- You are all done!
You have successfully flashed TWRP Recovery on your XOLO Q1100 and you can enjoy this newly installed recovery using the Quick Boot app. It should help you reboot into the recovery with a single tap so that you do not need to hold physical buttons each time you wish to reboot into the recovery mode.
So, you have got both root access and a custom recovery up and running on your phone. It is time for you to celebrate as you now have everything you need to customize your phone to a greater extent, and to the extent where you can change the actual operating system of your phone. Yes, you can have the entire stock ROM on your phone replaced with a custom one that brings with it custom options that were not available in the stock one.
If that sounds cool to you, you can just head over to your favourite Android forum, download a custom ROM of your choice, place it on your phone, and flash it using the custom recovery. You should be all up and running in no time.
Sometimes custom ROMs flashes do not go well and you may want to revert back to the stock. In order for you to have something to fall back on when things do not go well, there is an option in the recovery called Backup that lets you fully backup your phone. That way your entire data will be backed up and you can then go ahead and flash a custom ROM on your phone. If it did not go well, you can just restore the backup and you will be good to go.
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Take Into Account:
Team Win often release several TWRP Recovery files for a particular device. They always recommend installing the latest version of TWRP available to avoid compatibility issues. If you have updated the firmware on the device recently and the most recent version of TWRP is not working, then try downgrading the firmware and trying again.
Some custom ROMs that are newer might not be compatible with older versions of TWRP Recovery. You can fix that issue by updating to the latest version of TWRP also.
You can visit the official Team Win Recovery Project home page and scroll down the list to find your device to get the most recent version if the version available in this guide is not working for your device.