Recent content by krasCGQ

  1. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][mido][msm-4.9] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.3.1-3 [28-05-2020]

    Under testing for all 3 devices so far ;) PS: You'll probably need updated ROMs more than recovery. Sent from my Redmi Note 4 using XDA Labs
  2. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Integrity verification, not to be flashed. Sure. Sent from my Redmi Note 4 using XDA Labs
  3. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Which version though? It may have something to do with TWRP-side changes which I may not aware of. Sent from my Redmi Note 4 using XDA Labs
  4. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][grus] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [28-06-2020]

    I'm currently unaware of that. Feel free to try. Sent from my Redmi Note 4 using XDA Labs
  5. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][grus] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [28-06-2020]

    3.4.0-0 is now available. Changelog is on 2nd post and two latest links are no longer updated. Enjoy.
  6. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Depends ™ 1. I might add option to backup persist image if it's ever necessary. 2. asusfw partition is pretty much meaningless for us since it contains only regulatory information which will be shown on stock depending your device region. I always see option to "clone" entire image as a better...
  7. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    1. For Windows, I can't. But for Linux users, it's on 3rd post. 2. Everything is published on GitHub organization. Common sense: clean flash required, which involves resetting the device. And you can just skip going to stock before flashing custom ROMs, which I did on X00T; just remember...
  8. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Adding a detached GPG signature together with releases is my latest attempt to ensure that it's easy to detect tampered packages, since it'll be verified against one of my GPG public keys. Anything downloaded from my sources from now on will always pass such verification, unless you don't have...
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    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    A year later... 3.4.0-0 is up, since I got back the X00T (even though it's not in prime physical condition anymore). First 3 posts have been updated, so be sure to re-read everything carefully. Enjoy!
  10. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Weird, it works just fine for me, both on TWRP and via ADB...
  11. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    I'll just answer this since second one is already answered: yes (for TWRP side), since I'm using stock Asus import with it. Sent from my MI 9 SE using XDA Labs
  12. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Pushed one, but I limit it temporarily at Telegram scope for wider testing. Decryption as always only works on latest stock as well as custom ROMs with same security patch as TWRP. I'll publish here in few days so stay tuned in that case. Sent from my MI 9 SE using XDA Labs
  13. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    I only support my own builds. That sounds OrangeFox to me. Sent from my MI 9 SE using XDA Labs
  14. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][X00T] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.4.0-0 [16-06-2020]

    Which build you're on? Sent from my MI 9 SE using XDA Labs
  15. krasCGQ

    Post [RECOVERY][mido][msm-4.9] KudProject's Unofficial TWRP 3.3.1-3 [28-05-2020]

    You can flash TWRP from TWRP itself just fine, just target right partition. And, you probably want to use 3.3.1-1 instead if you don't plan to flash any 4.9 ROM. [Spot the device version] Sent from my MI 9 SE using XDA Labs