Hi, I'm with the same version as you and it's all working great.
What I did?
- Using RSD Lite, I flashed stock using flashfile.xml (because servicefile.xml does not erase everything);
- Wait for the first boot to occur (it will take a while) and power off the device when the first setup dialog appear;
- Boot to bootloader (VOL - and POWER)
- Don't flash TWRP (use 22.214.171.124 version) because it can cause you problems. Instead, boot with TWRP (use once with fastboot boot twrp.img);
- Hit cancel when prompted for password (it will take a while for the dialog to appear);
- Format DATA (it is different from WIPE) typing yes when needed;
- Reboot to bootloader and boot with TWRP again (fastboot boot twrp.img);
- Format DATA again typing yes when needed;
- Reboot to bootloader and boot with TWRP again;
- Flash Magisk (use the latest beta 19.4);
- Flash Universal DM Verity (use the latest 08.18 version);
- WIPE Dalvik, Cache and Internal Memory (make sure to delete Android folders in your external SD card).
Best of luck!
when i flash Disable_Dm-Verity_ForceEncrypt_10.09.2019.zip on my Moto G6 (ali) on the newest firmware (August 1 security patch, PPSS29.55-37-4-3) i get stuck in a bootloop of endless splash screen followed by black screen and repeating, the last build of this zip that i know works on my phone is the May 21 build, that one works flawlessly
Hi! First of all, thank you for your work!
Would you help me with these questions:
- some people say that flash your zip before Magisk and it works, what do you think?
- when Magisk is updated do I have to flash your zip again?
- what issues in 10.09?
Thank you very much.
Once dm verity and force encrypt has been disabled using your zip, how do I re-enable dm verity and force encrypt using the flashing a zip folder method through TWRP? My device is stuck in a boot loop so I want to re-enable dm verity and force encrypt using the zip folder method through TWRP.
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