If you are using Oneplus 8 Pro which has FBEv1 encryption and you are on OOS12 you need to use a recovery whith FBEv1 encryption. My Orangefox Version can only decrypt data on ROMs with FBEv2 encryption.
Oh thank you a lot. How do i find out which FBE version I needIf you are using Oneplus 8 Pro which has FBEv1 encryption and you are on OOS12 you need to use a recovery whith FBEv1 encryption. My Orangefox Version can only decrypt data on ROMs with FBEv2 encryption.
So this one works for OP8Pro OOS12. https://telegra.ph/OrangeFox-OnePlus-8-Pro-11-17
okey then I guess I have to go with the FBEv1 version as you've mentioned above
OKey, and being on a ROM that's based on AOSP, means the firmware is not based on OOS isn't it? So being on a AOSP based ROM there's no way to get OrangeFox workingYes exactly.
I guess the FBEv1 Orangefox Verison for the 8Pro is only for OOS12 based ROMs. That never got updated with OOS13 base afaik.
And if you are on a Android 12 ROM check if it is OOS12 based (or based on old OOS11).
And then you should make sure that you have OOS12 on both slots before flashing any recovery, otherwise you could end up in crashdump mode.
To get the same OOS base on both slots you can flash copy-partitions from recovery or flash my flashable firmware once which will get flashed to both slots.
No the firmware is always based on some OOS Version. AOSP or CLO/CAF has nothing to do with the OOS base.
So OOS 12 was firmware for Android 12, thus every A12+ Custom Rom has a OOS12 firmware right. THough the OOS 12 EXT4 Version of OrangeFox should work rightNo the firmware is always based on some OOS Version. AOSP or CLO/CAF has nothing to do with the OOS base.
So all ROMs for our Oneplus devices are based on a specific OOS base and that OOS firmware base needs to be on both slots before flashing any new recovery and ROM.
And the recovery needs to be on the same OOS base as your phone is on, otherwise touch screen does not work on Orangefox or it does boot into crashdump if you dont have the same OOS base firmware on both slots.
Usually yes but it depends on the ROM dev, so if it is an really old Android 12.x ROM it could be that it is still OOS11 based, but I assume that most Android 12 ROMs now are based on OOS12.
Hm i booted the ext4 OOS12 version, but i got stuck in crashdump mode. Pretty weird
Then I think you dont have OOS12 Firmware on both slots. Try to boot to your ROMs recovery and adb sideload the latest OOS12 firmware from my Firmware flasher link in my signature.
okey, but i got the EU-Model and i guess theres only an IN_firmware version of OOS for the 8 pro
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Data decryption (if you use Oneplus 8 or 8Pro) is only working if the used ROM is using FBEv2 encryption. So my Orangefox Version can only decrypt data on FBEv2 encrypted ROMs not FBEv1.OrangeFox can't decrypt the data partition on my phone using Global OOS v13 January security update. I use OrangeFox-R12.1-OPKONA-V19-Android13.img to boot to recovery to check it.
As result I can't install custom rom without able to see data partition.
I go to Mange Partition and select Data, it shows that it is using f2fs file system. Is this cause? Should I just change file system to ext4?