Some of you may not be familiar with TWRP. What is it? TWRP stands for Team Win Recovery Project and it is and open-source custom recovery image for devices which are android-based. TWRP provides a touchscreen-enabled interface with partial material design which can permit users to install third-party firmware and back up the current system which are functions often unsupported by stock recovery images.
Therefore, this is often installed when flashing, installing and rooting android devices even though it is not dependent on a device being rooted to be installed.
You are able to install TWRP Recovery on Coolpad Catalyst 3622A after you root it. It is important for you to know that root is very important for 3622A. The restrictions of factory about T-mobile Catalyst 3622A will be omitted after rooting it. So, you will be able to use your 3622A in a better way. A lot of developers are working to get success in rooting T-mobile Catalyst 3622A. You need to know that after the process of rooting you will be able to install TWRP recovery on T-mobile Catalyst 3622A. After you install it, you will be able to put your T-mobile Catalyst 3622A into recovery mode. Then, after you enter recovery mode, you will be able to install a lot of ROMs on T-Mobile Catalyst 3622A.
You will also be able to do a lot of other things in recovery mode. It is very crucial to put T-Mobile Catalyst 3622A into recovery mode. Every user of 3622A need to know the process of entering recovery mode. To enter recovery mode, the very first thing that you have to do is to switch off your phone by holding down the Power Key for a short a while if your phone is switched on. After you switch off your phone, then you have to hit and hold Volume Up and Power button for about 5 seconds. Now, you need to release held keys when you see the Coolpad icon. Now, you should b in the expected mode. You are able to use Volume buttons to scroll and Power button to choose options.
TWRP gives users the choices to fully back up their device including system, boot and so on to revert to at any time and also a built-in file manager to remove files that can cause problems on the device or add some to fix issues. For your information, as of 2017, TWRP supported the installation of custom ROMs, add-ons, kernels, and other various mods. Backing up, wiping, restoring and mounting any kind of device partitions are also supported.
TWRP also features file transfer by MTP which is a basic file manager and a terminal emulator. The team of TWRP released an Android application in January 2017 and it permits flashing the recovery using root access. But it is unlike the recovery, the app is not open source. The app is shipped via the official TWRP images to rooted and non-rooted devices. It will be installed as a system-level app by default and it makes it unremovable from within the OS without access of root.