TWRP – Team Win Recovery Project
Official app developed by Team Win for TWRP. Use the app to alert you when new TWRP versions are released for your device. When a new version is available, download it using the app and install it (root users only) without rebooting to recovery.
The Official TWRP App does not require root to perform version checking, however, additional features are available such as image flashing if you grant root permissions.
Currently the app/file is only able to flash images from internal storage. they will add the ability to use additional storage locations very soon!
TeamWin will be developing additional features in the near future, so check back often!
TWRP FLASHABLE ZIP: | DOWNLOAD |
1. Place TWRP-3.0.0-0.zip file in Sd card
2. Reboot in Recovery Mode
3. Install the Recovery zip
4. Reboot Recovery
TWRP OFFICIAL APP: | DOWNLOAD |
How It Works:
When you first open the app, you will be greeted by a few options. First, you will need to agree not to hold us responsible for anything that happens to your device while using the app. You may also grant the app root permissions. The app will work without root, but some functionality like image flashing will be disabled. Lastly, you can opt into enabling InsightCore (more on this feature later).
Once you have passed this initial screen, you will be greeted with the app home screen where you can choose TWRP FLASH or NETWORK STATISTICS (more on the network statistics later). On the TWRP FLASH screen you will need to select a device. Once you have selected a device, the app will periodically check for new TWRP versions for the device that you have selected. The default interval is once per day, but you can tap on the settings icon in the upper-right to change the interval or disable the update check entirely.
If you enabled root access, you will see options for selecting an image and buttons for flashing the selected image to boot or recovery. Note that you should flash TWRP images to recovery. The boot image flashing is for flashing full boot images (not just kernel zImages) and should not be used for flashing TWRP.