installing a custom recovery on your Android smartphone is among the initial steps while you’re trying to install any kind of custom software like a custom ROM, kernels, and more. TWRP is the most widely used custom recoveries around which offers features like ADB sideloading as well as partition-wise backup and restore functionality besides the general ability to install packages or wiping storages.
ASUS ZenFone Max M2
Launched last year, the ASUS ZenFone Max M2 sports a near-stock UI and is powered by a Snapdragon 632 along with 3GB of RAM. If you own a ZenFone Max M2 or are planning to buy one, the official TWRP will allow you to explore different customization possibilities on your devices.
Lenovo Tab4 10 Plus
Lenovo released the Tab4 10 Plus along with three other devices back in 2017. But with its losing share in the market and the decline of the popularity of tablet, the company has sidelined any development. The Tab4 10 Plus did not even get an official Android Oreo update and if you have one and want to try out newer versions of Android, we recommend taking the risk of flashing a custom ROM