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[Recovery][UNOFFICIAL][ROOT][C710F]TWRP 3.2.1-0 For J7 Plus[JadeLTE]

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Albe96

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Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP), is an open-source software custom recovery image for Android-based devices.It provides a touchscreen-enabled interface which allows users to install third-party firmware and backup the current system, which are often unsupported by stock recovery images.It is, therefore, often installed when rooting Android devices.

What's new in 3.2.1-0:

* minui fixes (cryptomilk)
* Better android-8.0 compatibility in ROM trees (Dees_Troy)
* Fix missing library in android-8.0 (nkk71)
* Fix inconsistent SDCard naming (DevUt)
* Default to TWRP restore instead of adb backup restore to fix restore on fresh TWRP boot.

Downloads:
TWRP For J7 Plus

Installation:

•In your ROM, go to Settings -> About device. Tap 7 times on Build number to enable Developer options.
•Now go to Settings -> Developer options. (above About device).
•You need to enable OEM unlock, otherwise you might end up with boot problems or be unable to flash later on.
•Extract Odin_3.10.7.zip to your computer.
•Install Samsung Mobile Phone Drivers for Odin to find your device.
•Download .tar image of TWRP For J7 Plus.
•Reboot your device into Download mode. To do this, select reboot from the power menu and hold the [Volume Down] + [Home] buttons while your device reboots.
•Once you reach the Download mode warning screen, press [Volume Up] to continue.
•Open Odin and place that TWRP tar file in the [AP] slot without touching any other options, then press [Start].
•Hold [Volume Up] + [Home] buttons near the end of the flash, and keep holding them until you are in recovery.

To disable forced encryption and mount internal storage(/DATA):
(Note this MUST be flashed after SuperSU if you intend to root)

1. Boot to TWRP
2. Format Data partition using FORMAT DATA button under Wipe options.
(Note: This will wipe the internal storage)
3. Check DATA is mountable.
4. Install SuperSU (if root is required)
5. Install Boot Image Patch below.
6. Reboot

Boot Image Patch
No_DM_Verity_Patcher_By-ashyx

Hit Thanks If You Like It! :good:

XDA:DevDB Information
TWRP 3.2.1-0 For J7 Plus, Tool/Utility for the Android General

Contributors
Albe96
Source Code: https://github.com/Albe96XDA/android_device_samsung_jadelte-TWRP


Version Information
Status: Alpha

Created 2018-06-20
Last Updated 2018-06-25
 

Recreation01

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Thank you so much

I had been waiting years for a TWRP for J7 Plus. Thank you so much. idk if this works or not but I will give it a shot once I reach home. Thanks again. Btw how do i use the verity patcher?
 
Jun 30, 2018
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Questions

1. Do we still need to reflash the boot image after booting to twrp again to avoid encryption?
2. Where do we need to put the boot img and magisk/superSU files if we're going to wipe the data, won't that be deleted as well hence with the internal storage?
3. Lastly, will the sd card be read? Because in the other twrps I've tried both internal and extsd will not read or not mountable.
Hope you'll respond ASAP
Thank you :eek:
 

Albe96

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1. Do we still need to reflash the boot image after booting to twrp again to avoid encryption?
2. Where do we need to put the boot img and magisk/superSU files if we're going to wipe the data, won't that be deleted as well hence with the internal storage?
3. Lastly, will the sd card be read? Because in the other twrps I've tried both internal and extsd will not read or not mountable.
Hope you'll respond ASAP
Thank you :eek:

Did you flash no verity boot image patch after flashing twrp and before booting back to rom? You gotta flash that. :)
 

Recreation01

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May 29, 2016
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1. Do we still need to reflash the boot image after booting to twrp again to avoid encryption?
2. Where do we need to put the boot img and magisk/superSU files if we're going to wipe the data, won't that be deleted as well hence with the internal storage?
3. Lastly, will the sd card be read? Because in the other twrps I've tried both internal and extsd will not read or not mountable.
Hope you'll respond ASAP
Thank you :eek:

1. No
2/3. SD Card can be read but I can't mount it on a USB. You might want to backup all your data.

---------- Post added at 12:09 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:08 PM ----------

Btw can you develop roms for this device? I am sure many of us will be hype
 

Albe96

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1. No
2/3. SD Card can be read but I can't mount it on a USB. You might want to backup all your data.

---------- Post added at 12:09 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:08 PM ----------

Btw can you develop roms for this device? I am sure many of us will be hype
First off all I wanna know if TWRP is working or not? Secondly I don't own this device to work for it either I can but you have to provide logs(will be irritable).And I don't see many people for whom I can work.I mean these days,nobody like mediatek chipset devices...


Maybe you didn't set RW permission that's why USB can't mount ?
 

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    gsmarena_001.jpg
    Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP), is an open-source software custom recovery image for Android-based devices.It provides a touchscreen-enabled interface which allows users to install third-party firmware and backup the current system, which are often unsupported by stock recovery images.It is, therefore, often installed when rooting Android devices.

    What's new in 3.2.1-0:

    * minui fixes (cryptomilk)
    * Better android-8.0 compatibility in ROM trees (Dees_Troy)
    * Fix missing library in android-8.0 (nkk71)
    * Fix inconsistent SDCard naming (DevUt)
    * Default to TWRP restore instead of adb backup restore to fix restore on fresh TWRP boot.

    Downloads:
    TWRP For J7 Plus

    Installation:

    •In your ROM, go to Settings -> About device. Tap 7 times on Build number to enable Developer options.
    •Now go to Settings -> Developer options. (above About device).
    •You need to enable OEM unlock, otherwise you might end up with boot problems or be unable to flash later on.
    •Extract Odin_3.10.7.zip to your computer.
    •Install Samsung Mobile Phone Drivers for Odin to find your device.
    •Download .tar image of TWRP For J7 Plus.
    •Reboot your device into Download mode. To do this, select reboot from the power menu and hold the [Volume Down] + [Home] buttons while your device reboots.
    •Once you reach the Download mode warning screen, press [Volume Up] to continue.
    •Open Odin and place that TWRP tar file in the [AP] slot without touching any other options, then press [Start].
    •Hold [Volume Up] + [Home] buttons near the end of the flash, and keep holding them until you are in recovery.

    To disable forced encryption and mount internal storage(/DATA):
    (Note this MUST be flashed after SuperSU if you intend to root)

    1. Boot to TWRP
    2. Format Data partition using FORMAT DATA button under Wipe options.
    (Note: This will wipe the internal storage)
    3. Check DATA is mountable.
    4. Install SuperSU (if root is required)
    5. Install Boot Image Patch below.
    6. Reboot

    Boot Image Patch
    No_DM_Verity_Patcher_By-ashyx

    Hit Thanks If You Like It! :good:

    XDA:DevDB Information
    TWRP 3.2.1-0 For J7 Plus, Tool/Utility for the Android General

    Contributors
    Albe96
    Source Code: https://github.com/Albe96XDA/android_device_samsung_jadelte-TWRP


    Version Information
    Status: Alpha

    Created 2018-06-20
    Last Updated 2018-06-25
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    Hello OP any update regarding my problem? Hehe

    Ehm,got no time to check.I would need some helps from you guys to check all things all over again.So I'll knock you for that.
    At last! Successfully flash TWRP via ODIN, boot to TWRP, format DATA, flash Magisk, flash No DM-Verity Patcher and boot up. Flash Xposed Framework with no error too! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
    Wew.Enjoy buddy!
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    Nvm finally found a solution to it. Just format your sd card to fat32 and you're all good. Thanks