TWRP 3.1.0 For Mediatek 6582 Device (Micromax A106)

Team Win Recovery Project 3.1.x, or TWRP3 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. Its a fully touch driven user interface no more volume rocker or power buttons to mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and completely theme-able. You can change just about every aspect of the look and feel. 
TWRP is an open source, community project. It is one of the the leading custom recovery for many android phones. The stable recovery list for Micromax A106 had been updated with TWRP.  

 TWRP 3.1.0 For MT6582

Whats New in this version ?

TWRP v3.1.0 will Bring Support for Backing up Directly to your PC

Some corrections have been made about how this will be implemented. ADB Backup in TWRP will not be initiated by a GUI, but via an ADB command from your computer. The syntax of the commands will slightly differ from the AOSP ADB command, however.
If you’ve come to the XDA forums looking to install mods, ROMs, or kernels onto your device, there’s a very high chance that your device has TWRP flashed onto it.
TWRP has evolved from being an alternative to ClockworkMod recovery back in the Mediatek Devices recent days to becoming the most widely used custom recovery in the Android community. Its feature-set has greatly expanded over the years, and it now supports virtually every device with an unlockable bootloader (This feature is currently now available in low specs Mediatek Devices). The open source project led by TeamWin is always hard at work fixing bugs and porting the recovery to new devices, but work on new features continues behind the scenes.

Also View: Twrp 3.0.3 For Micromax A106 & MT6582

One feature that has actually existed for quite some time in the TWRP respository but which has never been shipped in an official build is ADB backup. That will soon be changing, however, as we have learned that version 3.1.0 of TWRP will finally ship with ADB backup support, thus allowing you to make full data/system application backups straight to your computer.
ADB backup is a command line tool which allows you to make entire data and system backups, which is what most people seek when performing what’s known as a NANDROID backup. If you issue the right commands, you can create a backup of your applications and their data without needing root access or a custom recovery.

Update: we have learned more details about this upcoming feature. While TWRP will support backing up via ADB, it will not be initiated from the TWRP GUI, but through your PC. However, the exact syntax used in this case will differ than the AOSP implementation. We suspect that doing this via TWRP will allow for any application to be backed up, even if that application is not normally able to be backed up via the standard ADB backup function.
Doing an ADB backup means you can skip having to save several gigabyte-sized archive files onto your phone. This is especially useful for when you want to make regular backups but don’t have a lot of internal storage space left to sacrifice. Instead, you’ll be streaming backups straight to your PC over a wired ADB connection. An added benefit of this is that this will reduce wear and tear on your device’s internal storage, as you will forego writing potentially thousands of files into an archive located on your internal storage.
Making regular backups of your data is essential if you are frequently flashing new mods, kernels, or ROMs onto your device. There’s no telling when something you flash or something you changed will cause an irreversible bootloop, leaving your only way back to your daily setup a backup made via TWRP. If you’ve been putting off making regular backups because of how much space they take up, then I highly recommend you take advantage of this new feature – when it comes out.

Also View: Twrp For Tecno W4 [MT6582] 

Remember, the developers behind TWRP (and any freely available software on our forums) put a lot of work into these projects, but they still have regular lives and jobs they need to attend to. An update to TWRP will be done when it’s done; we don’t know when that will be and we can’t expect the developers to give us an exact timetable. Just be patient and, most importantly, don’t ask for an ETA.

TWRP App Update

Back in the middle of December, we announced that the first official TWRP was finally available in the Google Play Store. Since its initial release, the application has seen a number of updates enhancing functionality. One of the major new features is the ability to backup existing boot and recovery partitions, in case you ever need to restore one of these for whatever reason.
On the UX front, the application has undergone some simplifications to make it easier to tell when you are flashing an image and when flashing is successful. Finally, they’ve also changed the background colors so it doesn’t appear as jarring as it once did. Now, the UI somewhat resembles the actual TWRP recovery interface, which while fairly simplistic is very easy on the eyes. Check it out!


CHANGELOG for 3.0.3-0:

  • Will be released soon….

CHANGELOG for 3.0.3-0:

  • Fix Mounting bugs
  • Fixed some flasing issues (which occurs during flashing any archives) 

CHANGELOG for 3.0.2-0:

  • Fix a bug with the input box that affected masked inputs (passwords). This fixes decrypt of full device encryption on devices that support decrypt. This bug also impacts encrypted backups. Users are highly encouraged to stop using 3.0.1 if you use encrypted backups or if you need decrypt of data in TWRP.
  • Add Greek translation to some builds.

CHANGELOG for 3.0.1-0:

  • Support new CM 13.0 pattern encryption (sultanqasim)
  • Fix slow flashing issue due to modprobe (present on only some devices) (#twrp)
  • Libtar updated to latest upstream and fixes (jcadduono)
  • Fixes for loading custom themes (_that)
  • TWRP will now detect and install TWRP themes automatically through the normal zip install process (Dees_Troy)
  • Translation updates – added Italian, Czech and Polish and significant updates to Dutch
  • Progress bar improvements – progress bar updates during image flashing and better tracks progress during file system backups (tar) (Dees_Troy)
  • Fix input box text display (Dees_Troy)
  • Reboot option after zip install complete (bigbiff)
  • Other mostly invisible bug fixes and improvements

CHANGELOG for 3.0.0-0:

  • Completely new theme – Much more modern and much nicer looking (by z31s1g)
  • True Terminal Emulator – Includes arrow keys, tab and tab completion, etc. (by that)
  • Language translation – It won’t be perfect and especially some languages that require large font files like Chinese & Japanese won’t be availble on most devices. Also some languages may only be partially translated at this time. Feel free to submit more translations to OmniROM’s Gerrit. (mostly by Dees_Troy)
  • Flashing of sparse images – On select devices you will be able to flash some parts of factory images via the TWRP GUI (by HashBang173)
  • Adopted storage support for select devices – TWRP can now decrypt adopted storage partitions from Marshmallow
  • Reworked graphics to bring us more up to date with AOSP – includes support for adf and drm graphics (by Dees_Troy)
  • SuperSU prompt will no longer display if a Marshmallow ROM is installed
  • Update exfat, exfat fuse, dosfstools (by mdmower)
  • Update AOSP base to 6.0
  • A huge laundry list of other minor fixes and tweaks


  • Install Zip(from SD Card, Internal Storage, OTG Storage)
  • Advanced Wipe Menu (Dalvik, System, Cache, Data, Internal Storage, SD Card, USB Otg)
  • Advanced (Backup | Restore) Menu
  • Advanced Mount options
  • TWRP File Manager
  • Advanced Reboot option
  • Completely Material Themed


Other advanced options such as:

Copy logs to sd card,
Fix Permissions
True Terminal Emulator,
ADB Sideload,
Partition SD Card




Before you move further, Thank the developers who made all these possible! Without them, TWRP v3 would not be here. Hit thanks button in their XDA post OVER HERE and show some respect 🙂

If you already have a recovery installed:

  1. Long Press Power off button on your device. (Only on Custom Rom)
  2. If your device doesn’t have this option then enter recovery mode manually by pressing “Vol-up” & “Power Button” Simultaneously.
  3. Select Recovery
  4. Now Your device will boot into recovery mode.
  5. You’re Done!

If you don’t have a custom recovery:

Download and put the recovery.img to the root of your sdcard.
Step 1: Installing using Terminal Emulator
Open terminal emulator and type the following commands one by one:

Step 2: Installing from PC using ADB:
Connect the phone to PC with USB and turn on USB Debugging.
Then enter the following command via adb:


Step 3: Install using Mobile Uncle tools app:


    Important Notes for Twrp Themers
    In addition to the udpated theme, we have introduced a theme version variable to the TWRP theme system. If the theme version does not match the version that TWRP expects, TWRP will reject the custom theme and load its stock theme. This change will ensure that people who update TWRP without updating their theme will still have a workable recovery. We have removed libjpeg support. The stock theme was only using a jpeg image for the splash / curtain. This change means that any custom themes will no longer be able to use jpeg images. It also means that tools used to repack recovery images with a different curtain / splash will need to be updated to use the new method.

    Version number notes
    : For a while we’ve been using a 4 digit version number and reserved the 4th digit for device-specific updates. For instance, we find and fix a device-specific issue like decryption of data on Nexus 5, we would release that as a After a while, some people would start asking where was for other devices. So, going forward we have decided to change the numbering scheme to 3.0.0-2, etc. Our hope is that this version numbering scheme will more clearly identify that the 4th digit does not indicate a version change for the code base.

    We need your help! The bulk of TWRP work is done by 3 people on a volunteer basis. We have pushed most of our device files to our github and we have a gerrit instance. If you have the ability, please help us maintain our official devices and/or add your device to our official device list. Thanks in advance! Now we can also flash aroma zips in recovery!

    Device Info 

    Device : Micromax A106 | Chipset : MT6582 | Kernel : 3.4.67

    TWRP Team , Dees Troy , Omni , LPAD , TeamWin 
    Vojtěch Hejsek , Sunmughan Swamy , Droidadda , AMD

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