The most popular custom recovery TWRP has updated to version 3.2.0 with better support for Android 8.0 Oreo based ROMs and a bunch of new additions, bug fixes and improvements. The new version lets you restore ADB backups through the TWRP interface, supports v2 fstab, supports newer ext4 FBE policies for backup and restore. TWRP 3.2.0 supports most Android devices that are currently supported by the recovery.

TWRP is now using Android 8.0 as a base and installing Android 8.0 based zips works better than ever. Also, this updates includes fixes for Google Pixel 2. The recovery can now decrypt synthetic passwords for Pixel 2. Support vold decrypt with keymaster 3.0 in Oreo 8.0 firmware is another significant change in this update.



If you enjoy using the TWRP 3.2.0-0 custom recovery then check out the full changelog.

– Allow restoring adb backups in the TWRP GUI
– Fix gzip backup error in adb backups
– Fix a bug in TWRP’s backup routines that occasionally corrupted backup files
– Better support for installing Android 8.0 based zips due to legacy props
– Support vold decrypt with keymaster 3.0 in 8.0 firmwares
– Decrypt of synthetic passwords for Pixel 2
– Support newer ext4 FBE policies for backup and restore in libtar
– v2 fstab support
– Bring TWRP forward to android 8.0 AOSP base
– Various other minor bugfixes and tweaks

TWRP 3.2.0-0 custom recovery download is now available for all supported devices. Go here to download TWRP 3.2.0. You can install the update either via the TWRP recovery installed on your device (requires TWRP 2.8.4 or higher installed) or via ADB interface.

TWRP custom recovery is one of the most popular options for flashing custom ROMs and Zip files. If you are still using other custom recoveries, then it is highly recommended that you make the switch now and see what this little beauty can do for you (Source)

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