TWRP is the most popular custom recovery for the android device which it is supported to a large number of devices and the features it offers, such as backups and full restores, touch device compatibility, slot selection and etc. TWRP is the initial recovery software for those interested in modifying their Smart Devices. Anyway, you are newer or experienced user for flashing custom ROMs, you almost certainly used TWRP at some point. However, Custom Recovery is not perfect for all devices, since Android updates can bring changes to the kernel, ramdisk, encryption algorithms, etc. that need TWRP to adapt. For example, decryption of data did not work on Google Pixel or Google Pixel 2 running on Android Pie.
If Android user has a Google Pixel device, you probably have a PIN or password on your device to protect your Android phone. To proceed back up or flash a file stored in your internal storage of Android Device, you must delete the PIN or password before beginning the recovery so that the encryption is deactivated. Fortunately, Dees_Troy, the leading maintainer of Custom Recovery, has announced that the problem has been solved. Version 3.2.3-1 of custom recovery can now decrypt the data partition after entering the PIN or password configured on the Android device. The new version is available for Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
You have the opportunity to download and install the latest version of TWRP through the official website easily. To proceed the Download you can use a linked given here.
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