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gaguga

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Hi.
Thanks for new rom.
I have a question.
How install this rom?
First TWRP for Oreo,then rom?
What about data from old version?
Now i have Your modification B181.
Regards.
you should be on Oreo
boot into twrp and flash archive
after that return the recovery and make wipers in it
boot into the system
 
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4r44444

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you should be on Oreo
boot into twrp and flash archive
after that return the recovery and make wipers in it
boot into the system
Wipe Cache/Dalvik do you mean?

---------- Post added at 14:48 ---------- Previous post was at 14:45 ----------

I flashed it, viped Cache + Dalvik - Restart - Android logo appears - >Smartphone restarting and I land in EMUI recovery :/
 

gaguga

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Wipe Cache/Dalvik do you mean?

---------- Post added at 14:48 ---------- Previous post was at 14:45 ----------

I flashed it, viped Cache + Dalvik - Restart - Android logo appears - >Smartphone restarting and I land in EMUI recovery :/
wipe into the stock of the recovery
 

air32

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Hello everyone, im new into the honor 9 section since i got this smartphone for 2 weeks now. Ive read something about that when im installing twrp, or unlock the bootloader eg. installing a custom rom, some functions will not work. Is that correct or can i flash this rom without any restriction? Im truly missing root and a cleaned up custom rom :D.

greets air32
 

_lucx_

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Hello everyone, im new into the honor 9 section since i got this smartphone for 2 weeks now. Ive read something about that when im installing twrp, or unlock the bootloader eg. installing a custom rom, some functions will not work. Is that correct or can i flash this rom without any restriction? Im truly missing root and a cleaned up custom rom :D.

greets air32
I experienced the issue of not working capacitive buttons myself right after I unlocked the bootloader and setup my phone again. After flashing RROS the buttons are working again so maybe it's just a strange behavior of EMUI.
 

air32

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Ah ok, so the capacitive buttons are started to work again when you switched to rros, so not with this rom? On the rros thread in turn is written that home button is not recognized?
 

_lucx_

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Ah ok, so the capacitive buttons are started to work again when you switched to rros, so not with this rom? On the rros thread in turn is written that home button is not recognized?
Yes they did for me and I don't know about this Rom, I only had that issue on stock EMUI Rom. Maybe they do work here too, because it's a Custom Rom - I don't understand this strange behavior of it myself. Maybe another person who has tested this Rom can answer that question.
The not working home button is a known issue of the RR-OS, it doesn't have anything to do with the capacitive button issue.
 
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air32

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Hmm really wierd, but thats exactly why i didnt flash a custom rom for now. I want to have a rom where the main features a working as they should, some smaller bugs are not the problem. My last device was a xperia z3c the roms there were really good, to bad honor does not provide the hole code for the modders. If the Home button (just the hardware one?) does not work you cant use fingerprint unlock also?
 

_lucx_

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Hmm really wierd, but thats exactly why i didnt flash a custom rom for now. I want to have a rom where the main features a working as they should, some smaller bugs are not the problem. My last device was a xperia z3c the roms there were really good, to bad honor does not provide the hole code for the modders. If the Home button (just the hardware one?) does not work you cant use fingerprint unlock also?
RROS is the only bigger Custom Rom where the FPS is working (on LineageOS and AOSPA it doesn't). The not working home button isn't that big of an issue for me because there are a lot of other ways to get to the homescreen when you've got root - or even set a fingerprint gesture so it will more or less behave as it should.
But we are kind of off topic here. If you want to, we can continue about that on the RROS thread.
 
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FlyingMachete

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Nice effort with the firmware, you should grab a friend with English skills though! So you're able to help people needing proper advice on how to flash it, and also your "cancel" buttons will actually read "cancel" and not "CANCLE"... :laugh: that said I'm interested hence will wait for next version... Maybe.
Cheers.
 
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fl0wfr

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I experienced the issue of not working capacitive buttons myself right after I unlocked the bootloader and setup my phone again. After flashing RROS the buttons are working again so maybe it's just a strange behavior of EMUI.

I confirm this issue. And I think the capacitive buttons doesn't work only after the first reboot next the unlocking. After a second reboot I think the buttons worked again, but I'm not 100% sure.
 

kac222

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I have problem with my phone after installation this rom.
My phone is bricked and i can't instal nothing.
I have only Recovery.
What now.
How can i repair my phone?

I tried install:
system,recovery,kernel,ramdisk and nothing.....
 

gaguga

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gaguga

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Can you upload here the HWOTA8.rar for Honor 9?
I can't download from PDA :(.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LrdGZH3_VxbbwedTJnU-mVVZ0S6PBmtl/view
Update 8 to 8
1. Download the phone to the fastboot mode using the volume buttons "minus" and the cable usb
2. Run the bat file Replace_Recovery. in the HWOTA8 folder to flash the twrp of the recovery.
3. Disconnect the USB cable, use the volume plus buttons and power to boot into the TWRP.
4. Create the "HWOTA8" folder on the sdcard.
5. Put the archive hwota8_update.zip, STF_RECOVERY8_NoCheck.IMG and the three update archives (update.zip, update_data_public.zip and update_all_hw.zip) in the "HWOTA8" folder.
6. Install the hwota8_update.zip archive on the TWRP. The phone will reboot and install the update automatically.

Rollback from 8 android to 7
1. Place the updated firmware files 7 of the androids update.zip, update_data_public.zip and update_all_hw.zip in the HWOTA8 / repack folder.
2. Run the bat file "repack" to repackage the zip files. We will prepare our firmware
3. Create the folder "HWOTA8" on the SD card. (Without quotes)
4. Place the archive hwota8_update.zip, STF_RECOVERY8_NoCheck.IMG (from the HWOTA8 folder) and the three update archives (update.zip, update_data_public.zip and update_all_hw.zip (from the repack folder after repackaging)) to the "HWOTA8" folder on the map.
5. Boot into the TWRP
6. Install the hwota8_update.zip file which lies in the HWOTA8 folder on the CD-ROM to the TV. The phone will reboot into the recovery pool and install the update automatically.
7. After the rollback, boot into the drain of the recovery and make a reset
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DgEy1StnM0&feature=youtu.be
 
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cioce

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@gaguga do you think the Advanced settings app will work also on common rooted rom?
Without root is it possibile to modify something?

Sorry for the little off topic.
 

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    Can you upload here the HWOTA8.rar for Honor 9?
    I can't download from PDA :(.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LrdGZH3_VxbbwedTJnU-mVVZ0S6PBmtl/view
    Update 8 to 8
    1. Download the phone to the fastboot mode using the volume buttons "minus" and the cable usb
    2. Run the bat file Replace_Recovery. in the HWOTA8 folder to flash the twrp of the recovery.
    3. Disconnect the USB cable, use the volume plus buttons and power to boot into the TWRP.
    4. Create the "HWOTA8" folder on the sdcard.
    5. Put the archive hwota8_update.zip, STF_RECOVERY8_NoCheck.IMG and the three update archives (update.zip, update_data_public.zip and update_all_hw.zip) in the "HWOTA8" folder.
    6. Install the hwota8_update.zip archive on the TWRP. The phone will reboot and install the update automatically.

    Rollback from 8 android to 7
    1. Place the updated firmware files 7 of the androids update.zip, update_data_public.zip and update_all_hw.zip in the HWOTA8 / repack folder.
    2. Run the bat file "repack" to repackage the zip files. We will prepare our firmware
    3. Create the folder "HWOTA8" on the SD card. (Without quotes)
    4. Place the archive hwota8_update.zip, STF_RECOVERY8_NoCheck.IMG (from the HWOTA8 folder) and the three update archives (update.zip, update_data_public.zip and update_all_hw.zip (from the repack folder after repackaging)) to the "HWOTA8" folder on the map.
    5. Boot into the TWRP
    6. Install the hwota8_update.zip file which lies in the HWOTA8 folder on the CD-ROM to the TV. The phone will reboot into the recovery pool and install the update automatically.
    7. After the rollback, boot into the drain of the recovery and make a reset
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DgEy1StnM0&feature=youtu.be
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    I have finish the translate. THANK YOU GAGUGA!!!!!!!! VERY GREAT HELP FOR US!
    only replace the original russian batch
    the translation not have a 100% accuracy, and i cannot test all... ( i dont know russians and english.... but it is easy)
    so who use it, have to be carefull.
    if you found same errors or best translate, tell me.
    it is the final tool for Honor 9 :) you can do all whit it :) whit oreo and nougat
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    Hi.
    Thanks for new rom.
    I have a question.
    How install this rom?
    First TWRP for Oreo,then rom?
    What about data from old version?
    Now i have Your modification B181.
    Regards.
    you should be on Oreo
    boot into twrp and flash archive
    after that return the recovery and make wipers in it
    boot into the system
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    Hmm really wierd, but thats exactly why i didnt flash a custom rom for now. I want to have a rom where the main features a working as they should, some smaller bugs are not the problem. My last device was a xperia z3c the roms there were really good, to bad honor does not provide the hole code for the modders. If the Home button (just the hardware one?) does not work you cant use fingerprint unlock also?
    RROS is the only bigger Custom Rom where the FPS is working (on LineageOS and AOSPA it doesn't). The not working home button isn't that big of an issue for me because there are a lot of other ways to get to the homescreen when you've got root - or even set a fingerprint gesture so it will more or less behave as it should.
    But we are kind of off topic here. If you want to, we can continue about that on the RROS thread.