- Nov 4, 2012
Heads up: if anyone has an error making a backup, just delete the folder /data/per_boot, then make a backup
Thanks for acknowledging the source ?Heads up: if anyone has an error making a backup, just delete the folder /data/per_boot, then make a backup
... I'm not asking for that.Read three posts before yours.
Most current TWRP is on official TWRP website, but still lacks support for decrypting and touch if you're using any current update. It's still neglected.im pretty sure there is an updated twrp, someone have it? thanks
Most current TWRP is on official TWRP website, but still lacks support for decrypting and touch if you're using any current update. It's still neglected.
Any word on getting TWRP updated or working with the Febuary 2020 stock Rom release? We're so close! Once it's working, we'll be done with pesky updates for this phone forever and then they never have to worry about it again.
Think most people think this is unlikely to be updated.
Or simply flash a custom ROM instead of the February stock
How about EOL = no more security updates?I've had my fill of custom Roms for one lifetime. Apart from lack of proper display calibration, there aren't any glaring omissions in the stock Rom that I can think of. How about you?
I know it's not the same, but we still get security updates via Play Store. Go to Android Settings, then Security and you'll see it. Tap it to update.How about EOL = no more security updates?
That's just for Google services. The underlying system will be left as is. Anyway, custom ROMs aren't all bad ?I know it's not the same, but we still get security updates via Play Store. Go to Android Settings, then Security and you'll see it. Tap it to update.
How about EOL = no more security updates?
Can someone who has actually tried to run TWRP on Feb. update produce and share a TWRP log in the issue I filed?
I haven't actually flashed any custom ROMs and have no need for TWRP, but I'm planning to flash either LOS 17.1 when it's released or Paranoid Android shortly in hopes it addresses some bugs Google/Essential has ignored. It would be nice to have a current version of TWRP, as many here have expressed.
Ya know... I know there are work arounds. There shouldn't have to be. The maintainer of TWRP for this phone could at the very least build one final version that fully supports the final release from Essential. Yes, I know it's all volunteer supported and there's no obligation... But our maintainer hasn't done anything with TWRP and this phone in 2 years. My Nexus 9 tablet that's 5 years old has a TWRP update last year to stay current with TWRP in general, not to address any device specific issues.Essential NOVENDOR Feburary 2020 update
Just skip flashing the bootloader "fastboot flash abl_x abl.img" and TWRP / LOS17.1 are happy.
Forgive me if I'm missing something here, but does this mean it will always be on a slot?
if i can figure out how to flashit without screwig up my device ill give it a whirl lol