Have you been waiting for a touch-based ClockworkMod Recovery to land on the HTC Rezound? If you are, then we’ve got great news for you. The Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP), has released a touch-based recovery for the HTC Rezound.
With a custom recovery installed on your Rezound, you’ll be able to flash ROMs and scripts conveniently. There is no need to press those Volume buttons to navigate when you can do so with the tips of your fingers. Aside from the functionality you’ll be enjoying, TWRP also has a cool interface.
TWRP was originally developed for the Kindle Fire which benefited the most from a touch-based recovery since it doesn’t have any physical Volume buttons. Now HTC Rezound users can benefit in using the Kindle Fire’s TWRP touch-based Recovery thanks to XDA Developers member con247 who ported it.
Because TWRP Touch Recovery 2.1 is still in development, there are some bugs that need working on. One major bug is the inability to mount the SD card as USB storage on the computer. Don’t worry–the developers are working hard to get this bug squashed.
If you want to try TWRP Touch Recovery 2.1 on your HTC Rezound, check out the requirements and instructions below.
Your phone should now be able to boot to TWRP Touch Recovery, but we’re not done yet. There is a minor problem with TWRP Touch Recovery because mounting the SD card as USB Storage on the computer is not working properly.
If you want to mount the SD card on your computer from the recovery, follow the instructions below.
If the installation is successful, you should be able to mount the SD card from TWRP Touch Recovery manually. If it’s unsuccessful, try the alternative file.
Congratulations! You can now install custom ROMs in your HTC Rezound via TWRP Touch Recovery 2.1.
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