TWRP recovery available for Oppo Find 7a before release in US and Europe

By | April 15, 2014
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The group behind TWRP has beaten themselves once more. They did hard work to present to you the most recent recoveries for your Android running devices, and this time they’ve completed it before the smartphone being to is even shipped in the U.S. and Europe. I’m talking about the Oppo Find 7a. TeamWin has officially released their most recent TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) recovery for the Find 7a. The handset is still available for pre-order here, yet that didn’t prevent Teamwin from getting it going. The gadget is just available in China right now, yet that was sufficient for these outstanding devs to develop TWRP and give it to us.



The TWRP recovery available for Oppo Find 7a, not for the higher-end Find 7. All you will need is an unlocked bootloader, which Oppo makes simple to do. Oppo is the most friendly for the developers as well, making it simple for anybody to unlock and tinker with their handset. You can install the TWRP recovery image via fastboot mode. Exceptionally it is very easy to do, and afterward you will be able to flash any kind of custom ROM and MODs. That is, obviously, once the smartphone begins shipping to areas outside of China. You can pre-order the Oppo Find 7a now on its official site. The smartphone price is about $499 and probably it should start shipping at the end of this month.



The Oppo Find 7a and Find 7 are almost similar devices, yet the Find 7a just lack behind in some areas. Both devices wear a 5.5 inch touch display, with the 7 having a 1440 pixels of resolutions while the 7a has only 1080p. You most likely won’t be able to see what exactly the difference is, even with the handsets side-by-side. The Find 7 has a 3,000 mAh battery, while the 7a has a marginally smaller 2,800 mAh battery that also doesn’t matter much. The Find 7 will includes 3 GB of RAM, the Find 7a just has 2 GB of RAM. Both models have a micro SD card for memory expansion, however, so that is not a major deal.