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TWRP recovery for AT&T SAMSUNG S7 Edge (SM-G935A)

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freeop

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Sorry to say that due to the bootloader v4, we are unable to use TWRP. At least for the Qualcomm US S935A phones.

But you can use Xposed if you want.



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Sorry to say that due to the bootloader v4, we are unable to use TWRP. At least for the Qualcomm US S935A phones.
But you can use Xposed if you want.
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Unfortunately you cannot flash a custom recovery like TWRP to bootloader v4, in fact to ANY bootloader version of the A/P/T/V/etc models based on QC chipset, since they're locked. You can however flash TWRP onto the international F/FD/etc models since those use Exynos chipsets with unlocked bootloaders.
 
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    Sorry to say that due to the bootloader v4, we are unable to use TWRP. At least for the Qualcomm US S935A phones.

    But you can use Xposed if you want.



    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
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    Sorry to say that due to the bootloader v4, we are unable to use TWRP. At least for the Qualcomm US S935A phones.

    But you can use Xposed if you want.



    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
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    Sorry to say that due to the bootloader v4, we are unable to use TWRP. At least for the Qualcomm US S935A phones.
    But you can use Xposed if you want.
    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk

    Unfortunately you cannot flash a custom recovery like TWRP to bootloader v4, in fact to ANY bootloader version of the A/P/T/V/etc models based on QC chipset, since they're locked. You can however flash TWRP onto the international F/FD/etc models since those use Exynos chipsets with unlocked bootloaders.