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.

Download Android 10 custom ROMs for the Realme 5 Pro: LineageOS, Pixel Experience, more

The budget-friendly Realme 5 Pro (review) from last year was among the first few devices from the company to receive the Android 10-based Realme UI update. Shortly after rolling out Realme UI for the device, the company also shared its Android 10 kernel source code in an effort to promote third-party development. Just a few...

TWRP adds support for the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Mi Mix 3 5G

Replacing the stock recovery with a custom recovery like TWRP gives users the option to try out aftermarket mods and customize their Android devices by installing custom ROMs and kernels. Apart from the regular features like complete data backup and restore, TWRP can be modded even further to support true dual booting. The project is...

ASUS ZenFone 6/ASUS 6Z Developments: Custom ROMs, Kernels, Mods, and more

The ASUS ZenFone 6 is among the few pocket-friendly flagship killer devices. Besides its powerful Snapdragon 855 processor, the ZenFone 6 (ASUS 6Z in India) is known for its 180º flipping rear camera. When it comes to software, the phone offers a really clean user experience for its target audience, primarily comprising gamers and power...

TWRP adds support for the Realme X2, Realme XT, and Xiaomi Mi Pad 4

Team Win Recovery Project, or TWRP for short, is the most popular custom recovery software designed for Android devices. It can make and restore full data backups, modify protected files, flash zip archives that contain modified apps or aftermarket OSes, and do much more. It's available for a plethora of devices, and the list of...

Unofficial TWRP enables true dual boot on the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus phones are often touted as the spiritual successors to the Google Nexus lineup due to their hackability. The debutant OnePlus One can run Android 10 or even Ubuntu Touch without any issue. Advanced mods, such as multi-booting, is quite a well-known hack among the community. Now XDA Recognized Developer Zackptg5 has expanded the concept...

TWRP adds support for the Sony Xperia 10/10 Plus

The Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) is the most popular custom recovery out there, and for good reason. It offers the best blend of functionality, and it remains easy-to-use. It also has a fairly pleasing user interface. Official TWRP support has recently been added for the Xiaomi Mi A3, Redmi Note 8 Pro, ASUS ROG...

TWRP is now officially available for the Xiaomi Mi A3 and Redmi Note 8 Pro

For many of us enthusiasts, after unlocking the bootloader, the next step almost always involves replacing the stock recovery with a custom recovery like TWRP, enabling us to enjoy custom ROMs and other mods on our devices. One of the reasons why TWRP is so widely popular compared to other custom recoveries is the sheer...

ROG Phone II, Realme X2, and Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite are now officially supported by TWRP

Last year was a great year for smartphones. ASUS caught our attention with the ROG Phone II, a smartphone made to cater towards gamers with its powerhouse specifications (Snapdragon 855 Plus, up to 12 GB of RAM, up to a whopping 1 TB of internal storage, a behemoth 6,000 mAh battery, and a buttery smooth...

TWRP is now available for the Nokia 7.1 and Snapdragon Moto E4

Custom recoveries like TWRP give users the option to customize and make the best of their Android devices by installing custom ROMs and kernels. TWRP is one of the most commonly used recoveries for installing third-party software on Android, however, it isn't available for all smartphones. This is mainly due to the sheer number of...

Xiaomi Redmi 8 gets official TWRP support

TWRP is undoubtedly the most commonly used custom recovery for installing third-party software on Android devices. However, it's not officially available for all Android smartphones due to the sheer number of phones launched every month. Thankfully, the recovery is open source, so any developer can build for their phone and request that their builds be...

TWRP now supports the Redmi Note 8/8T, Xiaomi Mi 9, and Realme X2 Pro

The TWRP custom recovery is undoubtedly one of the best options for the Android community to install any kind of third-party software on their devices. However, the recovery doesn't offer official support for all devices due to the sheer number of phones launched each month. Thankfully, the team behind the open-source recovery is quite active...

[Update: Redmi K20/Mi 9T] TWRP adds support for the Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro, Nokia 7.2, and Nokia 6.2

The TWRP custom recovery has been around for several years now and it has grown to become the go-to option for the Android community to install any kind of third-party software on their devices. TWRP's open-source nature helped it reach popularity across a wide range of devices. On top of that, features like full backup...