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 (hi6250), and Ergo Force F500.
Motorola One Vision
The Moto One Vision is a lower mid-range Android One phone from Motorola, offering a tall 21:9 display, Exynos 96109 SoC, a 48MP primary camera, and a near-stock Android 10 experience. There was already an unofficial build of TWRP maintained by XDA Members Stricted and deadman96385. However, this official build is supported by kaneawk, a well-known name among the Motorola community, who also manages several other Motorola devices, including the Moto X4, Moto X Force, Moto G6 Plus, Moto Z3 Play, and so on.
After the Realme 5 Pro, Realme X2 Pro, and Realme 6 Pro, the Realme C2 has become the latest to receive the official TWRP build. Although there doesn’t appear to be any working ports of custom ROMs available for the Realme C2 owners to try out, the release of TWRP will hopefully help kickstart the development scene.
LG V20 owners with an unlocked bootloader can also dip their toes into the world of custom ROMs and modding, thanks to the availability of official TWRP build. Apart from the unlocked and global variants, those holding onto carrier models will also be able to flash the custom recovery, all thanks to XDA Senior Member npjohnson.
Lenovo Smart Tab M10
The Lenovo Smart Tab M10 is an Android-powered tablet, offering a 10.1-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 450 SoC, up to 3GB RAM, a 5MP rear camera, dual Dolby speakers, and a 4850 mAh battery. The tablet comes running Android Oreo out-of-the-box. The build for Lenovo Smart Tab M10 is maintained by XDA Senior Member Yahoo Mike and can be downloaded from the link given below.
Huawei P9 Lite (hi6250)
The Huawei P9 Lite (hi6250) was announced all the way back in 2016 with a 5.2-inch FullHD display, HiSilicon Kirin 650 SoC, 2GB/3GB RAM, and a 3,000 mAh battery. While an unofficial build has existed since 2017, it’s only now that the device has been added to the official build roaster.
These builds should also work on other Huawei and Honor devices with the HiSilicon Kirin 650 SoC running EMUI 5 based on Android 7.0 Nougat.
Ergo Force F500
Finally, the Ergo Force F500, an entry-level smartphone from a lesser-known smartphone brand called TM Ergo, has also received official support. Visit the link given below to download the recovery zip and follow along with the step-by-step flashing instruction.