Google and Motorola are among the major companies that do. It’s normally possible to get factory images from Samsung and LG, but you may need to download them from third-party sites. If you downloaded a pre-rooted stock ROM and want to keep it that way, you’re now good to go.

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Pixel Experience is the best custom ROM for Android right now and I can draw out three reasons for that. First, it supports a huge number of devices from Xiaomi to Realme to Asus to Samsung. Second, it brings Pixel features for non-pixel devices like the newer Google Assistant, built-in GCam support, Pixel live wallpapers, and more. Also, on some ROMs, you may have to flash a GApps package such as OpenGapps (website) or NikGApps (website). I have personally tested almost all the ROMs listed below on my Redmi K20 Pro, Poco F1, and Mi Stock Firmware A1.

The reason why we use TWRP over other custom recoveries is the simplicity and the availability of the image file. Extracting the Boot.img file is time-consuming and requires some effort. Every smartphone brand has a unique firmware format, and the boot.img location on a firmware might also change. Many OEMs, like as Google and Motorola, enable users to extract boot.img files straight from their firmware. However, manufacturers such as Realme and Oppo keep the Boot.img file within the OZIP file, whereas OnePlus stores the image file within payload.bin. So to fix any modding-related issues, boot your phone into TWRP, then press the “Restore” button. From here, select your backup from the list (it will be named based on the date it was created), then simply swipe the slider at the bottom of the screen.

Just remember that in most cases, flashing a factory image will completely wipe your phone. As time-consuming and boring it could be, preparing beforehand and backing up will save you from any regrets later. Now you can take the full backup of Android ROMs using two popular methods.

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