It looks like you triggered Samsung's VaultKeeper "feature" during the reboot between flashes. You've can connect to the Internet and enable Developer Options immediately after OEM setup to prevent that. Do a search for more details.I'm having issues flashing TWRP on the SM-T510:
Thanks. Yesterday I had suspected that, after seeing some of your old replies. I am trying related steps again now.It looks like you triggered Samsung's VaultKeeper "feature" during the reboot between flashes. You've can connect to the Internet and enable Developer Options immediately after OEM setup to prevent that. Do a search for more details.
Personally, I just prefer to skip OEM setup and hold Vol Up & Down after reboot to immediately return to Download mode to flash TWRP. Then in TWRP you can install Multidisabler to disable VaultKeeper for real.
hey so I'm new to this whole thing and I have a few questions
After @geiti94 and @ianmacd started the ball rolling for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series (Exynos 9820), it was really only a matter of time until we could do the same for the 2019 Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (Exynos 7904). The kernel source was released last May, allowing me to build a custom kernel with many of the problematic Knox security features disabled. What's posted below is a work in progress, but it should suffice to unblock efforts to build custom ROMs for this impressive tablet.
- The current process requires you to reset to factory defaults to remove file-based encryption. Remember to backup your data!
- Custom kernels are specific to OEM releases, and rely on the latest posted kernel source (T510XXU4BUA1).
- This is unofficial and unsupported, so the usual caveats apply. Since we don't flash the bootloader, you should be able recover from any problems...but nothing is guaranteed.
- Support for file-based encryption
- Updated to TWRP 3.5.2 release built from android-9.0 branch.
- Updated to T510XXU4BUA1 posted kernel source.
- Updated to TWRP 3.5.1 release built from android-9.0 branch.
- Updated to T510XXU3BTK1 posted kernel source.
- Updated to TWRP 3.5.0 release built from android-9.0 branch.
- Updated to TWRP v3.4.0 source
- Updated to latest custom kernel
- Updated to latest custom kernel
- Switched to .img file for installation from TWRP
- Fixed hang on splash with encrypted user data partition
- Added OTA update (.zip) for installation from TWRP
- Fixed MTP support in a way that supports Magisk
- Fixed MTP support
- Included boot image with custom kernel
- Deprecated separate NoKnox releases
- Changed system partition mount point to /system_root
- Fixed screen brightness control
- Restored screen timeout
From OEM stock firmware:
From existing TWRP install: (No need for data wipe.)
- Unlock bootloader
- Hold Vol Up & Vol Down buttons during restart to enter Download mode
- Install TWRP to AP with Odin
- Hold Power & Vol Up buttons during restart to enter TWRP recovery
- Install latest Multidisabler from TWRP
- Wipe->Format Data
- Reboot to system
- Hold Power & Vol Up during restart to enter TWRP recovery
- Tap Install->Install Image, select your image (.img) file, pick Recovery partition, and then swipe to install
- Reboot to system
What about rooting with Magisk?
- Your support is always appreciated! Just click here.
hey so i am a dumbass and don't understand any of thisHi,
I'm having issues flashing TWRP on the SM-T510:
Settings/About/Android version: SM-T510; Android 10;...
I did the unlock bootloader properly.
Then I did use odin3_v3.13.3, to flash the sammy firmware for my version (AUT-T510XXS5BUC4-20210421105041)
(I even tried Odin3 v3.14.1.exe after)
There were three things:
That went ok.
Then I try again odin to flash twrp-3.5.2_9-0-T510XXU4BUA1-20210508.tar.md5 to AP.
It gives me:
<ID:0/004> Get PIT for mapping..
<ID:0/004> Firmware update start..
<ID:0/004> NAND Write Start!!
<ID:0/004> RQT_CLOSE !!
<ID:0/004> Complete(Write) operation failed.
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 0 / failed 1)
First of all, the T510 is an "economy class" tablet. It is NOT meant to compete with iPads and anyone expecting one to replace an iPad for gaming is going to be sadly disappointed. Second, rooting and installing a custom ROM requires many steps and if you get a single step wrong, it isn't going to work. The first step is to check what version of the stock ROM your tablet has. If it is later than BUA1, then you are flat out of luck.hey so i am a dumbass and don't understand any of this
so basically your sm-t510 had kernel version t510xxs5buc4
and you flashed the twrp for kernel t510xxu4bua1 right?
i just want to flash a lineage rom and root my tablet for gaming .
any guide or advice.
(I am a prof. codm player and recently broke my iPad and have to manage with the smt-510
and the world cup codm stage 2 is starting so I need to boost performance asap)
any help/advice would really be appreciated
So how do I checkFirst of all, the T510 is an "economy class" tablet. It is NOT meant to compete with iPads and anyone expecting one to replace an iPad for gaming is going to be sadly disappointed. Second, rooting and installing a custom ROM requires many steps and if you get a single step wrong, it isn't going to work. The first step is to check what version of the stock ROM your tablet has. If it is later than BUA1, then you are flat out of luck.