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It will work sir. Its also called kyoto
Isn't kyoto is the codename for Motorola Edge 20 Lite, which is different than the Fusion model?
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UPDATED: doesn't look like they are the same. This guy almost bricked his Fusion by using code written for the Lite version.
 
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Thanks for your help, but it doesn't work. I don’t understand what the mistake is ... The bootloader unlocked, installed the root, installed the recovery (the data was decrypted), the last point remains ... I am attaching a photo, can my mistake be seen here?
 

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I read and write through a translator, I apologize for the inaccuracies ...
 
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Thanks for your help, but it doesn't work. I don’t understand what the mistake is ... The bootloader unlocked, installed the root, installed the recovery (the data was decrypted), the last point remains ... I am attaching a photo, can my mistake be seen here?
Dude that is strange.. Let me just run through the steps again my side
You do have the latest adb and fastboot installed?
 
Isn't kyoto is the codename for Motorola Edge 20 Lite, which is different than the Fusion model?
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UPDATED: doesn't look like they are the same. This guy almost bricked his Fusion by using code written for the Lite version.
Hmmm only the processor is different
I fail to see how unless you try booting to android on the boot image itself

You simply need to install the recovery ramdisk using the release zip
 

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Drivers from this site Version 1.4.3. And yes, the phone works fine without patched VBmeta. Only the system remains encrypted when the phone boots up. Read-only, no changes can be made by explorer.
 
I patched the boot.img - I patched it.
I flashed TWRP.img and installed TWRP from a zip file.
Rebooted from recovery to fastboot.
Command C:\adb>fastboot flash vbmeta_a --disable-verification --disable-verity vbmeta.img
fastboot: unknown option -- disable-verification.
astboot flash vbmeta_a ----do you need an A?
vbmeta stock, from the stock firmware.
Maybe you need a patched vbmeta?????
Where to get or how to patch yourself?

The a is not needed as it depends on what slot you are in

Try just fastboot flash vbmeta vbmeta.img

If that works then add the disable flags and do it again
 
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We did it!!!! Thank you very much for the help!!! The drivers were to blame...
 

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    Project abandoned. Full development ongoing for Orangefox where I have obtained full userdata decryption​
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    installing this will wipe my device, right?

    i'm currently using the stock a11 rom rooted with magisk and it's going great, but - if in the future my phone can't boot for whatever reason, can PBRP then be installed to restore?

    or is it too late then, does it need to be installed before a major problem like that happens?
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    Once I have decryption working, it will become alot more beneficial.
    Those benefits are only available without encrypted userdata currently.
    (this would indeed involve formatting data and flashing no verity zip to prevent encryption)

    The recovery is simply the ramdisk of the boot.img so can still be installed without causing any issue with your current setup, at present its good for getting a backup of your device

    However I'd suggest holding out for decryption
    and installing Magisk Bootloop Protector module from Fox's Magisk Module Manager
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    thanks! just installed it. it looked like the same version was listed twice from two different repos, so i went with the one with the higher download count. do i need to adjust any settings, or is it just install and that's it?

    Yea that's the one. No settings.. It cleverly detects when you have problems booting and disables all modules.

    It has saved me a few times..
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    warning: remember to patch your vbmeta (obtained from your firmware zip)

    Code:
    fastboot flash vbmeta --disable-verification --disable-verity vbmeta.img