No because you're not supposed to flash it, fastboot boot NAME.img and then you have the option to install it but by booting it you can flash anything you want, but if you still need to install it once you boot TWRP go to advance then Flash Current TWRP to install recovery.
For everyone's sake who's flashing this, I hope not! I personally haven't installed this TWRP yet on my mission-critical device because of the current inherent limitations (I don't always have a PC around).
Hi, yes I just updated using the "full" zip, installed TWRP retention script, flashed magisk to inactive slot, and I'm happy to report everything worked beautifully.
dude this is exactly what I was about to do and thank you for letting me know it works! and thanks @osm0sis for the awesome module
the instructions say fastboot boot twrp.img, NOT fastboot flashSo far i have read onlyvup to page 8. But i noticed a lot of people having problems with fastboot (me included). I think fastboot flashes to inactive slot without saying so.
With slot a active, doing fastboot flash boot <filename>.img works fine (it goes to slot b) but rebooting anything (system, recovery, bootloader) ends up rebooting to fastboot mode in slot a (because of corrupted partitions).
I am now in twrp on slot b but can't sideload files to install ramdisk. Pc is not detecting device even with mtp enabled. Stuck at this point...
Edit: I was able to load the system on slot b. Transferred twrp img and installed ramdisk. Rooted and rebooted to system. On slot b.
Should i start again everything from the top to slot a (reboot slot a, fastboot twrp, install rom reroot)