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TWRP Adds Support For The Z3 Compact, CAT B15Q, Samsung Galaxy J7 (Exynos), And Oppo R7 Plus

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TWRP Support Comes To The Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact And Samsung Galaxy Ace 3

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Team Win Recovery Project Now Available For The Original ADT-1 Android TV Box

There are only a few people who have the original ADT-1 Android TV device - those who attended Google I/O 2014, or those who got lucky on eBay and bought one of them from attendees. That being said, the owners of the Tegra-powered set-top box are probably among the most dedicated of Android fans, being either developers willing to travel to Google's extremely limited and expensive conference or regular users willing to spend a ton of money on the aftermarket for a pre-release device.

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TWRP Now Available For The Asus ZenFone 2, LG Optimus G Pro, B&N Nook HD, and Nook HD+

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge And Sony Xperia ZL Get Official TWRP Support

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TWRP v2.8.7.0 Introduces A Read-Only Install Option For Creating OTA-Friendly System Images, And More

The Team Win Recovery Project has released version 2.8.7.0 of its custom recovery, known simply as TWRP. This update brings a system read-only option that's intended to help you make a pure backup of your system image that you can later flash to receive over-the-air updates after having rooted or ROMed your device.

Android 5.0 devices and higher check the system partition to see if it has ever changed from read-only to read/write. Users can now opt to install TWRP as read only.

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TWRP Custom Recovery Now Available For The International LG G4

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Official TWRP Support Comes To The Nexus Player And The Oppo R5

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Team Win Recovery Project Now Supports Native Qualcomm Encryption On The OnePlus One

If you're a frequent ROM flasher (why does that sound mildly dirty?) and a OnePlus One owner, you might want to grab the latest build of TWRP. A Team Win developer says that it now supports Qualcomm's native encryption scheme in addition to Android's standard AOSP encryption. Why does this matter? According to Ethan "Dees Troy" Yonker and cited benchmarks, Qualcomm's encryption offers better performance when compared to Google's encryption applied to the same hardware.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Gains Support From The Team Win Recovery Project

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