[Official]TWRP Recovery for Moto G4 Plus

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rgnicholas

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Question about different restore elements.

Hello, I have been flashing a lot of different ROMs and restoring, backing up, etc. Usually I don't notice things like this but I was about to back up a RR-N Rom the other day and I noticed these different backup items listed. I do not recall seeing them before. So can someone educate me on these different elements or particians? Maybe this is something unique to specific ROMs? See attached screenshot.
 

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aashaydesh

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@Silesh.Nair is right. Even if you flash stock boot.img or recovery.img, you will get the error but just flash and reboot to recovery immediately(if you boot normally, stock rom will replace twrp with stock recovery). i do believe that Moto is just trying to scare us not to flash anything via fastboot :p :D

I have the same problem. I tried to flash twrp-3.1.1-0-cedric.img through fastboot.
Error occurred mentioning invalid or corrupt file and some problem with signature. I downloaded the file from official twrp website.
I tried your method of ignoring it and entering into recovery mode through bootloader. But it says "no command".
I used minimal Adb and fastboot.
Please help!
 
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zeomal

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I have the same problem. I tried to flash twrp-3.1.1-0-cedric.img through fastboot.
Error occurred mentioning invalid or corrupt file and some problem with signature. I downloaded the file from official twrp website.
I tried your method of ignoring it and entering into recovery mode through bootloader. But it says "no command".
I used minimal Adb and fastboot.
Please help!
Why are you trying to flash a Cedric TWRP image on an Athene device? :/
 

Ayan Uchiha Choudhury

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My device is cedric. Moto g5.

i believe you need to then download for cedric and not athene. here is the twrp file, please be sure to absolutely read through all posts about rooting your phone and go through a few youtube channels if it's out there. as you are a beginner here, please know what you are doing and read all posts before attempting to root.

TWRP download link - https://twrp.me/motorola/motorolamotog5.html

MOTO G5 - https://forum.xda-developers.com/g5
 

aashaydesh

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i believe you need to then download for cedric and not athene. here is the twrp file, please be sure to absolutely read through all posts about rooting your phone and go through a few youtube channels if it's out there. as you are a beginner here, please know what you are doing and read all posts before attempting to root.

TWRP download link - https://twrp.me/motorola/motorolamotog5.html

MOTO G5 - https://forum.xda-developers.com/g5

Its my first time on moto device. I follow all the instructions that needed to be followed. Also flashed the exact same file that you provided( cedric). But nothing's working. Is there any other solution?
 

The Analog Kid

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Really? Was there a restore issue in version 3.1.1-0? Good to know! Thanks for the fix. I wasn't really expecting for a new version. Anyway, I just updated to 3.2.1-0 and I still have this question that originally brought me back here: what could be the reason why TWRP is taking nearly 4 minutes to pass the splash screen? It started a few days back while still on 3.1.1-0 after three months of usual behavior and it's still there on fresh 3.2.1-0 as well. You know, it's a matter of about 3 to 5 seconds under normal circumstances. Seems like TWRP is struggling to load somehow, but why?

Sent from my Moto G4 Plus using XDA Labs
 

ablonn

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Is TWRP capable of mount encrypted volumes on moto g4 plus?
I have a xt1640, and no matter what encryption mothod I use(pin, pattern, or alfanumeric password), after going to recovery, TWRP wont prompt me for a password to decrypt the device storage, and it recognizes all storages location as empty, as if it didn't recognized the encrypted volume.

First I thought that It was a missing feature on TWRP, but then I opened the recovery on my cousin's phone(a Moto X2, Victara), on the same TWRP version and lineage version, and It prompted me for a decryption password. having given the right one, TWRP was able to mount and access all encrypted data.
ps: I'm on lineage 14.1, 1/1/17 build(though I tried this before in other nightlies), and TWRP 3.2.1.0.
 
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