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[Recovery][Official] TWRP 3.4.0-15 [T860/5][22.Jul.2020]

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Techguy777

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I am looking for kernel Techguy.😊
There is no permissive kernel for T860 so I hoped...
I have the latest WETA_Kernel_T860-8.0_UB7.zip the only problem is we had 2 previous versions that crashed my device and I had to reflash stock. I can't remember now if I deleted them I am 90 percent sure I did. The problem is it was such a hard crash I wouldn't feel right giving you a bad kernel because it kernel panics and it's hard to get into Odin mode. I'm trying to find a up to date kernel backup app and make a backup of my kernel so I know it works. Flashing is old and ex manager for some reason doesn't put it where I can find it I'm trying
 

Techguy777

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I am looking for kernel Techguy.😊
There is no permissive kernel for T860 so I hoped...
I'm pretty sure that one works because I don't think I kept the others downloaded I would guess img 3 actually.



Side note if someone does use one of these you have to change selinux to permissive with either magisk module or the selinux app. You can also use setenforce0 command In terminal emulator.
 
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tin2404

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I am gonna try both. Thanx for links and permissive tips.
I find magisk permissive module which works but setenforce0 command not work.

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kernel #3.img works out of box but Magisk should be reinstalled and re rooted.

Thank you Techguy...perhaps you have Shark recovery ? I had it on my sdcard before I formated it.😡
 

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Techguy777

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I am gonna try both. Thanx for links and permissive tips.
I find magisk permissive module which works but setenforce0 command not work.

edit

kernel #3.img works out of box but Magisk should be reinstalled and re rooted.

Thank you Techguy...perhaps you have Shark recovery ? I had it on my sdcard before I formated it.😡
Nice I'm glad it was the right one. Setenforce 0 is the correct command I forgot the space lol. I use magisk permissive module or selinux app. I was sure I deleted the bad ones.
 

Zer0Sense

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Is there any way to install TWRP on Android 11 and properly root (T865, NEE)? After TWRP install device keeps rebooting. Magisk rom patching doesn't work (error) , verity disabler didn't work
 

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Edit.. I found my mistake.
If anyone has same problem, Format data. I did wipe data.. All good now..


Hi. I installed Twrp 3.4.0.16
I was in android 11 so just flashed in odin Twrp.
Then installed multidisabler
Then Magisk v23.

Tablet is rooted with magisk with Twrp, but can't install anything from playstore. It says no empty space..
Where did I go wrong?
If I check free space, there is plenty..
Magisk shows :ram disk :no, if this has anything to do (my rooted galaxy s10 lite shows yes there).
I factory reset, do it again, same result.
Thanks,
 
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probals

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TWRP installation changed

Download folder.T860
Download folder.T865
WETA Kernel


* Unlock bootloader first
* Reboot recovery and reboot system now behave normally after flashing.
* No more patching in Magisk manager at all.
* Be aware, first clean boot, hangs on building cache, hard reboot after waiting about 3min and you'll boot past this
* If simply updating your existing TWRP, v9 upwards, you only need to flash the TWRP.img in recovery. No need to reflash kernel and Magisk.

Process from bone stock
1. Flash TWRP.tar in Odin
2. Reboot directly into TWRP
3. Format data, reboot recovery
4. Flash custom kernel (Android 10, this is optional)
5. Flash encryption disabler.
6. Unmount system, Flash Magisk 20.4
7. Reboot system

Process from existing TWRP
1. Flash TWRP.img to recovery
2. Reboot recovery
3. Flash Kernel zip
4. Unmount system and Flash Magisk zip
5. Reboot system

--->
Hello there,

I have been trying to root my Tab S6 using the method described.. unfortunately with no luck. My tab goes into boot loop. Tried to do this 2-3 times. Had to re-flash stock using Odin.

Model: T865
Bootloader: Unlocked
Android 11 (Latest Stock Build for Germany)
TWRP version used: TWRP_T865_3.4.0-15.tar
WETA: WETA_Kernel_T865-6.1_TF1.zip
Encryption disabler: Disable_Dm-Verity_ForceEncrypt_11.02.2020.zip
Magisk: Version 21, since this is the latest version available as a zip

Possibly it is the Magisk version which is creating problems, since I have Android 11. If that's the case, can someone tell me how I can flash Magisk 23? Currently, Magisk 23 is only available as an apk.

Any other problems that you guys notice?

Thanks in advance for your kind help! Much appreciated.
 

Quietsch

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Jan 14, 2009
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Hello there,

I have been trying to root my Tab S6 using the method described.. unfortunately with no luck. My tab goes into boot loop. Tried to do this 2-3 times. Had to re-flash stock using Odin.

Model: T865
Bootloader: Unlocked
Android 11 (Latest Stock Build for Germany)
TWRP version used: TWRP_T865_3.4.0-15.tar
WETA: WETA_Kernel_T865-6.1_TF1.zip
Encryption disabler: Disable_Dm-Verity_ForceEncrypt_11.02.2020.zip
Magisk: Version 21, since this is the latest version available as a zip

Possibly it is the Magisk version which is creating problems, since I have Android 11. If that's the case, can someone tell me how I can flash Magisk 23? Currently, Magisk 23 is only available as an apk.

Any other problems that you guys notice?

Thanks in advance for your kind help! Much appreciated.
rename magisk23.apk to magisk23.zip and install in twrp.
 

sabotage154

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Apr 24, 2011
130
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Hello I'm on 3CGUG1 android 11

I downloaded Weta kernel folder. Going to flash recovery TWRP_gts6lwifi_3.4.0-16-landscape.tar via odin. Then reboot to twrp. Which one of the 5 zips in the weta folder do I flash in twrp?

The latest ones:
WETA_Kernel_T860-7.0_TF2
WETA_Kernel_T860-7.0_TF2-permissive

?
 

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    Official TWRP 3.4.0 for SM-T860 + SM-T865

    Telegram thread

    Built using OMNI source 9.0
    TWRP v3.4.0

    See post #2 for install steps

    Changelog...


    v1
    Initial build
    MTP, OTG and SDcard all working
    Encryption not working, but being implemented later
    * There is a kernel in the download folder for the T865, flashing this after booting into TWRP should give T865 full function.

    v2
    Added T865 support
    Updated kernel to SI3

    v3
    Fixed img flashing


    v5
    Encryption support added
    Fixed brightness function

    v7
    Now using a recovery_dtbo


    v15
    Updated to 3.4.0 twrp
    Updated kernel and dtbo (TF2 Android 10 only)

    TWRP Downloads

    Download TWRP 3.4.0 folder T860
    Download TWRP 3.4.0 folder T865
    WETA Kernel
    Telegram thread


    Thanks to @geiti94 and @klabit87 for allowing me to constantly pick their brains

    --------------------->

    Beer fund

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Galaxy Tab S6 TWRP, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

    Contributors
    Mentalmuso, mentalmuso
    Source Code: [Kernel Source

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2019-09-30
    Last Updated 2019-09-30
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    TWRP installation changed

    Download folder.T860
    Download folder.T865
    WETA Kernel


    * Unlock bootloader first
    * Reboot recovery and reboot system now behave normally after flashing.
    * No more patching in Magisk manager at all.
    * Be aware, first clean boot, hangs on building cache, hard reboot after waiting about 3min and you'll boot past this
    * If simply updating your existing TWRP, v9 upwards, you only need to flash the TWRP.img in recovery. No need to reflash kernel and Magisk.

    Process from bone stock
    1. Flash TWRP.tar in Odin
    2. Reboot directly into TWRP
    3. Format data, reboot recovery
    4. Flash custom kernel (Android 10, this is optional)
    5. Flash encryption disabler.
    6. Unmount system, Flash Magisk 20.4
    7. Reboot system

    Process from existing TWRP
    1. Flash TWRP.img to recovery
    2. Reboot recovery
    3. Flash Kernel zip
    4. Unmount system and Flash Magisk zip
    5. Reboot system

    --->
    8
    TWRP 3.3.1-10

    Updated kernel to SK1
    Fixed backup corruption
    WETA Kernel also updated and a fully permissive version added.

    Downloads

    --->
    6
    TWRP 3.3.1-9

    Changed the orientation to portrait
    Fixed brightness control

    * Please read the guide on post #2 for new install info. Things have changed, and are way easier with benefits.

    Downloads

    --->
    5
    TWRP installation changed

    Download folder

    It is now possible to reboot rooted and reboot recovery without the button combo. To achieve this we need to flash custom kernel to boot.img and flash magisk via TWRP. TWRP now, should not be patched with magisk either. In the downloads folder, is a kernel zip for your device. This needs to be flashed in TWRP followed by the flashing of Magisk zip (19.4 recommended.)

    After that, I would reflash an unpatched TWRP.img from within TWRP to recovery partition. This eliminates magisk from the recovery side of things, which isn't needed anymore.

    Process from stock (rooted)
    1. Flash TWRP.tar in Odin
    2. Reboot directly into TWRP
    3. Flash Kernel zip
    4. Flash Magisk zip
    5. Flash encryption disabler if desired.
    6. Reboot system (not recovery)

    Process from existing TWRP
    1. Flash unpatched TWRP.img to recovery
    2. Reboot recovery
    3. Flash Kernel zip
    4. Flash Magisk zip
    5. Reboot system (not recovery