TWRP 3.5.1 released with new features as team prepares for Android 11 support.
TWRP or Team Win Recovery Project is a very familiar name among the Android modders. For the unaware, it’s a custom recovery solution that opens the gateway to many exciting opportunities. Basically, it replaces the default recovery that came with your phone, so you can flash custom ROMs and kernels, root your device via Magisk, and so on.
One of the reasons Android modders swear by TWRP is its active development and support for a wide variety of phones, with new phones being added to the project regularly. In late December, the recovery received a big update in the form of TWRP 3.5.0, which brought many improvements to decryption, bug fixes, along with support for devices that shipped with Android 10 out-of-the-box. At the time, the team said the work was already underway on the Android 11 release. Now ahead of the much-awaited Android 11 release, the team has pushed out a mini-release in the form of TWRP 3.5.1.
TWRP 3.5.1. adds support for flashing both slots when flashing an image, support for new flashable Magisk APK, Bash support, and a number of other under-the-hood improvements and fixes.