OnePlus 6T has been one of the most briskly selling smartphones in the market and the device has now received the TeamWin Recovery Project or TWRP update.
This means that if you are interested in making custom changes in your mobile device and you own a OnePlus 6T, you can do those changes now.
Custom Recovery and Changing MODs Etc.
TWRP is now being increasingly made available to smartphones with the objective of facilitating mobile phone users in the developer community in tweaking their devices to suit their needs. This was available to only PCs and laptops earlier. These days the phone makers start working on the TWRPs immediately after the phone is out in the market and OnePlus seems to have done the same thing with its most recent flagship and has released the TWRP update within just a couple of months of the phone’s launch.
Download from the Official Site and Use
You will need to first download the Zip file from the TeamWin official site. Once the file is downloaded onto your OnePlus 6T, you should switch off the device. From the ‘off’ position you need to long-press the volume ‘up’ button. You are now going into the fast boot mode. On the screen input this command: fastboot boot twrp-3.2.1-0-fajita.img. You will have the TWRP now. Search for the Zip file you just downloaded and tap Install. This part of the TWRP installation is now complete. You can now power the device in the usual way you do and use it. TeamWin has added this advice that the existing TWRP on OnePlus 6T has some issue with the MTP and that will have to be kept in view.
OnePlus 6T: A Smartphone with Excellent Specs
The reason the OnePlus 6T has been able to attract more buyers, thanks largely to the impressive specifications the phone comes with. It has a glass/metal body with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor powering it and the RAM support being 6GB and 8GB in two variants. The phone was positioned by the company as the one with the fastest unlocking via the in-display fingerprint sensor. OnePlus 6T was among the first few devices to get a taste of Android Pie. And of course, OnePlus has its Oxygen OS UI running over it as the skin.