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Unofficial TWRP 3.2.3-0 UA

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By sudokamikaze, Recognized Developer on 16th August 2018, 02:09 AM
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Unofficial TWRP 3.2.3-0 UA

  • F2FS Support
  • EFS & Persist backup support
  • Clean device tree
  • Based on Unlegacy-Android kernel
  • Regular updates

Known-issues
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Installation
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1. Go in fastboot mode (hold down Power + Vol down for few seconds.

# Or use flashers like Flasify/FlashFire and others

2. Open terminal window/command prompt to execute following commands: 
 fastboot erase recovery
 fastboot flash recovery twrp_mako-3.2.3-0.img
3. With volume up and down select recovery mode and press power button
4. Enjoy your reboot in TWRP
Downloads:
Latest: AFH

Credits:
Special thanks to
- TWRP team
- Unlegacy-Android team
- Clamor
- And anyone I forgot to mention

Additional sources:
Kernel Sources: Github
TWRP Sources: Github


XDA:DevDB Information
Unofficial TWRP 3.2.3-0 UA, Tool/Utility for the Google Nexus 4

Contributors
sudokamikaze, clamor
Source Code: https://github.com/clamor95/android_...very/tree/mako


Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2018-08-16
Last Updated 2018-08-17
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21st August 2018, 10:03 PM |#2  
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Thank you Sir for continuing support mako...
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Have a stock Nexus 4.
Will be unlocking it and installing some ROM.

What is the difference between this and the official TWRP version?
Is this version of TWRP better than the official twrp-3.2.3-0-mako?

Thank you.
22nd August 2018, 04:48 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by /root

Have a stock Nexus 4.
Will be unlocking it and installing some ROM.

What is the difference between this and the official TWRP version?
Is this version of TWRP better than the official twrp-3.2.3-0-mako?

Thank you.

Please, read OP post again. Our recovery has F2FS support for /data & /cache. EFS/Persist backup support, that means you can backup your IMEI/WIFI + BT Mac address stuff. And compare teamwin device tree and ours, I'm sure that you will be impressed
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So should I format all partitions to f2fs and then install LOS? Is that advisable or should I just change filesystem for cache and data?

Edit 1 : btw Great recovery . I had to give it more than 2 tries though at first it got stuck in a bootloop of never entering the recovery page. then i flashed stock and tried again that time it couldn't format and twrp never got proceeded. did a stock flash again and the third time it worked fine.

Edit 2 : So checked the fstab of mako on LOS and it seems f2fs is only supported for /cache and /data. So only those two partitions need to be changed to f2fs format. Am I concluding it correctly?

Thank you @sudokamikaze
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So should I format all partitions to f2fs and then install LOS? Is that advisable or should I just change filesystem for cache and data?

Edit 1 : btw Great recovery . I had to give it more than 2 tries though at first it got stuck in a bootloop of never entering the recovery page. then i flashed stock and tried again that time it couldn't format and twrp never got proceeded. did a stock flash again and the third time it worked fine.

Edit 2 : So checked the fstab of mako on LOS and it seems f2fs is only supported for /cache and /data. So only those two partitions need to be changed to f2fs format. Am I concluding it correctly?

Thank you @sudokamikaze

About EDIT 1:
First of all I'm sorry about that, I will find why and which thing causing this.

I had something like that on friend's phone. But worked just fine after re-entering.

If rom which you decided to use supports f2fs - feel free to use that. Leave system as is
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25th August 2018, 02:59 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by sudokamikaze

About EDIT 1:
First of all I'm sorry about that, I will find why and which thing causing this.

I had something like that on friend's phone. But worked just fine after re-entering.

If rom which you decided to use supports f2fs - feel free to use that. Leave system as is

Thank you, had no issues flashing and entering recovery and doing a full backup including EFS and Persist.
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Otg compatible too?
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is this support error digitiser/ nav bar ?
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is this support error digitiser/ nav bar ?

You must check it yourself. Inactive surfaces can be of different widths.
You always have the option to return to the main menu by touching the TWRP logo.
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