Hi, what if I wanna flash the H91020H stock ? Can you please provide that ?ok .. I'll post it again
The Rom is stock untouched files from the 20H OTA
all that's added is a rooted boot.img and the Eng Aboot
if that breaks the Data blame LG ...All my phone's work fine on AT&T / Mint Sim and T-mobile after setting the correct APN
We have 4 H910 rooted on Oreo 20H no problems
The rooted rom H910_20h_Oreo_full_rooted.zip includes all the files of the stock rom
sorry but theirs no way to take an OTA update without loosing twrp and the patched aboot@clsA
Hello my friend I have a question, I have h910-10r.zip file which I can installs in TWRP... I have lineageOS now 18.1, but I want latest possible firmware update for LG V20 H910
Can i install 10r.zip in TWRP, then OTA update to latest update in stock LG then install lineageos in TWRP again over it? or it remove my TWRP recovery or break dirtysanta when i ota update? (I no need root i need just latest firmware + LineageOS )
i not care about fingerprint sensor , me not use it
No I have no idea what the last security patch does and no I have no intention of making another rom for this devicehmmm :/ I not care about root... if I OTA to 20i is possible to dirtysanta or it not work anymore?
Do you know what is latest security patch LG v20 h910? is possible for you to make flashabl latest h910 stock firmware .zip no root with recently most the security patch? :/
I'm having the same issue... Won't even boot into TWRP. Can I flash the Full nandroid backup I have from an external SD card with no computer?
Did you ever solve this? Can I flash my TWRP backup from an SD card without a computer? H910 with same issue
If you can still boot to TWRP you can flash the rom again or flash the backup
I never used Lineage on this device so I don't know if it works on oreo firmware or not ...sorryok thx
i want flash "H910_20g_Oreo_full_stock_Tested" from your androidfilehost... I flash in 20g.zip twrp and then I flash TWRP.img after 20g.zip before reboot device right? I need make to backup for modem or something like it? after this I format but keep vendor and install lineageOS above it is work okay? this way it give oreo firmware?
thx so mach my friend)
Thank you very much for helping me out! So just follow the rooting method like normal and all should be fine? Can I just restore my TWRP nandroid backup one I get it to boot too recovery, or better to just start fresh like I haven't rooted it at all yet?If you can still boot to TWRP you can flash the rom again or flash the backup
If you have lost TWRP you have to start at the beginning and re install the eng Aboot with dirty santa
the mistake here is flashing magisk on the rooted rom
all you need is magisk manager the boot.img is already patched
Update... I started entire dirtysanta method over. After the kdz flash my phone was stuck in a bootloop on the LG logo, but no more kernel crash. The only way I got it to boot to the system was to pull the battery for a few minutes and plug the phone in after reinserting the battery and it finally worked. Now rooted and running Lineage OS 18.1 Unofficial. I did a clean flash right from the nougat ROM to it, and so far everything works fine. Camera is a little slow, but I don't use it much. Thank you @clsA for helping me out and everyone else who posted problems for me to read through. I hope this helps someone else out!
If you boot up into the system and there is static on your screen, then you have to flash the kernel
i dirty flashed over the 20g rooted setup. It booted up fine and works like normal.
Now have to debloat att apps and restore twrp. This time i used twrp app to restore twrp right in system and it worked properly. Saves the hassle to go into fastboot to push twrp.
All in all those are minor inconveniences, The zip is fine.
Thanks allot man.
Can you just flash the Oreo rom from recovery and then flash TWRP recovery back from the same recovery session in TWRP without rebooting or do you neeed to boot up once into the Oreo version of the Rom with the stock recovery before putting TWRP back?
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Did you check the MD5 hash on the download before installing it? You apparently also need to use the Oreo-compliant newer version of TWRP to flash it. There is a link for that in the main post.