Download Moto G5 Plus Toolkit to Unlock Bootloader, Root and Install TWRP Custom Recovery etc.
Finally, the Moto G5 Plus has got its own all-in-one toolkit to unlock bootloader, Install TWRP Recovery, Root, Install USB Drivers, Create and Restore backup etc. This all-in-one toolkit will reduce your work to Root Moto G5 Plus and Install TWRP Recovery. It is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms. So, just download the Moto G5 Plus Toolkit for your platform from the downloads section below and start to Root your device.
The Moto G5 Plus Toolkit was developed by an XDA member, drtechie. We appreciate his efforts for providing this wonderful toolkit for Moto G5 Plus.
Features of Moto G5 Plus Toolkit:
- No need of installing ADB and Fastboot binaries
- Works on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS
- Get bootloader unlock data from device
- Send bootloader unique key to device for unlocking
- Flash TWRP Recovery
- Flash SuperSU
- Commonly used ADB and Fastboot commands
- Bundled drivers for Windows
- Create and Restore backups with button clicks
Download Moto G5 Plus Toolkit:
Moto.G5.Toolkit-win32-ia32.zip (92.5MB) – Link
Moto.G5.Toolkit-darwin-x64.zip (98MB) – Link
Moto.G5.Toolkit-linux-x64.zip (87.3MB) – Link
Check for the latest version here.
If you’re a developer and wanted to make some changes to the toolkit then you can find the source code for the Moto G5 Plus Toolkit on github.
How to use the Toolkit to Unlock Bootloader, install TWRP and Root Moto G5 Plus:
Step 1: Download the Moto G5 Plus Toolkit from the above downloads section.
Step 2: Extract the zip package to your desktop.
Step 3: Open the extracted folder and run “Moto G5+ Toolkit.exe” as administrator.
Step 4: The Toolkit should run and provide you with options to unlock bootloader, install TWRP Recovery and Root Moto G5 Plus.
If the Moto G5 Plus Toolkit has helped you in accomplishing your task then don’t forget to thank the developer of this tool. Also, don’t forget to share this page with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus etc.
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