The gateway to freedom in tweaking your Android device, apart from gaining root access, is a good custom recovery – and of those, it’s TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) that’s leading the pack these days. Apart from the great touch user interface, using TWRP is easy enough for new users and those who are first-time tweakers. The good news for today is that TWRP is now available for the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Samsung has changed gears from the great performing Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge earlier in the year to phablet mode – showing us its flagship big screen offerings in the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Some of you are just getting used to the version of TouchWiz in the Galaxy Note 5, but we’re pretty sure some of you already want to get some tweaks in. That’s where an official TWRP custom recovery release helps.
But remember, before you do anything, some of the operations and processes here will void your warranty and trip your KNOX security counter. There are a few ways to install TWRP on your Galaxy Note 5, one of them is through ADB and it requires root. If you would like to install via the famous Odin installer, you can do that, but there will be other processes you need to do to make sure the install keeps.
Follow the full instructions via the source link we’ve provided below. The download links for the files are also provided there. Get to it then.