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[RECOVERY][m8] TWRP touch recovery [2015-06-23]

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29th June 2015, 03:20 AM |#1151  
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Hi help me,I don't see link download twrp
29th June 2015, 10:46 AM |#1152  
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Originally Posted by hova1888

Hi help me,I don't see link download twrp

Just go to their site, link is in the OP. Should be a download link there for TWRP It'll be an IMG file, but you can flash that in TWRP as long as you have one of the last few versions. Just go to install, browse to where it is, then tap Image in the lower right, to switch from zips to images.
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2nd July 2015, 02:01 AM |#1153  
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Unhappy Blank OS in HBOOT after USB Connection Error Flashing RUU
Originally Posted by migascalp

I modified ramdisk/etc/recovery.fstab like this:

# Android fstab file.

#<src>    <mnt_point>    <type>    <mnt_flags>    <fs_mgr_flags>
# The filesystem that contains the filesystem checker binary (typically /system) cannot
# specify MF_CHECK, and must come before any filesystems that do specify MF_CHECK

# Internal Storage
/boot           emmc        /dev/block/mmcblk0p42  flags=backup=1
/system         ext4        /dev/block/mmcblk0p45  flags=backup=1;wipeingui;
/cache          ext4        /dev/block/mmcblk0p46  flags=backup=1;wipeingui;wipeduringfactoryreset;canencryptbackup=1
/data           ext4        /dev/block/mmcblk0p47  flags=backup=1;wipeingui;wipeduringfactoryreset;canencryptbackup=1;userdataencryptbackup=1

# because /proc/emmc is blank in recovery, we should add this here. Set backup to 0
#/misc           emmc        /dev/block/mmcblk0p24  flags=backup=0

# External Storage
/external_sd    vfat        /dev/block/mmcblk1p1   /dev/block/mmcblk1 flags=display="Micro SDcard";storage;wipeingui;removable
/usb-otg        vfat        /dev/block/sda1        /dev/block/sda     flags=display="USB-OTG";storage;wipeingui;removable
I confirm that OS version no longer disappears in hboot.
for testing only. i ' m not a dev

Guys, I was flashing RUU.exe to my M8 and I suddenly got USB Error after some few seconds the process started. HBOOT booted without a blank HBOOT and afterwards, RUU now returns with an error that I should flash the correct RUU. I didn't have any backup of the OS but I had a TWRP backup which I downloaded and it was on the phone so I tried recovering but still OS is blank. Phone also doesn't boot pass HBOOT, even after restoring. Please help.
15th July 2015, 03:15 AM |#1154  
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Database Resize system?
What's the downside/risk to running resize2fs on /system?
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15th July 2015, 09:06 PM |#1155  
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Quick question. I cannot get twrp to mount my external sd card. Any advice?
15th July 2015, 09:09 PM |#1156  
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Originally Posted by GCbard

Quick question. I cannot get twrp to mount my external sd card. Any advice?

Device info? TWRP version? Log?

TWRP mounts my SD card just fine (and I'd think if this was a common issue, someone else would've reported it).
17th July 2015, 05:40 PM |#1157  
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I'm assuming that when you install a TWRP IMG through TWRP you flash it to the recovery. Is this correct? I'm having an issue trying to update my TWRP from to, it just says "flash failed".

For context - I screwed up my build.prop and I'm trying to fix it with TWRP. But I'm having the issue where my device is encrypted and TWRP can't decrypt it. So, I don't know if the issue with flashing TWRP is related to the encryption.

Edit - I redownloaded TWRP and tried flashing it again and it worked. So, I'm not sure what was going on earlier.
Also, I can now decrypt my phone. I tried "fix permissions" to repair my build.prop, but it didnt work. I guess I'm just going to update my rom. It was way out of date anyway.
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