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11th July 2018, 01:35 PM |#2221  
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When Im installing TWRP on first roobt its said that I cannot start system and got just option restart on lower panel on screen?
2nd August 2018, 02:49 PM |#2222  
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No matter how hard I try, it's not possible to get rid of encryption and I always get internal storage = 0 inside twrp
2nd August 2018, 03:13 PM |#2223  
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No matter how hard I try, it's not possible to get rid of encryption and I always get internal storage = 0 inside twrp

have u try "format data" ?
if not, u had to do that, but remember to backup storage before proceed
2nd August 2018, 08:42 PM |#2224  
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have u try "format data" ?
if not, u had to do that, but remember to backup storage before proceed

Of course mate. I've successfully completed the task multiple times on other devices. Last week on a Galaxy A5 on oreo and a couple of months ago on my S7. But yesterday I flashed the latest stock oreo and that's the result. I just wanted a stock rom with my personal debloat and that's where I'm at now
5th August 2018, 07:38 AM |#2225  
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No matter how hard I try, it's not possible to get rid of encryption and I always get internal storage = 0 inside twrp

In file manager (Solid Explorer or other) check hidden folder. Twrp ok, presents internal storage.
5th August 2018, 01:55 PM |#2226  
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have u try "format data" ?
if not, u had to do that, but remember to backup storage before proceed

A user suggested not to swipe for modifications, in order not to trigger the dm-veriti thing. Then flash both dm-verity and remove_encription, then magisk.

I don't know if this might work.
7th August 2018, 12:41 PM |#2227  
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Version 3.2.3-0 is out.
Changelog:
Fix automatic installing of OTA zips on encrypted devices
Remove SuperSU from TWRP
Support both md5 and md5sum file extensions when doing MD5 checking for zip files
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10th August 2018, 01:27 PM |#2228  
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Hey guys

Some may know me, some probably not. It's not important who I am BUT I found that our device tree for TWRP builds is damn outdated (based on MM).

I don't know if you faced this issue already, but some people couldn't mount /data partition in TWRP even though they removed encryption. Why this happens?

Explanation:
Samsung added quota support in their oreo update for the /data partition. Means a TWRP update with proper quota support is needed to get this new feature to work. Till now, many developer simply disabled this feature again on their kernels (so they can mount /data without issues on the old TWRP).

What I did:
I updated the tree with the latest files, kernels and so on. Including the above mentioned quota support.

This TWRP version works on stock and supported oreo kernels. Older kernels (which removed quota to fix mounting problems) won't work here. Please advice your kernel developer to update his kernel with the changes

Download:
Img file (flash via TWRP)
tar.md5 file (flash via odin)
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14th August 2018, 02:47 PM |#2229  
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Hey guys

Some may know me, some probably not. It's not important who I am BUT I found that our device tree for TWRP builds is damn outdated (based on MM).

I don't know if you faced this issue already, but some people couldn't mount /data partition in TWRP even though they removed encryption. Why this happens?

Explanation:
Samsung added quota support in their oreo update for the /data partition. Means a TWRP update with proper quota support is needed to get this new feature to work. Till now, many developer simply disabled this feature again on their kernels (so they can mount /data without issues on the old TWRP).

What I did:
I updated the tree with the latest files, kernels and so on. Including the above mentioned quota support.

This TWRP version works on stock and supported oreo kernels. Older kernels (which removed quota to fix mounting problems) won't work here. Please advice your kernel developer to update his kernel with the changes

Download:
Img file (flash via TWRP)
tar.md5 file (flash via odin)

Could you do the same modification for the hero2ltekor variants? Thanks!
14th August 2018, 04:29 PM |#2230  
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Could you do the same modification for the hero2ltekor variants? Thanks!

I don't have a kernel nor an updated device tree for this variant. I'm afraid you won't get that update unless you can manage it yourself
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14th August 2018, 11:49 PM |#2231  
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Originally Posted by Tkkg1994

Hey guys

Some may know me, some probably not. It's not important who I am BUT I found that our device tree for TWRP builds is damn outdated (based on MM).

I don't know if you faced this issue already, but some people couldn't mount /data partition in TWRP even though they removed encryption. Why this happens?

Explanation:
Samsung added quota support in their oreo update for the /data partition. Means a TWRP update with proper quota support is needed to get this new feature to work. Till now, many developer simply disabled this feature again on their kernels (so they can mount /data without issues on the old TWRP).

What I did:
I updated the tree with the latest files, kernels and so on. Including the above mentioned quota support.

This TWRP version works on stock and supported oreo kernels. Older kernels (which removed quota to fix mounting problems) won't work here. Please advice your kernel developer to update his kernel with the changes

Download:
Img file (flash via TWRP)
tar.md5 file (flash via odin)

So this is was the reason on oreo that after flashing magisk in twrp and rebooting, twrp won't see /data ?

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