In this guide, we can show you the steps to install the TWRP 3.6.0 and will subsequently discuss all of the newly added features on this new build. When you step into the custom development right after unlocking the device’s bootloader, there may be actually a plethora of tweaks to try out. From the cap potential to flash custom-designed firmware (ROMs) to installing Magisk in order to move gain administrative privileges, the possibilities stand endless.
Moreover, as soon as you’ve got obtained root, you could then be in a position to flash several mods as well. These consist of the like of Substratum Themes, Xposed Framework, Viper4Android, and Magisk Modules. However, you wouldn’t be capable of performing a maximum of those tweaks except you’ve got got an operating custom recovery installed. In this regard, TWRP has continually been the move-to choice. Not only does it behold all of the crucial characteristic sets, however, it also gets up to date frequently.
This makes sure that the recovery is free from all bugs, its supported device section receives further expanded and also interprets to the fact that you would possibly get a chance to welcome a few new features to the fore as well. And all that is the case this time around, with the discharge of the ultra-modern model of this custom recovery. So in this guide, we will be listing out all of the new features of TWRP 3.6.0 and then make you aware of the steps to put in this recovery. Follow along.
New Devices Added in TWRP v3.6.0
The biggest takeaway is that TWRP 3.6 is now fully compatible with devices that came with Android 11 out of the box. As a result, many more devices will now fall under its supported device list. Here’s the list of all those devices:
|Device||Device codename and TWRP Download Link|
|ASUS ROG Phone 5 and ROG Phone 5S||I005D|
|ASUS ZenFone 8||I006D|
|Google Pixel 5||redfin|
|OnePlus 9 Pro||lemonadep|
|Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G||renoir|
|Xiaomi Mi 11X / POCO F3 / Redmi K40||alioth|
|POCO X3 Pro||vayu|
|Redmi Note 10||mojito|
|Redmi Note 10 Pro||sweet|
New Method to Install TWRP to Boot Partition
- If your device has a recovery partition, then you could directly flash to that partition via the below commandfastboot flash recovery twrp.img
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
But if your device has an A/B partition scheme, then your device most likely wouldn’t have a recovery partition.
fastboot boot twrp.img
- Once it’s booted to TWRP, you will then have to go to Advanced and select the Install from Recovery Ramdisk. After that, you will have to navigate to the twrp.img file and then perform a right swipe to flash it.
- While this method still stands, there is now a better approach to carry out this task. Instead of using the Install from Recovery Ramdisk option, you could now opt for the Flash Current TWRP option which is also present under TWRP’s Advanced section.
- Do note that no matter whether you choose the Install Recovery Ramdisk option or the new Flash Current TWRP, you will still have to fix the recovery bootloop. For that, head over to Advanced > Fix Recovery Bootloop > Perform a right swipe to confirm it.
So what is the benefit of this method? Well, you wouldn’t have to manually flash the twrp.img file to permanently install it. Rather as soon as you select the Flash Current TWRP option, it will automatically flash TWRP permanently using the file that you have used to boot to TWRP in the first place.
Android 9 Branch
- SAR Update script name for clarity – CaptainThrowback
- Fix building toolbox in android-7.1 – CaptainThrowback
- Fix bash – Jarl-Penguin
Android 11 Branch
- Add support for installation realme/OPPO OTA – Ctapchuk
- update custom makefiles to golang modules – bigbiff
- sepolicy updates – nebrassy, bigbiff, CaptainThrowback
- encryption updates for a11 – bigbiff, micky387, CaptainThrowback
- vendor kernel module loader – bigbiff
- virtual A/B updates – bigbiff
- snapshot merges – bigbiff
- repacker warnings – CaptainThrowback
- f2fs formatting fixes – systemad
- symlink dynamic partitions in bootdevice – Mohd Faraz
- Fix parsing get_args for wiping cache
- vendor hal fixes – Mohd Faraz
- fix samsung haptics – soulr344
- digest check fixes – epicX
- ozip decrypt fixes – Ctapchuk
- Change how blank screen works – Sean hoyt
Android 9 and Android 11 Branches
- add num template for PIN input – CaptainThrowback
- Ignore A12 XML files binary format – zhenyolka
- Add support of A12 keymaster_key_blob files structure – zhenyolka
- keymaster restore: warn when pin, password or pattern is enabled – bigbiff
- New flashing method for recovery as boot devices:
- Advanced > flash current twrp – nebrassy
- factory wipe and mtp fixes – CaptainThrowback
- add indonesian language – Xdisk
- update Russian language – Ctapchuk
- add canceldecrypt page – CaptainThrowback
- copy logcat when copying logs in TWRP – CaptainThrowback
- FBE Encryption fixes – CaptainThrowback
- repacker fixes for compression – nebrassy
- exclusion criteria for Fix Recovery Bootloop – CaptainThrowback
- unmount vendor if not available – LinkBoi00
- theme updates – LinkBoi00
So this was all from this guide regarding the newly released TWRP 3.6.0 and the steps to install them. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments section below. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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