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    TWRP Recovery
    This recovery is for the LG L70. It has been tested and works 100%.

    DISCLAIMER: I am not responsible for anything that can happen to your device when using this. Your phone = Your responsibility. Your bootloader must be unlocked to use this.


    1.png 2.png 3.png 4.png 5.png

    The Goods


    CHANGELOG:
    01/20/2016
    Added adoptable storage support

    08/21/2015
    Added F2FS support

    06/24/2015
    Added support for backup partitions: EFS (IMEI), misc (wifi and bt mac's), aboot, radio.
    https://yadi.sk/d/JxAmNOQlhU4B3

    04/03/2015
    Fixed for SeLinux (enabled in CM12.1 and planned for CM12): backup and restore, gapps install.
    https://yadi.sk/d/N7DCXDbMfjo7y

    03/28/2015
    Initial make.
    https://yadi.sk/d/7VEmlse8fanYb

    Installation

    FASTBOOT USERS:

    Download the recovery.img to your computer and open up terminal or command prompt and cd to the directory where the recovery.img is.

    Example:
    Windows
    Code (Text):
    1. cd Downloads
    Linux
    Code (Text):
    1. cd ~/Downloads
    Now that you are in the recovery.img's directory, boot into fastboot mode by powering off the device, from power off, plug in your usb, power on the device, as soon as it starts to boot, release the power button and hold volume up until in fastboot mode.

    Now in terminal or command prompt, type:
    Code (Text):
    1. fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    Reboot
    Code (Text):
    1. fastboot reboot
    Once booted, go download this awesome app to make rebooting to recovery easy, HERE

    FOR THOSE WITH A RESTORED LAF PARTITION:

    Place the recovery.img in the root of your internal sd card.

    Open up command prompt or terminal and type:
    Code (Text):
    1. adb shell
    Code (Text):
    1. su
    Now it is time to overwrite your stock recovery with TWRP, type:
    Code (Text):
    1. dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/recovery
    That's it, download this awesome app to reboot to recovery HERE

    To boot to recovery power off device, power on the device, and wait until it gets to the dim LG logo and try to interrupt the long vibration by pressing volume down a few times, if done correctly, your phone will stop the first boot and start another one that boots you to recovery. Timing is key so it might take a few tries

    MS323 USERS ONLY:

    No need to replace our laf.img!!! Thanks to @DevMyAndroid (who shared this with me), he noticed that if you press power + vol down until you reach the lg logo, release, and then hold same buttons again it will bring up a factory reset screen. If you select "yes", it will take you straight into twrp. With NO data loss.


    Theming

    One of the wonderful features of TWRP is that you can totally theme it! There are links all over. My personal favorite and the one that I use is a material theme! Here's a look of TWRP with a theme:
    11.png 22.png 33.png 44.png
    You can even check out TWRP Theme Manager an app on Google Play Store. :)


    Before you go and try to thank me.
    ALL CREDIT GOES TO THE MAGICAL @vm03

    vm03 totally told me to create and maintain a thread for his TWRP and I was glad to oblige. :) Thank you vm.

     

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    #1 crutchcorn, Mar 30, 2015
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    OMG. Lol. Don't you think that I'M technically first. ;)
     
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    Breh... Thats not a comment... Thats OP...
     
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    *thinks* how did you made a screenshot in twrp???
     
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    Yeah yeah, but the system sees it all the same. :p Anyway, let's stop the spam please. You can totally harass me about this on PM. Lol
     
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    In most/all custom recoveries - you can take a screenshot by pressing the same key combo you would in android. Saves to the same folder even. Very convenient for fast moving logs
     
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    Can i flash it using flashify just like philz?
     
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    Any way to flash PhilZ is the same here. :) (yes)
     
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    You can flash this recovery with Flashify too.
    Tested and working ;)
     
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    I was waiting for VM to put up this thread. Today I was going to message him if I could maintain it. Guess I'm too late. :p

    Nice work VM. Long overdue TWRP.

    Also Crutch: If people don't want to flash by going into fastboot or whatever since it's to much work. Add an easy guide part to the thread. I've heard people using Flashify and the recovery works.
     
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    Sorry mate.

    I might have to do that - however I personally have not done so so I'd need to look into it.
     
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    @crutchcorn
    Can you write a tutorial how to install twrp theme for those who are using slimlp and pac-rom lp and have installed internal disabler?
     
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    Unfortunately you can't. See TWRP is compiled with internal memory in mind so it behaves that way, as if rom has internal memory. Also, you might wanna set output for backups to be on external, for that matter, or else your phome space will be occupied for nothing.
     
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    Sorry, i'm using slimLP with internal disabler but yes i still can use theme ;P

    I had flash the internal disabler, but maybe @zlaja84 could tell me is the disabler working or no on my d325? Here is the pic :
     
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    Forgot to attach the pic.
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    There's nor reason for disabler not to work on d325 :)
    I haven't tried installing themes on TWRP, I just assumed that it must be stored on internal (to which we don't have access from ROM), that's why I said what I said.
     
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    From what I see, you only have externalSD which means it's working.
    Please share here how you installed TWRP theme with disabled internal for those who have problems with that.
     
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    I just found the way accidentally to install theme by entering TWRP and chose reload theme. Because i didn't have any theme before, when i chose reload theme it's show error message that gave me info the path where TWRP search for ui.zip. this is the path (for slimLP with internal disabler) /data/media/0/TWRP/theme/ui.zip, and i found the path actually located on the external SDcard, but TWRP couldn't find the folder if i just create it directly on the SDcard.

    The successful trick is, i used es explorer to open the path step by step before creating the TWRP/theme folder, so on es explore i go to the device root folder (/), then go to data--media--0 and then create TWRP and theme folder inside the TWRP folder. If u select the theme folder and check properties, it'll show that the folder location is /data/media/0/TWRP/. Then just paste the ui.zip theme file inside the theme folder and try again to reload theme from TWRP to change the theme.

    Sorry for bad english by the way...:D
     
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    When i open root folder (/), and opet data, a have only empty folder... :(
     
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    @darkwarrior92 you need to grant root access to your file browser.
     
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    New version
    twrp_w5_20150403.img

    Fixed for SeLinux (enabled in CM12.1 and planned for CM12): backup and restore, gapps install.
     
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    I thought this was a zip file -__-. I've never used Flashify but since it's confirmed to work using it I'll use it as well, thanks crutchcorn.

    Edit: wow. that was easy lol, I forgot I had CWM installed and thought I was going to mess my phone up when I used flashify to intall the twrp.img
     
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    I wish I knew, mounting my SD works for me surprisingly, it use to never work before.
     
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