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TWRP 3.2.3 Recovery Released: Install OTA Updates on Encrypted Devices

TeamWin just recently released new TWRP 3.2.3 custom recovery revision, available for all supported devices. Within this update, there are few bug-fixes along with few enhancements. Overall, new TWRP 3.2.3 custom recovery should offer a much more reliable experience than previous iterations. Further, the major change that has arrived within this new build is, SuperSU has been removed from the recovery throughout. This means, you won’t be prompted to install SuperSU once you boot the recovery, before, if users accepted this prompt, it sometimes ended in bootloop on certain smartphones. Read ahead for complete and official TWRP 3.2.3 change-log.

TWRP has been synonymous with the Android modding community for quite some time. Further, it has emerged as the only viable custom recovery implementation that supports a wide range of devices. For us, the built-in advanced wipe options, installing capabilities and ADB support are key features which makes TWRP such a useful utility. Our first tutorial for TWRP 3.2.3 is now already available for the Xiaomi Mi Max 3.

TWRP 3.2.3 Custom Recovery

TWRP Custom Recovery – Details:

Basically, TWRP is an open source, community project. As the code is open to everyone, developers can modify it and come up with their own editions. This approach helps in bringing faster support for newer devices. Third-party or non-TeamWin members can easily draft up unofficial builds which afterwards can be finalized and incorporated into the official repository.

Initially, TWRP started as a custom recovery for only a singular device. The original developers later on decided to come up with a standardized version that can work across multiple devices and that is exactly what today’s TWRP is. The main functionality for TWRP and also, one of its most used feature set is the ability to flash packages such as Magisk root or custom ROMs like LineageOS.

TWRP 3.2.3 Custom Recovery – Changelog:

As stated, TWRP 3.2.3 is an iterative release, it carries enough feature enhancements and changes making it a eligible for a new version number.

  • Fix automatic installing of OTA zips on encrypted devices
  • Remove SuperSU from TWRP
  • Support both md5 and md5sum file extensions when doing MD5 checking for zip files

As it stands, all devices that have official TWRP support can now update to TWRP 3.2.3 custom recovery. If you already have a working installation of TWRP, you can download TWRP app and use it to update your device.

If you don’t have custom recovery installed, head on to TeamWin’s website and search for your device, from there, you can download the latest TWRP 3.2.3 custom recovery for your device.

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