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8th November 2019, 09:42 AM |#301  
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Alright dude , he says in first post we need to screenshot some folders so he can check out the files . I'm in the process now of screenshotting everything. Hopefully he can help us

I was able to install twrp in Doogee s90.. Everything working fine... Installed magic, gcam and closed as well... Only issue I am facing is that whenever I boot to twrp it asks for password,, I try entering password but it shows error..temporary workaround is to wipe data in order to use internal storage on twrp...issue is due to the fact that phone is encrypted and 'no verity patch' is not working... It is showing error 1 while flashing....how to remove this or disable password protection.. Any help
8th November 2019, 09:49 AM |#302  
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I was able to install twrp in Doogee s90.. Everything working fine... Installed magic, gcam and closed as well... Only issue I am facing is that whenever I boot to twrp it asks for password,, I try entering password but it shows error..temporary workaround is to wipe data in order to use internal storage on twrp...issue is due to the fact that phone is encrypted and 'no verity patch' is not working... It is showing error 1 while flashing....how to remove this or disable password protection.. Any help

That's a simple fix.

Dmverity aswell as forcencription disabler should do it.

Or just put whatever file you want to flash on your external sd card and flash from there , youu don't need password for that just choose storage and pick memory card. Should work then.
https://forum.xda-developers.com/and...-t3817389/amp/
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8th November 2019, 12:11 PM |#303  
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That's a simple fix.

Dmverity aswell as forcencription disabler should do it.

Or just put whatever file you want to flash on your external sd card and flash from there , youu don't need password for that just choose storage and pick memory card. Should work then.
https://forum.xda-developers.com/and...-t3817389/amp/

Thanks bro .....issue has been resolved...I was using another twrp from Russian website of 21 mb...I replaced the twrp (Augustoandro) and also was unable to flash the DM verity file but now I am able to flash it from ur link...everything works perfectly...thanku so much for your help and @Augustoandro thanku for twrp...I will donate next month for your awesome work once my salary comes ;
Also, After doing everything, I observed that once device restart, for 6-8 seconds everything stops working...I mean to say button and touch as well..then all works fine..(it takes times to act). Does it have to do anything with device encryption or is it normal??
8th November 2019, 07:34 PM |#304  
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Hey man just a little update. Ive put your TWRP on my Doogee S90 and so far it seems to be working perfectly, I went to restart from twrp and it was taking a while so I jkust held power button and started it up normally and it booted no problem. thanks a million for making it .

So, it works perfectly? Without any errors? Did you try flashing anything?
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8th November 2019, 08:17 PM |#305  
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So, it works perfectly? Without any errors? Did you try flashing anything?

Yes, absolutely,, I tried flashing magisk, xposed, Google play store mod(recovery file) and Dolby and no encryption verity file..it works perfectly...only thing that is when I try backing up through twrp it shows only basic option but does not give option to detailed back up like nvrom. Imei etc.( if anything can be done)...I think that's okay..also phone freezes for first 6 sec after restarting though no complain on that ( don't know if due to twrp or encryption)...thanku bro...will let u know in terms of any critical concern.. Be ready for the reward next month...appreciate your work ...God bless u
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8th November 2019, 08:23 PM |#306  
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Pls check this..is this normal backup though twrp
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8th November 2019, 10:14 PM |#307  
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Pls check this..is this normal backup though twrp



I thought it normally said navram and something else, I presume thats in the system, files. Make sure you save the backup onto the actual removable mem ory card. I done a backup using my oukitel wp2, wiped it and forgott o move the backup first haha. ended up with no IMEI for a few months until I finally decided to get the doogee s90. (i also got the orange one .)
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9th November 2019, 06:02 AM |#308  
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I thought it normally said navram and something else, I presume thats in the system, files. Make sure you save the backup onto the actual removable mem ory card. I done a backup using my oukitel wp2, wiped it and forgott o move the backup first haha. ended up with no IMEI for a few months until I finally decided to get the doogee s90. (i also got the orange one .)

Sure bro...have already taken backup through twrp and uploaded on gdrive..only mistake i did was I did not do the backup of stock ROM or stock recovery before flashing twrp or root....is there any better way to do complete backup just for safer side....as mtk droid tool does give option back up though blocks as it does not get recognised... Device is recognized but blocks does not. Any suggestions?
9th November 2019, 02:58 PM |#309  
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please port for galaxy A80 and thanks you for your hard work

i cant find twrp for this device

here is stock recovery.img

http://www.mediafire.com/file/piktuo...overy.img/file

Any help pnease @Augustoandro

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9th November 2019, 05:31 PM |#310  
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Sir my Vivo Y12 phone doesn't have recovery.img

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10th November 2019, 10:45 PM |#311  
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Sure bro...have already taken backup through twrp and uploaded on gdrive..only mistake i did was I did not do the backup of stock ROM or stock recovery before flashing twrp or root....is there any better way to do complete backup just for safer side....as mtk droid tool does give option back up though blocks as it does not get recognised... Device is recognized but blocks does not. Any suggestions?

I never got mtk droid tool to recognise any of my phones , its some pisser. I just went off and bout the miracle box instead. its the right job.
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