TWRP adds support for the Xiaomi Mi 11 lineup, Mi Mix 4, and more

TWRP adds support for the Xiaomi Mi 11 lineup, Mi Mix 4, and more

The TWRP custom recovery is an essential tool for power users and enthusiasts who want to install third-party software on their Android phones. With it, you can flash new custom ROMs, take full data backups, modify protected files, and do much more with your device. But in order to do any of this, you need to have a device that’s officially supported by the TWRP project. Thankfully, the team behind the project keeps adding support for devices ever so often. Since our previous coverage, the team has expanded support to Xiaomi Mi 11 lineup, the Mi Mix 4, and more!

TWRP is now available for the following Xiaomi devices:

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Device and XDA Forum link Device codename and TWRP Portal Link Maintainer
Xiaomi Mi 11 venus Nebrassy
Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro mars Nebrassy
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra star Nebrassy
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 odin Nebrassy
Xiaomi Mi 11i/Mi 11X Pro/Redmi K40 Pro/Redmi K40 Pro Plus haydn Nebrassy

In addition, the following devices have also received support over the last few weeks:

Device and XDA Forum link Device codename and TWRP Portal Link Maintainer
OnePlus 7T hotdogb [email protected]
OnePlus 7T Pro hotdog [email protected]
OPPO R11 R11 Ethan Zuo
OPPO R11s R11s Ethan Zuo

If you have any of the devices mentioned above, you can now install an official build of the TWRP recovery on your device. If you’re not familiar with the process, make sure you check out our tutorial on how to install TWRP recovery on Android. The tutorial includes step-by-step instructions for installing the TWRP recovery on devices from various manufacturers, including ASUS, Google, Motorola, OnePlus, Samsung, Sony, and Xiaomi. It also goes into detail about what all you can do with the custom recovery. Also, check out our list of all the Android 12 custom ROMs available on our forums, if you wish to try out the new Android release on any of these devices.

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Pranob Mehrotra
Pranob Mehrotra

A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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