Development [RECOVERY] [UNOFFICIAL] TeamWin Recovery Project [3.7.0][A12-13]

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mzcl-mn

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Hello, I am wondering what might I have done wrong in regard to an event that was happening with my courbet and that I don't understand why it was 'acting like that'...

Is there any difference between the two suggested TWRP recovery flashing commands provided?

fastboot boot <recovery.img file>

and:

fastboot flash recovery <recovery.img file> ?

The 'otherwise unexplainable' events that I've noticed were, TWRP being booted every so often (in a random pattern) while trying to boot the system from ('go figure') other recoveries (like OrangeFox).

I had flashed TWRP before trying out OrangeFox. (And, I had tried to use both of those provided fastboot commands. Could that be the source of my issues with that TWRP 'persistence'?

I've sought (googled) for this issue for a while, so I apologize for the inconvenience if this is addressed somewhere else.

Summing up:

Why was there a TWRP persistence, and why did it 'come up' / boot 'at its own will'?

Thank you very much for any information!

Besides, thank you very much for your work!

Cheers!
 

Lollauser

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Hello, I am wondering what might I have done wrong in regard to an event that was happening with my courbet and that I don't understand why it was 'acting like that'...

Is there any difference between the two suggested TWRP recovery flashing commands provided?

fastboot boot <recovery.img file>

and:

fastboot flash recovery <recovery.img file> ?

The 'otherwise unexplainable' events that I've noticed were, TWRP being booted every so often (in a random pattern) while trying to boot the system from ('go figure') other recoveries (like OrangeFox).

I had flashed TWRP before trying out OrangeFox. (And, I had tried to use both of those provided fastboot commands. Could that be the source of my issues with that TWRP 'persistence'?

I've sought (googled) for this issue for a while, so I apologize for the inconvenience if this is addressed somewhere else.

Summing up:

Why was there a TWRP persistence, and why did it 'come up' / boot 'at its own will'?

Thank you very much for any information!

Besides, thank you very much for your work!

Cheers!

Sorry I don't completely understand the issue, but the fastboot commands you listed do two different things:

fastboot boot <recovery.img file>
This load and boot a recovery image from your pc, without flashing (and thus changing) anything on the phone

fastboot flash recovery <recovery.img file>
This one install (flash) the recovery in the recovery partition on your phone, replacing the stock one ore the one you already had
This is generally speaking, then if you reboot your phone to stock system, the custom recovery may still be overwritten by the default one (our Courbet works that way), but this is not your problem i guess
 

mzcl-mn

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Sorry I don't completely understand the issue, but the fastboot commands you listed do two different things:

fastboot boot <recovery.img file>
This load and boot a recovery image from your pc, without flashing (and thus changing) anything on the phone

fastboot flash recovery <recovery.img file>
This one install (flash) the recovery in the recovery partition on your phone, replacing the stock one ore the one you already had
This is generally speaking, then if you reboot your phone to stock system, the custom recovery may still be overwritten by the default one (our Courbet works that way), but this is not your problem i guess
Hello @Lollauser , thank you for your answer. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear.

Basically, my issue is that I am greeted with TWRP recovery whenever I try to boot the system. This happens, usually, but unexpectedly, whenever I flash xiaomi.eu ROM. Which makes me wonder why. Could it be that xiaomi.eu ROM flashes some particular TWRP version whenever that ROM gets flashed? I came here so that I could see if my issue with xiaomi.eu ROM is particular of mine or not. I figured, for instance, that, since the TWRP version that I get whenever I flash xiaomi.eu ROM is the one from this thread I am posting on right now and that you are reading, this might be the right place to ask for advice.

I hope this time I made myself a little bit clearer...

Cheers.

'See you later', hopefully.
 

Lollauser

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Hello @Lollauser , thank you for your answer. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear.

Basically, my issue is that I am greeted with TWRP recovery whenever I try to boot the system. This happens, usually, but unexpectedly, whenever I flash xiaomi.eu ROM. Which makes me wonder why. Could it be that xiaomi.eu ROM flashes some particular TWRP version whenever that ROM gets flashed? I came here so that I could see if my issue with xiaomi.eu ROM is particular of mine or not. I figured, for instance, that, since the TWRP version that I get whenever I flash xiaomi.eu ROM is the one from this thread I am posting on right now and that you are reading, this might be the right place to ask for advice.

I hope this time I made myself a little bit clearer...

Cheers.

'See you later', hopefully.
I'm sorry but i never used xiaomi.eu and i don't know well how it's working, maybe by flashing it (fastboot version?) it flashes also twrp, in a way that is not compatible with a later flashing of different recovery?
Or maybe you made something wrong in flashing recovery (orange or twrp) and it ended in a wrong partition, other than recovery one.
I'm sorry but i'm no developer :(

One thing you can do to get rid of the issue, is flashing a stock fastboot rom with official miflash. That will erase everything and bring your phone to factory state, then you can do your flashing again by scratch.
 

HerH2

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Hello @Lollauser , thank you for your answer. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear.

Basically, my issue is that I am greeted with TWRP recovery whenever I try to boot the system. This happens, usually, but unexpectedly, whenever I flash xiaomi.eu ROM. Which makes me wonder why. Could it be that xiaomi.eu ROM flashes some particular TWRP version whenever that ROM gets flashed? I came here so that I could see if my issue with xiaomi.eu ROM is particular of mine or not. I figured, for instance, that, since the TWRP version that I get whenever I flash xiaomi.eu ROM is the one from this thread I am posting on right now and that you are reading, this might be the right place to ask for advice.

I hope this time I made myself a little bit clearer...

Cheers.

'See you later', hopefully.
Hi, I think what you're talking about. if you flashed EU 13.0.9.0 and/or later than that it will start twrp again. I understand that it is solved using the boot.img from EU 13.0.8.0.
 

Lollauser

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Xiaomi Mi 4C
Trying to flash nikgapps for android 13 on top of latest crDroid rom
Installation fails because of a not enough storage error, so I need to resize System partition.
But I don't have that partition in the list of wipable ones, and i can't find the way to mount it.
Is it not possible with this 3.0.7 on Android 13?
 

p1lo

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So... I'm on my Courbet, with old TWRP 3.6.0 and xiaomi.eu 12.5.
Could I'll update to TWRP-3.7.0-courbet-ygherna.img quietly?

Try to update to 3.7.0, but can't unlock phone with pattern.
Flash the 3.6.1, it is back, unlock pattern work
 
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    Introduction:

    Team Win Recovery Project or TWRP for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. We started from the ground up by taking AOSP recovery and loading it with the standard recovery options, then added a lot of our own features. It's 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 feel.

    Key Features:

    Touchscreen driven with real buttons and drag-to-scroll
    XML-based GUI that allows full customization of the layout true theming!
    Settings are saved to the sdcard and persist through reboots
    Ability to choose which partitions to back up and which to restore
    Ability to choose to compress backups now with pigz (multi-core processor support for faster compression times)
    Onscreen keyboard
    Easy selection of internal/external storage

    In addition to the above new features, TWRP features a scripting engine that allows an app to send commands to the recovery for the recovery to perform during startup. We call this scripting engine OpenRecoveryScript. This engine will be put to use immediately in the GooManager app. GooManager will be able to install recoveries automatically for most supported devices. The app will also let you choose to install multiple zips from within Android, wipe, and run a backup.

    We are looking for other talented developers, themers, and device maintainers if they are interested in helping with a free, open source project.

    Source Code:

    GitHub - https://github.com/TeamWin/android_bootable_recovery

    Gerrit Instance - http://gerrit.twrp.me

    Hi, This is an alpha build of TWRP, for Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G (courbet)​

    What's Working?​

    * MTP
    * USB OTG / SD card
    * Decryption

    * Backup and restore
    * Vibration
    * ADB sideload

    How´s install?:​

    * Download file.
    * Use adb fastboot tools
    * Device fastboot mode.
    * fastboot flash recovery name_of_recovery.img
    or fastboot boot name_of_recovery.img


    Source DT
    Telegram Group: https://t.me/mi11litechat
    Download : https://sourceforge.net/projects/twrp-youngherna/files/
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    New update!

    *Fixed ADB Sideload.
    *Fixed vibration.
    *Fixed decryption on stock while flashed.
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    Checked. Works.
    I've successfully flashed Xiaomi.eu ROM with this recovery.

    Thank You HerH2
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