But it'll clear all app data, yt settings and offline videos. I have to wait for 5 minutes keeping a finger on volume up and eye on screen to prevent this. Is there any way to remove reboot from end of ota script.You can't - and you really shouldn't try to. What's wrong with reinstalling magisk and modules?
Surely you can restore all these from backups?But it'll clear all app data, yt settings and offline videos.
By editing the source code and recompiling.Is there any way to remove reboot from end of ota script.
Anyways, not a serious problem. Thanks for the awesome recovery.
Thanks for the log. I can't comment on Android P.
There are clearly issues with multi-boot, but I don't believe that mido is an officially supported multi-boot device (i.e., at the device level). If I am correct in thinking this, then it means that any implementation of multi-boot on mido is a hack. In any case, the logs give an indication of where to look.
PS: are you trying to install the second ROM to the "A" partition, or the "B" partition?
Or you can just go to the OrangeFox menu, and tap on "Del ROM Pass"Just a head up to my issue with the lockscreen pattern not being recognized (despite it beeing the correct one !).
I just booted into recovery, installed aroma.filemanager, and used it to browse to data/system to delete 3 files in order to bypass the pattern lock.
I think that you can also achieve it by using adb but i was bored and went the easy way.
Here are the 3 files to delete:
Always remove passwords/fingerprint - before making backups, or you will always have this problem when you restore the backup.Weird thing happening to me.
I was on crdroid and decided to give another rom a try, so backup up the usual partitions (system, data, boot, logo) and flashed my new rom.
I didn't liked it so i restored my previous backup and now... i'm stuck at the lockscreen because my unlock pattern is not recognized (i always use the same one).
Did it happened to anyone before ? Did i miss to backup/restore a specific partitions ?
Edit: I can't unlock it with the fingerprint either, really weird, as if it's not working.
No. What it means is that the system partition will be included in the OTA backups made immediately after the ROM is flashed (and restored immediately before the OTA update is applied). The purpose is to ensure that OTA updates do not reject the system on grounds of checksum mismatches.Does the option "include system in OTA survival" mean that any folders, subfolders, files... in /system will stay untouched when flashing an OTA-update? ...
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