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TeamWin Recovery Project for the HTC EVO 4G LTE updated to v2.2.2.0

twrp2200 - for some reason we don't have an alt tag hereTeamWin’s custom recovery for the HTC EVO 4G LTE was updated this week to version 2.2.2.0.

The new version improves sd-ext handling, fixes some scrolling issues, addresses problems with using punctuation in the file names, adds Android Jelly Bean decrypt support, and fixes free space calculation when switching backup devices, among many other changes and bugfixes.

The new version also comes up in about ten seconds and seems slightly faster, although – to be fair – I don’t have exact comparisons for boot times, and any changes also may be due to the new firmware/kernel updates.

The new TWRP versions also include HTC Dumlock support, which will enable you to flash kernels and other things that cannot be flashed from an S-ON phone on an HTCDev-unlocked device.

The new version can be downloaded at the link below, or installed via the Goomanager application’s “install openrecovery” option.

You might want to consider moving to this new version before you look at running any Jelly Bean ROMs if you’re planning on using encrypted apps and want them backed up properly via TWRP.

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11 thoughts on “TeamWin Recovery Project for the HTC EVO 4G LTE updated to v2.2.2.0

  • Avatar of Robert

    is this any better then clockwork? I tried installing teamwin when I first got s-off. For some reason I don’t think it installed any roms. Clockwork works for me though

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    • Avatar of jmagnt7

      For the Evo lte TWRP is the only recovery to use. (not that is the “only” one) but it’s definitely the one to use. I can’t speak for tablets running honeycomb, ICS or jelly bean (never owned one) but for og evo4g TWRP or clockwork were both good but something about the Evo lte seems to really only like TWRP. Hope helped answer your question. I assume you have the new evo lte.

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    • Avatar of Paul E King

      as I understand it, CWM has been known to corrupt the misc partition and have some serious problems… it was bad on day 1.

      I’m not a huge fan of TeamWin after their og EVO 4G twrp that bricked some devices, but the people who have taken things over seem to be doing good now.

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  • This by far the best recovery. Easy to navigate, touch and high powered.

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  • Avatar of -eldorado-

    I don’t have a HTC EVO 4G LTE…just a shameless entry. :)

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  • Avatar of Kelly H

    Super easy update using goomanager. Thx!

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  • Avatar of Cubsrule

    I agree with the other posts. This is by far the best recovery for the EVO LTE. I have the red theme for it too which is off the chain :). Installing this update now.

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  • Whatever happened to the evo 3d? I wish there was an easy way to root the 3d. I’m hanging on to it since the gb update made it a lot better but so far my next phone will most likely be a galaxy unless htc announces something amazing on the 19th that has the same features as the s3.

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    • Avatar of Paul E King

      the EVO 3D we cover about twice a week what’s going on with it. Long story short – a small group of very talented developers decided to fight to the death.

      There were only a couple of them who knew how to work on the kernel code, which was required to get any advances going, and whether they started the fights or just got caught up in them the end result was the 3D and crowd suffered.

      There’s a new ROM or two out ever week, maybe one out of 6 of them gets picked for a ROM Pick.

      As for rooting method, while there’s no 1-click S-OFF, the root method is the same it’s been since day 1… unlock bootloader, install recovery, install superuser binary, install superuser.

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  • Avatar of jmagnt7

    There’s probably some really nice ICS roms for the evo3D as well. If ya liked GB.. Your gonna love ICS and (I’m not 100% sure because I’ve never owned one) there probably even a few JB roms you could play with too.

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