In fact, you can get a decryption of the date section, but for this you need to do a few actions with root rights on the phone
It will be good if you specify the full version of your firmware.
hi, even it doesnt look like, but that, for my best recognition, was the one i choosed the first time. I even tried to reapply this image with no luck, choosing your twrp recovery image.
perhaps i would go the hard way and factory reset und start from scratch with oreo 360er image
i'll report as soon as there is some progress
? Epic ! Let's say you have a password to decrypt your phone that's being asked to you at each start... Maybe TWRP needs this exact same password to decrypt your partition. Just maybe.
Yes, you can root with magisk, but your are fixed to the firmware version you had, theres no (known to me) way to further update your system with new security patch releases without reset the system and lose your data.I was in the same situation as you, but I succeeded.
You don't need to use @gaguga 's modded TWRP for rooting your H9. You only have to follow official magisk installation steps for EMUI9 and after flashing patched recovery_ramdisk you have to boot into recovery (I did it using adb).
I it helps you.
0.3: - Fix problem with different firmware versions - Fix busybox zip utility 0.2: - Implement decryption native 0.1: - Initial release