Thanks for this little bit of history I vaguely knew about this but not in such detail. But effectively this is what I initially meant: if you update the recovery to a more recent one (as you suggested), then there is no need to worry about the kernel. It will all be isorec.
Not quite. Updating the recovery will not update the kernel (because kernel and recovery are isolated)
A non-isorec kernel will stay non-isorec. As said before: being on a very old rom with non isorec kernel means: when flashing twrp 3 it will not show up and you will see only the recovery you had before.
Sent from my [device_name] using XDA-Developers Legacy app
TWRP is not "working".
I followed the instructions on wiki lineageos
"Recovery upload successful" ending session
after that i boot into recovery mode by pressing "button up" "power" "home"
It boots into recovery, BUT there is NO twrp. It is the standard android recovery?????
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