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[RECOVERY][UNOFFICIAL][XT1650][griffin] TWRP 3.0.3-n2 for Moto Z

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Here is TWRP 3 for the Moto Z
I decided to open this thread and make unofficial builds because the official TWRP (3.0.2) is still based on MM and will not work properly with N Firmwares and ROMs.

It should work when you flash it, but using it is still a try at your own risk procedure.

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Our device comes with forced encryption and, more important,
verity which checks at every boot if /system partition has been changed or not.
If /system has been changed, verity won't allow booting your device which means
you can't flash anything unless you disable verity.

So, you must be sure to keep /system in ReadOnly mode in TWRP and don't try to alter it unless you're using a custom Kernel/boot to disable verity.
Of course, custom ROMs come with custom boot, so no worries about verity security with Lineage or AOKP for example.

To temporarily boot this recovery:
Code:
fastboot boot twrp.img
To permanently flash it:
Code:
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
The download is up on moto.shreps.fr.

Changelog:
twrp-3.0.3-n2-athene_shreps.img
- Kernel and boot update - should be compatible with more variant
- Some TWRP fixes

twrp-3.0.3-n1-athene_shreps.img
- Qseecom and crypto stuff updated to N
> I'm able to decrypt my /data partition (F2FS) - Tested on XT1650-03_NPL25.86-17-3
- Fully rebased on AOSP Recovery 7.1
- TWRP bump to 3.0.3, with a lot of fixes
- Dark Material Theme
- Removed cursor pointer


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[RECOVERY][UNOFFICIAL][XT1650][griffin] TWRP 3.0.3-n2 for Moto Z, Tool/Utility for the Moto Z

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Source Code: https://github.com/omnirom/android_bootable_recovery


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Status: Stable

Created 2017-01-30
Last Updated 2017-03-07
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30th January 2017, 01:02 PM |#2  
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[ROOT] How to root with latest N firmware NPL25.86-17-3
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Originally Posted by Shreps

Here is TWRP 3 for the Moto Z
I decided to open this thread and make unofficial builds because the official TWRP (3.0.2) is still based on MM and will not work properly with N Firmwares and ROMs.

Thanks for this, could you please patch this :
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...postcount=8793

To make supersu systemless root possible
Thanks again
30th January 2017, 02:39 PM |#4  
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Thanks for this, could you please patch this :
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...postcount=8793

To make supersu systemless root possible
Thanks again

Use superuser systemless root, has mentionned in post #2. It's safer.
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Use superuser systemless root, has mentionned in post #2. It's safer.

I added pull request for this
And I also built it : https://mega.nz/#!ScxHASjB!teSpEOZnO...6qa6GH1z1mRwdI

I don't know why, but I hate phhsuperuser
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I added pull request for this
And I also built it : https://mega.nz/#!ScxHASjB!teSpEOZnO...6qa6GH1z1mRwdI

I don't know why, but I hate phhsuperuser

I hate phhsuperuser too, but what is this recovery.img that you linked ?

in your images you show up SuperUser 2.78 R2, it works ? What happend with the release 2.59. I tried before and my phone don;t boot any more when I install SuperUser
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I hate phhsuperuser too, but what is this recovery.img that you linked ?

in your images you show up SuperUser 2.78 R2, it works ? What happend with the release 2.59. I tried before and my phone don;t boot any more when I install SuperUser

My Link is TWRP recovery image
Here I installed SuperSU as systemless mode, which is always fails installation on official TWRP

In pictures I really only installed es explorer as root needed app and I didn't mess with SuperSU anymore not sure about other's

BTW I recommend to stay on phh's superuser
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My Link is TWRP recovery image
Here I installed SuperSU as systemless mode, which is always fails installation on official TWRP

In pictures I really only installed es explorer as root needed app and I didn't mess with SuperSU anymore not sure about other's

BTW I recommend to stay on phh's superuser

So using this recovery and forcing to flash in systemless mode boots into ROM? Because last time I tried system mode ended up in bootloop and systemless mode dint gain any root access
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So using this recovery and forcing to flash in systemless mode boots into ROM? Because last time I tried system mode ended up in bootloop and systemless mode dint gain any root access

Again, it's safer to flash supersuser by phh, everything works out of the box
See post #2
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Again, it's safer to flash supersuser by phh, everything works out of the box
See post #2

Currently I'm using phh without any issue but FlashFire doesn't work with this, it requires SuperSU
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So using this recovery and forcing to flash in systemless mode boots into ROM? Because last time I tried system mode ended up in bootloop and systemless mode dint gain any root access

First at all I really don't recommend this root method, cause I didn't test it too much
But your answers:
There's no force just flash released superSU from chainfire this will flash in systemless

Before this recovery, old official one could not install SuperSU as systemless and it was stops on decompressing ramdisk, I just fixed installation part which is only related to TWRP bug

And force system (xbin) root still makes bootloop , as I know it's not about TWRP

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