TWRP Posts on XDA

Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) is an open source custom recovery image for Android devices. It has been around since 2011 and is a very popular option for custom recoveries. TWRP provides more tools, such as the ability to fully back up a device, delete files, and install custom ROMs, kernels, and other add-ons.

TWRP 3.5.2 released, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, XZ1, and XZ1 Compact receive official support

Team Win Recovery Project, or TWRP for short, has become the de-facto custom recovery solution for the Android modding community. It allows users to directly flash or ADB sideload ZIP archives that contain custom ROMs or other mods, make a full backup or restoration, and much more. Last month, we saw the release of TWRP...

TWRP officially arrives on four new devices, including Galaxy A10 and POCO X2

TeamWin Recovery Project, more widely known by its TWRP abbreviation, is the most popular custom recovery software for Android devices. TWRP allows you to do everything from flash custom ROMs to creating full backups, all in a few taps. The team behind the project just released a minor update a few days ago, and now...

TWRP 3.5.1 released with new features as team prepares for Android 11 support

TWRP or Team Win Recovery Project is a very familiar name among the Android modders. For the unaware, it’s a custom recovery solution that opens the gateway to many exciting opportunities. Basically, it replaces the default recovery that came with your phone, so you can flash custom ROMs and kernels, root your device via Magisk,...

TWRP ports are now available for the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra

One of the biggest draws to the XDA forums are the abundance of custom ROMs, kernels, and modifications available on it. However, two major roadblocks must be overcome before aftermarket development can really take off on our forums: bootloader unlocking and then porting a custom recovery. Without the latter, it's too risky for most users...

Official TWRP builds out for Galaxy A70, Mi 10i, Moto G7, Moto One Fusion+ and more

TWRP is the lifeblood of the Android modding community, making it possible to boot custom ROMs, kernels, and mods and opening new avenues of device customizations. Last month we saw the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL receiving official TWRP support. Now, five new smartphones have just joined the list: the Samsung Galaxy A70, Motorola...

POCO M3 and Xiaomi Mi 10i / Mi 10T Lite receive unofficial TWRP ports

Unofficial builds of TWRP are now available for the POCO M3 and Mi 10i / Mi 10T Lite, making it possible for the owners of these smartphones to try out new custom ROMs, kernels, and other mods — as and when they become available. The unofficial TWRP build for the POCO M3 comes courtesy of XDA...

Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are now officially supported by TWRP

Depending on who you ask, you might hear different opinions on what the best Android smartphone currently is. But one thing that's clear is that many still consider the Google Pixel lineup as the "gold standard" for what Android devices should be. And it's easy to see why: Pixel phones feature near-stock Android software with...

TWRP 3.5.0 released with support for devices that launched with Android 10

One of the most common reasons that users come to our forums is to flash custom mods, kernels, or ROMs. But none of these aftermarket development efforts are feasible without having the means to install them. That’s where the incredibly popular Team Win Recovery Project, or TWRP for short, comes in. Available on a plethora...

TWRP adds support for the ASUS ZenFone 7, ROG Phone 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Exynos), and more

The TWRP custom recovery is an essential tool for Android enthusiasts who wish to install third-party software on their devices. With it, you can flash new custom ROMs, take full data backups, modify protected files, and do much more. But to do any of these things, you need to have a device that's officially supported...

ASUS ROG Phone 3 Development Update: LineageOS 18.1, TWRP, and Google Camera ports

The ASUS ROG Phone 3 is undoubtedly one of the best gaming smartphones of 2020. The device ticks all the right boxes with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC, 144Hz AMOLED display, 6,000mAh battery, up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and 512GB of fast UFS 3.1 storage. In an effort to boost the aftermarket development...

OmniROM, TWRP, and Google Camera ports are available for the ASUS ZenFone 7 series

ASUS launched their ZenFone 7 lineup back in August this year and the device duo have been quite well received. In a bid to make the phones more attractive to the aftermarket development community, the company promptly published the bootloader unlock tool and the kernel source code. Thanks to the OEM's proactive support, we even...

TWRP adds support for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e LTE, Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, and Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro/EE

The TWRP custom recovery is an essential tool for Android enthusiasts who wish to install third-party software on their devices. With the recovery, you can flash new custom ROMs, take full data backups, modify protected files, and do much more. But to do any of these things, you need to have a device that's officially...