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How to install TWRP Recovery 2.2.0 on the Galaxy Note T879

by: Carl ParkerSeptember 7, 2012

If you are into flashing custom ROMs on your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note SGH-T879, you’re most likely proficient in using custom recoveries such as ClockworkMod Recovery.  But, if you are interested in alternate but equally powerful custom recoveries for your Galaxy Note T879, check out TWRP Recovery.

TWRP Recovery is a different custom recovery from the usual ClockworkMod Recovery that most people use. It has a nice touch-based interface which makes it ideal even for tablets and bigger displays. It also comes with a few extra awesome features such as fast ROM backup and an onscreen keyboard.

This guide shows you how to install TWRP Recovery 2.2.0 on the [...]

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How to flash TWRP Recovery 2.2.1 on the Galaxy S Plus I9001

by: Alvin YbañezSeptember 3, 2012

The Team Win Recovery Project’s touch-based recovery, better known as TWRP Recovery, is a popular alternative to the widely used ClockworkMod Recovery (which also has a touch-based version).

Being a custom recovery for Android, TWRP Recovery allows you to perform more dev-related tasks on your phone than stock custom recovery would provide.  For instance, using TWRP Recovery, you can flash custom ROMs, install updates through ZIP files, create backups of your ROM, restore backups, reset your phone, wipe phone data, and more.

Apart from touch-based interaction, TWRP Recovery 2.2.1 for the Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001 features slimmer backup sizes with up [...]

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Asus Transformer Pad TF300T: Flashing TWRP Recovery 2.1.5

by: Paul NuñalJuly 2, 2012

Owners of the Asus Transformer TF300T are in for a special treat as the tablet is finally getting a custom recovery in the form of the TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) Recovery 2.1.5.  TWRP Recovery is a custom recovery built from the ground up, is easy to use, and features a lot of customization tools that users can benefit from.

Based primarily on the recovery images from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), TWRP Recovery is loaded with all the standard recovery options but with added modifications such as a fully touch-driven interface to navigate instead of the traditional button pushing. The user-interface is fully coded in XML and is completely customizable [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Note SGH-I717 (AT&T): How to install TWRP 2.1 Touch Recovery

by: Carl ParkerMay 29, 2012

It seems like almost everyone is using ClockworkMod Recovery to make backups of their currents ROMs and to flash a variety of things that’ll make their Android devices perform better. In fact, when most guides mention “custom recovery,” they almost always mean ClockworkMod Recovery.  What’s someone to do when they want to stand out from the crowd?

Whether it’s to be different from all the other Android users out there or it’s because ClockworkMod Recovery isn’t quite cutting it for you, people can be hard pressed to find a better alternative to the well-known custom recovery. But, that doesn’t mean that ClockworkMod [...]

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HTC One X: How to install TWRP 2.1 Recovery

by: Alvin YbañezMay 9, 2012

Recovery is an indispensable tool for Android developers and enthusiasts. This tool can do vital stuff such as creating a backup and restoring your previous ROM on your Android phone. Recovery tools provide an escape route if ever developers face a dead end and serve as a lifesaver for a bricked phone.

If you are planning to flash custom ROMs to your HTC One X, it would be wise to flash custom recovery such as TWRP 2.1 on your mobile phone. TWRP introduces a touch-based interface which lets you easily navigate and select commands on the Recovery menu. Read on to learn how to flash the TWRP 2.1 Recovery to your HTC One X.

WarningThe instructions in this guide are [...]
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