TWRP, one of the most talked and buzzed tool around, which is in the talk because of the way it helps in backing up, restoring and flashing ROMs, has taken a step ahead and now entered the version 2.0 of itself. Right now, it supports a limited number of devices like the Google Nexus S, the Amazon Kindle Fire, HP Touchpad, and for the coming time, more number of devices would be supported.
Actually called the Teamwin Recovery Project, TWRP is a custom recovery option available with many options of customization. The tool has many options, the primary one including the ability to save the custom recovery settings. The other features include the default partitions creation for backing up, Default zip folder location, Zip Signature Verification etc.
TWRP also has the ability to flash multiple zips in one go, and it can also select which individual partitions need to be backed up, and restored back. The tool allows you to select between the compression and no-compression backups, Ability to auto restore GAPPS on zip flash (for CM based ROMS), Ability to auto reboot after successful flashes. There are many other options and abilities of the TWRP, especially with the 2.0 version.
You can check the various versions and download for the mobile devices available, and backup, restore and Flash the ROMs for your Nexus S, Touchpad, HTC Sensation and HTC Thunderbolt, apart from HTC Evo 3D and Evo Shift. Click here to visit the website.
The features that were newly added to the TWRP 2.0 are – Touchscreen driven with real buttons and drag-to-scroll, full customization allowed for the user interface etc.