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[Kernel/Recovery][P75XX] A1 Kernel V1.9/TWRP2.6.3.0

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24th February 2013, 10:27 AM   |  #1131  
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Ok here we go. Try it out.
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28th February 2013, 04:32 AM   |  #1132  
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feature request pls...
ext3-4 support
ad-hoc support
and ntfs doesn't mount automaticly in cm10 and4.1 gtp7500
i'v should use paragon mounter to do this
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28th February 2013, 05:17 AM   |  #1133  
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Re: [Kernel/Recovery/MOD][P75XX] A1 Kernel V1.8.4/TWRP2.4.1.0/TabletMode
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Ok here we go. Try it out.

It also work with 24th nightly too... Cheers

Edit: i cannot make any backup in twrp. It said "updating partition details" and done nothing even I leave it on un-touch for one hour. Then i force reboot my tab and check out twrp directory in internal memory and found out that it was empty. Has one succeed on backup in latest twrp (2.4.1)?
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28th February 2013, 01:55 PM   |  #1134  
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Question TWRP update?
Maybe I missed it in the thread, but I don't see an updated TWRP for 2.4.2. Are there plans to recompile the recovery to the newest build and update the OP with it?

Thank you in advance.
2nd March 2013, 11:56 PM   |  #1135  
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Ext3/4 support is already there. Otherwise, the system, data, cache partition wouldn't be able to mount at boot. If you're trying to mount an ext4 formatted hard drive, I think you might have to use the terminal. I can't verify this as I do have a 2TB external hard drive but no usb adapter. NTFS doesn't work? Does it work from the terminal? I think ad hoc is a Cyanognemod thing and not a kernel thing.

I made a backup on Feb 23rd with EFS and compression turned on. It worked.

Yes, I have tried doing TWRP 2.4.2.0 but I ran into an issue. The recovery image produced is too big to fit on the partition. I'll look into removing unnecessary files like the splash screen or the super user auto injector. (Do a google search for the zip.) That will happen at some point.

As for the kernel updates, I know I've been dragging out the update for a while. There are really only 2 small minor updates that need to be done: incorporate touch screen death fix, data usage fix. The first fix shouldn't be a problem for most people since I doubt many people do grep searches in the /sys folder. Please be aware I haven't forgotten about it but this comes down to certain *personal factors*.

And lastly, the tablet UI update is here.
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3rd March 2013, 12:05 PM   |  #1136  
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Here the flashable Zip.
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3rd March 2013, 07:25 PM   |  #1137  
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Initial TWRP 2.4.3.0 for Wifi
After a bit of tinkering, I managed to get TWRP 2.4.3.0 on the wifi only tablet (since mine is wifi only, that's what I started working with first).

Tested and working:
  • Flash my kernel
  • Flash rom update zip
  • Use TWRP file manager to erase old CM zip
  • Screen timeout (give E:A: Render request failed error but seems to be harmless)

I had to take a few steps to shrink down the size:
  • Replace curtain.jpg with dummy file
  • Replace twrp lock with dummy file
  • Replace superuser.apk and su with dummy files
  • Remove curtainraise, and related functions from gui.cpp
  • Remove curtain functions from action.cpp
  • Disable exfat

Because of these more "severe" steps required to work the new version of TWRP, I am putting up an img file instead. This is so that if you aren't comfortable with dd flashing, you shouldn't be trying this since if the recovery isn't working well, you might need to dd flash an older version. And of course, sources are up with my changes too. Maybe somebody else with more free time can come up with some suggestions? The BoardConfigCommon.mk has some new variables specifically for TWRP2.4.3.0 so check that out too if you're interested in my tinkering.

One last thing to note: the exact size of the recovery partition is 5242880 bytes.
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AAccount, Thanks for your effort to support the old TAB1. However, could you please give some guide what is the full dd command I should run to flash this img file? Also, have you try make a rom backup within this TWRP? The last version(2.4.1) didn't work for me (struck with "updating partitions"). When the TAB start and loading TWRP it took almost 45 sec to load into the menu screen, is this normal?
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Re: [Kernel/Recovery/MOD][P75XX] A1 Kernel V1.8.4/TWRP2.4.1.0/TabletMode
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AAccount, Thanks for your effort to support the old TAB1. However, could you please give some guide what is the full dd command I should run to flash this img file? Also, have you try make a rom backup within this TWRP? The last version(2.4.1) didn't work for me (struck with "updating partitions"). When the TAB start and loading TWRP it took almost 45 sec to load into the menu screen, is this normal?
Cheers..

dd if=twrp2430.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p2

I've found the time to boot twrp varies depending on if it's done from the reboot menu or adb reboot recovery. I've never actually timed it but it can feel like it takes a while sometimes. I'm keeping my tab1 for a while so I'll try and make twrp if it doesn't get too ugly.
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Quote:
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dd if=twrp2430.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p2

I've found the time to boot twrp varies depending on if it's done from the reboot menu or adb reboot recovery. I've never actually timed it but it can feel like it takes a while sometimes. I'm keeping my tab1 for a while so I'll try and make twrp if it doesn't get too ugly.

According to this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=28051448 MapleSyrup has modified source of bootable/recovery/gui/gui.cpp to get the curtain effect for the bootscreen loading faster. Please take a look at post # 31 and 33.
Hope this might help reduce loading time.
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