We have recently seen the launch and release of the most awaited Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Not more than a week has passed, the users can now cross the bridge of getting deep into the device which can make you to backup the device, perform developer related options like rooting, installing custom recovery etc. Yes! Now you can do all this, as TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) has made it possible for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Exynos versions (international variant that was launched in India).
Ever heard of TWRP? If not, then get a few quick details about it. For Android-based devices, TWRP gives access to install the custom recovery image (third-party firmware) and also allows you to back up the phone. Unlike ClockworkMod Recovery, it is a touchscreen enabled interface and has became popular very soon. But, usually, it is not supported by the manufacturers as it involves replacing the existing stock recovery image. So, those who wish to explore the device benefits should try using this.
In fact, there are few advantages of using the TWRP. It enables the installation of 3rd party firmwares on the device using which users can enhance the performance of the device. Also, the phone backup can be done easily using simple touch.
So, the users who wish to take a dare step of enjoying the benefits more than the manufacturer has provided can go for the TWRP. As it unlocks the device software, much more changes can be done using which one can play with their devices. But the thing to be noted is that, rooting of the device will void the warranty and the manufacturer will not held responsible for the device in case of any damage while performing this task.