This is a page where you can download the official TWRP custom recovery files for your compatible Samsung Galaxy device.
TWRP is one of the most popular custom recoveries that’s very popular and officially available/supported on several Android smartphones.
Before you proceed with downloading the TWRP recovery for your Samsung device, please, read the instructions on how to download and flash TWRP recovery to your Samsung Galaxy Android phone.
How to Download your compatible Samsung Official TWRP custom recovery
Time needed: 5 minutes.
Most times, because of the different variants of a particular Samsung phone, one might mistake a particular file for another device.
To help you know and download the correct TWRP recovery for your Samsung, here’s a step by step guide on how to download your Samsung Galaxy custom recovery file.
- Know your device Model number and Device codename
Before downloading a TWRP custom recovery for your Samsung Galaxy device, you should, first of all, know the Model of your device and the device Codename
E.g Model – Samsung Galaxy S10 Codename beyond1lte
To know your Samsung device codename, you should boot it into recovery mode.
This is to avoid downloading or flashing the wrong file.
- Download the TWRP for your Samsung device
Click on the link below that corresponds to your exact Samsung Galaxy device.
- Select a Download mirror
Read the instructions on the page, then scroll down to the Download Links: area and select any of the download mirrors.
- Download your Samsung TWRP file
You can then click on the link to download the latest version(recommended) of your twrp recovery file for your Samsung Galaxy device.
You have either .tar( flash via Odin/Download mode) or .img(flash via Fastboot/Bootloader mode).
- Flash your Samsung TWRP recovery file
Based on the file you download, you can follow the instructions on this link to learn how to flash the TWRP recovery file to your Samsung device.
Below are the download links to the official TWRP recovery files for all Samsung devices.
There’s also a FAQ’s section after the post that you really should read.
Below are FAQ’s on TWRP recovery that you may be interested in.
TWRP stands for TeamWin Recovery Project. It’s an open-source custom recovery image for Android-based devices that provides a GUI/touchscreen-enabled interface that allows users to perform functions often unsupported by the stock Android recovery.
No, it’s not. TWRP is different for each device and can’t be compatible. Although similar devices with same specs and CPU can have a TWRP ported from one to the other without much issues.
Yes, TWRP is an open-source, community project. They also have a large support community with many people who are willing to answer questions and help people with their devices either through our IRC channel or on forums like xda-developers.
Yes, TWRP is safe. TWRP offers advanced recovery functionalities that can cause issues if used incorrectly or without knowledge.
Since it’s an advanced custom recovery, proper care should be taken to avoid temporally bricking or damaging your phone. Features like Format, Partition and inbuilt rooting are to be used carefully
No, TWRP isn’t a root. You can use TWRP recovery to root your device by flashing Magisk or SuperSU zip files.
No, TWRP is not a bootloader. A bootloader/Fastboot mode is a mode on Android devices that allows a user to perform advanced functions like debugging, modify system images, give commands etc via a USB connection to a computer.
This is how far we can go for now. If you have any issues, I will be happy to assist if you leave a comment. Thank you.