Here is exactly how to download and install Galaxy Note 20 TWRP custom recovery — also for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Despite being made available for customers just couple of days back, developers have already ported over a TWRP custom recovery build for both Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Through this custom recovery, users can flash Magisk, system mods and more.
Samsung phones have always been popular with developers and modders. Thanks to the brand’s no compromise approach towards hardware, latest Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra provide industry leading specs. More, now with TWRP, users can get more out of their phone through root and other mods!
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 TWRP Recovery
TeamWin’s recovery project is the go-to custom recovery for most modern Android phones. Thanks to its up-to-date code base, the recovery also makes itself stand out by offering support for latest Android versions. Evident through its compatibility with Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, latest TWRP version has complete support for Android 10.
TWRP not only comes with various features of its own that aren’t available on the stock recovery, it allows flashing of other mods.
Download Galaxy Note 20 TWRP Custom Recovery
Here you can download the Galaxy Note 20 / Note20 Ultra TWRP IMG file. For installation steps, we have explained that ahead.
|TWRP Version||TWRP 3.4.0|
For now, this is an unofficial release. However as soon as TeamWin releases an official build, we will update this article.
How to Install TWRP Recovery on Galaxy Note 20 / Note 20 Ultra
Make sure you have gone through our unlock bootloader guide before implementing this tutorial.
Step 1 – Extract Odin tool to any location on your computer. Here is our download hub for Odin: Download Odin Tool (All Versions)
Step 2 – Download S20_N20_Encryption_Disabler.zip file and copy it over to the your phone.
Step 3 – Power off your phone and reboot into download mode. To do so, connect a USB type-C cable while holding volume up and volume down while the phone is powered off.
Step 3 – In Odin’s AP field, select the TWRP TAR file and click on flash.
Step 4 – While Odin is flashing, press volume up and power button.
Step 5 – TWRP should boot and from here, do a factory reset and then flash the ZIP file you downloaded in Step 2.
That’s it, your Galaxy Note20 / Note20 Ultra should have TWRP installed. Next, you can use it to flash Magisk for root!