TWRP 3.2-0 Custom recovery for Infinix Hot 5 with Android 8.1.0 Oreo OS, kernel 3.18.79+. If you just update your Infinix Hot 5 to the latest Oreo OS, you must be searching for how to root your Hot 5 or TWRP for Hot 5. Well, you’ve landed on the right page. Hot 5 users can easily root and modify their devices. TWRP allows you to flash custom ROMs, backup your phone, restore from backups and much more. See the step by step guide ahead to install TWRP Custom Recovery for Infinix Hot 5.
TWRP 3.2-0 Features:
- Install Zip (From SD Card, Internal Storage, OTG Storage)
- Advanced Wipe Menu (Dalvik, System, Cache, Data,
- Internal Storage, SD Card, USB Otg)
- Advanced (Backup | Restore) Menu
- Advanced Mount Options
- TWRP File Manager
- Advanced Reboot Option
- Completely Material Themes
- Easy And Simple
- Proper Detail Of Task
- Showing Progress In Percentage
- Automatically Flash More Than One Zip File One By One
- File Manager
- Brightness Control
- Full Touch
- Name: Infinix - Model: Hot 5 - Chipset: MT6580 - Kernel: 3.18.79+ - OS Version: Android Oreo 8.1.0
- Recovery Name: Team Win Recovery Project - Recovery Version: v3.2-0 - Status: Stable - Current Stable Version: Unofficial
How to install TWRP custom recovery for Infinix Hot 5
Follow the step by step guide below very carefully. This site will not be responsible if you damage your device flashing this recovery to your device.
Method 1 – Using ADB
Flashing twrp on your Hot 5 device, requires bootloader unlock. Doing this will wipe all your personal data, so make sure you take a complete backup to your SD card or PC.
» Download and install adb and fastboot tool to your PC.
» Install adb and fastboot then enable USB debugging on your device in developer option.
» Note that unlocking your bootloader will every data on your device, so make sure you already backed up your files and data to your PC.
» If you’ve already backed up, connect your device to the PC and launch adb and fastboot tool.
» In the command line interface, enter the following command.
» The first command will establish a connection between your PC and phone, so, grant any permission prompt from your phone’s screen.
» Once a successful connection is established, enter the next command to reboot to the bootloader.
adb reboot bootloader
» In bootloader, enter the following command to unlock.
fastboot oem unlock
» Reboot your device after a successful unlock with the command below and wait for your device to boot.
» Now, download TWRP 3.2-0 for Infinix hot 5 from the link below.
» Extract the downloaded recovery image to a folder on your desktop.
» Now, right-click on adb and fastboot to open file location. Make sure the folder contains adb and fastboot installation files.
» Copy and paste the recovery.img in adb and fastboot folder.
» Now, enter the following command in your command line interface to see if your device is still connected.
» Once you’ve confirmed the connection, it’s time to flash the recovery. Simply enter the command below to flash recovery.
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
» Now reboot your device.
That’s it, now, you’ve successfully flashed TWRP 3.2-0 custom recovery for Infinix Hot 5.
Method 2 – Using SPFlash Tool
To flash TWRP for Infinix Hot 5 via SPFlash tool, you’ll need to get your device scatter file, Download Infinix Hot 5 scatter file here.
Now, rename the uploaded file to recovery.img after decompressing it and put it in the same folder with the scatter file.
Launch SPFlash tool and load the scatter file, it will load the recovery image into the download menu.
For a detailed guide on how to use
Click on the download button, power off your device and connect it to the PC via usb cable.
a download process should run and finish in less that 5 secs. Once complete, disconnect your device from PC and boot into TWRP recovery by holding the up volume key and power button together for a few seconds.
Your device should now boot into twrp recovery.
copy Hot 5’s scatter file and TWRP for Hot 5 to the same folder and load it up in
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