If you are the owner of Nokia 3.1 Plus smartphone and searching for a guide on how to install TWRP custom recovery and root Nokia 3.1 Plus, then you are at right place. The official stock firmware is good but it is limited and do not support features in the sense of customization. In the field of customizations, you have to install TWRP custom recovery. Nokia 3.1 Plus is one of the budget and excellent smartphone from Nokia. So if you want to customize and get the full potential of your smartphone or get the admin rights of your device, the proceed to the given guide.
Here we come with a simple step by step guide on how to install TWRP custom recovery and root Nokia 3.1 Plus. Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) is a custom recovery that comes with a material design and attractive user interface (UI). The TWRP allows to flash custom ROMS, Mods, Kernel, Xposed, take Nandroid backup and much more. After installing TWRP custom recovery, you can root your device. Rooting Nokia 3.1 Plus means you can break all the restrictions or you can give permission yourself to customize your device beyond the limits.
There are many advantages of rooting the phone such as install the third-party firmware, install custom ROMs, backup the current system, enhanced your phone speeds and much more. Keep in mind to take the full backup of all your valuable data before proceeding. Because while installing TWRP recovery and root your device, your entire data will be wiped clean. If you are want to install TWRP custom recovery and root Nokia 3.1 Plus, then go ahead and follow the given instructions.
AndroidBlog will not responsible for any damage occurred to your Nokia 3.1 Plus during or after the installation of TWRP custom recovery. Please keep in mind that replacing the stock recovery with TWRP recovery isn’t an official process so that you will lose the warranty of your Nokia 3.1 Plus.
- Take a proper backup of all your important data like your contacts, call logs, texts, images, videos and audio files on Nokia 3.1 Plus before starting the flashing process. It is recommended to keep everything safe and secured by syncing your files with your account.
- A Windows-based PC will be required for this process to install the Nokia 3.1 Plus USB drivers and the Android SDK toolkit.
- The bootloader of your phone should be unlocked, otherwise, you’ll not be able to flash the TWRP.
- Enable USB Debugging option by navigating to Menu – Settings – Developer Options.
- The battery level of your Nokia 3.1 Plus smartphone should be at least about 70% to avoid unexpected shutdowns during installation.
- Download TWRP For Nokia 3.1 Plus (Link Coming Soon)
- Download Magisk latest version
- SuperSU Package
Steps to Flash TWRP Recovery on Nokia 3.1 Plus:
Step No 1: Download the TWRP Fastboot image, the flashable TWRP installer and the SuperSU package from the above-given links on the desktop of your PC.
Step No 2: Next, choose the Fastboot TWRP image and copy/paste it to the same folder as ADB and Fastboot on your PC.
Step No 3: Turn ON your Nokia 3.1 Plus and connect it to the PC using its USB data cable.
Step No 4: Move the TWRP flashable zip file and the SuperSU package to your Nokia 3.1 Plus.
Step No 5: Navigate to the ADB and Fastboot folder on your PC and within that folder open a cmd window and type this command to automatically rebooted into bootloader mode on your phone.
adb reboot bootloader
Step No 6: Now, type the following command and hit Enter to boot your phone into TWRP recovery:
fastboot boot twrp-3.0.2-0-alpha1-fastboot-marlin.img
Step No 7: From there, tap on Install and load the TWRP recovery .zip file. Swipe to begin the flashing process.
Step No 8: When done, reboot your phone.
9: Finally, go back to the main menu of Recovery and install the SuperSU root exploit.
Step No 10: Once the SuperSU root exploits are installed, reboot your Nokia 3.1 Plus.
How to Root Nokia 3.1 Plus:
Root Nokia 3.1 Plus With SuperSU
Root Nokia 3.1 Plus With Magisk
Done! You have successfully installed TWRP recovery and Unlock bootloader on your Nokia 3.1 Plus, and you can now reboot your phone into recovery mode.