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How to Create / Port TWRP/CWM On New MTK (Mediatek soC) Phone Devices


You can following this guides to:

  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6735
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6732
  • Create/Porting  TWRP/CWM MT6797
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6795
  • Create/Porting  TWRP/CWM MT6752
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6753
  • Create/Porting  TWRP/CWM MT6735P
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6735M
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6755
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6752M
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6797T
  • Create/Porting TWRP/CWM MT6799

I am not responsible for any brick that could happen to your phone. You will take all the responsibilities for everything.

I have tested all the following steps on my Ecoo E04 Plus … and I have ported with success the next TWRP (for Lenovo K-50)

Guides:

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1) Download: carliv-imagekitchen-x64_v1.1.rar @Mediafire
Mirror: Mirror @Mega

2) Unzip Carliv.zip and click on carliv.bat … please see the next screenshot :

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3) Copy the recovery.img of your stock rom and paste it into the “recovery-resources” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder) … please see the next two screenshots : 

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4) Type R (and press enter), then type 1 (and press enter) … please see the next screenshot : 

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5) Type 1 (Unpack image) and press enter … and see what happens … please see the next two screenshots : 

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6) Now you can see the next message : “Your image is unpacked in recovery folder“. Open the “recovery” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder) and you will can see with your own eyes the “ramdisk” folder and the other 10 files … please see the next screenshot : 

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7) And this is the content of the “ramdisk” folder (of my unpacked stock recovery) … please see the next screenshot : 

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8) Create a folder on your desktop and rename it “stock” … then copy the entire content of “recovery” folder (the “ramdisk” folder and the other 10 files) and paste them into the folder just created on your desktop (stock folder).
9) Delete your stock recovery.img from “recovery-resources” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder).
10) Delete all files from the “recovery” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder).
11) Copy the custom recovery.img (the TWRP that you want to port for your device) and paste it into “recovery-resources” folder.
12) Now repeat the steps 3, 4 and 5 for the custom recovery.img.
13) Create another folder on your desktop and rename it “port” … then copy the entire content of “recovery” folder (the “ramdisk” folder and the other 10 files) and paste them into the “port” folder.
14) Delete all files (unpacked custom recovery.img) from the “recovery” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder).
15) DO NOT DELETE the custom recovery.img from “recovery-resources” folder.
16) Open simultaneously the stock folder and the port folder (on your desktop) … please see the next screenshot : 

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17) Copy the “recovery.img-kernel” and “recovery.img-kernel_offset” from stock folder … and paste/overwrite them into port folder. Please see the next screenshot : 

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18) Open simultaneously the “ramdisk” folder in both stock folder & port folder … please see the next screenshot :

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19) Copy the “fstab” (in my case “fstab.mt6752”), the “meta_init.modem.rc”, the “meta_init.project.rc”, the “meta_init.rc” and the “ueventd.rc” from stock folder … and paste/overwrite them into port folder. Please see the next screenshot :

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20) You should be able to see the port folder (“ramdisk” folder) like in the next screenshot :

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21) Now copy the “ramdisk” folder and the other 10 files from port folder (on your desktop) … and paste them into “recovery” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder). Then type 2 (Repack image) and press enter. Please see the next screenshot :

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22) “Your new image was repacked as recovery-date-time.img. You can find it in [output] folder“. Open “output” folder (inside Carliv unzipped folder) … and you will find your TWRP ported img. Please see the next screenshot :

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23) Now copy the “recovery-date-time.img” from “output” folder and paste it into a new folder on your desktop. Then, rename your ported twrp img like “recovery.img”. Copy the scatter file of your stock rom and paste it into the new folder on your desktop (together your ported recovery img). Then, flash it with SP Flash Tool. Please see the next screenshots :

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24) Restart your phone in recovery mode … and see what happens. Please see the next screenshot :

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That’s all Smiling

Credits: Cleopatra

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