[Recovery][EMUI 8.x][Honor 9 Lite][Unofficial]TWRP 3.2.1-0 [12/05/2018]

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LouisN39

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So if i was planning on flashing a GSI anytime soon would it be preferable to upgrade to EMUI 9.1 first instead of staying on the EMUI 8 vendor i'm stil on right now?
Are there any (dis)advantages to either one?
I'm asking because i was under the impression that no to long ago GSI's weren't working to wel on a EMUI 9 vendor.
I have successfully installed the gsi, i did an factory reset, then on fastboot i erased system and then i wrote the gsi image to system, that's how that worked for me
now the problem is that i need to install gapps but the device won't boot into twrp with adb command and not with los'advanced reboot (volume up button get me to erecovery)
And the system partition is too small (2500 mb for me)
 
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I have successfully installed the gsi, i did an factory reset, then on fastboot i erased system and then i wrote the gsi image to system, that's how that worked for me
now the problem is that i need to install gapps but the device won't boot into twrp with adb command and not with los'advanced reboot (volume up button get me to erecovery)
Great that you got the GSI installed, what exactly do you mean with won't boot to TWRP?
Maybe you should try installing TWRP again?
 

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the first gave me exactly the same errors
the second say that there are not enought space on the device (i get to wipe and advanced wipe to see the system partition size and it seems that los had resized the system partition to ~2000mb ( i had 2500mb before)
Yes, it's impossible mount system and resize system in TWRP and I think it's because of this change: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/gsi-11-lineageos-18-x-gsi-all-archs.4205461/post-85449875

So I have installed arm64 vndklite version with fastboot , flashed TWRP (you need in TWRP mount system and resize system), flashed nikkgapps basic, then flashed stock recovery and finally factory reset in stock recovery. Everything works without problems. Vndklite is the key :)
 
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So all i must do is :

//OnPhone\\do a factory reset on stock recovery

//OnPhone\\boot to fastboot directly after factory reset

//OnComputer\\fastboot erase system

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash system lineage-18.1-20210808-UNOFFICIAL-treble_arm64_bvS-vndklite.img

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk TWRP-3.4.0.0-emui9_eR.img

//OnPhoneTWRP\\resize system

//OnPhoneTWRP\\flash nikgapps

//OnPhone\\reboot to fastboot

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk recovery_ramdisk.img

//OnComputer\\reboot to stock recovery

//OnPhone\\factory reset
 

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So all i must do is :

//OnPhone\\do a factory reset on stock recovery

//OnPhone\\boot to fastboot directly after factory reset

//OnComputer\\fastboot erase system

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash system lineage-18.1-20210808-UNOFFICIAL-treble_arm64_bvS-vndklite.img

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk TWRP-3.4.0.0-emui9_eR.img

//OnPhoneTWRP\\resize system

//OnPhoneTWRP\\flash nikgapps

//OnPhone\\reboot to fastboot

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk recovery_ramdisk.img

//OnComputer\\reboot to stock recovery

//OnPhone\\factory reset

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash system lineage-18.1-20210808-UNOFFICIAL-treble_arm64_bvS-vndklite.img

//OnComputer\\fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk TWRP-3.4.0.0-emui9_eR.img

//OnPhoneTWRP\\resize system

//OnPhoneTWRP\\flash nikgapps

//OnPhoneTWRP\\flash recovery_ramdisk.img

//OnPhoneTWRP\\reboot to Recovery

//OnPhone\\factory reset
 
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    Disclaimer
    This software comes wth no warranty,XDA staff ,myself or TeamWin stuff can't be hold responsible for any damage it may cause to your device.

    Note: Currently Oreo 8.1 custom roms are not supported,only stock EMUI 8.x .

    Download and Installation

    * Download twrp recovery
    * Start your device in fastboot mode
    * Install the recovery using the following command:

    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk [filename].img --> ex: fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk twrp_honor9_lite_0.1.img
    * Restart with this command:
    Code:
    fastboot reboot
    * As soon as you execute the restart command,remove the USB cable and keep pressing Volume UP,so the device will boot to TWRP.This is to avoid that the device boot to OS,overwritting TWRP recovery.

    Features

    Internal storage decryption = working
    MTP and OTG connection = working
    Backup&Restore = working


    Note: There are no sources for this yet,because is based on the work of @zxz0O0 ,from Honor 9.

    Contributors
    **** Pretoriano80
    **** zxz0O0 - This wouldn't be possible without this guy,so big big thank to him.I used his base to make this recovery work.Thank again buddy!
    **** TeamWin project ,obviously.
    **** @Blackball
    **** @JamesBott - for testing on Honor 9 Lite
    **** Team OpenKirin - thanks for the "Oem Path wipe esclusion" code
    **** Anyone that somehow contributed to this project

    Download links
    twrp_honor9_lite_0.1.img - initial release
    twrp_honor9_lite_0.2_test.img - test build ,possible fix for unencrypted devices (stock or custom roms).
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    Why don't you ACTUALLY READ?!?!?
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    Well, or i havent find it yet. With firmware Finder are a few That says are aloud to my modelo but i got error once it downloaded and the Phone restar and star to install it al the time in 6%
    You are mixing things so you better stop and educate yourself a bit on how TWRP, Firmware Finder and Stock Roms work... before you do some damage.
    If you want to use Firmware Finder to install approved firmwares, then you don't have to install TWRP, you need to stay with stock,otherwise firmwares will not install.
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