[RECOVERY][3.4.0-0][RMX1931]Official/Unofficial TWRP for Realme X2 Pro (Stable)

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johnnyjoe

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Hi!

Can I simply update twrp by flashing the latest version over the previous?

When I tried to change recovery, when I tried Orange Fox, I end up having to reinstall everything. I'm afraid that could happen again.

Can someone help, please? Thanks! : )
 

Hellsblade

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Apr 10, 2006
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Hi!

Can I simply update twrp by flashing the latest version over the previous?

When I tried to change recovery, when I tried Orange Fox, I end up having to reinstall everything. I'm afraid that could happen again.

Can someone help, please? Thanks! : )

I installed the latest version over the previous one with the official twrp app. Needs root. Was no problem.

Now I just finished installing .c28
Rebooted to twrp. Flashed the ozip. Flashed vbmeta image, flashed Magisk and just to be sure flashed latest twrp image again.
Maybe the last step can be skipped, but I'm up and running again without loosing any data.
 
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nkbhr

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Jan 11, 2015
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I have twrp 3.3.1.0, I use LOS and the phone is rooted. I want to update to twrp 3.4.0.0. What are the exact steps. Please help.
Also what partitions to backup while taking nandroid backup. I used to backup boot, system, data and efs earlier but on realme x2 pro with twrp 3.3.1.0 I do not see the system partition to backup. Can someone please advise. Thanks in advance.
 

minoccio

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I installed the latest version over the previous one with the official twrp app. Needs root. Was no problem.

Now I just finished installing .c28
Rebooted to twrp. Flashed the ozip. Flashed vbmeta image, flashed Magisk and just to be sure flashed latest twrp image again.
Maybe the last step can be skipped, but I'm up and running again without loosing any data.

My experience was opposite of yours. I tried to install .28 on .c27 rooted and with official 3.4.0 TWRP, but ended with zip file treble and .c28 doesn't install. Then I installed 3.4.0 TWRP unofficial by Mauronofrio and everything went well (.c28 -> vbmeta.img -> magisk 20.4 and go).
 

mauronofrio

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My experience was opposite of yours. I tried to install .28 on .c27 rooted and with official 3.4.0 TWRP, but ended with zip file treble and .c28 doesn't install. Then I installed 3.4.0 TWRP unofficial by Mauronofrio and everything went well (.c28 -> vbmeta.img -> magisk 20.4 and go).

Guys you have to use unofficial TWRP for stock roms
 

Hellsblade

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Apr 10, 2006
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My experience was opposite of yours. I tried to install .28 on .c27 rooted and with official 3.4.0 TWRP, but ended with zip file treble and .c28 doesn't install. Then I installed 3.4.0 TWRP unofficial by Mauronofrio and everything went well (.c28 -> vbmeta.img -> magisk 20.4 and go).
I didn't say I used the official twrp image. I used the official twrp app to flash the image file.
 

nkbhr

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Jan 11, 2015
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Guys, please help.

I have to update to twrp 3.4.0 from twrp 3.3.1
Do I need to flash vbmeta patcher after flashing twrp 3.4.0
 

omnislice

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Apr 29, 2020
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Is there an option to change the folder name that this recovery creates automatically? for Banking App masking purposes. TY
 

Vurio

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Mar 9, 2017
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Realme X2 Pro
I am stock C.28 stock ROM. I installed 3.4.0.0 TWRP a while back to root my device. Now when I booted to recovery to update to C.29, it says that my storage is encrypted and I need to enter a password to decrypt. I don't remember setting up a password to encrypt or anything.
How so I decrypt my internal storage?
 

Vurio

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Mar 9, 2017
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Realme X2 Pro
I am stock C.28 stock ROM. I installed 3.4.0.0 TWRP a while back to root my device. Now when I booted to recovery to update to C.29, it says that my storage is encrypted and I need to enter a password to decrypt. I don't remember setting up a password to encrypt or anything.
How so I decrypt my internal storage?

Never Mind. I figured it out. Turns out the TWRP password is the same as my lock screen pin.
 

thanasis12.

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Jun 24, 2018
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In my phone, I using orange fox, and is root,,( flash vbmeta..).

---------- Post added at 02:18 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:17 PM ----------

(And flash magisk.zip 20.4)
 

antonio.galea

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Apr 2, 2016
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I've tried both versions 3.3.1-13 and 3.4.0-0 and have the same problem: the backup of /data partition is incomplete. When trying to restore, all the apps have no private data at all - /data/data is absent (and possibly other stuff too).

This looks like a bug to me - on other phones I am able to backup and restore /data without losing my apps.

Is there anything I can do to help nail down this annoyance? For the rest, this recovery is perfectly fine.
 

serj-47

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Apr 26, 2012
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Guys, when installing los18.1 I made a wipe of the system partition and now I need the firmware in ofp format, where can I find it? I only find for 1931EX, but I need a version for 1931 (china)

How can I restore my phone now?
 
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