Xiaomi has managed to release a flagship killer phone under its sub-brand: the Pocophone. Its first phone that is named as Poco F1 is dubbed as a budget Android device with incredible speed. Thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and its liquid cooling technology. The device is getting many attentions from both enthusiasts and newbies around the world due to its unbelievable price-to-specification ratio. Its lowest variant is released around $300 and it makes the device as the first of its kind. There is no other phone powered with Snapdragon 845 priced within this price point. Maybe just yet.
The phone, which is just announced lately in August 2018, has just received the unofficial build of world’s best custom recovery, the TWRP. Team Win Recovery Project is well known in many users of Qualcomm-based devices for its features and abilities. There have been many ported versions of this custom recovery as well as its unofficial release version.
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Here in this page, you can download the unofficial TWRP v3.2.3-0 built by a member of XDA community named Shivam Kumar Jha. As this is the unofficial one, you may expect some bugs. One of the already known bugs is the not working data decryption. Hence, flashing force encryption disabler mod is necessary upon its initial install.
Obtain the TWRP Recovery image file (.img) for Poco F1 (codename beryllium) from our mirror direct link below. The file is hosted on our server to ensure full support of any download manager or direct mobile browser download. Enjoy the resume-able and multiple connections benefited from our server. The file is original and unaltered by us.
Important note: This unofficial build is still not bug-free. The “/data decryption” doesn’t work as of now so that it requires you to also wipe /data. Therefore, you must first backup all your important and sensitive data. We have a full detailed instruction for that. Please read: How to create full data backup on Android phone without root and without bootloader unlock. However, flashing custom binaries like TWRP requires you to modify system settings. This means you have to make sure that your phone bootloader is unlocked.
Read also: How to unlock MIUI bootloader.
How to install? Read our full detailed step-by-step guide on how to flash TWRP on Poco F1.
On top of that, you also need the following file: