As you hold this image file, patch it through Magisk and flash it through fastboot commands. The function for both the old and new builds of this manager remains the same. The following update is for a device that runs Android 11, if not then you need to head to step 2A/2B. Back in the Actions screen, EverRoot will be listed as an action. This will attempt to root your phone after flashing and install the SuperSU app.
It allows users to install custom ROMs, kernels, and other modifications, as well as perform advanced tasks such as backing up and restoring the device. Simply navigate to the downloaded file within the TWRP app and select it to begin the installation process.
It’s best to flash the latest version of SuperSU yourself rather than having TWRP do it for you. Island/work profiles/parallel apps cannot backed up because TWRP cannot distinguish between encryption profiles, only user 0 is decrypted by default. Backup of Data requires the userdata partition decrypted. Backup does not include /data/media aka /sdcard Internal Storage. Therefore one must backup pictures manually via USB MTP or adb. By definition full NANDroid backup means exact image of the phones NAND storage. TWRP backup never included emulated Internal Storage and is technically no full NANDroid backup.
- You can replace it with TWRP Recovery to gain access to internal of Android smartphone or tablet.
- If you wish to stock firmware take a complete backup of your device, then you should give Dr.Fone – Phone Backup (Android) a try.
- Next is the biggest name in the custom ROM scene – LineageOS.
- If your device has boot ramdisk, get a copy of the boot.img (or init_boot.img if exists).
- This means that Android 10 would be the last update for the S9 and S9 Plus, given that they launched with Android Oreo.
If you have any questions or facing errors while applying the steps then you can leave a comment. We will try to resolve your problems as soon as possible. Flashing TWRP does void your warranty so if you want that this might not be a way to go. If you remove TWRP and you get back to stock recovery somehow then you might get your phone warranty back. Now you have everything ready to install a custom ROM, we can begin the process. You can select to reboot the System (Android), to Power Off, to reboot Recovery, or to boot to the Bootloader.