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By anupritaisno1, Senior Member on 5th April 2020, 03:09 AM
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Flashing instructions are not verry clear. How can we flash Lineage recovery?
And then what commands we have to use to flash GlassROM?
5th April 2020, 01:52 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by RicardoDimm

Flashing instructions are not verry clear. How can we flash Lineage recovery?
And then what commands we have to use to flash GlassROM?


I did some digging around and found this


Output of payload extractor includes this line:
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Extracting 'recovery.img'
This means that recovery is treated like just another A/B partition and flashed whenever you flash the ROM in recovery



The fastboot zip already includes a recovery.img you can flash yourself


You need to use fastboot for the first flash like any other ROM. After the first flash you can use the lineage recovery to flash. Google added some extra nonsense and the initial flash fails when done from recovery with dynamic partitions. To flash from recovery you need to use adb sideload
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Originally Posted by anupritaisno1

I did some digging around and found this


Output of payload extractor includes this line:

Code:
Extracting 'recovery.img'
This means that recovery is treated like just another A/B partition and flashed whenever you flash the ROM in recovery



The fastboot zip already includes a recovery.img you can flash yourself


You need to use fastboot for the first flash like any other ROM. After the first flash you can use the lineage recovery to flash. Google added some extra nonsense and the initial flash fails when done from recovery with dynamic partitions. To flash from recovery you need to use adb sideload

I dont get it to work. I flashed Lineage 17.1 as instructed by LineageOS.
The I reboot to fastboot and command ''fastboot update signed-image-full''. Then I reboot to Lineage recovery, ADB Sideload ''signed-ota_update''. But I get an error: 26.
Any help?
5th April 2020, 03:34 PM |#7  
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Is there even a Lineage recovery specifically for this device?

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5th April 2020, 08:19 PM |#8  
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thxs for this. will try asap.

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Is there even a Lineage recovery specifically for this device?

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if you flash lineage you have a recovery like pixels. in big red letters fastbootd.

or take the img recovery from the zip of lineage and flash this in fastboot like twrp.

i try it on this way. report asap.


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---------- Post added at 07:19 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:17 PM ----------

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I dont get it to work. I flashed Lineage 17.1 as instructed by LineageOS.

The I reboot to fastboot and command ''fastboot update signed-image-full''. Then I reboot to Lineage recovery, ADB Sideload ''signed-ota_update''. But I get an error: 26.

Any help?

try to flash the recovery on a and b slot maby?
and then go to fastbootd and flash the rom?

just flash the recovery img in fastboot like twrp.

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5th April 2020, 09:13 PM |#9  
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thxs for this. will try asap.

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---------- Post added at 07:17 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:14 PM ----------

if you flash lineage you have a recovery like pixels. in big red letters fastbootd.

or take the img recovery from the zip of lineage and flash this in fastboot like twrp.

i try it on this way. report asap.


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---------- Post added at 07:19 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:17 PM ----------

try to flash the recovery on a and b slot maby?
and then go to fastbootd and flash the rom?

just flash the recovery img in fastboot like twrp.

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But there is no official lineageOS, only an unofficial one and I'm not sure if that one contains the recovery image.
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But there is no official lineageOS, only an unofficial one and I'm not sure if that one contains the recovery image.

i have flashed ones lineage and that was a fastbootd like pixels. will see. i try the rom if i have time.

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5th April 2020, 11:39 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by Lossyx

Is there even a Lineage recovery specifically for this device?

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I am just reusing the same base as op7pro


I did some basic testing and it seemed to work fine but there may be breakages I'm not aware of yet. This is why the OP says alpha
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