[RECOVERY][3.5.0-0][UNOFFICIAL] TWRP Xiaomi POCO X3 [surya][karna]

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Orange Fox Recovery - after a long time.
 

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Orange Fox Recovery - after a long time.

Really? So Orange Fox is not a dead project as many people say...

You didn't want to include a link?

Probably it should be better to post a link in the dedicated topic, after the permission by the developers of OF. Anyway there's no section for Surya on Orange Fox home, so it's not official. I'll continue like in this last year, TWRP.
 

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... Orange Fox is not a dead project as many people say...better to post a link in the dedicated topic...
The filename has 'Unofficial' mentioned in it, so this is clearly an unofficial release. I got this pic from someone else. I don't have a link and I guess link, if any, would be a telegram link, which does not seem to be welcome on XDA.
 
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Surya LOS maintainer recently went OTR on the support channel to state that TWRP has been abandoned, too, so we can only expect unofficial releases... 😿
Seriously, guys, what's with all this obsession about constant development? If something works, why fix it and break it? Especially something like recovery. If yours works to flash a new ROM (or backup and restore), what else do you need? You don't spend all your day in recovery, do you? It's like a hammer. Any old piece of metal on a handle will work to do the job.
 

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Seriously, guys, what's with all this obsession about constant development? If something works, why fix it and break it? Especially something like recovery. If yours works to flash a new ROM (or backup and restore), what else do you need? You don't spend all your day in recovery, do you? It's like a hammer. Any old piece of metal on a handle will work to do the job.
People that flash custom ROMs often do it because they want the latest and greatest, so it's not surprising that they want the most recent custom recovery.

Aside from that, I suppose it's possible that a custom recovery could stop functioning following a major Android release, so knowing that TWRP is being maintained for the device is helpful.

I don't think TWRP for Surya has ever got to the point where it's perfect. I know at one point, it was possible to backup the data partition but not the system partition. Can someone advise if that's still the case?
 

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Anyway, a part TWRP 3.7.0 26.09.22 that broke my recovery partition, the latest one seems to be TWRP 3.7.0 29.09.22 FBEV2. Somebody installed it? It works? No boot issues?
 

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    TWRP 3.7.0 12-3 FBEv1 & FBEv2
    by @brigudav

    🗒Changelog:
    • Changes from TWRP repo (read more here)
    • Fix for Change TWRP Folder (official)
    • Don't treat non-existing logical partitions (official)
    • Set /data/recovery for Settings (official)
    • Permanence of custom theme after changing TWRP folder (official)
    • Allow disabling Flash Current TWRP option (official)
    • Update fastbootd v1.1
    • Add support ntfs for USB-Storage
    • Optimization of the launch of the FBE version 1&2 support script
    • Small changes and optimization interface

    ⭐Notes:
    • Decryption on ROMs with FBEv1 & FBEv2 is fully working

    Updated: 28/01/2023

    Download from SourceForge Stable folder.
    1
    I always rename TWRP folder to TWRP.bak (not using the feature in the recovery, mind you) to prevent apps detecting its existence. And every time I do a backup I have to rename it back to TWRP; otherwise it creates the backup in a folder of its own. This used to be the case till recently (at least that's what I noticed). But now the backups are created inside TWRP.bak folder itself, which is cool since I don't have to go through the hassle of renaming the folder back and forth. I'd like to know if it is just me with this experience.

    p.s.: I've been using @brigudav's TWRPs all along and I'm on the 04.12 build now.
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    Team Win Recovery Project 3.x, or twrp3 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. Its a fully touch driven user interface no more volume rocker or power buttons to mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and completely theme-able. You can change just about every aspect of the look and feel.

    Code:
    Code:
    /*
    *
    * We are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
    * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
    * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
    * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
    * you point the finger at us for messing up your device, we will laugh at you.
    *
    */

    Features:
    - Touch Works in all states (No matter about lockscreen there or not)
    - Decryption works
    - Otg works
    - Flash Rom works
    - F2FS support
    - Fastboot boot command support

    Not working:
    - Fastbootd
    - Adb sideload
    - Backup restore and image flash (system-vendor-product)

    INSTALLATION:
    1. Download the TWRP image file to your PC.
    2. Put your device into fastboot.
    3. Type the following command to flash the recovery:-
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery "name_of_recovery.img"
    4. On installation of TWRP , to boot the recovery do:-
    Code:
    fastboot boot "name_of_recovery.img"
    The device will automatically reboot into TWRP, and you will have TWRP as your permanent recovery!
    5. Enjoy!

    Download:
    TWRP By mahajant99

    Donation:
    PayPal: PayPal.me/mhjn950
    UPI: [email protected]



    XDA:DevDB Information
    TWRP, Tool/Utility for the Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC

    Contributors
    mahajant99
    Source Code: https://github.com/mahajant99/device_xiaomi_surya_twrp


    Version Information
    Status:
    Beta
    Beta Release Date: 2020-09-26

    Created 2020-09-26
    Last Updated 2021-01-02
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    New TWRP by @brigudav (dt. 4th Dec., md5: b108838714b44863b5fe7cc9866af614). Not uploaded here yet; just need to wait, I guess.
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    02/01/2021

    Changelog:

    Synced with latest source changes
    • Add Support for karna
    • Fixed Decryption issue
    • Built kernel from source
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    Could you upload it somewhere?
    I uploaded latest brigudav's TWRP 3.6.0_10-0 and 3.5.2_10-12.