(Optional) Also, you can set your backup folder name to something memorable.
Step 4. When you are ready to backup, swipe to start the backup process.
Step 5. Once you are done backing up ROM successfully, you are good to go.
Step 6. Now you have a backup ROM, you can always restore your ROM anytime. For example, if you installed a new custom ROM but didn’t like it or didn’t boot, you can restore your ROM.
To do this, simple repeat Step 1 to boot into TWRP recovery then choose “Restore”.
Step 7. Choose the storage you used for backup then choose the Backup folder you want to restore. In this example below, you can see I have two backup ROMs I can choose from.
Step 8. Swipe to begin restore process.
Step 9. One restore is complete, you should see “Restore Complete”. If you see any errors, it could be still okay so reboot your phone to find out. (In this example, I got a “Failed” error but my restore worked just fine.)
Step 10. Once rebooted, you should find the ROM restored exactly same as when you backed it up.
Q: Does this work for all Android devices?
A: Yes, so long as you are able to install TWRP recovery on your Android device, this should work fine. (Most Android devices support TWRP except ones with locked bootloaders like AT&T or Verizon phones, which you may need to use SafeStrap recovery instead.)
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