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[REF] LVM Partition Remapping

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Yesterday, 06:20 PM   |  #81  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by theradec

Code:
adb shell ls /
----------------------
ls /
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
and-sec
boot
cache
charger_find7a
data
default.prop
dev
etc
external_sd
file_contexts
fstab.qcom
init
init.rc
internal_sd
license
proc
property_contexts
recovery
res
root
sbin
seapp_contexts
sepolicy
supersu
sys
system
tmp
ueventd.qcom.rc
ueventd.rc
TWRP image comes from TWRP site and was flashed manually with flashboot
md5 checksum match (as you can see in attached pic)

Do you think it's safe to flash back your old lvm aware recovery, remove lvm and flash your old lvmsetup ?
Atm my phone is walking on 3 legs, but it's still better than being bricked

OK, something is REALLY weird there. At first glance (I need to double check some things tonight) your config there appears not to be an LVM-aware recovery... But I've personally tried 2.8.0.1 and I'm positive it was LVM-aware.

find7 never received 2.8.1.0 for some reason, I'm going to talk to Dees about doing a release. That should fix a few things, I also need to make an update to TWRP to prep for 5.0
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OK, I'm REALLY confused now.

The md5sum of what you're flashing matches what I'm flashing.

HOWEVER:

What you are actually running is clearly different than what I have on my device. All of the LVM support scripts, etc. are missing from your recovery ramdisk. They're present in mine, even though supposedly we flashed the exact same thing.

Have you ever had KitKat ColorOS flashed on your device? It seems like the light bootloader locking Oppo applied has done some WEIRD things with respect to recovery flashing on some people's devices.
Today, 11:00 AM   |  #83  
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[Wrong thread]
I'm not sure how this lvm implementation works ...
If I wipe /data in a twrp lvm compliant recovery, what will happen? It will wipe only /data stuff in lvm pool or the whole "partition" (including internal sdcard)?

Enjoy!

EDIT : I want to make a "factory reset" but without erasing my personnal datas (photos etc.).
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Last edited by Wendigogo; Today at 03:35 PM. Reason: Posted in Q&A thread. Please remove me.
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