[Guide] Flashing a Custom ROM on your Android using TWRP

Flashing Custom ROMs and Rooting using Recovery are one and the same thing, if you have read my article on Rooting your Android then go ahead and follow the same steps! Note: Flashing Custom ROMs and SuperSU using TWRP is one and the same. Also, flashing Custom ROMs and Recovery using ODIN are one and the same. You can go with any method, if you are a newbie or confused then continue reading…

[Guide] Rooting your Android Device - Everything you need to know!

Nowadays there is usually no need to root your Android if you already have a high end device but if your favourite applications require root access or you want to tweak your device to a whole new level you might want to root your Android. In this article we will be looking at the simplest method to root your device, which will be using a Custom Recovery - TWRP.

[Guide] Flashing a Custom ROM and Custom Recovery on Android using Odin/J-Odin

The one in the image above is Android’s Native Recovery! I have a low end Samsung device (SM-J110H), it was very hard to find a Custom ROM for this device. Infact it was impossible because I didn’t find any that was because there was not any available! I ended up flashing a Pre-Rooted ROM for my Stock ROM. After doing all that I again followed the process and removed all the Google Applications.