After unlocking your Honor 4C’s bootloader, you can install the Cofface custom recovery based on ClockworkMod to gain access to lots of features like flashing custom ROMs & zip files, rooting & unrooting, performing full nandroid backups and clearing partitions. We’ve put together a brief step-by-step tutorial on flashing Cofface below.
Official TWRP 184.108.40.206 custom recovery is now available for the international LG G4 (H815) variant – thanks to LG for finally letting its phones’ bootloaders get unlocked. You can download TWRP for your G4 and flash it using a brief tutorial we’ve provided here.
Team Win Recovery Project has gone live with the official TWRP 220.127.116.11 build for Micromax’s Cyanogen-based Yu Yureka (codenamed “Tomato”) smartphone. You can download this custom recovery via the direct download link available below and flash it using Fastboot.
The latest Team Win Recovery Project (version 18.104.22.168) custom recovery can now be downloaded and installed on Oppo N3 smartphone. We’ve given a concise step-by-step tutorial on the entire flashing procedure along with all the technical details and the required files below.
Motorola Moto G 2014 (codenamed “titan”) has officially been given support by Team Win Recovery Project with the release of TWRP v22.214.171.124. This version brings tons of improvements over the previous build including several MTP optimizations, SuperSU 2.40 as well as AArch64 compatibility. In this article I’ve given a quick step-by-step tutorial on flashing TWRP 2.8.3 on your Moto G.