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.

Unofficial TWRP and LineageOS 17.1 are now available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Samsung is among the small handful of Android OEMs still betting on the tablet segment. The Korean OEM announced a mid-range tablet – the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite – back in April this year, which also made its way to India after a few months. For a budget-friendly tablet that also supports Samsung’s S Pen,...

TWRP ports are now available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus and Galaxy Z Fold 2

For those of you already managed to pick the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus or the Galaxy Z Fold 2, you will be happy to know that unofficial TWRP builds are now out for your devices. Compiled against the latest TWRP 3.4.0 codebase, the builds come courtesy of XDA‌ Senior Member ianmacd. The current set...

TWRP now supports the Samsung Galaxy M30, Galaxy A40, Huawei P20 Lite, Moto G5S Plus, but drops POCO F1 support

The Team Win Recovery Project, AKA TWRP, needs no introduction to the Android modding community. Over the last few years, TWRP has become the de-facto standard for custom recovery in the Android ecosystem. One of the reasons why TWRP is so popular compared to other custom recovery solutions is the massive number of Android devices...

Samsung Galaxy Note 20/Note 20 Ultra (Exynos) get unofficial TWRP, as official kernel sources go live

Android is built on top of the Linux kernel, which means the OEMs are obliged to provide the source code, upon request, of any Linux kernel binaries they distribute on devices they sell. Samsung has a fantastic track record of publishing such kernel source packages in a timely manner, and they have done it again...

Unofficial TWRP now available for the Exynos Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra

Samsung's Galaxy S20 series comes with Android 10 out of the box, and the OEM has now promised to give three generations of Android OS updates to them. As an owner of the latest flagship from the Galaxy S lineup, you might not be ready to opt for installing custom ROMs on your phone anytime...

Unofficial builds of TWRP and OmniROM are now available for the Motorola Moto G8 Power

Back in February, Motorola refreshed its Moto G lineup by launching a pair of Qualcomm Snapdragon 665-powered smartphones. The Lenovo-owned brand dropped the numeric identifier from the names of these two phones in some regions, e.g. the "Moto G8 Power" launched as the "Moto G Power" in the U.S. To make things further complicated, Motorola...

[Update: LineageOS 17.1] Unofficial Pixel Experience and TWRP are already available for the new OnePlus Nord

Third-party development for the OnePlus Nord is on full-swing on our forums, even though it's just been over a week since the device went on sale. XDA Senior Member Some_Random_Username has already released a guide to root the device using Magisk and now, developers have released unofficial builds of the Pixel Experience custom ROM and TWRP...

TWRP is now available for the Motorola One Zoom, Motorola One Action, and Huawei P8 Lite 2017

TWRP recently added a bunch of new devices to its build roaster, including the Moto One Vision, Realme C2, LG V20, and more. Now, three more devices have joined the list: the Motorola One Zoom, Motorola One Action, and Huawei P8 Lite 2017 making it easier for owners of these phones to try out their...

TWRP adds support for the Motorola One Vision, Realme C2, LG V20, and more

Last month, we saw the official TWRP builds making their way to the Samsung Galaxy M20, Asus ZenFone 5Z, Redmi 6/6A, Galaxy S4 Mini, and more. Since then, some more devices have been added to the TWRP build roaster, including the Moto One Action, Realme C2, LG V20, Lenovo Smart Tab M10, Huawei P9 Lite...

TWRP is now available for the ASUS ZenFone 5Z and BQ Aquaris VS/VS Plus, Xiaomi Redmi 6/6A support also readded

Team Win Recovery Project, or TWRP for short, has become synonymous with custom recovery for Android devices. The open-source solution offers a plethora of features that are otherwise not provided by a stock recovery environment, such as the ability to flash ZIP packages that contain aftermarket OSes or different mods, make and restore partition-level data...

TWRP is now available for the Samsung Galaxy M20, Galaxy S4 Mini (Sprint), Fairphone 3, drops support for the Moto E4+/E5, Realme 2 Pro, and Redmi 6/6A

Developers working on the Team Win Recovery Project recently unveiled TWRP 3.4.0 - a major release with several notable improvements, such as partial support for Android 10. TWRP has become the de-facto custom recovery solution for the Android modding community, as it can be used to flash ZIP archives that contain custom ROMs or other...

TWRP 3.4.0 enables OZIP decryption for Realme/OPPO devices and support for legacy devices upgraded to Android 10

Whether you are an experienced flashaholic or just a newcomer to the flashing scene, you likely have used Team Win Recovery Project, or TWRP for short, at some point. The custom recovery solution officially supports hundreds of Android-powered devices (including TV Boxes and smartwatches). On the other hand, the modding community has managed to integrate...