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Seriously this is the thread you thought you must start? How about taking 10 minutes and reading a few of the other useless threads, just like this one! And decide for yourself. Or try them both and form an educated opinion of both, and decide which works better for you! Have a nice day!

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Seriously this is the thread you thought you must start? How about taking 10 minutes and reading a few of the other useless threads, just like this one! And decide for yourself. Or try them both and form an educated opinion of both, and decide which works better for you! Have a nice day!

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both have similar features. twrp is more visual and in certain aspects, easier.. like in locating files.. and personally, I still prefer cwm however, if you want to give twrp a try, go for it. you won't miss much from cwm
 
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both have similar features. twrp is more visual and in certain aspects, easier.. like in locating files.. and personally, I still prefer cwm however, of you wasn't to give twrp a try, go for it. you won't miss much from cwm


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