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29th September 2019, 10:54 PM |#21  
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Interestingly, I too am encountering the same issue of not being able to boot into TWRP. I've done similar installations on the Umidigi A3 Pro and that works fine. Today, I've tried to do this with both the Umidigi F1 and the A5 Pro, and neither one allows me to boot into TWRP even though fastboot says it went through.
30th September 2019, 06:44 PM |#22  
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usb debuging
enable adb
comand: adb flashing unlock
"yes" if stated
all data will be deleted
done
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30th September 2019, 07:04 PM |#23  
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usb debuging
enable adb
comand: adb flashing unlock
"yes" if stated
all data will be deleted
done

Hi, is this for me to unlock the bootloader?
1st October 2019, 10:58 PM |#24  
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the new TWRP of 30.9.2019 does not exist with the prefix_E for the European version.
Can I still use it for my phone?
9th October 2019, 03:51 PM |#25  
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09-10-19
- recovery.fstab is updated
- Change of code device name
- Editing/cleaning of flags in a device tree
- Cleaning of a tree of old files
- MTP works
- A kernel from a firmware of V1.5 20191009
- Work for installation of OTA updates for stock firmwares is done
- Synchronization with source codes
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9th October 2019, 03:52 PM |#26  
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the new TWRP of 30.9.2019 does not exist with the prefix_E for the European version.
Can I still use it for my phone?

Put usual
10th October 2019, 12:42 PM |#27  
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10-10-19
- Version 37 already at the moment
- Support A/B feature for EMMC and UFS boot region
- Removed some unnecessary flags, by this the size of TWRP decreased
- Derganje corrected at the beginning of launch/thank you nemo-nemo for the tip
- Added system/vendor for backstop
- The screen goes off and is locked
- Added system/vendor mounted as drives/thank you Алеkcaндp
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11th October 2019, 12:46 PM |#28  
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Interestingly, I too am encountering the same issue of not being able to boot into TWRP. I've done similar installations on the Umidigi A3 Pro and that works fine. Today, I've tried to do this with both the Umidigi F1 and the A5 Pro, and neither one allows me to boot into TWRP even though fastboot says it went through.

Is there a solution for this because now it affects me too.
I am not even able to boot into fastboot...
11th October 2019, 04:03 PM |#29  
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This is needed:

1. adb+-+platform+tools+v28.0.0
2. TWRP_3.3.1_20190930_Hadenix-Breeze.img
3. Sep-23-2019_vendor_1.4_treble_A5_PRO.img
3. Disable_Dm-Verity_ForceEncrypt_02.04.2019.zip
4. Rom, “Rom Havoc-OS-v2.9_arm64_ab-Official.img”



Prerequisites
1. Unlocked bootloader.

UMIDIGI Android 9.0 ROOT - short guide not for beginners
1. Unlock the bootloader (will result in a factory data reset and a warning message on the boot screen)
a) Enable Developer options
b) Enable OEM unlock and USB debugging. (Install ADB drivers on your computer)
c) Connect your phone to USB and in a command window (“cmd”)
- Code: type adb reboot bootloader
d) Type
- Code: fastboot flashing unlock
e) Confirm your decision on the phone (You can re-lock the bootloader with fastboot flashing lock)

Instructions
1. Go to the fastboot mode. “adb reboot bootloader”
2. Download the recovery.img and transfer it to the adb folder.
3. Open the cmd/terminal and change directory into the adb folder.
4. Now confirm/check that device is connected by typing:

- Code: fastboot devices

If you got your device seriel number there then you are ready to continue otherwise try
connecting device again and make sure USB debugging is on and you have granted
permission to the PC to debug.
After that we will flash this TWRP recovery to the recovery partition by below command:

- Code: fastboot flash recovery TWRP_Hadenix-A5Pro.img

TWRP flashed successfully.

6. Now unplug your device and then hold power button untill the phone turned off,
after that press
power button while holding vol up(+) button simultaneously and you will
boot into TWRP recovery mode.
11th October 2019, 04:15 PM |#30  
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Is there a solution for this because now it affects me too.
I am not even able to boot into fastboot...

What's your button combination? Vol down + power?

Try Vol up + power.
11th October 2019, 04:23 PM |#31  
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What's your button combination? Vol down + power?

Try Vol up + power.

Both combinations fail! Is it because of the ROM-Update?
Edit: Finally made it but decryption failed!!!
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