[RECOVERY][3.4.0-11][fajita]Official/Unofficial TWRP recovery for OnePlus 6T (Stable)

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Brettroth

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This twrp will fastboot boot on a11. For those still having problems
 

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Brettroth

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I installed offical TWRP v.3.6.0_9-0 on A12 PXOSP ROM and it works fine, but just that data is encryped. Is there any way to get data decrypted in this TWRP? Thanks.
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It's possible but not easy to do on a12. Have to change your data to f2fs and flash some zips. Recommend just using otg or sideload till someone makes a twrp that decrypts a12
 
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Ary Hidayat

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Here's what worked for me:
1. Download PB03.img from https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...os11-open-beta-2-3-and-stable-latest.4316563/
2. Download latest TWRP installer from https://twrp.me/oneplus/oneplus6t.html (zip file)
3. Download full 11.1.1.1 rom from OnePlus at https://www.oneplus.com/support/softwareupgrade/details?code=PM1574156215016
4. Download latest Magisk installer (zip file)
5. Copy #2, #3, and #4 above to your phone storage.
6. Get to fastboot mode (hold volume up key while booting)
7. fastboot flash boot PB03.img (assumes you have fastboot tools and OnePlus drivers installed on PC). Note: it must be "fastboot flash boot" not just "fastboot boot"
8. Reboot to recovery (use volume keys to select "recovery" in fastboot mode and press power button)
9. In PitchBlack recovery, install 11.1.1.1 rom (named "OnePlus6TOxygen_34.J.61_OTA_0610_all_2109171644_7a4bfad9b1f940d5.zip") and then latest TWRP installer zip file
10. Reboot to recovery (press power icon in PitchBlack recovery main screen) - now you should be in TWRP
11. Install latest Magisk installer zip file
12. Reboot to system (press reboot icon in TWRP and select system)
I also experienced the same in oos 11.1.2.2 . Can it be used in oos 11.1.2.2 please help me.
 
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pr3dicament

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Yeah use this version to fastboot boot twrp. Then you can make permanent from advanced menu or just flash a different installer zip
Well.. My OnePlus 6T just freezes at the TWRP splash screen. I just installed the latest OOS. Everything else works fine. I don't get the crash dump with this specific recovery file, but it definitely does not bring me to recovery let alone being able to use ADB with it..

In other words, it freezes at the splash screen.
 

Brettroth

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Well.. My OnePlus 6T just freezes at the TWRP splash screen. I just installed the latest OOS. Everything else works fine. I don't get the crash dump with this specific recovery file, but it definitely does not bring me to recovery let alone being able to use ADB with it..

In other words, it freezes at the splash screen.
I'm not sure why that version would freeze. You aren't trying to fastboot flash boot are you? And using that specific twrp I posted?
 

pr3dicament

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I'm not sure why that version would freeze. You aren't trying to fastboot flash boot are you? And using that specific twrp I posted?
Nope. Fastboot boot. I had to use the crdroid version posted on page 218. I tried all of them from there on up, 3.5 seems to be the one that works.. the "crDroid" recovery.. nevertheless, it works, just not version 3.6.
 
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b8842dc0

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I know that official TWRP doesn't support A12 data decryption. Is that also true of unofficial?
Thanks!
 

nitroboozter

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Apr 29, 2018
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Hello friends, I haven't updated my op6t in a while.
As of now the OOS version on my mobile is 10.3.12 and it is rooted with the latest Magisk version 25.1 and the latest TWRP version 3.6.2_9-0.
I would like to update my OS to the latest OOS 11.1.2.2.
could someone kindly let me know if any procedure has changed for the update to the new android 11.
I don't want to lose any data or brick my phone.
This is my usual update procedure for reference

[Files-
TWRP-3.6.2_9-0.zip,
OOS-11.1.2.2.zip,
Magisk-25.1.zip]

0-Reboot to TWRP
1-Install OOS
2-clear dalvik
3-Install TWRP
4-clear dalvik
5-Install Magisk
6-clear dalvik
7-Reboot to TWRP Second Slot(A/B)
8-Install OOS on Second Slot(A/B)
9-clear dalvik
10-Install TWRP
11-clear dalvik
12-Install Magisk
13-clear dalvik
14-Reboot to TWRP First Slot(A/B)
15-Install Magisk
16- Reboot to system

So Do I need to change anything or continue with above method.
Thanks in Advance.
 

Koushik87

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Nov 3, 2014
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OnePlus 6T
OnePlus 10 Pro
Hello friends, I haven't updated my op6t in a while.
As of now the OOS version on my mobile is 10.3.12 and it is rooted with the latest Magisk version 25.1 and the latest TWRP version 3.6.2_9-0.
I would like to update my OS to the latest OOS 11.1.2.2.
could someone kindly let me know if any procedure has changed for the update to the new android 11.
I don't want to lose any data or brick my phone.
This is my usual update procedure for reference

[Files-
TWRP-3.6.2_9-0.zip,
OOS-11.1.2.2.zip,
Magisk-25.1.zip]

0-Reboot to TWRP
1-Install OOS
2-clear dalvik
3-Install TWRP
4-clear dalvik
5-Install Magisk
6-clear dalvik
7-Reboot to TWRP Second Slot(A/B)
8-Install OOS on Second Slot(A/B)
9-clear dalvik
10-Install TWRP
11-clear dalvik
12-Install Magisk
13-clear dalvik
14-Reboot to TWRP First Slot(A/B)
15-Install Magisk
16- Reboot to system

So Do I need to change anything or continue with above method.
Thanks in Advance.
Steps looks good. There is no major change in upgrade of A10 - A11 apart from how root is managed in newer versions of Magisk. As a precaution may be it's better to disable any magisk module which has system level tweaks. N even better to have a backup of data since you r jumping to newer Android version. All d best.
 

DaOldMan

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Oct 6, 2010
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Hello friends, I haven't updated my op6t in a while.
As of now the OOS version on my mobile is 10.3.12 and it is rooted with the latest Magisk version 25.1 and the latest TWRP version 3.6.2_9-0.
I would like to update my OS to the latest OOS 11.1.2.2.
could someone kindly let me know if any procedure has changed for the update to the new android 11.
I don't want to lose any data or brick my phone.
This is my usual update procedure for reference

[Files-
TWRP-3.6.2_9-0.zip,
OOS-11.1.2.2.zip,
Magisk-25.1.zip]

0-Reboot to TWRP
1-Install OOS
2-clear dalvik
3-Install TWRP
4-clear dalvik
5-Install Magisk
6-clear dalvik
7-Reboot to TWRP Second Slot(A/B)
8-Install OOS on Second Slot(A/B)
9-clear dalvik
10-Install TWRP
11-clear dalvik
12-Install Magisk
13-clear dalvik
14-Reboot to TWRP First Slot(A/B)
15-Install Magisk
16- Reboot to system

So Do I need to change anything or continue with above method.
Thanks in Advance.
The repetitive clear dalvik has no logic. It's like formating a hard drive 3 times like the first one isn't good enough. Just do it once on each slot. I don't even know if it's necessary.
If it was me I would upgrade using the internal update system. It causes 0 problems and always works. I think I wrote it here how to do it, so just search back mate. It looks like this:

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Lirkaren

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Jun 25, 2010
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Before updating to Windows 11 fastboot worked fine. Now I get: "fastboot : The term 'fastboot' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program......"

I have tried "googeling" it but didn't find a solution. Anyone know how I can fix this?

Thanks in advance! :)


Solved it.
Instead of opening a terminal or Powershell inside the fastboot folder I hade to go up a level and right click on my fastboot folder and open terminal.
Don't know why it worked this way and not by right klickning inside the folder and open terminal...
 
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