That's weird ? I'm not sure how I can help here but try re-doing the process and make sure you're on Q vendor. Also note that version displayed by bootloader is not necessarily the vendor version. Good luck!
tried it not working....which rom are you using?
if custom rom? then which version were you on stock rom before installing custom rom and can you send me the link of exact version of twrp that you flashed on it.....i can try re-doing the process you did.
Also do you have a Q vendor raw firmware file because to unbrick my device i have to install a raw firmware of P vendor and then need to apply updates one by one to get to the latest version. Its a very long process.
Yes I'm using Evolution-X on 36 vendor. Here's the twrp img: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=4349826312261734680
And zip: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=4349826312261734681
You can flash full firmware available on Asus site via twrp. Anyways if you need to flash fbrom, here's 70 update (based on Android 10): https://broad-bread-4cee.reignz.wor....10.107.70_MR11_20200320_release-user.raw.zip
Nope. No good for me. Tried for a good 5/6/7 hours...
Slot A - 184.108.40.206 (Q - used OS)
Slot B - 220.127.116.11 (P - unused)
Flashed vbmeta from stock P, stock Q, Evolution X Q, same result.
Bootloop x3 then reverts back to slot A and successfully loads stock os.
the same problem remains at 110 vendor!
Hello! Can I flash recovery to the Stock Rom now? I didn't understand.Heyyo, a new test build of TWRP is going up! In twrp-3.5.2_10-0-test13-Z01RD we switched to source-built bootctrl as our prebuilt one from stock ROM was causing issues with vendor mount/dismount when doing ROM flashes or nandroid backup/restore and also resolves the kernel battery stats errors that popped up
[CENTER]fastboot flash boot boot.img[/CENTER]
fastboot --set-active= <a/b>
fastboot reboot bootloader
fastboot flash boot boot.img