How to root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery

Hi, This is a tutorial to root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery. In this guide you will find all steps with image, therefore it is safe and easy method of root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery.

HTC U Ultra has Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor along with 4 GB RAM and 64/128 GB ROM. This phone has 5.7 inches Super LCD5 capacitive touch screen size with 1440 x 2560 pixels. HTC U Ultra has 16 mega pixels rear camera with LED flash and 12 mega pixels front Flash camera in HTC U Ultra.

HTC U Ultra is great phone and you must be root HTC U Ultra, because root allows for you to use a maximum of your phone without any restrictions. After root you will install custom Rom, apps, and setting in your phone. But before root you must read Root Advantage and Disadvantage by this post. Then after follow these steps to root your phone.

Preparation of flash or update:

1. First you should take a backup of your phone.
2. Your phone battery should be charge minimum 80%.
3. Make sure proper power backup of your PC.
4. Unlock bootloader of HTC U Ultra

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Download tool for root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery

FILE NAMEDOWNLOAD LINK
HTC U Ultra ADB DriverDownload
HTC U Ultra TWRP RecoveryDownload
HTC U Ultra SuperSU ZipDownload
HTC U Ultra Fast-boot toolDownload

Steps to root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery:

Step 1: Download and install HTC U Ultra ADB driver on your PC and enable Developer option and USB debugging mode on your HTC U Ultra by this guide . Download and copy SuperSU Zip file in the phone SD card. Now download and extract TWRP Recovery and Fast-boot tool and move TWRP Recovery (recovery.img) file in the Fast-boot tool folder. Then press and hold shift key in the keyboard and right click in the extracted Fast boot tool folder and select “Open command window here”. See in this image.

Run fastboot command window for HTC U Ultra

Step 2: Now connect HTC U Ultra with PC via USB cable and type adb reboot bootloader to boot your phone in the bootloader or fastboot mode. if this CMD command is not work for reboot bootloader or fastboot mode, then switch off your HTC U Ultra and press volume down and power button. You will get a vibration and your device will boot in recovery mode, then you select Reboot to Bootloader.

Manually reboot bootloader or fastboot mode

Note: Now your HTC U Ultra in the bootloader or fastboot mode, So you type fastboot devices in the command window then press enter key. This command show connected device in the command window and you can see your Smartphone serial number.  If command window is not show your device serial number. Then install USB driver correctly or change your USB port of the PC.

Flash TWRP recovery on HTC U Ultra by Fastboot

Step 3: If your HTC U Ultra connected, then type fastboot flash recovery recovery.img command in the command window and press enter key to flash TWRP recovery on HTC U Ultra.

Step 4: Now type fastboot boot recovery.img to boot in recovery mode. Then tap on install tab or button and select “SuperSU.zip”file from your save location on your phone SD card and install this file.

Root process

Now reboot your phone. If you want to check your Mobile rooted or not try this app Root checker.

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How to unroot HTC U Ultra:

It is must for you to know, how to unroot HTC U Ultra Smartphone. When you feel that you don’t want rooted phone, then you can easily unroot your phone by un-install root app. Here is simple steps to unroot your device. You can also see unroot process in this image.

Step: First of all open Su App from your app menu and tap on Setting. Now scroll and find “Full Unroot” option and tap on it. that’s all.

Unroot HTC U Ultra

I hope you like this root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery guide from which you will be able to easily root HTC U Ultra and install TWRP recovery without any extra efforts. If feel any problem in this guide then please use comment box. Thanks to all.

Note: I am not responsible if you make Mistakes and Bricked Devices.

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