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dangr98

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Apr 28, 2018
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hello friends
can you give me recommendations for a custom recovery
I have seen in this forum that TWRP is not yet available for the motorola Moto G30.
 

Chron0s

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Mar 18, 2014
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It's essentially a modified cebu (G9 Power) for which a TWRP exists. It's Android 11 being the release OS that's blocking recovery development.
 
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Chron0s

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I had the same issue attempting a GSI overlay; without the framework "glue" the kernel sources are pretty useless. I'm sure we'll get to grips with Android 11 devices eventually, hopefully in time for Lenotorola abandoning us on the obsolete pile.

On that note, it may be worth delaying the "ooh shiny" moment when 12 is released for this device. You can always apply an existing upgrade if needed but manufacturers have a habit of making backtracking, particularly RIL and bootloader, incredibly and unnecessarily difficult.
 
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Kuntitled

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
Do you know why it doesn't let me modify the "Build.prop" file in some way?
If you're rooted, if you need a file browser that allows you to mount "read/write" on that directory. I heavily reccommend against doing that if you don't know what you're doing.

And since you didn't already know that you had to mount Read/Write, i assume you don't know what you're doing. Don't mess with it.
 

Sammm77

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If you're rooted, if you need a file browser that allows you to mount "read/write" on that directory. I heavily reccommend against doing that if you don't know what you're doing.

And since you didn't already know that you had to mount Read/Write, i assume you don't know what you're doing. Don't mess with it.
Ah thank you, I was trying to modify "buiild.prop" from the App called "Build.prop Editor".
 

Sammm77

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If you're rooted, if you need a file browser that allows you to mount "read/write" on that directory. I heavily reccommend against doing that if you don't know what you're doing.

And since you didn't already know that you had to mount Read/Write, i assume you don't know what you're doing. Don't mess with it.
Anyway thanks, I already let me modify "Build.prop"
 

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    ok weirdly the files that need to be extracted arent being extracted but i have found the kernel source code for caprip https://github.com/MotorolaMobilityLLC/kernel-msm/releases/tag/MMI-RRCS31.Q1-3-34-1-4
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    I had the same issue attempting a GSI overlay; without the framework "glue" the kernel sources are pretty useless. I'm sure we'll get to grips with Android 11 devices eventually, hopefully in time for Lenotorola abandoning us on the obsolete pile.

    On that note, it may be worth delaying the "ooh shiny" moment when 12 is released for this device. You can always apply an existing upgrade if needed but manufacturers have a habit of making backtracking, particularly RIL and bootloader, incredibly and unnecessarily difficult.
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    ok weirdly the files that need to be extracted arent being extracted but i have found the kernel source code for caprip https://github.com/MotorolaMobilityLLC/kernel-msm/releases/tag/MMI-RRCS31.Q1-3-34-1-4
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    I had the same issue attempting a GSI overlay; without the framework "glue" the kernel sources are pretty useless. I'm sure we'll get to grips with Android 11 devices eventually, hopefully in time for Lenotorola abandoning us on the obsolete pile.

    On that note, it may be worth delaying the "ooh shiny" moment when 12 is released for this device. You can always apply an existing upgrade if needed but manufacturers have a habit of making backtracking, particularly RIL and bootloader, incredibly and unnecessarily difficult.