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[Q] LG G2 + TWRP + Encryption = Disappointment

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By pattonsj, Senior Member on 18th May 2014, 03:29 PM
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I really like the G2. I started seeing all the development for it and was excited to see what it was capable of. I have to encrypt my phone to receive emails for work. I rooted it with no issues and used Autorec to install TWRP. When I booted into TWRP to my surprise it said that my internal storage space was 0. So, come to find out, TWRP can't see an encrypted volume. The site says that it should ask for a password to decrypt but it doesn't. I have never heard of a recovery not supporting encryption. I'm sure that it has happened but I just haven't seen it. Anybody think that a fix will ever come along for this problem or is it just something that I will have to live with?
 
 
29th April 2015, 08:00 PM |#2  
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I really like the G2. I started seeing all the development for it and was excited to see what it was capable of. I have to encrypt my phone to receive emails for work. I rooted it with no issues and used Autorec to install TWRP. When I booted into TWRP to my surprise it said that my internal storage space was 0. So, come to find out, TWRP can't see an encrypted volume. The site says that it should ask for a password to decrypt but it doesn't. I have never heard of a recovery not supporting encryption. I'm sure that it has happened but I just haven't seen it. Anybody think that a fix will ever come along for this problem or is it just something that I will have to live with?

did you find any solution for this? i have exactly the same issue as you.
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29th April 2015, 08:03 PM |#3  
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did you find any solution for this? i have exactly the same issue as you.
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I don't have the phone anymore but the only solution is that you can't be encrypted when you want to flash in recovery.

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29th April 2015, 08:35 PM |#4  
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I don't have the phone anymore but the only solution is that you can't be encrypted when you want to flash in recovery.

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many thanks for your reply!
29th April 2015, 08:54 PM |#5  
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many thanks for your reply!

I feel your pain. Blastagator built some special recoveries for me to try but we never could get it to work.

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