TWRP official support for Honor 5X and OnePlus X

Do you have a OnePlus X or a Honor 5X device? If you do, you must like nice-looking smartphones with affordable prices and mid-range specs. Now, you can also safely flash custom ROMs on them because Team Win Recovery Project has offered official support to both devices. If you want, you can download the TWRP recovery images for the devices from the source links below.       The devices were chosen to get official support because the Android community usually gravitates towards a certain type of smartphone: mid-range, good looking and with great performance. These two manage to fit into every category. Since there are so many devices on the market at the moment, it is impossible to offer official support to all of them, therefore these two are pretty lucky to get any support at all. It may be the case that they did get TWRP support because OnePlus X is gaining some momentum on the US market while Honor 5X is just entering the market.   If your phone is already rooted, you can install the TWRP via the official app. If not, you can get the images from the web and install via fastboot with the help of your PC.   Source: TWRP Honor 5X, Oneplus X  

NVIDIA SHIELD tablet gets TWRP support

The NVIDIA SHIELD tablet finally received TWRP support today. After a year and a half of usage, Nvidia’s tablet is finally getting some Team Win Recovery project support, even if it did manage to satisfy people’s Android experience on a larger screen for a while without any software changes.       You could always choose another version of custom recovery to flash if you really wanted a different experience, but nothing compares to the real deal. The tablet lost some of its awesomeness already, so you can have fun with it much easier and light-heartedly now.   Although the SHIELD K1 tablet is basically the same thing with some minor changes, we are not sure if this support will work for it. K1 is also one of the best tablets on the market with great Android support.   Source: TWRP

Sony Xperia L gets official TWRP support

Sony Xperia L users, you can be happy today because TWRP is now live for your devices. The budget-oriented smartphone has a 4.3” screen and a dual-core Snapdragon with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage.     The device looks fashionable in a sci-fi way with its tapered ledges and the glowing strip in the middle of the notification LED. This new TWRP official support will let you flash any ROM you like without bricking your device. You can download the custom recovery from the TWRP site where you will also find the instructions you need for flashing it. Source: TWRP

HTC One M7 Dual SIM, LG Optimus Fuel and US Cellular’s LG G3 get official TWRP support

HTC One M7 Dual SIM, LG Optimus Fuel and US Cellular’s LG G3 now have official TWRP builds. ROM lovers can now mingle with their more obscure mobile devices. The unlocked dual-SIM card HTC One M7, LG Optimus Fuel and LG G3 US Cellular carrier-version now have their own source builds.     HTC and G3 are already known devices but the Optimus Fuel is one of the lesser known devices out there, and under the 3.5 inch screen you will find a 1.2 GHz processor with 512 MG of RAM. In case you hoped you would get CyanogenMod 12 on it, you can kiss that dream goodbye.     You can find recoveries for the standard Flastbot flashable image or you can get them through the official TWRP app if you are rooted. You can find the official builds in the source links below. Happy flashing! Source: TWRP HTC, TWRP LG G3, TWRP Optimus Fuel

TWRP support for Sony Xperia Z2 – get ready to back up your info before flashing ROMs

TWRP support is now available for the Sony Xperia Z2. Most Android enthusiasts get to a point in life where their only desire is to mod their device, flash a custom ROM or tinker about, and they can’t do that safely without a custom recovery.  The Team Win Recovery Project (which is what TWRP means) is probably the best solution out there, and now it offers support to Sony’s Xperia Z2. TWRP helps users back up their device so that any ROMs or ZIP files flashed will not render it unusable in the future. Considering the fact that novice devs and modders usually get into trouble, backing up everything on your smartphone or tablet before tinkering is the best and most recommended option. The image file from TWRP can be flashed by using a fastbot and you will find more instructions on the devs page HERE!