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

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mike_san

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Is there a way to install it without having access to Bootloader?, I do have the bootloader unlocked and stock recovery, but for some reason after adb reboot bootloader, the phone flashes chinese words and reboots.

I tried alot of oZip with stock recovery, but none of them fixed the bootloader
 

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Is there a way to install it without having access to Bootloader?, I do have the bootloader unlocked and stock recovery, but for some reason after adb reboot bootloader, the phone flashes chinese words and reboots.

I tried alot of oZip with stock recovery, but none of them fixed the bootloader
You need to unlock the bootloader in order to replace the receovery.
No bootloader, no party!
 

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You need to unlock the bootloader in order to replace the receovery.
No bootloader, no party!

It is unlocked, but cannot access to the bootloader for some reason..

I DO NOT have access to the bootloader, even though mine is unlocked.
 

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It is unlocked, but cannot access to the bootloader for some reason..

I DO NOT have access to the bootloader, even though mine is unlocked.
For some reason I am unable to unlock it. The fastboot option is not available with the key press or the ADB method. With the ADB method it flashes for a second then boots as normal.

Seems Realme has killed the option somehow. No more Realme phones for me. Redmi is far more accommodating for 3rd party development.
 

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One question. I see the unofficial port here is v3.4.0-10 from 2020-12-16.
Then on TWRP website I see the official one is v3.5.2_9-0 from 2021-04-05 with some "android 9.0" stuff mentioned in the changelogs.
I don't fully understand which one should I use. Any hint?
 

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@mauronofrio There could be a problem with your TWRP port.

I am not 100% sure as I don't have deep knowledge on how recovery works.
Anyway, it seems that /data is actually mounted from /dev/block/dm-0 and not from /dev/block/sda16 .
So you won't ever be able to wipe data to remove encryption.
Please have a look at this.
 

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android 11 is a/b partition, cannot enter into twrp recovery mode even success to flash twrp.
anyone can help me?
 

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I am on 3.4.0-9_10-mauronofrio. I did a full backup (everything but cache and Dalvik) of a working setup before an upgrade.
OS is LineageOS 18.1 from 20210825 and the backup has been taken before the last upgrade.
IN the past the backup/restore has always worked fine. But now, after a restore, the system bootloops at the OS splash screen.
Any hint?
 
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I am on 3.4.0-9_10-mauronofrio. I did a full backup (everything but cache and Dalvik) of a working setup before an upgrade.
OS is LineageOS 18.1 from 20210825 and the backup has been taken before the last upgrade.
IN the past the backup/restore has always worked fine. But now, after a restore, the system bootloops at the OS splash screen.
Any hint?
I dont know much about this stuff but there is a newer unnofficial version twrp-3.4.0-10-RMX1931-mauronofrio, at least that is what the name suggests and there is a way newer official version on the twrp website twrp-3.5.2_9-0-RMX1931. If i understood correctly you only need the unofficial ones to decrypt the original firmware files. And i dont know if this will help or not just somethig i noticed while setting up LOS... rn
 
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Thanks, I saw that.
But, as mine is an unofficial release and all my (un)encryption and backup has been done with that, I avoided to switch to a different (official) one.
I somehow got scared by that "_9" tag that makes me think about Android v9...
If I could get any confirmation it's safe to "upgrade"TWRP to official, then I would do that and re-try the restore.
Any idea whether that twrp-3.5.2_9-0-RMX1931 can be safely used with a v11 encrypted OS?
 
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Thanks, I saw that.
But, as mine is an unofficial release and all my (un)encryption and backup has been done with that, I avoided to switch to a different (official) one.
I somehow got scared by that "_9" tag that makes me think about Android v9...
If I could get any confirmation it's safe to "upgrade"TWRP to official, then I would do that and re-try the restore.
Any idea whether that twrp-3.5.2_9-0-RMX1931 can be safely used with a v11 encrypted OS?
They started adding _9 because it's compiled from android 9 brunch (since this device got released with android 9 initially). So, nothing yo worry
BTW I haven't tested it yet
 

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