@Kenneth_Tan hi Kenneth,
It means that - yes we have a TWRP recovery that @Ciro_Danise has made for the KW88.
Unfortunately the User Interface is inverted by 180 degrees (however - the corresponding touch points beneath the UI are in the correct place) and for most users this creates an issue. As you can imagine - with the interface presented this way it is easy to make a mistake and even format your device by mistake. This issue is complex - a few of us have investigated the code involved and we still have not resolved the issue. I believe that we may need to use an older version of TWRP which supports UI rotation to get around this.
IQI I2 - we have a fully working TWRP made by @Ciro_Danise . All functions are working correctly. However - if you make any alteration to the system partition (flash SuperSU for example) and reboot - the watch will be unusable because a crypto lock or similar security flag is raised. The boot will finish with a “locked” system partition. Full SP tools flash is needed to recover from this.
Zeblaze Blitz - @Ciro_Danise has also made a TWRP recovery for this watch. He has tested it without issue and it seems stable - no system security issues.
However - another user @Olimatou has indicated that his system has the security flag and he needed to alter the boot image to successfully get around the security issue.
So bottom line is - KW88 - yes it can be done (I have rooted mine without issue) but the recovery needs polishing to prevent user error.
IQI I2 - no go yet.
Blitz - test and see how it goes - mixed reports of success and failure.