Developers working on the Team Win Recovery Project recently unveiled TWRP 3.4.0 – a major release with several notable improvements, such as partial support for Android 10. TWRP has become the de-facto custom recovery solution for the Android modding community, as it can be used to flash ZIP archives that contain custom ROMs or other mods, make and restore full data backups, and do much more. Now, a handful of devices from different manufacturers have made their way to the official roster, namely, the Samsung Galaxy M20, Galaxy S4 Mini (Sprint variant), and the Fairphone 3.
Next up is the Sprint variant of the Galaxy S4 Mini (model number SPH-L520). This seven-year-old phone has received a dedicated TWRP build due to the efforts of XDA Recognized Developer ripee, who is the TWRP maintainer of the regular S4 mini as well. Before flashing, make sure you are running L520VPSBQA1 firmware on your phone.
The Fairphone 3 is not an average mid-range smartphone out there. The device is designed to support easy repairability, and you can even buy it with a Google-free OS. The official TWRP build is maintained by XDA Senior Member k4y0z and can be downloaded at the below link.
Along with the recent additions, the maintainership of the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T have been changed. XDA Recognized Developer mauronofrio is the new maintainer for the unified OnePlus 5/5T TWRP custom recovery.