Realme has recently launched the Realme X2 Pro smartphone as an affordable flagship killer with flagship specifications. The handset comes with a 6.5-inches Super AMOLED display, a whopping 1000 nits maximum brightness, 90Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 855+ chipset, up to 12GB RAM, up to 256GB onboard storage, etc. If you’re using Realme X2 Pro handset wants to install any Project Treble supported Custom ROM or any Root file or any mod file on your device, you can try out the OrangeFox Recovery Project. It’s quite similar to the Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) with redesigned UI and additional functionalities.
Here in this guide, we will share with you the steps to install the OrangeFox Recovery Project on Realme X2 Pro. The flashing guide is simple and easy to perform. Check out the full article.
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OrangeFox Recovery Project: Overview
Though the OrangeFox Recovery Project is a Custom Recovery for Android-powered smartphones which is based on the TWRP source code it offers a stable custom recovery with a lot of features. Such as theme, support for MIUI OTA, installing init.d functionality, alternative lock screen, and more. Additionally, the Recovery supports both the Treble and non-Treble ROMs and Built-in support for installing or removing Magisk and SuperSU. While, it brings the Fox theme engine with a set of themes, color scheme, and splash screen. Now, let’s take a look at the OFRP features.
Realme X2 Pro Specifications:
The Realme X2 Pro sports a 6.5-inches Super AMOLED 90Hz refresh rate display of 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution. The display also supports HDR10+ content having a 1000 nits maximum brightness level. While the handset comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on both sides with an aluminum frame.
It’s powered by the flagship octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC, coupled with Adreno 640 GPU. There is 6GB/8GB/12GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB/256GB UFS3.0 of internal storage options available on this device. It runs on the Android 9.0 Pie over ColorOS 6 out-of-the-box and upgradable to Android 10 over ColorOS 6.1 skin.
In terms of the camera department, the Realme X2 Pro packs a rear 64MP wide-angle (f/1.8) lens, an 8MP ultrawide camera (f/2.2), a 13MP telephoto (f/2.4) lens, and a 2MP depth sensor (f/2.4) lens. While the front features a 16MP selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture lens.
The device packs with some of the major sensors like an optical in-display fingerprint sensor, an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity, and compass sensor. Whereas the handset sports a 4,000mAh battery with 65W Super VOOC Flash Charge fast charging technology.
OrangeFox Recovery Project Features
- Supports Treble and non-Treble ROMs
- Up-to-date Oreo kernel, built from sources
- Increased compatibility with TWRP
- Updated with latest TWRP commits
- Built-in support for installing init.d functionality
- Support for installing Magisk built-in
- Built-in support for installing SuperSU (v2.82-201705271822 – non-Treble ROMs only)
- White Flashlight
- Password, torch, led
- Support for MIUI and Custom ROMs
- MIUI OTA support
- Better language support
- Optimized versions of community scripts
- Alternative lock screen
- Fox theme engine:
- Various themes (black, dark, etc)
- Color schemes
- Choice of the splash screen
- And more
Now, let’s take a look at the Installation steps of the Orange Fox Recovery Project on Realme X2 Pro. Make sure to follow the download links and requirements at first before flashing.
Steps to Install OrangeFox Recovery Project on Realme X2 Pro
In order to install the OrangeFox Recovery Project on your device, you will need to install TWRP Recovery on your Realme X2 Pro at first. Follow the pre-requirements and then installation steps.
What’s Not working for Realme X2 Pro
- Keep your device battery charged up to 60% before flashing any file.
- You will require a PC/Laptop and a USB Cable as well.
- The Recovery file is only for the Realme X2 Pro handset. Don’t try it on other devices.
- Your device should have unlocked bootloader [Guide to unlock the bootloader on Realme X2 Pro]
- First, copy the downloaded OrangeFox Recovery image to your device storage.
- Connect your device to the PC via a USB Cable.
- Next, switch off your phone and reboot to fastboot mode. [Press and hold Power+Volume Up button together]
- Go to the installed ADB Folder on your C drive.
- Copy the recovery image file on the folder as well.
- Now, press Shift key + right-click in the blank area inside the ADB folder.
- You will see the open Command Window here option. Launch it.
- Now, type the following command in the command window and press enter:
- Then you will see a fastboot device number on the screen. Proceed to the next command to install the OrangeFox Recovery: (Filename saved as recovery.img)
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
- Finally, type another command to reboot into recovery mode:
reboot to recovery
- Your device will now reboot into OrangeFox Recovery mode easily. Enjoy!
That’s it. Now, you’re ready to use the new custom recovery to flash any file or tweaking your device. We hope that you have found this guide helpful. However, if you’re facing any issue regarding this, feel free to write down in the comments below.