[RECOVERY][3.4.0-0][I01WD]Official/Unofficial TWRP for Asus ZenFone 6 (Stable)

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metaxda

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i just updated my Zenfone6 to Android 11
and i just tried latest TWRP [twrp-3.5.2_9-0-I01WD.img],
from: https://eu.dl.twrp.me/I01WD/
but I get the "TWRP logo flash" bootloop.

so, it looks like no TWRP (from v3.4 -> 3.5.2)
is compatible with Android 11 on Zenfone6
 

teemo

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twrp-3.5.2_9-0-I01WD.img works as it should for me on Android 11.
Make sure you load the twrp img from PC.
Connect phone to PC and run this command in cmd:
Code:
>adb reboot bootloader
>fastboot boot twrp-3.5.2_9-0-I01WD.img
Don't flash the twrp...zip on Android 11, it will not boot (unless they updated the magic inside it).
 
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metaxda

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twrp-3.5.2_9-0-I01WD.img works as it should for me on Android 11.
Make sure you load the twrp img from PC.
Connect phone to PC and run this command in cmd:
Code:
>adb reboot bootloader
>fastboot boot twrp-3.5.2_9-0-I01WD.img
Don't flash the twrp...zip on Android 11, it will not boot (unless they updated the magic inside it).
thanks for the advice.
that's what i had already tried successfully, to get into my phone
(ie. boot TWRP from .img file on the computer only )

i still could not flash TWRP on Zenfone6 with Android 11.

so, i don't have a working TWRP installed on the phone yet :(
 

NewtoneMr

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Hi all.
What's the safest way to update the TWRP? Do you first check via fastboot if the image will start via (fastboot boot .IMG)and later possibly upload via older TWRP as an image?And won't the current Android 10 password (pattern) that is also in TWRP break something?
 

tuheeden

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Hey All,

Be VERY CAREFUL with TWRP. I just hard bricked not one but TWO of my Zenphones trying to repair the TWRP flashing screen issue (only the flashing powered by android screen - have to send to ASUS service for $90 to fix). TWRP by Mario DOES NOT WORK with Android 11 and the latest twrp-3.5.2_9-0-I01WD.zip DOES NOT WORK. You CAN boot to the .img file just as described above and flash magisk for root if that is all you need but do NOT apply the TWRP zip file. If you do, make sure to UNROOT the boot image before trying to repair (by flashing TWRP again with no magisk). ASUS has an image to go BACK to Android 10, where everything still works fine
 

waterlubber

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I'm having some trouble with TWRP 3.5.2 on Android 11 on the Zenfone.
I've been trying to install MicroG on a stock ROM (want to keep stock features but want to prevent Google from accessing location hardware), but I ended up busting something and had to restore a backup.

Anyway, TWRP appears to fail to restore my /data/ partition. My phone was encrypted with a PIN, and TWRP successfully decrypted and backed it up no problem -- I have backups of all the partitions. I restored system, boot, and data to try and repair the phone, but it gets stuck on a "Phone is Starting" screen. (Notably, I have adb access when this screen is on!)

I wiped the cache partition to no effect. Wiping data restores the phone to operation, but also factory resets the phone (which sucks, as I spent all day yesterday setting everything up!)

Browsing around in adb to /data/ shows that the backup "restored", but browsing to /data/app or /data/user shows base64 encoded filenames, which suggests that the phone is having trouble decrypting the restored TWRP backup.

Is there a way to restore my /data partition successfully? I'm at a loss.
 

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I tried it as below procedure
  1. adb reboot bootloader
  2. fastboot boot twrp-3.6.0_11-1-I01WD.img
  3. Install twrp-installer-3.6.0_11-1-I01WD.zip on TWRP
Then finally succeeded!!
Thanks all for solving this "can't install" issue
yeah thx, i've fixed it :)

 

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