How To - iNo3 MT6735 Root, Twrp

How To – iNo3 MT6735 Root, Twrp

Readme Once: Take a Backup: If you are going to flash the Twrp on your iNo3 MT6735 device, then take a backup of important data such as Contacts, Call logsSMS, and other data as because your personal data will be deleted after flashing the stock firmware.


1- Backup your Call Log – Contacts – Sms – Etc With G Backup

2- Backup your current Firmware With MTK Droid Tool

3- Backup your backup IMEI NVRAM


How To Install Twrp Custom Recovery On iNo3 MT6735:

Unlock the Bootloader and Root before we can flash the TWRP

Step 1- Go to Settings –>About Phone –> Tap on Build Number 7 times

Step 2 – Ensure the build says LD2135.V. or LD2135.V. or earlier

Step 3 – Tap Developer Options -> Turn on USB debugging and OEM Unlocking

Step 4 – Install MTK Vcom Preloader Drivers for Windows 10 

Step 5 – Download and Use MTK Droid Tools 2.5.3 ADB and fast boot by unzipping it and going into the D:\Ino3\MtkDroid_2.5.3d\MTKdroid_2.5.3d\adb folder

Step 6 – Open Administrator Windows Command Prompt and browse to the folder where MTKDroid Tools 2.5.3 adb.exe and fastboot.exe are located

Step 8 – Boot into fast boot mode by typing adb reboot-bootloader

Step 9 – Type fastboot OEM unlock press volume down to confirm the format.

Step 10 – Download Kingroot 4.8.2 

Step 11 – Root phone with Kingroot 4.8.2

Step 13 – Install adbd-insecure-v2.00.apk

Step 12 – Install SuperSu-Me Pro 9.3.8

Step 13 – See that SuperSu-Me Pro 9.3.8 has removed Kingroot and replaced it with SuperSU Me

Step 14 – you can either install flashify or use fast boot flash recovery recovery .img on this TWRP ino3 rar image that Cleopatra has so kindly made for me.

Step 15 – Turn off the phone, hold the power button down for 2 seconds and press volume up. There should be a screen that says Recovery , Fastboot and Normal. Choose Recovery with the volume down button.

Step 16 – you should be seeing TWRP recovery


su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/recovery of=/storage/sdcard0/recovery.img bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0boot0 of=/storage/sdcard0/preloader.bin bs=4096c count=4096 skip=4”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/boot of=/storage/sdcard0/boot.img bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/lk of=/storage/sdcard0/lk.bin bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/logo of=/storage/sdcard0/logo.bin bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/recovery of=/storage/sdcard0/recovery.img bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/secro of=/storage/sdcard0/secro.img bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/nvram of=/storage/sdcard0/nvram.bin bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/system of=/storage/sdcard0/system.img bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/cache of=/storage/sdcard0/cache.img bs=4096”
su -c “dd if=/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/by-name/userdata of=/storage/sdcard0/userdata.img bs=4096”