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[RECOVERY][dumpling] TWRP 3.3.X by codeworkx

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codeworkx

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Android 8.x
https://sourceforge.net/projects/cheeseburgerdumplings/files/15.1/dumpling/recovery/

Changes:
- TWRP 3.2.3 from android-8.1
- added vendor partition

Sources
https://github.com/TeamWin/android_device_oneplus_dumpling/tree/android-8.1
https://github.com/lineageos/android_kernel_oneplus_msm8998/tree/lineage-15.1

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Android 9.x (requires Pie firmware)
https://sourceforge.net/projects/cheeseburgerdumplings/files/16.0/dumpling/recovery/

Changes:
twrp-3.3.1-1-20190713-codeworkx-dumpling.img
- fix bug in default device properties

twrp-3.3.1-1-20190623-codeworkx-dumpling.img
- add support for synthetic password version 3 (may update)

twrp-3.3.1-0-20190427-codeworkx-dumpling.img
- updated twrp to 3.3.1
- removed compatibility check
- removed twrp app check
- modified version string

Sources
https://github.com/TeamWin/android_device_oneplus_dumpling/tree/android-9.0
https://github.com/lineageos/android_kernel_oneplus_msm8998/tree/lineage-16.0
 
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hibby50

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I am a bit confused with the 2 versions. Lets say I am running decrypted and want to switch to an encrypted 8.1 ROM. Would I: flash the 8.0 TWRP, flash OOS OB1, boot it to enable decryption, flash the 8.1 rom, then flash the 8.1 recovery?
 

codeworkx

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I am a bit confused with the 2 versions. Lets say I am running decrypted and want to switch to an encrypted 8.1 ROM. Would I: flash the 8.0 TWRP, flash OOS OB1, boot it to enable decryption, flash the 8.1 rom, then flash the 8.1 recovery?

If you're NOT encrypted then it doesn't matter what you're doing.
But when you plan to run 8.1 you should use the 8.1 recovery.
 

hibby50

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If you're NOT encrypted then it doesn't matter what you're doing.
But when you plan to run 8.1 you should use the 8.1 recovery.

All this encryption stuff is over my head, so sorry if I'm not fully understanding. But to encrypt you have to flash OOS which is 8.0 right? then when you change to an 8.1 AOSP/CAF rom and keep the device encrypted you would also change recoveries?

Edit: or can you enable encryption on an 8.1 AOSP rom without flashing OOS first?
 

codeworkx

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All this encryption stuff is over my head, so sorry if I'm not fully understanding. But to encrypt you have to flash OOS which is 8.0 right? then when you change to an 8.1 AOSP/CAF rom and keep the device encrypted you would also change recoveries?

Edit: or can you enable encryption on an 8.1 AOSP rom without flashing OOS first?

You can always enable encryption but twrp might not be able to access userdata when using the wrong twrp.
Nothing bad will happen.

If you plan to go from encrypted 8.0 to 8.1 then make sure to remove pin or password before upgrading.

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devil188

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I once went back from OmniROM 8.1 to stock OOS OB1 using a nandroid backup, and since then I couldn't decrypt data in TWRP anymore, it just works if I turn off all security measures in system, which is kind of sickening after a while. The console log even tells me that I might have to format userdata, is that the only way of solving it?
 

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I once went back from OmniROM 8.1 to stock OOS OB1 using a nandroid backup, and since then I couldn't decrypt data in TWRP anymore, it just works if I turn off all security measures in system, which is kind of sickening after a while. The console log even tells me that I might have to format userdata, is that the only way of solving it?
Did you switch recoveries? You are switching ROMs from 8.1 to 8.0 so it would make sense to switch recoveries too.
 

codeworkx

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I once went back from OmniROM 8.1 to stock OOS OB1 using a nandroid backup, and since then I couldn't decrypt data in TWRP anymore, it just works if I turn off all security measures in system, which is kind of sickening after a while. The console log even tells me that I might have to format userdata, is that the only way of solving it?

One of the two TWRPs should be able to decrypt.

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