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[RECOVERY][dory] TWRP 3.0.0-0 With Squashfs Support

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I DIDN'T DO THIS
Thanks to @TheDevFreak for the download link
I put it here so we can find it faster.


Here's the TWRP 3.0 version that supports SquashFS filesystem to avoid the error
Code:
NO OS INSTALLED
bootlooping when flashing Wear 2.0 ROM

Download:
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http://www.mediafire.com/file/apwtsc...2Bsquashfs.img
https://mega.nz/#!AB9BnBjC!GRVW_eLtP...kXRemdUfukZmpE


flash it on fastboot
Code:
Fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.0.0-0-dory+squashfs.img
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10th July 2017, 02:03 AM |#2  
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I dont get do you mean that it will work with AW 2.0 or is it a bug ?
29th August 2017, 07:37 AM |#3  
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I have permanent bootloop. I've already flashed my LG G Watch few times and still no luck. Do you have any advice how to boot?

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If you have permanent bootloop after factory reset of AW2, you have to reflash your watch with Mysterious Magic than update to 6.0.1 with OTA and then reflash to AW2.
16th June 2018, 02:34 PM |#4  
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I'm confused, TWRP is still reporting that there is no OS with my watch flashed to AW 2.0
18th June 2018, 08:39 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by ShapeShifter499

I'm confused, TWRP is still reporting that there is no OS with my watch flashed to AW 2.0

Ignore this, that's a known bug...
It will work nonetheless

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18th June 2018, 11:14 AM |#6  
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Originally Posted by Sam Nakamura

Ignore this, that's a known bug...
It will work nonetheless

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Is it safe to try to root AW 2.0 with this version of TWRP? I only want to root in order to increase the vibration time for notifications.
18th June 2018, 12:13 PM |#7  
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Is it safe to try to root AW 2.0 with this version of TWRP? I only want to root in order to increase the vibration time for notifications.

Yeah, it flashes latest magisk (even beta) just fine...
You can adb install kernel adiutor to regulate vibration

You theoretically could also use SuperSU in systemless mode, imported is that changes to system won't work as the system file system (squashfs) is read only, it cannot be modified but this does not matter with systemless solutions like magisk as it only patches the kernel (hence systemless)


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sam Nakamura

Yeah, it flashes latest magisk (even beta) just fine...
You can adb install kernel adiutor to regulate vibration

You theoretically could also use SuperSU in systemless mode, imported is that changes to system won't work as the system file system (squashfs) is read only, it cannot be modified but this does not matter with systemless solutions like magisk as it only patches the kernel (hence systemless)


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I'll try running magisk. I didn't even think magisk would work on AW. Also thanks for pointing out kernel adiutor.
18th June 2018, 04:38 PM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sam Nakamura

Yeah, it flashes latest magisk (even beta) just fine...
You can adb install kernel adiutor to regulate vibration

You theoretically could also use SuperSU in systemless mode, imported is that changes to system won't work as the system file system (squashfs) is read only, it cannot be modified but this does not matter with systemless solutions like magisk as it only patches the kernel (hence systemless)


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which version of adiutor are you using, it displays much to big to navigate anything
18th June 2018, 06:12 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by ShapeShifter499

which version of adiutor are you using, it displays much to big to navigate anything

You'll need to set a custom screen density
Code:
adb shell vm density 180
Default density is 240p, you can play a little what suits you best but I'm comfortable with 180 and all apps so far ran flawlessly, this command will keep the custom screen resolution across reboots, keep this in mind but as long as you can boot to bootloader you can change this to default or your liking, of course you'll need to reboot to take effect (in case you just use adb while watch is booted)

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5th October 2018, 06:20 PM |#11  
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