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Announcement from [NUT]: The installer contains a ROOT EXPLOIT, this will trip A/V tools (e.g. ESET NOD32), disable it to download!!
9th December 2018, 05:42 PM |#7121  
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i still haven't got a response to my question about the xzdualrecovery 2.8.27 folder being empty!!

Is there a xzdualrecovery 2.8.27 version out there anywhere?

no.

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if not, what is the best recovery to install on a stock phone please?

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2.8.26 or separate TWRP. Depends on a device.
6th July 2019, 04:45 PM |#7122  
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Hi,
How can uninstall dualrecovery, because I cant install any newer version TWRP. help p.ease.
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---------- Post added at 03:45 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:45 PM ----------

Hi,
How can uninstall dualrecovery, because I cant install any newer version TWRP. help p.ease.
Thanks.
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7th July 2019, 06:27 PM |#7123  
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How can uninstall dualrecovery, because I cant install any newer version TWRP. help p.ease.
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You can try XZDR-removaltool.zip located here.
9th July 2019, 08:00 AM |#7124  
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You can try XZDR-removaltool.zip located here.

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11th September 2019, 09:23 AM |#7125  
Rooting D6616 failed
Hi,

I failed to root my D6116. I tried with supersu in vain. And I tried firmware D6616_23.1.C.0.385_R15C_US T-Mobile_1286-4514.ftf also, in vain.
Code:
Adjusting for SuperSU!
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *

=============================================
Step1 : Waiting for Device.
=============================================

Succes

=============================================
Device and firmware information:
=============================================
Device model is D6616
Firmware is 23.1.C.0.399
Android version is 5.0.2

=============================================
Step2 : Sending the recovery files.
=============================================

1 KB/s (31 bytes in 0.029s)
1925 KB/s (18170 bytes in 0.009s)
277 KB/s (501 bytes in 0.001s)
3755 KB/s (12812 bytes in 0.003s)
6105 KB/s (65965 bytes in 0.010s)
2004 KB/s (3159 bytes in 0.001s)
5412 KB/s (29204 bytes in 0.005s)
434 KB/s (699 bytes in 0.001s)
4687 KB/s (34473 bytes in 0.007s)
716 KB/s (1202 bytes in 0.001s)
6823 KB/s (96956 bytes in 0.013s)
7612 KB/s (870760 bytes in 0.111s)
7733 KB/s (3415700 bytes in 0.431s)
7542 KB/s (2420099 bytes in 0.313s)
3642 KB/s (14346 bytes in 0.003s)

=============================================
Step3 : Setup of dual recovery.
=============================================

Look at your device and grant supersu access!
/system/bin/sh: su: not found
Press enter to continue AFTER granting root access.

/system/bin/sh: /system/xbin/su: not found

=============================================
             Installation FAILED!

Please copy and paste the contents of
this window/screen to the DevDB thread.
=============================================
As you see, I'm running XZdualrecovery on Linux. What's wrong??


EDIT: Finally rooted with KingRoot (windows version.) Now I'm replace this with supersu.
12th September 2019, 08:58 AM |#7126  
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Hi,

I failed to root my D6116. I tried with supersu in vain. And I tried firmware D6616_23.1.C.0.385_R15C_US T-Mobile_1286-4514.ftf also, in vain.

EDIT: Finally rooted with KingRoot (windows version.) Now I'm replace this with supersu.

My bad!!

It has turned out that I forgot to turn "Allow mock locations" on before I ran XZdualrecovery. Now twrp is in my D6616. Indeed it works with D6616 as advertised!! Sorry for misinformation!!!

Cheers and thanks NUT!! You are a jewel!!
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30th November 2019, 01:41 PM |#7127  
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Already use "search" but no one say about X Compact (Kugo) at 2019
Someone know how to root with Locked Bootloader for X Compact?
30th November 2019, 02:34 PM |#7128  
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Already use "search" but no one say about X Compact (Kugo) at 2019
Someone know how to root with Locked Bootloader for X Compact?

AFAIK, since the Xperia Z3+ was released, with the implementation of dm-verity, it's not possible to have root privileges if one keeps its bootloader locked. The old Z3 and Z3 Compact models were the last ones to allow it. Nevertheless, the modifications were, then, done on the system partition.

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1st December 2019, 07:47 AM |#7129  
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AFAIK, since the Xperia Z3+ was released, with the implementation of dm-verity, it's not possible to have root privileges if one keeps its bootloader locked. The old Z3 and Z3 Compact models were the last ones to allow it. Nevertheless, the modifications were, then, done on the system partition.

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If i unlock bootloader, it has any side effect?
I remember it when still use Z3 a few year ago, if phone UB it affect to camera perfomance.
1st December 2019, 08:29 AM |#7130  
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If i unlock bootloader, it has any side effect?
I remember it when still use Z3 a few year ago, if phone UB it affect to camera perfomance.

If your device happens to have a marshmallow ROM, you'd have the chance to make a backup of its TA partition (which contains the DRM keys), because the process of unlocking its bootloader wipes that partition for good. With that backup, it would be possible to prepare the stock kernel including your phone's DRM keys, and by ooting it through Magisk, it' would be highly probable to trick its system as if the bootloader was locked.

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