Originally Posted by AnaMayShun
I used GooManager to install TWRP on my phone. I'm still stock and rooted. I noticed that TWRP was using over 4GB's of storage on my phone. Is there a way I can remove it without starting having to reinstall everything on the phone?
Just pull down the stock recovery in a .zip form (search these forums) for your firmware and flash it with TWRP.
But I'd guess the reason it has a big footprint is that you did a nandroid backup, right? If so, you can move that backup off your phone to a PC, etc and free up the space. That way you'd still have it if you needed it. Or just get a bigger SD card and don't worry about it. I have a 32gb card and am happy to have a nandroid backup there, in case I need it.
Samsung S4 (9505), Samsung S3, HTC Evo 4G LTE, HTC Evo 4G, HTC TouchPro 2, HTC 6700 (all Sprint)