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[Recovery] TWRP_2.8.1.0_LG_L90_w7xx[TWRP]

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25th November 2014, 09:50 PM   |  #141  
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(Is there another reply to me before this? I didn't see it in this thread.)

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  • I thought TWRP *did* read encryption... that's the only reason I flashed it. Is it just specific to the L90, or are there no recoveries that can handle encrypted partitions? And if so, how do you back them up, then?

i said no other , i know for sure twrp could handle encrypted devices !!! but actual not in our case...

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4th December 2014, 06:15 AM   |  #142  
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Will this work fine with the D415? If not ill stay with CWM, just wondering...
4th December 2014, 06:22 AM   |  #143  
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Hi
Yes , it works on d415 (not on encrypted devices)

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6th December 2014, 05:19 PM   |  #144  
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Hé @shoxxy my problems with your newest version stays unfortunately. Yesterday I flashed the latest version (2.8.1) and today I had a bootloader after updating cm... So I reflashed the old zip back. I don't know what I'm doing wrong?

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i think you mean bootloop not bootloader? when the recovery works and you have a bootloop after flashing an rom it should not be related to my recovery.

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6th December 2014, 07:39 PM   |  #146  
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@bravho

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i think you mean bootloop not bootloader? when the recovery works and you have a bootloop after flashing an rom it should not be related to my recovery.

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Indeed I mean bootloop...
But I don't have problems with your previous version (with I now use, so thx for twrp!) , could it be related to cm11?

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16th December 2014, 10:48 PM   |  #147  
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How to back up encrypted phones
A couple of previous posts established that TWRP doesn't handle encrypted partitions, and of course it now can't mount the /data partition at all.

I'm going to keep TWRP for flash images and the other things that still work, but any suggestions as to what I should use to make a Nandroid-style (entire phone) backup now? I do use Titanium Backup already, but that's app by app and wouldn't be able to handle, say, swapping ROMs.
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I there any e ord as to the exact issues with this build pertaining to thr l90 d415 ,currently using the 2.8.0.0 version, want to make sure everythg is ok withe the 2.8.0.1 version, thanks
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I there any e ord as to the exact issues with this build pertaining to thr l90 d415 ,currently using the 2.8.0.0 version, want to make sure everythg is ok withe the 2.8.0.1 version, thanks

I've been testing this on a D415 and it has worked fine for me, both backup and restore. I have read that recommendation about using 2.8.0.0 instead, but I don't remember why that was. It's in this thread though.

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