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By LastStandingDroid, Guest on 20th November 2016, 11:21 PM
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TWRP 3.0.3 with decyption support!


Your warranty is probably void. Do we care?

THIS IS NOT A FINAL RELEASE! IF ANYTHING GOES WRONG IT ISN'T MY FAULT! THIS IS NOT BUILT FROM SOURCE, IT USES RENEWED KERNEL FROM N AND EDITED FSTAB! AND DO NOT USE DATAFIX U CAN FORMAT DATA PARTITION IN ADVANCED WIPE!

HOW-TO ROOT YOUR MATE 9/P9/Honor 8


Download
Phh su r275 version and flash
Download and install Material phh apk: Release post
Done!

What's new
MTP auto mount on boot fixed!
Data unmount after few seconds fixed.

Bugs
Data Decryption
Battery status
Mounting Loop Devices (Kernel doesn't support this)

Credits: TWRP (Team win Recovery Project)

Huawei
@BadWolfYe for giving info on how he got MTP working.

Me

Current status:Stable

Stable: Sort OF

Created: 2016-11-20
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20th November 2016, 11:24 PM |#2  
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unable to flash anything as its saying no storage
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21st November 2016, 08:57 PM |#4  
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unable to flash anything as its saying no storage

I noticed

You need to flash one zip

Just make sure you backup all data on your internal storage since it'll wipe it

Here it is https://mega.nz/#!SgpTiRaJ!7vLP2bLrD...SpwvJx4iBKb9s0

You might need to wipe it after again.

Just make sure you resize the partition afterwards.

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21st November 2016, 11:51 PM |#5  
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TWRP Recovery is working, SuperSU in the TWRP can not flash?

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TWRP, delete Cache & Dalvik takes very long?

Formating Cache using make_ext4fs...
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22nd November 2016, 12:44 AM |#6  
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TWRP Recovery is working, SuperSU in the TWRP can not flash?

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TWRP, delete Cache & Dalvik takes very long?

Formating Cache using make_ext4fs...

No you can't flash supersu for now.

I don't feel like twrp takes long time to wipe unless battery is low

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22nd November 2016, 12:51 AM |#7  
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No you can't flash supersu for now.

I don't feel like twrp takes long time to wipe unless battery is low

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http://androiding.how/huawei-mate-8-nougat-root-twrp/ -> How to Root Huawei Mate 8 Nougat update with SuperSU


Again the B552 update.zip and the update_data_full_all_cn.zip installed in the TWRP.
Despite the factory reset (the TWRP was started), the data are still available.

The very slow formatting existed already times in an earlier TWRP version.
In the latest version for EMUI 4 / 4.1 it was very fast again.
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http://androiding.how/huawei-mate-8-nougat-root-twrp/ -> How to Root Huawei Mate 8 Nougat update with SuperSU


Again the B552 update.zip and the update_data_full_all_cn.zip installed in the TWRP.
Despite the factory reset (the TWRP was started), the data are still available.

The very slow formatting existed already times in an earlier TWRP version.
In the latest version for EMUI 4 / 4.1 it was very fast again.

Problem is when it tries to mount the su image it reboots.

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22nd November 2016, 03:12 AM |#9  
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Working in Mate 8 NXT-L29C432?
Hi Hen Ry, you mentioned 'TWRP recovery working' is on Mate 8 NXT-L29C432 please? I want to give a try.
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Able to port the above TWRP on Mate 8 NXT-L29C432 successfully and boot to TWRP recovery.
SuperSU failed to flash (tried both SR3 and SR4 of SuperSU-v2.78-)
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22nd November 2016, 12:55 PM |#10  
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A new TWRP version will be coming later today, which fixes the .img mount issue. now most parts are working as it should. only stuff is MTP and ADB which seems to be still broken
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22nd November 2016, 01:22 PM |#11  
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Very slow formatting?

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