How To Install TWRP In Redmi 4

There are many ways to get TWRP installed in your Redmi 4 (redmi 4x) one is by downloading twrp image file and then flashing via CMD tool present in windows but today in this tutorial I will show you the easiest way to get twrp in your redmi 4. So let’s get started with the tutorial.

Requirements –

  • A Laptop or computer (Latest windows preferred ).
  • Unlocked bootloader – Your device should have an unlocked bootloader.You can head over to this guide to unlock the bootloader of your xiaomi device easily.
  • All fast-boot drivers installed.
    note – If it does not work then just type fast-boot drivers in google you will get it easily.

Procedure –

  • Download Twrp Installer for redmi 4 and extract it.
  • Reboot your device to fast-boot mode.
    To go into the fast-boot mode, Power off your device and press power + volume down simultaneously.
  • Connect your device to your laptop via original mi USB cable.
  • Open Twrp installer folder.
  • Open twrp-installer.bat and follow on screen instructions.
  • The device will reboot into recovery.

To get into recovery mode, power off your device and press power + volume up buttons simultaneously.

That was the easiest way to get TWRP in your Xiaomi Redmi 4.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Launched finally. Check Specs, Price, availibility and more!

Samsung Galaxy S8: After the announcement of the sale of refurbished S7, Samsung, a Korean based company announced to launch Galaxy S8 today. This is one of the typical situations, The company needs to prove a lot in order to escape from the disaster of Galaxy Note 7. This will be the biggest challenge for the company.  After the Note 7 recall, Users are concentrating on Galaxy S8 battery device which looks more robust. S8 is expected to have 5.8 inches display powered by 3000 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Launched today: Check Specs, Price

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 Specifications:

  • Display: 5.8-inch Corning Gorilla Glass 5 back panel
  • Processor: Octacore Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835
  • RAM and Storage: 64GB, 4 GB RAM internal storage Expandable up to 256 GB
  • Camera: 12MP Rear Camera and 8MP Front Camera
  • Operating System: Android 7.0
  • Battery: 3000mAh battery
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Color: Black, White, Gold, Silver, Pink Gold

Kiranjeet Kaur of tech analysts IDC added, “With this launch, Samsung gets a chance to redeem itself after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco…but it may be too early to say that Samsung’s troubles are behind it now.” From the leaked images of Galaxy S8 Samsung dumped its signature home screen button invisible. S8 will be launched in London and New York.


Interesting Features about S8:

  • Water and dust resistant
  • 10nm processor
  • Multi Frame Processor
  • Iris Scanner-Biometric Security, Face Detection, Password Security, Fingerprint Sensor (Rear End), Pattern
Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017:

Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+ Pricing & Availability:

The S8 & S8+ will be available April 21st onward in Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, Coral Blue and Maple Gold.

It is also said that with this, Samsung is also looking to launch the Samsung Gear S4 at the same time and price it for nominal price.

It will launch on 21st April. The superior Exynos chip will replace the Snapdragon 835 in Indian units.
Stay tuned for pricing and more!

Android O: Everything you need to know!

The developer preview of Android O has landed. Android O introduces a variety of new features and capabilities for its beloved users and developers. Google did it again, by releasing the developer preview of Android O ahead of its annual Google I/O developer’s conference. However, we won’t be able to find the update on the Android Beta site. The first build is available for Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C, Pixel and Pixel XL, but must be manually flashed onto a device and is not intended for consumer use.


In August 2016, the final version of Android N was released and named Android Nougat, and we’re looking at a similar time frame in 2017 for the release of Android O, for which we will hear more details at Google I/O on 17 May. Till then, let’s look at what’s new in O:

Battery Life

Improving the battery life is one of the biggest and most welcomed features of Android O. Similar to iOS, Android O will limit and manage what app do in the background while multiple apps that are open.
To achieve increased battery life, the system will automatically control the active capabilities of apps running in the background without compromising on user experience and still reducing overall resource use.


Thre has been a majore redesign of notifications in Android O, this provides an easier, consistent and user friendly way to manage notification behavior and settings. These changes include Notification Channel, Snoozing, Notification Timeout, Notification Dismissal, Background Colours, and Messaging Style. These features may be an excellent catch for the users day to day life, as android vastly uses notifications to alert users. Even there are some Android tutorials available on web that can guide on how to use these features.
Talking about some features like Notification Channel, Android O introduces notification channel that allows you to create a user – customizable channel for each type of notification you want to display. The user interface refers to notification channel as notification categories. Snoozing, Users in Android O gets the much-needed option to snooze notification to reappear at a later time. Notification reappears with the same level of importance they first appeared with. Apps will be able to remove a snoozed notificaton or even update it, but updating a snoozed notification does not cause it to reappear.Messaging Style, Android has always been more focused on the UI of the OS and hence they transformed O with many UI changes in the notification like Messaging Style. It is used to display more content in the collapsed form. Messaging style can be used for notification that is messaging related.

Autofill Framework

Account creation, login and credit card transaction take time and are prone to errors. These repetitive tasks can easily frustrate the user and make him abandon your app.
Android O makes filling out forms, such as login and credit card forms, easier with the introduction of the Autofill Framework. Don’t worry if you an existing app in the Google Play store. Autofill will work with new as well as existing if the user opts into autofill.

The autofill API allows apps to register as a system-wide provider of autofill services. It’s similar to the way we select a keyboard. So, no more mucking around with accessibility settings or screen overlay. The autofill app stores and secures user data like addresses, usernames, and even passwords.


With Android O, Android OS gets one of most sought after feature for mobile OS – allowing activities to launch in picture-in-picture (PIP) mode. PIP is a special type of multi – window mode mostly used for video playbacks. PIP mode can be found for Android TV even now, with Android O update, this cool feature is made available to other Android devices.

The gist is that while watching video on Android O, we will be able to shrink the video down into a floating window and interact with other apps on your android device. Apps will be able to put themselves into PIP mode from a paused or resumed state. As an Android Developer you can specify custom aspect ratios and interactions like Play and Pause while the video is playing in the PIP mode.


Android O introduces a new feature, Fonts in XML, which lets you use fonts as resources. No more need to bundle your fonts as assets. The Fonts will be are compiled in R file and will be available automatically in the system as a resource. You will be able to use these fonts using the new resource type, font. Additionally you can also retrieve information about to system fonts and provide file descriptors.


Though it’s just a developer preview, Google does make some mistakes also. Listing out the drawbacks won’t force us to stop using android anyway but we can just hope and wait for Google to come up with the first ever error free OS for its users.

Android O will also support Getapk Market, Getapk is also one of the best sites I have come across to download latest paid android apps for free of cost and also, they are authorized by the original creator of the application.

Android 2018 will have a lot new features, and first it will apear in the Google Pixel 3.

Some of the drawbacks are Expandable quick settings only work when tapping the text and not the icon, Granular Battery usage for system-level items and service is gone, Battery percentage indicator can’t be placed in the status bar icon anymore.