• Title: Twrp 3.1.1-0
  • Listed: 05/26/2017 1:14 pm
  • ROM Version: 3.1.1-0
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Twrp 3.1.1-0
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TWRP 3.1.1-0 3N1

Themes: Darkplay , Lightplay , default

What's new in 3.1.1-0:

  • Backups will now include adopted storage keys (Dees_Troy)
  • Fixed an adb restore issue (bigbiff)
  • Fixed line wrapping in the GUI terminal (_that)
  • Updated TWRP source code to AOSP 7.1.2 (Dees_Troy)Updated TWRP source code to AOSP 7.1.2

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※Please make a backup of your device before installing or updating ROM

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43 Responses to“Twrp 3.1.1-0”

  1. 12/15/2012



  2. 03/26/2016


    how to install this bro..

    • Raunak


      Flash with flashify app

    • Raunak


      Install flashify app in your rooted device. Open flashify app. Grant root permission > recovery image>choose file>select download twrp img file .then select yup! .. flashing twrp done. 

    • 01/05/2017


      Flash with TWRP 

      1. click on Install 

      2. Select bottom button , Install IMG 

      3. Tick on Recovery 

      4. Flash it , reboot , done.

  3. fziert


    Is adb backup on pc working or just a renamed app of old version ??

    • Raunak


      This is new version of twrp

    • Raunak


      You can use the command-line tool on your PC to execute the appropriate commands and take the backup of the known partitions of your device.

      To begin, you must have ADB set up on your PC. You can either follow our tutorial to setup Android SDK and platform tools, or simply use the standalone package. And of course, your device must be booted into TWRP recovery and connected to the PC.

      On a whole the ADB backup command follows the below structure.

      adb backup -f <filename> –twrp <options>

      The -f switch specifies the filename being added.<filename> could be anything according to your preferences. However, if you choose to leave it empty, the backup will reside under backup.ab, by default.

      <options> let you use the following options, depending upon the partitions you want to backup.

      --compress : Compress the data
      system : backup system partition
      cache : backup cache partition
      data : backup data partition
      boot : backup boot partition
      etc : backup each and every partition your device has

      Only boot, data, and system partitions are backed up by default. So without any arguments, a generalized backup command would be:

      adb backup --twrp

      ADB backup using TWRP

      You can make use of the arguments to customize your backup. So a more advanced backup command should look like:

      adb backup -f firstbackup --twrp system data cache boot

      As soon as you execute the backup command at the client side, the backup screen will open on your device. Then unlock your device and confirm the backup process.
      Conform ADB Backup process on TWRP

      You can use the following command on the client side to restore a backup:

      adb restore <filename>


      adb restore backup.ab
  4. averin007



    Folder drives is not visible ! TWRP\BACKUPS\Lenovo_K50-T5 – a must have !

  5. 05/27/2017


    Awesome Work . Thank you so much

  6. Raunak


    Unknown​ asshol* rate 1 star  without flashing

  7. Raunak


    Guys rate 5 star for support my work ..any question regarding this Twrp please comment

  8. 01/01/2014

    United Kingdom

    Thank you soooo much. Been waiting this since twrp 3.1.1 out. Will give you 5 star sir.

  9. Raunak


    ADB Backup on pc.

  10. 05/27/2017


    Thank you so much .. awesome work sir

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