How to Install TWRP 3.2.3 Custom Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Do you want to install the latest TWRP 3.2.3 Custom Recovery on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus? Be sure of the fact that I am here to help. A TWRP custom recovery will allow you to install custom ROMs and enjoy various advanced options such as formatting the system partition or making backups, so I know that this is what you dreamed of for a while.

Note though that TWRP is currently only available for the Samsung Exynos variants, which means this phone having a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor will not be able to work with this recovery.

You may clearly try flashing this recovery on a non-supported Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus variant by yourself, but all at your own risk. And even if you play by the book, installing a custom recovery may void your device’s warranty.

AndroidFlagship will not be responsible for any internal/external damages to the device that may happen while or even after following this guide. Proceed only if you know what you’re doing or stop right now!

Get ready:

  • Your Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone should have an unlocked bootloader for the procedure to work;
  • After doing so, sign into the device again. Make sure you connect the device to the internet during the signup process but skip the Google sign in. In the developer options, make sure the OEM unlock option is grayed out;
  • Ensure that OEM Unlock and USB debugging have been enabled on your handset;
  • Prepare a computer or a laptop for the procedure;
  • While using Odin3, disable Samsung Kies if you have it installed already;
  • You need to have Samsung’s latest USB Drivers installed on your PC;
  • Take a backup of your important data that you might need after you install a new custom ROM, an official software update or anything else. Make a backup for just in case, you never know when anything might go wrong.

Of course that I have put together a detailed step-by-step instructions guide for how to install TWRP 3.2.3 custom recovery on your Galaxy S10 Plus. If you are used to installing official firmware updates through Odin on Samsung Galaxy devices, then this should not be any different for you.

How to Install TWRP on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus:

  1. Download TWRP 3.2.3 Recovery package for Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus handset;
  2. Also grab the latest version of Odin;
  3. Take Encryption disabler;
  4. Transfer it to an external SD card or USB OTG and plug it into your phone;
  5. Now, boot your phone to the Download mode. To do so, turn on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and press and hold the Power button and Volume Up button at the same time for a few seconds. Leave both buttons then wait 10 seconds to enter to Upload Mode;
  6. Then, press and hold the Power button + Bixby Button + Volume Down buttons for 4 seconds. When the device switches off, leave the Volume Down button and hold the Power + Bixby + Volume Up;
  7. When the Samsung Logo appears, you may leave the Power button;
  8. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus to your PC via the USB cable;
  9. Launch Odin on your PC;
  10. The ID:COM port on Odin should turn blue if your device is detected and you’ll also see Added! in the Log box;
  11. Click on the AP button on Odin;
  12. After that, select the Magisk patched TWRP file which you just downloaded;
  13. Make sure that under the Options tab, Auto Reboot and F . Reset Time options are unchecked;
  14. Now, click on the Start button in Odin to initiate the installation;
  15. A PASS! message will appear once the installation is successful;
  16. You can now exit download mode by pressing Power + Volume down. As soon as the screen turns off, press Bixby + Volume Up + Power key. Continue pressing the Volume Up button until you see the stock recovery menu as this was your goal – to reboot the device into recovery mode;
  17. In TWRP, select Install and then select the Encryption disabler zip file;
  18. Swipe at the bottom to flash the file;
  19. Go to Reboot and select Recovery to reboot your device with Magisk root.

That’s it! You have installed TWRP successfully! Now you can reset and enjoy the change on your Galaxy handset.

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