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Samsung Galaxy S8 is yet the top ranked phones in smartphones market. S8 is yet the best smartphone of 2018 with camera taking excellent pictures, wonderful software and Quad HD AMOLED monitor, enjoyable to all. S8 has brought a demand in customers for Samsung Galaxy S9 but it will not be as great jump as it was form Galaxy S7 to Galaxy S8.

From some of the notable features in the latest Samsung Galaxy S9 includes the much Much shrinked Bezels in the device as its the result in essential nonexistent bezel for Samsung Galaxy S9’s look than seen in Galaxy S8. Also Galaxy Galaxy S9 Plus include ‘Intelligent Scan’. Samsung was first to introduce eye/face scanning after Apple. Face scanning is better than iris scan found on S8. Samsung will surely be upgrading it’s Iris scan to cut Apple. This time S9 has brought the ‘Intelligent Scan’ in settings. It is the mixture of face recognition and iris scan to secure Galaxy S9 Plus. This function will probably work in low-light and sunlight conditions. The device comes with internal storage of 512 GB which makes Samsung first ever mass producer of 512 Gb chips for internal storage used in any smartphone. The device also comes with dual back camera, 200 mAh increase of battery and so many more cool features. What it doesn’t come with is the installed TWRP Recovery and this is where AndroidiOSpack steps in.

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We exclusively bring you this detailed and a comprehensive and easy to do tutorial on how you can download the the TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus SM-G965F (single-SIM), SM-G965FD (dual-SIM), Plus SM-G965N.

Installing TWRP Custom Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus:

Below is the step by step guide that will help you with installing the TWPR 3.2.1 recovery on your brand new Samsung Galaxy S8. Keep in mind that the tutorial is only for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

You need to enable the developers options from the Setting. Go to Setting>About Phone and then you need to tap on build number multiple times.

You also need to enable OEM Unlocking. To do so, go to Settings>Developers Options>OEM Unlocking, Enable the USB debugging mode on your Phone as well

Step by Step Guide of Installing TWRP Custom Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus:

Step 1: The first step is that you download your suitable 3.2.1 TWRP file for your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus from the links below and then extract those files on your computer.

Step 2: Second step is to download Odin, as this is going to help your install 3.2.1 TWRP on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.

Step 3: The third step is that you Switch OFF your phone, go to Download Mode by pressing and hold the Bixby button and volume button together. Also, press the Power Button until you see a triangle and Android robot.

Step 4: Open Odin on your PC, and connect your phone to your computer while it is still in the Download mode.
When your phone connects successfully, you will see an ID: Com box that will on Odin, it will turn yellow and will have a port number.

Step 5: Now select the TWRP file twrp-3.2.1-1-star2lte.tar.md5 that you downloaded on your phone.
If you haven’t already checked the F. Reset Time options in Odin, do that and also uncheck the Auto Reboot option.

Step 6: Now simply click on the start button in Odin. After the installing, hold on to your Bixby button, Power Button and Volume Down Button altogether until the screen is back on.

Step 7: Once you see the screen, let go of the volume down button, and press the volume up button in its place. Make sure that you are pressing the other buttons as told above. Your phone will open in the recovery mode.

Step 8: Tap on the reboot option in TWRP to reboot your device.

You have now successfully installed TWRP Custom Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.

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