TWRP has extended its reach further to the corners of Android, adding support for the Xiaomi Mi A1 and the ASUS Zenfone variants.

If you're not aware of what TWRP is, we'd strongly recommend getting out of whatever rock you're living under at this point. TWRP, or Team Win Recovery Project, is the leading custom recovery available on Android at the moment – and for good reason; all the features and flashing components that you might need along with what's probably the widest array of device support for any Android modification, certainty out of all custom recoveries. And now, it's extended its reach further, with support for the Xiaomi Mi A1, The ASUS Zenfone 4, the Zenfone 4 Selfie Pro and the Zenfone 4 Pro.

The Xiaomi Mi A1 was initially launched two months ago, as the first Xiaomi device running Android One, Google's stock and consistent Android initiative. While the device is essentially little more than a rebranded Xiaomi Mi 5X, the Android One-based ROM has served as an alluring addition that has compelled many a buyer. The Zenfone 4 series by ASUS are their flagship devices that are targeted at the mid-high end of the western smartphone market. They're fairly recent – they were announced in August – and given the 3 variants, there's something to suit everyone.

It is important to note that all of these devices use dm-verity, which means that modifications to the stock system will keep the ROM from booting". To prevent this, you will need to install a kernel (or custom ROM) that has dm-verity disabled..

What do you guys think? Do you own any of these devices? If so, will you grab TWRP on them? Let us know in the comments, or post over in the forums with your thoughts.

Via AP