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Root TWRP 3.0.0-0 for Surnia

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    I tried to update TWRP and now have no recovery. Tried TWRP Mgr And the methods described here: https://twrp.me/devices/motorolamotoe.html to no avail. Wondering if I should use CWM? If so, where's the best tutorial. Current version is 13.0-20160404-nightly-surnia. This all started because I could not update fresh nighlies automatically. Help a NOOB?
     
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    Reboot into bootloader and having your phone connected to your computer use fastboot and type "fastboot flash recovery {name}.img, if everything went ok use volume down key to go to recovery and press power to select it, you should boot into twrp at that point
     
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    This model serves to twpr xt1526 ?
     
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    I cant seem to get this TWRP to mount the system as readable. I chose to make the system readable when asked, I also have tried using the options in the Mount tab inside TWRP. Any other ideas? Thanks in advance

    Edit: I tried SuperR's 2870 found a few posts down in this section but that was a whole other problem. 2870 couldnt see the backup I made with the TWRP found in this post and .... ugggg. I finally restored by flashing a new rom zip and rebooting to recovery during the boot screen. After that I could restore from my backup. What a process :D I would still like to know what the problem was in the first place if anyone knows. Thanks again
     
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