[RECOVERY][flo | deb][UNOFFICIAL] -> [TWRP] [3.1.1-0]

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followmsi

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Just made a new TWRP version for Nexus 7 (2013) .. "flo" and "deb" version

TWRP_flo_3.1.1-0.img

TWRP_deb_3.1.1-0.img


Changes:
3.1.1-0
- Latest TWRP changes (3.1.1)
- Latest LineageOS kernel sources
- Latest LineageOS changes (Android 7.1.2)
- Added /system_image partition to be able to flash system.img files via TWRP.

3.1.0-4
- Moved to omnirom busybox sources to fix custom installer script problems - seems to be fixed now.

3.1.0-3
- Made some changes to fix custom installer script problems.

3.1.0-2
- Changed back from ElementalX kernel to Google MSM kernel -> same F2FS config but smaller kernel binary

3.1.0-1
- Added NTFS-3G for NTFS R/W support -> USB-OTG
- Used new kernel with changed F2FS config -> to speed up F2FS boot time a bit !

3.1.0-0
- Updated to latest TWRP sources - including 3.1.0 tag

3.0.3-3
- fixed ADB settings

3.0.3-2
- Added some more stuff for en/decryption.

3.0.3-1
- Added missing "libQSEEComAPI.so" for en/decryption


Based on latest Android 7.1.x sources ...
https://github.com/omnirom/android_bootable_recovery
https://github.com/lineageos
Device tree (flo): https://github.com/followmsi/android_device_asus_flo/tree/twrp-nougat
Device tree (deb): https://github.com/followmsi/android_device_asus_deb/tree/twrp-nougat


Download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By6p5AdQfavBUlhsLWFHZThGTnM


Ejnoy ...
 
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meekrawb

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Thanks a lot for your feedback ..

Pls install the new version and test encryption again .. TWRP_flo_3.0.3-1
I did forget the "libQSEEComAPI.so" lib in previous version.

Hopefully it will en / decrypt your data partition now ..

Cheers

Official 3.0.2-0 is able to decrypt. 3.0.3-1 says the same thing as 3.0.3-0, "Password failed, please try again!"
Tried it with my original password and 'default_password'.

I am on the newest Lineage OS nightly, if that makes a difference.
 

followmsi

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Official 3.0.2-0 is able to decrypt. 3.0.3-1 says the same thing as 3.0.3-0, "Password failed, please try again!"
Tried it with my original password and 'default_password'.

I am on the newest Lineage OS nightly, if that makes a difference.
Thanks for the update.

Pls post the recovery.log .. thanks

EDIT:
I think I have found the problem .. give me some time :)
 
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meekrawb

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Cool, I haven't been able to pull a recovery.log without decrypting so far. Take your time.
 

followmsi

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version 3.1.0 has been tagged on github ..

Update.ZIP_TWRP_flo_3.1.0-0.zip -> to be installed via TWRP

TWRP_flo_3.1.0-0.img -> to be installed via fastboot or flashify .. etc.

Changes:
3.1.0-0

- Updated to latest TWRP sources - including 3.1.0 tag

This will be the last version for the next time ... :)

Enjoy ..
 

followmsi

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TWRP_deb_3.1.0-0

Made a deb version too ...

Update.ZIP_TWRP_deb_3.1.0-0.zip -> to be installed via TWRP

TWRP_deb_3.1.0-0.img -> to be installed via fastboot or flashify .. etc.

As I am a flo owner .. pls test the deb version :)

Cheers
 

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jisoo

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@followmsi

Can you please link to your actual github repos in the first post? Because TWRP is licensed under GPLv3, it's not enough to link to upstream sources you are basing your builds on. You have to provide the actual sources that are used to build the binaries you are distributing.

It's a minor thing, but it's very important we follow the FLOSS licenses. I'm glad to see you are pushing your changes to your public github, but please also provide a clear link to these.
 

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@followmsi

Can you please link to your actual github repos in the first post? Because TWRP is licensed under GPLv3, it's not enough to link to upstream sources you are basing your builds on. You have to provide the actual sources that are used to build the binaries you are distributing.

It's a minor thing, but it's very important we follow the FLOSS licenses. I'm glad to see you are pushing your changes to your public github, but please also provide a clear link to these.

Have added the device tree into the first post ..

Device tree (flo): https://github.com/followmsi/android_device_asus_flo/tree/twrp-nougat
Device tree (deb): https://github.com/followmsi/android_device_asus_deb/tree/cm-14.1

Hope this is Ok now ?

Cheers
 
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