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Shoaib05

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@HimanshuRaj

Please, correct your naming scheme of TWRP. I am quoting the exact words below that are written in the TWRP website :
Devices built in the android-10 tree will be suffixed with 10 like 3.5.0_10. Each device tree update will have a final suffix for any updates made for the device like 3.5.0_10-1.
i.e., use "-" instead of "."

Apart from this, your TWRP is very good and works fine. Thanks for your contribution to Poco X2 community. :)
 

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twrp-3.5.1_10-2 actually. 😛

But the idea is that the -# gets reset with every major version, and is to document device tree side changes/fixes, so now that it is on 3.5.1_10 it should go back to 3.5.1_10-0. 🙂
3.5.1_10-0 is the current revision of twrp a10 sources, what if it gets some more updates, so will it be 3.5.1_10-1 or it will still remain 3.5.1_10 ?
I am totally new to all these things, please guide me if possible.
 

osm0sis

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3.5.1_10-0 is the current revision of twrp a10 sources, what if it gets some more updates, so will it be 3.5.1_10-1 or it will still remain 3.5.1_10 ?
I am totally new to all these things, please guide me if possible.
TWRP source is the first part, so it would be 3.5.2_10 or 3.6.0_10 when they update it again. What you do for the device tree is the -0 or -1 or -2, etc.

If your previous device tree changes are still sufficient and you have no new fixes when there's a new TWRP release then your device tree revision goes back to -0 until you have something new to fix and do a new device release, at which point it would become -1.

Hope that all makes more sense.
 

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    Hey! I recently installed TWRP and flashed EvoX Android 12. Now TWRP is not showing internal storage and i tried everything but nothing is working. Reinstalled and formatted data too. Please do something asap as i am stuck in the ROM forever this way. Thank You.
    This is because Android 12 sources haven't been released yet, so recoveries are unable to decrypt the storage.

    I got around it by changing filesystem (from Advanced Wipe) of Data partition to ext2 and then back to f2fs, and installed Android 11 ROM.
    But be warned, it will erase all your data!
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    How to do that can you please elaborate in steps. I am using TWRP recovery. I have tried advanced wiping in orange fox recovery, inside the data. But nothing worked.
    1. Go to TWRP -> Wipe -> Advanced Wipe
    2. Select Data partition and click on 'Repair or Change Filesystem'
    3. Change filesystem to ext2
    4. When done, change it back to f2fs
    5. Flash desired ROM from USB or memory card
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    Code:
    *** Disclaimer ***
    
    All flashing is done at your own risk!
    While nothing from this thread should break your device,
    don't come back here blaming anyone if it does!
    Introduction
    Team Win Recovery Project 3.x, or twrp3 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and
    customization in mind. Its a fully touch driven user interface no more volume rocker or power buttons to
    mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and completely theme-able. You can change just about
    every aspect of the look and
    Prerequisites:
    Code:
     . Unlocked Bootloader
    Installation instructions:
    Recovery Install Method:
    Simply download the TWRP-3.5.1_10-0 from twrp website and flash it using fastboot mode, steps are mentioned below
    Fastboot Install Method:
    You will need the platform-tools from the Android SDK on your computer. Download only the platform-tools according to your device to get adb and fastboot binaries.

    On your device, go into Settings -> About and find the Build Number and tap on it 7 times to enable developer settings. Press back and go into Developer Options and enable USB debugging. From your computer, open a command prompt and type
    Code:
    adb reboot bootloader
    You should now be in fastboot mode.

    Download the zip file attached to this thread and copy the recovery.img file into the same folder as your adb and fastboot binaries and type:
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    Code:
    fastboot oem reboot-recovery
    REMEMBER: is important that from fastboot you directly go in TWRP mode or the TWRP will be overwritten.
    Device Changelog
    Version:3.5.1-10-0:
    Initial Official Release
    Version: 3.5.1_10-0-2:
    Upstreamed to 3.5.1_10.0
    Fixed issue related to fs of ext_media
    Fixed issue related to format data
    Version: 3.5.0_10-0-1:
    Fixed Android 11 loop errors
    Version: 3.5.0_10-0:
    Initial Stable version
    Fastbootd Mode Working Fine
    Adb sideload Working Fine
    A11 decryption working Fine
    Nandroid Backup and Restore Working(not tested on miui)
    Downloads
    Official TWRP Website
    My Telegram TWRP Support Group:
    Credits:
    Huge thanks to @Captain_Throwback for his guidences
    Sources
    TWRP: https://github.com/TeamWin/android_bootable_recovery
    Device Tree: https://github.com/TeamWin/android_device_xiaomi_phoenix
    Kernel Tree: https://github.com/MiCode/Xiaomi_Kernel_OpenSource/tree/phoenix-q-oss
    Status: Stable
    TWRP: 3.5.1_10
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    Official TWRP-3.5.1_10-0 is released for phoenixin, phoenix
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    @HimanshuRaj

    Please, correct your naming scheme of TWRP. I am quoting the exact words below that are written in the TWRP website :
    Devices built in the android-10 tree will be suffixed with 10 like 3.5.0_10. Each device tree update will have a final suffix for any updates made for the device like 3.5.0_10-1.
    i.e., use "-" instead of "."

    Apart from this, your TWRP is very good and works fine. Thanks for your contribution to Poco X2 community. :)
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    New build is out, do check it out
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    after formatting data and rebooting to recovery, copying files to device does not work. Internal storage does not show up. i have to reboot to system again to get copy to device working and get internal storage to show up again. this is a bug with every other twrp out there except the LR team one. Hope you fix this bug.
    I have shared a new test build for that
    Join the support group to test it