TWRP for Samsung S20

Galaxy S20, Note 20 and other devices get official TWRP

TWRP, or Team Win Recovery Project, is the most extensively used custom recovery solution for Android smartphones and tablets. Everything from flashing custom ROMs to generating comprehensive backups can be accomplished in a matter of seconds with TWRP. However, you can only perform all of this if you have a device that is officially supported by the project and hence has full compatibility.

TWRP’s developers, on the other hand, are constantly adding new device support. TWRP developers have added support for the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 20 lines, as well as a few other smartphones, since our previous coverage. You can check out the full list of supported devices on the official TWRP website.

The official TWRP images for the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 Exynos models are now available. These images are based on the newest Android 12-based One UI 4.1 kernel sources, which provides support for the latest features and security updates.

DeviceTWRP Portal Link
Samsung Galaxy S20x1s
Samsung Galaxy S20 Plusy2s
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultraz3s
Samsung Galaxy Note 20c1s
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultrac2s

In addition, over the previous few weeks, the following devices have obtained support:

DeviceTWRP Portal Link
Samsung Galaxy A12a12nseea
Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace Duosj1pop3g
Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 3Ggtel3g
Realme 8i/Narzo 50spaced
Realme X7 Max 5G/GT NeoRMX3031

If you’re looking to install TWRP on your Android phone, the links above should send you to the right place for your device’s specific installation process. Keep in mind that the process differs from device to device.

For example, you can install a recovery image on a Samsung device using the Odin program, but you’ll need to use the Fastboot utility for devices from other manufacturers. If you need more help, we have a comprehensive guide and tutorial for installing TWRP on Android phones.