Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) is now officially available for the Realme 6, the Realme 7, the Galaxy A20, the Galaxy A30, and the 2019 NVIDIA SHIELD TV. To those unaware, TWRP is open-source software and a root application that allows Android users to backup, restore, and install-recovery. While these devices have already had unofficial versions of the software, but now the official support has come to these devices, which means users will now get timely official updates and support for their phone.
Recoveries have become less essential these days because of the rise of GSIs and projects like Magisk, but having one such software does streamline the process and also brings several handy features for the flashing process. TWRP is one such software for Android-based devices that streamlines your flashing process and makes things easier for you while rooting your Android device. And seeing it officially come to a few Samsung Galaxy and Realme phones, and the 2019 iteration of the NVIDIA SHIELD TV makes it handy for users to do the flashing process on their devices.
Samsung Galaxy A20/A30, Realme 6/7, and 2019 NVIDIA SHIELD TV
Samsung’s Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A30 are the company’s two 2019 budget phones. The Galaxy A20 is powered by the Exynos 7884 paired with up to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. It features a 13-megapixel camera. On the other hand, the Galaxy A30 is powered by the Exynos 7904 paired with up to 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. It features a 64-megapixel camera.
The two Realme phones, on the other hand, are two 2020 mid-range segment smartphones that feature MediaTek processors. Further, the Realme 6 sports a 64MP camera sensor and packs a 4,300mAh battery. However, the Realme 7 has a camera with 48MP resolution but packs a little larger battery of 5,000mAh. Finally, the NVIDIA SHIELD TV of 2019 features an Nvidia Tegra X1+ processor and Android TV. All of these devices have now received official TWRP support.
With the official TWRP support coming to these devices, users can now easily root and install custom ROMs, sideload software, modify their system, make NANDroid backups of their system and data, and do much more. If you also want to install TWRP on your device from the list above then you can download it from the official TWRP website. But make sure you know how to do the process right.