turns out, most of the problems with booting into twrp were actually people letting their devices boot stock os, without anyone realizing that there was an install-recovery.sh that would break twrp. This has been fixed in the latest version of computer one click and also tweezermod_installer.apk
So.. let me understand. If I restore stock I need the tweezermod installer to be installed? Or if I run any other ROM? Why not store the script on the virtual SD (edit: or is that what this does? I don't want to delete it)? Where is the script located? Why is this different than twrp for other devices?
Edit: or do I just need to make sure I install that apk w any os I have on there? That would be easy.
Sorry bro.. as you know I'm temp w/o kf2
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If you mean Settings-Devices-Allow Installation of Applications, it is set to ON.
I am on rooted stock 10.2.4
I've tried capturing logcat files, but I can't see anything relating to running the first app. I am going to try getting the logcat off the Alien app.
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