In the repository by donnasbrt1 not have 04.05 but you can have BLU_G0250WW_V9.0.04.03_GENERIC.zip.
Thanks so much for your response.In the repository by donnasbrt1 not have 04.05 but you can have BLU_G0250WW_V9.0.04.03_GENERIC.zip.
Maybe need 04.05 but maybe not need that because not modified in the kernel. So we can test TWRP since the device have Mediatek Helio P23 - MT6763T I can create a file for your test tath. So upload Stock recovery.img from stock firmware.
But don't expect the GSI (Custom ROM) make miracles with a device - 2GB RAM.
I not know.Thanks so much for your response.
Please I want to ask if the stock recovery.img and the boot.img will be the same for BLU_G0250WW_V9.0.04.05_GENERIC and BLU_G0250WW_V9.0.04.03_GENERIC.
Can I use the stock recovery.img of the v9.0.04.03 firmware to build TWRP for v9.0.04.05 firmware.
Also can I use the boot.img of
v9.0.04.03 firmware to build patched boot.img to root v9.0.04.05 firmware using magisk
Hello, Donna! First off, thanks for this link, as it helped me ascertain that I need recovery.img and not boot.img for Magisk to work on the Blu G8/V9. After running the zip through the Linux version of SuperR's Kitchen tool, it seems that it doesn't pull the recovery.img out. Note that I'm using the normal version of SuperR and not the $20 version because I'm a full-time student and just don't have $20 to spare right now—and it'd be a big risk to buy that version only to find out that I still can't extract a recovery.img.
Thank you for getting back to me! Yeah, I've actually got two—the one I unlocked the bootloader on/do all of my experimenting—both are G8 G170:
I super appreciate the guidance, Donna!! I'll keep you updated on my results after class tomorrow. I'm having so much fun trying to figure this all out.Use this tool to unpack the .pac
You will need fastboot or spreadtrum drivers for your device to use tool to flash
Previously, I published an article on how to flash stock firmware on any spreadtrum device, but some people find it difficult flashing the .PAC firmwarewww.leakite.com