In the process of rooting or flashing custom ROM, a custom recovery tool plays an important role. Talking about custom recovery tools, TWRP is one of the popular options out there. TWRP stands for Team Win Recovery Project. One of the prime reasons for its huge user base is consistent updates. So, here is the detailed report for TWRP 3.5.0 for Android 10 based devices.
What is TWRP?
Before getting to the changelog for the update, let’s have the basics cleared. Basically, TWRP is an open-source custom recovery image software made for Android devices. One of the major highlights of TWRP is that it provides a touch-enabled user interface.
For the interaction on any OS, we take touch screen functionality for granted. But in the boot-up menu of rooting, this makes a huge difference. Like you no longer need to navigate through the power button, volume rockers, etc. Next up, with TWRP you can backup and restore with ease. Thanks to the proper segmentation of all the settings for users.
Last but not the least, TWRP comes with multiple language support. This includes languages like Spanish, Russian, Chinese and others, along with English. Even though this is a minor addition, for those who feel comfortable in their national languages will be benefitted.
TWRP 3.5.0 version Changelog and Features:
As mentioned earlier, TWRP has a good track record of pushing the updates periodically. And being open source is a huge surplus point. Because whenever any bug comes in, the users will let it know so that the developers can work on. This, in turn, will help the team to bring on an updated version to the users for respective devices.
Coming to the update, it starts with the updates for language translation. These include Spanish, Chinese, German, Russian, and more. Also, now you can move TWRP install section to advanced page. Moving on, these updates bring OEM build fixes, FBE fixes, FDE encryption fixes and such others. They have made fixes in Android 5.1 trees too.
Now, you can fix cache wiping for Slot A devices and delay touch startup if necessary. On top of that, this update brings haptics support for QTI and TSP driver and also file extension support in the GUI file selector. Lastly, these changelog and features mentioned so far are applicable for both Android 9 and 10 based devices.
Also, from this update onwards, there will be different updates work for both Android 9 and 10. So, for little newer Android 10 based update, it also brings themes and other personalization updates. Now, this is to match the overall look and feel of Android 10. Not to mention, TWRP 3.5.0 adds up to 16 new devices into the list.
Long story short, this update is a major one, so make sure to update your devices as well. That being said, TWRP for Android 11 is under works. In that case, we can expect it anytime soon. Till then, share this news about the update with your friends who also use TWRP for rooting, flashing ROMs and other such kinds.