In this guide, we will show you the steps to switch from TWRP Recovery to OrangeFox. Porting a custom recovery has now become more challenging than ever before. However, if given a chance, it’s fair to assume that every tech enthusiast would opt for a custom recovery instead of using Fastboot Commands to get the job done. Two major reasons for the same are the ease of flashing files and the ability to take Nandroid backup.
Moroever, there exist quite a few variants of custom recovery, among them, TWRP and OrangeFox are the two most popular ones out there. And in some cases, you might want to make. switch from TWRP Recovery over to OrangeFox to flash a specific file. For instance, a few days ago, I was getting bugged with Error 1 while flashing a ROM via TWRP, but upon switching over to OrangeFox, the issue was straightaway rectified and the ROM flashed without any hiccups.
Well, this is not just a one-time instance, you might come across a plethora of other reasons wherein there might be a need to make a switch from TWRP to OrangeFox. So without any further delay, let’s show you how this could be done right away.
How to Switch from TWRP Recovery to OrangeFox
Please take a backup of all the data on your device, just to be on the safer side. Droidwin and its members wouldn’t be held responsible in case of a thermonuclear war, your alarm doesn’t wake you up, or if anything happens to your device and data by performing the below steps. [This guide assumes that your device already has TWRP Installed. if that is not the case, then install it or at least boot to it for one-time usage via fastboot boot twrp.img].
- First off, download and extract Android SDK Platform Tools on your PC.
- Then download the OrangeFox Recovery and send it to your device.
- Now enable USB Debugging on your device and connect it to PC via USB cable.
- After that, type in cmd in the platform-tools folder address bar and hit Enter.
- Then type in the below command in the CMD window to boot to TWRP:
adb reboot recovery
- From TWRP, go to Install, select the OrangeFox ZIP and perform a right-swipe to flash it.
- Once done, your device will automatically boot to OrangeFox Recovery within 5 seconds.
That’s it. These were the steps to switch from TWRP Recovery to OrangeFox. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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