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[RECOVERY][UNOFFICIAL] TWRP 3.5.2 for Xperia 1 II

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Oct 22, 2012
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Disclaimer
Builds are provided AS-IS without warranty or repair. I am not responsible if you brick your device.

About
I was using the existing TWRP build that's been floating around and noticed it had a few issues, so I made a device repo and rebuilt an improved version.

Noteworthy features:
  • English language defaults
  • Added support for microSD
  • Added support for USB storage mounts
  • Added support for userdata encryption
  • Support for MTP and ADB
  • Added backup options for DTBO, verity meta, OEM partitions
Screenshots
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Downloads
Downloads are available at https://github.com/shinyquagsire23/twrp_sony_pdx203/releases/

Flashing
Flashing is only supported on phones which have an unlocked recovery and verified booting disabled!
Code:
#!/bin/bash
# Reboot to fastboot
sudo adb reboot bootloader

# Flash recovery img
sudo fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

# Reboot to recovery
sudo fastboot reboot recovery

Source Code
Source code is uploaded at https://github.com/shinyquagsire23/twrp_sony_pdx203/. I also provided some brief compilation instructions in the README.md for anyone interested.

Special Thanks
Thanks to Sjll for twrp_sony_pdx201, which I based my repository on.
 

Junior-J

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You my friend are a life saver. I installed a magisk module (riru sui) that bootlooped my device. Tried every damn near every option to remove that module...couldn't gain access via ADB as my device was coming up as "unauthorized". I fastboot flashed your twrp successfully....got into file manager and manually removed the module..and my phone booted back up. THANK YOU!
 
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Cheemsdoge

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You my friend are a life saver. I installed a magisk module (riru sui) that bootlooped my device. Tried every damn near every option to remove that module...couldn't gain access via ADB as my device was coming up as "unauthorized". I fastboot flashed your twrp successfully....got into file manager and manually removed the module..and my phone booted back up. THANK YOU!
thats why older Samsung phone running android 7 and lower are considered the safest. they have a inbuilt download mode to recover their software incase of a bootloop. but xperia phones aren't the hardest to root either since they are one of the most used. only problem is that some xperia phones will have their recovery menu and commands etc in chinese/japanese depending where you bought them.
 

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    Seems there is a fix for fastbootd @ https://gerrit.twrp.me/c/android_bootable_recovery/+/2910
    If I have time next week I'll try patch and make PR shinyquagsire23 unless someone does it first..
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    Disclaimer
    Builds are provided AS-IS without warranty or repair. I am not responsible if you brick your device.

    About
    I was using the existing TWRP build that's been floating around and noticed it had a few issues, so I made a device repo and rebuilt an improved version.

    Noteworthy features:
    • English language defaults
    • Added support for microSD
    • Added support for USB storage mounts
    • Added support for userdata encryption
    • Support for MTP and ADB
    • Added backup options for DTBO, verity meta, OEM partitions
    Screenshots
    Screenshot_2021-05-19-21-06-17.png
    Screenshot_2021-05-19-21-06-26.png


    Downloads
    Downloads are available at https://github.com/shinyquagsire23/twrp_sony_pdx203/releases/

    Flashing
    Flashing is only supported on phones which have an unlocked recovery and verified booting disabled!
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    # Reboot to fastboot
    sudo adb reboot bootloader
    
    # Flash recovery img
    sudo fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    
    # Reboot to recovery
    sudo fastboot reboot recovery

    Source Code
    Source code is uploaded at https://github.com/shinyquagsire23/twrp_sony_pdx203/. I also provided some brief compilation instructions in the README.md for anyone interested.

    Special Thanks
    Thanks to Sjll for twrp_sony_pdx201, which I based my repository on.
    2
    Seems there is a fix for fastbootd @ https://gerrit.twrp.me/c/android_bootable_recovery/+/2910
    If I have time next week I'll try patch and make PR shinyquagsire23 unless someone does it first..
    1
    Thank you, I will be testing this weekend.
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    Very cool, thanks for sharing.
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    You my friend are a life saver. I installed a magisk module (riru sui) that bootlooped my device. Tried every damn near every option to remove that module...couldn't gain access via ADB as my device was coming up as "unauthorized". I fastboot flashed your twrp successfully....got into file manager and manually removed the module..and my phone booted back up. THANK YOU!