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  • Last Activity: 15th August 2018 08:40 AM
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Most probably your partitions have gone corrupt. In twrp goto Wipe > Advanced wipe > Select partition > Repair or change file system > Change file system > Choose ext2 > Swipe and then choose ext4 and swipe again. Do this for Data, Cache, System i...
C'mon dude, a little search would've showed you so many threads for this. I've written an answer here >>
I use just the basic swipe but that only eliminates the password to enter TWRP. You can be encrypted and not use a password and you'll still be encrypted. Just format data one time. Flash no_verity at the end of your flashing queue every time ...
Chaplan Which version kernel do you use?
It's Cristal clear, no worries. :good: DocRambone creates the FW installers and publishes his work on that thread, mirroring his or anyone elses work isn't something I would feel comfortable with. That thread should already be sticky though....