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25th November 2018, 09:57 PM |#42461  
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Thank you for replying, actually i already ported a custom recovery and a custom rom for this device.

It takes considerably more than that though.

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26th November 2018, 04:33 AM |#42462  
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Hmmm.
What do you mean?
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26th November 2018, 04:48 AM |#42463  
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Hmmm.
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There should be a lot of activity here from members that have the device.

There should be a lot of threads discussing the device(a lot = more than just a few, more than several)

There should be more than just a recovery and one ROM. Once there have been several versions of TWRP and at least a dozen or more ROM/development threads, probably at least a couple of pages of development threads.

In the meantime, any threads that get posted can have an enhanced tag added to them so that all threads discussing the device get grouped together, it isn't an actual subforum like other mainstream devices have here, but they do get grouped together.

The XDA Administrators and staff aren't going to spend the time, man hours or server space to create a forum for a device unless the device is VERY popular and has many developers creating custom development for it.


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26th November 2018, 03:26 PM |#42464  
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Hello guys!
Is there anyway to get back messengers latest update with simplified design.
I had it for 3-4 hours and then disappeared.
I have a friend, using S8, and he has it.
WHY?!
26th November 2018, 06:54 PM |#42465  
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Hi everyone, i searched around but couldnt get strait answer. I restored someone elses twrp backup because firmware for vernee mix 2 is useless and hopefully fixed problems i had, but now i have that persons imei numbers. Before restore i backed up my phone, so now can anyone tell me what partition/partitions should i restore to get my imeis back?
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26th November 2018, 10:51 PM |#42466  
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Hi everyone, i searched around but couldnt get.........

Have you seen/asked this on the following thread guide?

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho....php?t=3116217


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26th November 2018, 10:52 PM |#42467  
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Hi everyone, i searched around but couldnt get strait answer. I restored someone elses twrp backup because firmware for vernee mix 2 is useless and hopefully fixed problems i had, but now i have that persons imei numbers. Before restore i backed up my phone, so now can anyone tell me what partition/partitions should i restore to get my imeis back?
Thank you!

I guess Vernee has mtk SoC, IMEI is placed in NVRAM partition but you have to restore it by the same method that you backuped before. TWRP will show you the list of partitions backuped, if the string was not changed in the tool maybe is listed as EFS.
27th November 2018, 07:51 PM |#42468  
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Have you seen/asked this on the following thread guide?

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho....php?t=3116217

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I guess Vernee has mtk SoC, IMEI is placed in NVRAM partition but you have to restore it by the same method that you backuped before. TWRP will show you the list of partitions backuped, if the string was not changed in the tool maybe is listed as EFS.

Hi, thank you for answering. I read that post but didnt post because it is different system with different partitions from samsung, vernee is mtk :/ I understood that samsung has EFS partition and MTK devices have nvram or something like that. I made nvram backup in twrp, that was my first try, after flash imeis remained the same so i downloaded Ghost Phone app from play store and wrote directly from app (no maui or fastboot thank god :P ). Partitions i have backed up are:

boot.emmc.win
frp.emmc.win
lk.emmc.win
lk2.emmc.win
logo.emmc.win
md1arm7.emmc.win
md1dsp.emmc.win
md1img.emmc.win
md3img.emmc.win
nvcfg.ext4.win
nvdata.ext4.win
nvram.emmc.win
para.emmc.win
proinfo.emmc.win
protect_f.ext4.win
recovery.emmc.win
sec1.emmc.win
tee1.emmc.win
tee2.emmc.win
system.emmc.win
data.emmc.win

i tried with nvdata and nvcfg besides nvram but current imei remained intact.. Thank you regardless
27th November 2018, 11:27 PM |#42469  
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What's the difference between the (discontinued) superSU 2.82 SR-5 and the latest Magisk (17.3 beta) rooting apps? I heard that Chainfire is no longer developing the former app, superSU, but read comments from time to time saying it works smoother than Magisk on X ROM. It looks like Magisk is being developed again, so now it is the main go-to for rooting your device (or using it's modules). When superSU was still being developed it was the default rooting method for devices like the Samsung S2 - S5 and so forth. Then, when does superSU become a better choice over Magisk and vice versa?
27th November 2018, 11:31 PM |#42470  
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What's the difference between the (discontinued) superSU 2.82 SR-5 and the latest Magisk (17.3 beta) rooting apps? I heard that Chainfire is no longer developing the former app, superSU, but read comments from time to time saying it works smoother than Magisk on X ROM. It looks like Magisk is being developed again, so now it is the main go-to for rooting your device (or using it's modules). When superSU was still being developed it was the default rooting method for devices like the Samsung S2 - S5 and so forth. Then, when does superSU become a better choice over Magisk and vice versa?

Majisk is systemless. It makes it a better option over SU which isn't.
27th November 2018, 11:33 PM |#42471  
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Majisk is systemless. It makes it a better option over SU which isn't.

You mean not flashed/mounted directly to the system and can be easily installed/uninstalled like a regular app?
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