How to install TWRP Recovery Root Xiaomi Redmi 3. Guide on how to install TWRP 3.1.1-0-ido Recovery and get ROOT access with SuperSu through TWRP on Xiaomi Redmi 3, to get the most out of it and to access options that are not available if you don’t have root access.
Previous steps and recommendations before continuing with the guide on How to install TWRP Recovery and Root Xiaomi Redmi 3
Steps and previous recommendations, before Rooting Android.
- Enable the USB Debugging option. Settings -> Developer options. If it is not active, it must be activated from: Settings -> All -> About phone -> Compilation number. Then, click 5-7 times on the build number, until a message tells us that we are already a developer. Next, we go to Settings -> Development Options and activate USB Debugging. Also activate Allow OEM Unlock, if this option is available.
- We make sure that we have the Xiaomi USB drivers installed on the PC, so that we can connect the device with the equipment correctly.
- Before continuing with the guide on How to install TWRP Recovery to Root Xiaomi Redmi 3, we have to unlock the device’s bootloader. The process will completely erase all personal data from the device, applications, settings, photos, music, etc. To be on the safe side and in case something goes wrong, we recommend making a backup
Files necessary to continue with the guide on How to install TWRP Recovery and Root Xiaomi Redmi 3
How to install TWRP Recovery and Root Xiaomi Redmi 3
Step 1: Follow this guide to install TWRP custom recovery downloaded from above, on Xiaomi Redmi 3: Install TWRP Recovery on Android devices using FASTBOOT
Step 2: Next, follow this guide to Root Xiaomi Redmi 3 flashing with the SuperSu file downloaded above, using TWRP Recovery: Root with SuperSu through TWRP Recovery Android devices
Don’t forget to backup EFS IMEI partition and also create Nandroid backup with TWRP Recovery. That’s it. This is the guide on How to install TWRP Recovery and Root Xiaomi Redmi 3