TWRP is undoubtedly among the most popular solutions out there for all the modders out there. The open source custom recovery image is now available for quite a few Android devices, including the Exynos version of the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ variants running on the Exynos 9820 chipset have now received support for official TWRP. Earlier this month, an unofficial TWRP version was made available for the device. Now that the smartphone has received official TWRP support, it will receive regular updates and users will have access to all the features that TWRP has to offer. TWRP for the Galaxy S10+ Exynos variants can be downloaded from here.
Nokia 6.1, which was launched in January last year, is among the more popular mid-range smartphones from HMD Global. The Android One smartphone too has now received support for official TWRP. You can download TWRP for the Nokia 6.1 from here.
It is not just flagship and mid-range Android smartphones that have received TWRP support today. Motorola’s entry-level Moto E5 is also among the phones to have been added to the list. The smartphone may not be class-leading in terms of hardware specs but is certainly a decent choice for first-time smartphone buyers. If you own one, you can get TWRP for the device here. Alternatively, you can also use the official TWRP app from the Google Play Store. If you have the Moto E5 Plus, you can download official TWRP for it from here.
Lenovo’s budget-friendly K8 Note and K4 Note smartphones are now supported as well. Interestingly, the Lenovo K4 Note was launched more than three years back and is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 chipset. Lenovo K8 Note, on the other hand, was released in 2017 and runs on a MediaTek Helio X23 chipset. You can download official TWRP for the K4 Note from here. If you have a Lenovo K8 Note, head over to this link instead.