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[OFOX][JOAN][V30/V30+/V30S][UNOFFICIAL] OrangeFOX Recovery R10.1 RC3, mainly for Pie

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seadersn

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Unofficial OrangeFox Recovery Project R10.1 for JOAN / LG V30


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Known bugs :
  • You tell me?
  • Flashlight doesn't work (disabled anyway)
  • Protect recovery itself with a password works only when not encrypted (maybe in a future version with encryption enabled too)

Working: :
  • Everything else:
  • backing up and restoring
  • decryption and therefore usage of internal storage in recovery
  • flashing zips
  • removing crypto
  • ... :)

FoxRecovery features :
  • Very fresh UI
  • Based on latest TWRP, with a lots of additions
  • Lot of useful file manager features (uncompress, compress, display text files, ...)
  • Built-in support for installing/removing Magisk and managing installed modules
  • Built-in support for installing init.d functionality
  • Built-in all the zip files needed for our V30, they are copied to /sdcard/Fox/FoxFiles
  • Customizations : lockscreen, password, status bar, ...
  • Theme engine
  • Updated with latest TWRP commits
  • Support for Custom ROMs
  • Better language support
  • Optimized versions of community scripts
  • Fox theme engine:
    - choice of theme (black, dark, etc)
    - choice of color scheme
    - choice of splash screen
  • Alternative lockscreen
  • And many more!

Additional :
  • Used busybox instead of toolbox for increased zip compatibility
  • Used magiskboot 20.3 instead mkbootimg for all kernel operations: better, but a bit slower, according to OFox Team
  • Screenshots : Look here
  • F2FS support
  • Added "reboot to EDL" button (not working, removed in next version)
  • Updated Magisk and magiskboot binaries to latest 20.3
  • Included RCTD remover zip

INSTALLATION:
  • Backup your ROM, your data, your internal storage, and your settings/apps, to an external device: just to be on the sure side, as always
  • Download the OrangeFox zip file to your device
  • Reboot to your TWRP Recovery
  • Install the OrangeFox zip file as a normal zip
  • The device will automatically reboot into OrangeFox recovery after installation (allow this to happen)
  • After rebooting have a look at your sdcard in FoxFiles folder: you will find all the necessary files to flash for getting your V30 running flawlessly after kdz-ing there (RCTD remover, Magisk, unroot Magisk, disable dm-verity and force_encrypt, lockscreen settings remover (when userdata with lockscreen settings is restored) and init.d support; most of them not needed (beside magisk maybe) if a TWRP flashable firmware zip was used)
  • Also have a look at Menu -> Fox Addons, App Manager and Magisk Manager :)
  • Enjoy!


Credits :

Informations and Downloads:
Status : RC3
Created : 2020-02-23
Downloadlink: 2nd post :good:
 
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seadersn

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LG V30
RC3 Build from 2020-02-23: (latest)
2nd build, changelog over RC2:
- corrected blocksize for formatting crypto related partitions
- included timezone data, maybe helps some ppl with time still not showing correct; should speed up time calc
- used pre-compiled full mke2fs and e2fsdroid binaries
- enabled ntfs experimental support (rw in kernel, NTFS_3G flag in twrp / ofox)
- minimal tweaks
- ofox zip will not patch for dmverity/forceencrypt anymore automatically when flashing it
- nano editor should be included (command line editor)
- log history on sdcard disabled: no more millions of logfiles, only the last one
- recovery security lockscreen is working now, but only when userdata is not encrypted. if it is, the recovery login screen will just disapper after waiting a short period of time
- changed an error message for less confusion (crypto related)
Download:
OrangeFOX Recovery R10.1, link to MEGA, RC3


RC2 Build from 2020-01-18:
- initial public release, see first post
Download:
OrangeFOX Recovery R10.1, link to GDrive, RC2
 
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tech_infinity

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Worked fine when I restored my Q ROM backup. Didn't try flashing a new ROM though.

---------- Post added at 12:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:42 PM ----------

Got some screenshots? Sounds interesting. Maybe a feature comparison with vanilla TWRP?

Here's the link of screenshots from the 1st post: https://files.orangefox.tech/Screenshots/R10/
A lot of features are mentioned in the 1st post too
 

seadersn

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hooray!

---------- Post added at 07:10 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:08 PM ----------


We changed nothing in R10.1 with splash customization. Looks like mkbootimg in your build is broken.
holla! :D

i was using OF_USE_MAGISKBOOT_FOR_ALL_PATCHES & OF_USE_NEW_MAGISKBOOT in rc2, but updated all magiskboot binaries to 20.3 0_o is it confirmed splash changing working with org bins? i may just try it tomorrow, earliest possible day to sit a bit on my pc again :good:

thx for feedback ;)
 
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BROKEN1981

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holla! :D

i was using OF_USE_MAGISKBOOT_FOR_ALL_PATCHES & OF_USE_NEW_MAGISKBOOT in rc2, but updated all magiskboot binaries to 20.3 0_o is it confirmed splash changing working with org bins? i may just try it tomorrow, earliest posible day to sit a bit on my pc again :good:

thx for feedback ;)
Will this work for the H932?

Sent from my LG-H932 using XDA Labs
 

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    Unofficial OrangeFox Recovery Project R10.1 for JOAN / LG V30


    de22d080-5878-48c9-ae3f-88b0a4bc726a.png


    Known bugs :
    • You tell me?
    • Flashlight doesn't work (disabled anyway)
    • Protect recovery itself with a password works only when not encrypted (maybe in a future version with encryption enabled too)

    Working: :
    • Everything else:
    • backing up and restoring
    • decryption and therefore usage of internal storage in recovery
    • flashing zips
    • removing crypto
    • ... :)

    FoxRecovery features :
    • Very fresh UI
    • Based on latest TWRP, with a lots of additions
    • Lot of useful file manager features (uncompress, compress, display text files, ...)
    • Built-in support for installing/removing Magisk and managing installed modules
    • Built-in support for installing init.d functionality
    • Built-in all the zip files needed for our V30, they are copied to /sdcard/Fox/FoxFiles
    • Customizations : lockscreen, password, status bar, ...
    • Theme engine
    • Updated with latest TWRP commits
    • Support for Custom ROMs
    • Better language support
    • Optimized versions of community scripts
    • Fox theme engine:
      - choice of theme (black, dark, etc)
      - choice of color scheme
      - choice of splash screen
    • Alternative lockscreen
    • And many more!

    Additional :
    • Used busybox instead of toolbox for increased zip compatibility
    • Used magiskboot 20.3 instead mkbootimg for all kernel operations: better, but a bit slower, according to OFox Team
    • Screenshots : Look here
    • F2FS support
    • Added "reboot to EDL" button (not working, removed in next version)
    • Updated Magisk and magiskboot binaries to latest 20.3
    • Included RCTD remover zip

    INSTALLATION:
    • Backup your ROM, your data, your internal storage, and your settings/apps, to an external device: just to be on the sure side, as always
    • Download the OrangeFox zip file to your device
    • Reboot to your TWRP Recovery
    • Install the OrangeFox zip file as a normal zip
    • The device will automatically reboot into OrangeFox recovery after installation (allow this to happen)
    • After rebooting have a look at your sdcard in FoxFiles folder: you will find all the necessary files to flash for getting your V30 running flawlessly after kdz-ing there (RCTD remover, Magisk, unroot Magisk, disable dm-verity and force_encrypt, lockscreen settings remover (when userdata with lockscreen settings is restored) and init.d support; most of them not needed (beside magisk maybe) if a TWRP flashable firmware zip was used)
    • Also have a look at Menu -> Fox Addons, App Manager and Magisk Manager :)
    • Enjoy!


    Credits :

    Informations and Downloads:
    Status : RC3
    Created : 2020-02-23
    Downloadlink: 2nd post :good:
    5
    RC3 Build from 2020-02-23: (latest)
    2nd build, changelog over RC2:
    - corrected blocksize for formatting crypto related partitions
    - included timezone data, maybe helps some ppl with time still not showing correct; should speed up time calc
    - used pre-compiled full mke2fs and e2fsdroid binaries
    - enabled ntfs experimental support (rw in kernel, NTFS_3G flag in twrp / ofox)
    - minimal tweaks
    - ofox zip will not patch for dmverity/forceencrypt anymore automatically when flashing it
    - nano editor should be included (command line editor)
    - log history on sdcard disabled: no more millions of logfiles, only the last one
    - recovery security lockscreen is working now, but only when userdata is not encrypted. if it is, the recovery login screen will just disapper after waiting a short period of time
    - changed an error message for less confusion (crypto related)
    Download:
    OrangeFOX Recovery R10.1, link to MEGA, RC3


    RC2 Build from 2020-01-18:
    - initial public release, see first post
    Download:
    OrangeFOX Recovery R10.1, link to GDrive, RC2
    5
    Screenshots and more

    Screenshots : Look here

    ToDo:
    - bring in flashlight...? hmm...
    - maybe add vibration
    3
    Thanks. Love the UI. It's really good! :)
    2

    Worked fine when I restored my Q ROM backup. Didn't try flashing a new ROM though.

    ---------- Post added at 12:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:42 PM ----------

    Got some screenshots? Sounds interesting. Maybe a feature comparison with vanilla TWRP?

    Here's the link of screenshots from the 1st post: https://files.orangefox.tech/Screenshots/R10/
    A lot of features are mentioned in the 1st post too