How to Uninstall TWRP to Default Stock Recovery
Generally, we’d never recommend you to uninstall TWRP from your device. It is just too useful, however, if you have a situation and you must delete it, then here are a few tips to do that. We are going to discuss How to Uninstall TWRP to Default Stock Recovery.
There’s actually no direct solution in order to delete TWRP recovery. The only way it can be removed is just to replace it along with another recovery. And just because we do not have a better alternative to TWRP recovery in the custom recoveries scene actually. We actually guess your reason in order to remove TWRP is to get the stock recovery back as well.
But, finding the stock recovery for your device can be really challenging and in some cases, you guys probably won’t even be able to find any as well. In that case, you guys might have to flash the full stock firmware to your device in order to get the stock recovery along and uninstall TWRP thereby.
Because uninstalling TWRP is only possible through replacing it with another recovery. You should already know how to do that as well. The procedure in order to install a recovery is just the same for all, no matter if it’s a custom recovery (such as TWRP) or a stock recovery. So installing stock recovery to your device will be just the same as how you installed the TWRP recovery.
Still, in case, if you forgot or don’t how to install recovery. Then below are detailed instructions to delete TWRP and install a recovery file for devices from different manufacturers as well.
Reasons Why should you uninstall TWRP Recovery and Install Stock Recovery?
Before going on further we first need to get the perfect answer to the above question. Well, TWRP has also served as an absolute blessing to Android devices along with the wonderful embedded features actually. However, there are some scenarios where TWRP recovery does not work properly actually. We are going to give you here some of the reasons why you should uninstall TWRP and install Stock recovery back:
- If you are looking forward to selling your device; then you need to go back to the stock back.
- If you have to give an OTA update to your Android handset you have to have got back to stock recovery.
- You guys also need to have uninstalled TWRP and get back to stock recovery. If you guys are willing to install Stock ROM or any Firmware to your device as well.
How to Uninstall TWRP to Default Stock Recovery
Then custom recovery has provided the best solution in adding modifications to your Android Smartphone actually. TWRP recovery is actually a customized android recovery that turns on android users in order to enhance its working capabilities. If you guys are willing to uninstall TWRP and install Stock Recovery back. Then this article is going to give you a perfect solution for you. At the same time, it is important for the user in order to follow all of the mentioned steps.
Hope that the installing and uninstalling stock recovery on Android device stuff given here will be useful actually. Also at the same time, the users shouldn’t miss the steps at any cause in order to complete the process successfully.
Uninstalling TWRP on Nexus, Sony, HTC, Motorola, LG, Asus, and other similar manufactures:
For the devices that can be connected in bootloader or fastboot mode. It is easier to install a recovery image actually. Have a look at the detailed steps below:
- First, just download the stock recovery .img file compatible for your device.
- Then you have to set up ADB and Fastboot on your computer.
- Turn on USB debugging on your device:
- Launch Settings on your device.
- Head to About phone and tap seven times on Build number, then this will turn on Developer options.
- Now go back to Settings and you guys will see “Developer options” there, just open it.
- Tick the USB Debugging checkbox as well.
- You have to open the folder where your recovery .img file is stored.
- Now just open a command window inside that folder. In order to do that, “Shift + Right click” on any empty white space inside the folder. And then choose “Open command window here” from the context menu as well.
- Now just connect your device to the computer. And then type the following into the command window that we opened in step 4 above to boot your device into bootloader/fastboot mode:
adb reboot bootloader
If you ask for permission in order to “Allow USB debugging”, tap OK.
- When your device boots into bootloader mode, then issue the following command into the command window to flash the TWRP recovery .img file:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
Here modify recovery.img along with the name of your recovery .img file, OR change your recovery filename to recovery.img and you have to use the command above.
- When the recovery is successfully flashed on your device, issue the following command in order to reboot:
Uninstall TWRP on Samsung Galaxy devices:
Well, flashing recovery on Samsung Galaxy devices is different actually. You guys have to use Odin to flash a recovery .tar file. Just check out the detailed guide below:
- Just unzip the Odin 3.10.6 .zip file and then run or open the Odin3 v3.10.6.exe file from the extracted files on your computer.
- Also, make sure that you have downloaded a Odin flashable recovery .tar file. That is compatible with your device.
- (If applicable) Turn on OEM unlock:
- Then head to Settings » About phone » and tap “Build number” seven times to turn on “Developer options”.
- Go back to the main Settings page, then scroll to the bottom, and choose “Developer options” from there.
- Under Developer options, you have to look for the “Enable OEM unlock” checkbox or toggle and make sure you Check it or turn it ON.
- Now boot your device into Download Mode:
- Just switch off your device.
- Tap and hold the “Home + Power + Volume down” buttons for just a few seconds unless you see a warning screen.
- Then tap on Volume Up on the warning screen in order to accept it and boot into Download mode.
- When your device is in download mode, connect it to the PC along with a USB cable. The Odin window on your computer should detect the device and also show an “Added!!” message.
- Now tap on the AP tab on the Odin window and choose the recovery .tar file. That you just downloaded for your device.
Keep in mind that do not play with any other options on the screen. You are only needed to connect your device and choose the recovery .tar file in the AP tab.
- Tap on the Start button on Odin and then wait for it in order to finish the process. When it has finished successfully, then you will see a pass message on the Odin screen as well.
- Your device will then automatically reboot whenever Odin is done flashing. You can then disconnect your device as well.
Alright, folks, I hope you like this article and understand now. If you have any issues and queries related to it, just comment down and let us know.