• Title: TWRP Oukitel Mix 2
  • Listed: 01/13/2018 6:18 pm
  • ROM Version:TWRP v3.2.1 Nougat
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TWRP Oukitel Mix 2

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TWRP (Nougat) for Oukitel Mix 2

Here is the TWRP custom Recovery for our Oukitel Mix 2, necessary to install the ROOT and future custom ROMs.

The installation process is not simple, but with patience and following the instructions carefully you will have it ready in a few minutes. VERY IMPORTANT! The installation process requires formatting the internal storage, because it is encrypted and for TWRP to work correctly and have total control over our device, it is necessary to perform the internal storage formatting.

Please, before continuing, make a backup of your data.For example, in WhatsApp use the option to backup your chats. In any other app that has the option to backup data, use it. Use the option to synchronize your applications with the google account so that afterwards the applications are installed automatically when you start using your mobile. The process will make your mobile look as if it had done a factory reset.

The installation must be done with fastboot.




     1. ​​Tap on Settings ->About phone ->Tap Build number seven times to enable "Developer options". Go to Developer options ->OEM unlocking enabled and USB debugging enabled.


     2. Extract the recovery.img file from de TWRP-Mix2.zip

     3. Go to adb installation directory (usually C:ADB) and copy/paste here the recovery.img file

     4. In an empty zone of the folder, hold shift key (in PC keyboard) and right click (in you mouse). In the context menu choose “Open Command Window Here”

     5. Connect your phone to the PC via USB cable.

     6. Type the next command : adb reboot bootloader (and press enter). The phone will reboot in fastbood mode.

     7. Now type the next command: fastboot oem unlock (and press enter)


     8. Press volume up (into your phone) to confirm to unlock the bootloader. You will see in the CMD prompt the next messages : "Start unlock flow", and when it will be finished, you will see "OKAY".

     9. Reboot in normal mode (be patient, when you unlock the bootloader, the phone reset to factory).

     10. Tap on Settings ->About phone ->Tap Build number seven times to enable "Developer options". Go to Developer options -> USB debugging enabled.

     11. Connect your phone to the PC via USB cable.


     12. Now type the next command in your PC: adb reboot bootloader (and press enter). The phone will reboot in fastbood mode.

     13. Now type the next command : fastboot flash recovery recovery.img (and press enter)


     14. Long press onto power button until the phone is turned off.

     15. Hold simultaneously volume up+power buttons

     16. Select the first line with volume up button

     17. Hold volume down button to confirm

     18. Choose your language and press "Cancel"when ask for password encryption

     19.  Go to Wipe >"Format Data"(don't go to "Advanced Wipe", don't go to "swipe to Factory Reset, look at the image) 

and type “Yes” in the provided field. Press the check button in the keyboard.

     20. Reboot in recovery mode again

     21. ¡Pay attention! TAP ON DO NOT INSTALL (the next screenshot) :

     22. Install your favorite ROOT (SuperSU, Magisk, etc.)

That's all. 

Note: Magisk is not fully compatible, use SuperSU


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18 Responses to“TWRP Oukitel Mix 2”

  1. 04/15/2013
    Posts: 11


    Thank You

  2. 04/15/2013
    Posts: 11


    Hi all :D

    why the internal memory is 0  


    • 05/27/2014
      Posts: 26


      Because it's encrypted. Did you follow the step 19 of the guide? Remember, this step format all datas, make backup.

  3. 10/05/2014
    Posts: 5

    I want to ask why TWRP does not see superSU zip files?
    Internal memory is 0.
    What should I do now?

    • 05/27/2014
      Posts: 26


      When the internal memory is 0, it's because the data is encrypted. Did you follow the step 19 of the guide? You can put the superSU in the external SD card, too. Go to install ->Select Storage, and choose Micro SD card, press ok and look for your SuperSU installer.

  4. 10/05/2014
    Posts: 5

    Is it now necessary to remove one of two SIM cards and put an SD card? Then upload a super SU zip to it? Only from it i will be able to install super SU zip?

    • 05/27/2014
      Posts: 26


      SuperSU ZIp can be installed form interal o external SD. For internall, you must to get access formattiin it for erase the encrypted data.

  5. 04/15/2013
    Posts: 11



    Yes I followed the instructions of point 19, once formatting the memory is clearly visible, but when I turn on my smartphone that I do the configuation and I go back in the TWRP the memory is back to 0mb

  6. 05/27/2014
    Posts: 26



    I sent you a private message, please, check it.

  7. 05/27/2014
    Posts: 26


    For me, the internal storage is working fine:

  8. 04/15/2013
    Posts: 11


    Thank you, I test tomorrow good evening

  9. 10/05/2014
    Posts: 5

    I did everything as it was written, but the internal memory is 0. I tried to insert the SD card, but I can not install the super SU. I put the second sim card again, but everything is the same.
    Failed to decrypt data.
    Unable to decrypt with default password. You may need to perform a Format Data.
    Updating partition details …
    Unable to mount storage
    Full SELinux support is present.

  10. 04/15/2013
    Posts: 11



    Hello everyone
    I just redo the procedure 19, it's the same problem



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