Custom recovery images have been around for ages to help give your recovery partition more features. It originally started with ClockworkMod Recovery — a custom recovery image founded by developer Koushik Dutta — and later expanded with some new recovery images. Most of them remain small names, but there is one new player (TWRP) that is developing a larger user-base than any before it and seemingly putting an end to any future development of ClockworkMod Recovery.
Team Win’s TWRP Recovery certain is putting the winning in Team Win at the moment, and they are always the custom recovery of choice when an image is available to install on your device. There is nothing around to challenge TWRP in the present day unless you want to install the new Cyanogen Recovery to pair with your CyanogenMod custom ROM.
These are the guidelines to install TWRP Recovery on HTC Butterfly 2 smartphones using the TWRP Manager application directly from your smartphone:
- You must root the HTC Butterfly 2 smartphone before you can install a custom recovery image by using this guide.
- The guide was made for the HTC Butterfly 2 smartphone. The same app is available to install a custom recovery on many other devices but all devices. It’s best to look up a guide for your device and not assume that your device will be compatible with the devices available from the TWRP Manager app list.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
- We recommend everyone backs up the data on the Butterfly 2 smartphone before they go ahead with the guide just in case they want to restore that backup later. It’s not often people want to restore backups after installing a custom recovery image but when they do it’s important they have a backup to restore. You can get the backup and restore option from the TWRP Manager app itself by swiping left to right with the app open and tapping the option from the menu.
HOW TO INSTALL TWRP RECOVERY ON HTC BUTTERFLY 2
- Turn on the HTC Butterfly 2 smartphone and open the Google Play Store app.
- Search for the TWRP Manager app and agree to install it, remembering to log into your Google account if you must.
- Open the TWRP Manager app from the app drawer of your HTC device once the download completes.
- Choose your device from the menu.
- Choose the version of custom recovery image you want to install, making sure that you pick the latest version if you are planning on hunting down one of the most recent custom ROMs available to install on your device.
- Tap the option to install the recovery.
In conclusion, that is how to install TWRP Recovery on HTC Butterfly 2 smartphones by using the TWRP Manager application from the Google Play Store. It’s the only way to install a custom recovery on the HTC Butterfly 2 smartphone without a PC.