TWRP Has Added Support For Many Popular Devices

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    If you are one of the few remaining out their who runs custom roms on your smartphone you will be happy to know that TWRP has just added support for many popular handsets. The Honor 6X, WileyFox 2X and many other devices are now supported.

    Newly supported devices include:

    How many of you out there still make use of TWRP on your phone? I had once thought i would never stop romming devices. Over time I finally got tired of the buggy experience that accompanied most roms and rarely flash them these days.
     

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