It's sad that skilled devs leave.this is the last TWRP from paulobrien because all developers have stop there support to this model and leave this area!
Works fine with the B380. Downloaded the latest version for Honor 7 (TWRP 126.96.36.199 Plank) via the TWRP Manager and flashed it with adb.
Just having 2 issues:
*first one was already mentioned a few times: Touch-Input isn't working all the time --> you just have to wait till the screen turns off, after turning it up again, it should work fine.
*i'm not quite sure if the second issue is related with TWRP but i do think so: when charging while the phone ist shut off, it automatically boots into TWRP recovery. I've googled around and found out, that this is related to TWRP, other recoveries doesn't have a bug like this. But since I didn't test it myself, I'm not quite sure if this bug isn't caused by e.g. the Unofficial CM13 for Honor 7 I'm running on. Does anyone else have this bug? Or does somebody know how to fix it? @paulobrien Do you know this issue?
Other than that, I'm pretty happy
H7 does not allow booting into Recovery through "fastboot boot".....
To boot into TWRP you need to unplug H7 from USB first and than use POWER & VOL+
If the H7 is pluged in, the same keykombination brings up the eRecovery...
If you need more help on button combinations, visit the guid on https://forum.xda-developers.com/honor-7/general/honor-7-button-combinations-clarified-t3320467
I've just one question here! Is this recovery good enough to be used with Honor Play 7 (Chinese version of Honor 7S)? I'm asking this because I couldn't find any support base for this phone on XDA as yet.I've been working on creating the basic device tree needed to get the latest TWRP built for our Honor 7s and most importantly, accepted as an official TWRP recovery.
Edit: We're now official! Download from the TWRP website.
Test updated version:
DOWNLOAD - twrp-3.0.2-0-plank-modaco-rc3.img*- MD5:*0dca92320f279de5a02fcc80284e03ee
Honor 7S Is totally different phone. It is very similar to Huawei Y5 Prime (2018) though.