Hisense HS-U989 Pro Custom Recovery (TWRP)

R30 / $2.00 (or 1 credits)

  • TWRP custom recovery for U989 Pro (makes systemless root possible)
  • To be tested soon (We offer no email support for tested ROMs)
  • SP Flash Tool ready ROM file
  • Scatter file included for SP Flash Tool flashing
  • File size is 11MB
  • Can be ideally tested by following the below steps
  • R100 of MTN OR R30/$3 in cash
IMPORTANT NOTES
  • Always verify that the IMEI remained the same after every full firmware reload. Dial *#06# to view it - and repair/restore it if necessary
  • Extract your file(s) with 7zip available here
  • Kindly ignore any internet links/shortcuts inside the extracted folder
  • For ROMs not marked as 'Malware verified :D', install and scan the device with the Malwarebytes app after flashing. Read more on this here
  • Not all files have a flash tool included - but you can request one anytime from here
  • For files not marked as Tested/Approved, kindly take a backup whenever you can
  • Need any other help using the file? Avail free support here

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Description

Testing

  1. Boot to recovery
  2. Select ‘reboot to bootloader’
  3. Connect device via USB CABLE
  4. Launch the free ADB/Fastboot tool
  5. Command: fastboot boot recovery.img
  6. The device should then boot TWRP

If you get waiting for device, then you will need to install fastboot drivers

Flashing steps

  1. Install the MTK drivers if not already install
  2. Download > extract and launch the SP Flash Tool
  3. Load the scatter (inside the U989 Pro TWRP folder) on the SP Flash Tool
  4. Only the ‘Recovery’ row will have data on the SP Flash Tool – tick that if not already ticked
  5. Click Download to flash
  6. Remove and replace the battery > connect the device via its USB cable
  7. You soon get Download OK
  8. Disconnect and boot into recovery. Report any issue here: http://help.saroms.co.za/

You will need to place SuperSU.zip onto the SD card or internal memory and install it via the newly installed TWRP recovery to force-root via the systemless root method.