If you want to install a custom ROM on your Android device, then you should use TWRP, which is an open-source custom recovery image software for Android-based devices.
TWRP offers a touchscreen-enabled interface that allows third-party software to be installed on your smartphones and tablets. The latest TWRP 3.6.2 update brings more improvements.
The latest TWRP 3.6.2 is now available for download. It comes with a bunch of bug fixes and optimizations. Notable features include better encryption handling, changes in boot control to make flashing images easier, and fixes for backward compatibility.
- Android 9 and Android 11 branches
- A12 key master key blob structure file update (for no pin encryption), thanks to zhenyolka and jellyfish eye
- Bootctrl overridden for image flashing, thanks to CaptainThrowback
- Android 9 Branch
- Dump functions for Keymaster 3 thanks to koron393
- Android 11 Branch
- Mtp FFS handle gets recreated whenever the USB cable is unplugged, thanks to nijel8
- Compile vendor kernel module loading support only if requested, thanks to CaptainThrowback
- Missing SELinux contexts added, thanks to CaptainThrowback
- Sepolicy comparison on vendor fixed, thanks to webgeek1234fixes
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