While TWRP is open source, leading to unofficial versions, the developers of TWRP are hard at work adding official support for more and more devices by the day. Today, a few more smartphones are getting added to this list and these include the ASUS ZenFone Max M2, Lenovo Tab4 Plus, UMIDIGI F1 Play, and Vestel Venus V4. Custom recoveries such as TWRP are gateways to a myriad of modifications and customizations options for Android devices. These mods allow users to have a diverse and richer Android experience on their smartphones, tablets, or other devices compared to the pre-installed software.
Try GCam 7 from Urnyx05 (with one of the provided config files) or other versions from this modder. Some of the stable versions should also work fine on this device.
- LINK In this article that will be explained why it is needed, how to check the upgrade as well as how to download and install it.
- Answer – Simply follow the step by step of twrp update guide.
- Android 10 based custom ROMs are now available for the ZenFone Max Pro M2, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 7 Plus, Moto G5 Plus, and HTC One M9.
- AospExtended is an AOSP based custom ROM with some respectable amount of features.
As you continue reading below, we will guide you through an entire step-by-step tutorial with all necessary tools. LIKE this Android 10 AOSP Custom Firmware for Zenfone Max Pro M1? We love it too, and we know you are looking forward to installing it on your phone. Please read the important information below before starting the tutorial. Charge the phone at least 50% without interrupting the flashing process with a low battery. Interrupting the firmware installation means bricking your phone.
Despite not taking part in the Android One program, ASUS launched the ZenFone Max Pro M1 back in 2018 with a close-to-stock version of Android 8.1 Oreo. The phone received its Android Pie update around a year ago, and ASUS delivered a beta version of Android 10 for this device in January 2020. The Resurrection Remix team has released Resurrection Remix 8.5.7 builds based on Android 10 for multiple smartphones from different OEMs. Asus revealed its Android Pie upgrade plan for its ZenFone lineup, including several popular devices within the roadmap but with no dates. The update seemed to be on the horizon after Asus opened up an Android Pie Beta program for the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1, but it took longer than expected. True to its word, the update for the ZenFone Max Pro M1 and Max M2 have begun rolling out to devices. The team behind the popular Paranoid Android custom ROM has now started rolling out the Quartz 3 build with new features and support for more devices.
The steps we have given have been personally tested by the author of this article and are safe. So read all the steps very carefully and follow all of them one by one. And yes this process stock Android firmware will take some time, so relax and read the rooting guide carefully. Select the magisk manager zip file and Swipe the button to confirm the installation process. Note – I unlocked my bootloader using the unofficial method posted on XDA and relocking the bootloader using the below procedure worked for me. But there is no confirmation of this method working for phones whose bootloader was unlocked using the official method.