A custom recovery is a fundamental requirement to approach the world of modding. The TWRP is undoubtedly the most famous and used among the recovery. A small update was released recently, which does not bring any tangible updates but improves smartphone support with Android 11.
Version 3.5.1 of TWRP is under development by the developer team with the previous version of recovery. Now there is a framework that will allow you to install this software even on smartphones that come with Android 11 pre-installed. However, this is not yet officially available, and you need to wait for further updates.
Other noteworthy features are the ability to rename the folders where backups are saved, Magisk APK flash support, bug fixes, stability, and performance improvements.
Check the complete changelog below and download/install TWRP 3.5.1 by following the instruction on this page.
Android 9 Branch:
Build compilation in 7.1 tree – CaptainThrowback
SAR: Don’t follow symbolic links for block devices – bigbiff
SAR Update script name for clarity – CaptainThrowback
Android 9 and Android 10 Branches:
Wrappedkey support running only on FBE devices – CaptainThrowback
TWRP App log information reduced – epicX67
Refresh details after system wipe and adb sideload – AdrianDC
Chinese translation updates – betaxb
Support keymaster 2 – PeterCxy
add tzdata to TWRP for timezones – CaptainThrowback
ParitionManager: support delayed adopted storage mount – PeterCxy
Support to start terminal from file manager directory – AndroiableDroid
Nano support – nebrassy
Add nano support to open files from file manager – CaptainThrowback
Include new magisk apk support to be installed by TWRP – ianmacd
Add support to change directory name where TWRP stores backups – epicX67
Add bash support – not the default shell – DarthJabba9
ORS support to format data – AdrianDC
Add support to flash both slots when flashing an image – epicX67
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