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You can now install the TWRP recovery on your tablet

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Xiaomi Mi Pad: You can now install the TWRP recovery on your tablet

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April 15, 2016

xiaomi mipad

A few days ago, we learned that custom recovery TWRP was beginning to be available for the phablet Redmi Note 3 and today that novelty has been extended to many of the other terminals of the Chinese company, including the tablet My pad First generation Now changing the ROM on almost all computers in the Xiaomi catalog becomes much simpler and safer for users.

We have long insisted that Xiaomi has become one of the brands geek (maybe even ahead of the Nexus) par excellence on European soil. It has its logic. It is a Chinese manufacturer with exceptional pieces of hardware that sells its products much cheaper than the rest, although the operating system is adapted to the patterns of use of the country of origin. Therefore, making any of your tablets or smartphones become a globally usable terminal has become a great challenge for the scene Android

TWRP now available for 6 Xiaomi, including the Mi Pad

We read on the MovilZona portal that Team Win Recovery Project has released a version of its custom recovery for 6 teams of the Chinese company. The lucky ones are: the Redmi Note 2 and 3, the Mi 2 (S), 4c, 4i, Redmi 3 and the My Pad tablet First generation This device, we remind you, was launched in March 2014 and has the processor Nvidia Tegra K1, unlike the second generation that mounts an Intel chip.

Xiaomi MiPad tablet

As we say, the option to change ROM becomes much simpler and accessible to the general public. TWRP is (perhaps with ClockworkMod) the most important and popular custom recovery of the Android scene.

How to install TWRP on the Xiaomi Mi Pad

For tanned users in these lides it will not be any problem to put TWRP on your tablet. We leave you here a tutorial of our partners of Mobile Zone where the step by step procedure is explained. However, and in summary, we will have two options. If we are root, just install the TWRP Manager application from the Play Store and flash the .tar file that you can download here.

TWRP Manager (Requires ROOT)

TWRP Manager (Requires ROOT)

In case you don't have permission to Super user you can use the program Odin (another classic, especially for Samsung Galaxy users) and follow the steps detailed in the guide that we have linked in the previous paragraph.