Fastboot backups aren’t designed to be restored through FlashFire, so are less useful and convenient for most users. The backup is in the form of a ZIP file with a flash-all script included inside. You need to copy the backup to your desktop computer and restore it via the Fastboot app. If you don’t know how to do this, read our primer on Fastboot to get up to speed. So TWRP is a custom recovery that you need to flash on to your stock recovery to get the most out of your phone. There are more custom recoveries like CWM but they don’t work as well.
It’s also worth keeping the software updated as new features. The app tends to get more user friendly with each new generation. This option enables you to mount specific partitions so that you can access them via ADB through a desktop. Don’t tick the Skip MD5 generation option, as this ensures the integrity of your backups and guards against errors when restoring them. In TWRP the default option is a factory reset, which wipes the entire device. Don’t forget that you should always make a full Nandroid backup before you flash anything, no matter how innocuous it is.
If you have a memory card, then you’ll also have an option to save it there, while the ADB option lets you back up to your desktop computer. FlashFire is a root app that you can download for free from the Play Store. It’s made by Chainfire, the developer behind apps like SuperSU and the blue light filtering app CF.lumen. If you have any questions or facing errors while applying the steps then you can leave a comment. We will try to resolve your problems as soon as possible. Flashing TWRP does void your warranty so if you want that this might not be a way to go. If you remove TWRP and you get back to stock recovery somehow then you might get your phone warranty back.
If your device is not rooted, you can follow the guide to root your device using Magisk. Magisk is a popular method for rooting Android devices, and it allows you to retain your device’s warranty while still gaining root access. Now if you want to flash Custom ROM or any flashable zip files then you must have a custom recovery installed on your phone. The reason why we use TWRP over other custom recoveries is the simplicity and the availability of the image file. Extracting the Boot.img file is time-consuming and requires some effort.
Now, its time to learn how you can restore that backup if you messed up everything. If you are able to take TWRP backup via ADB, then obviously you can also restore it back directly via ADB. stock ROMs RootMyGalaxy.net is not responsible for any damage happened to your device(s) while following this guide. You have successfully installed Stock Firmware on your Huawei / Honor EMUI phone using TWRP recovery. If TWRP asks if you want to root your phone, choose “Do Not Install”.