[RECOVERY][UNOFFICIAL] TWRP 3.5.2_10 for Moto G 5G (kiev)

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Sorry for the stupid question, I'm newbie. Will this TWRP for Moto G51 (cypfq XT2171)?
 

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    Sorry for the stupid question, I'm newbie. Will this TWRP for Moto G51 (cypfq XT2171)?
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    DISCLAIMER: I'm not responsible if you brick or damage your phone in any way by using this recovery. It is always advisable to fully backup your phone before playing around with recoveries, custom roms and similar stuff.

    What has been tested and works:

    - Touchscreen
    - Installing flashable zips
    - Flashing images
    - Flashing the recovery itself
    - Creating backups (to internal storage, sdcard or OTG)
    - Restoring from backups
    - Terminal
    - adb
    - Rebooting to system, recovery, bootloader, ...

    That doesn't mean that other things don't work. It just means they weren't tested yet. As I proceed with testing I will update the above list.

    Usage (without flashing)
    Bash:
    # boot to bootloader
    adb reboot bootloader
    
    # boot to recovery
    fastboot boot twrp-3.5.2_10-kiev.img

    If you want to flash you have 2 options
    Bash:
    # boot to bootloader
    adb reboot bootloader
    
    # ********* OPTION 1  *********
    # Flash to active slot (replace <slot> with either a or b, depending on the current active slot).
    # Of course, you can flash to both by first specifying a and then b.
    fastboot flash recovery_<slot> twrp-3.5.2_10-kiev.img
    
    # ********* OPTION 2  *********
    # boot to recovery
    fastboot boot twrp-3.5.2_10-kiev.img
    
    # Once in the recovery, copy the twrp image file to your internal storage
    adb push twrp-3.5.2_10-kiev.img /sdcard/Download
    
    # Then go to Install, then Install image, select the twrp image you pushed before.
    # Then select the Recovery partition and swipe to confirm.
    # Before swiping you will have the option to decide if you want to flash to both slots.

    Download: google drive

    Sources will be posted in due time and this post will be updated accordingly.

    Built for: Motorola Moto G 5G (Motorla One 5G Ace)
    My model: XT2113-3 (kiev)

    Credits 👏🙏
    To the guys over here for the device tree, especially to SyberHexen for providing me with useful information.
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    Why's it seem like some people make it so hard?

    I did
    adb reboot bootloader
    fastboot devices
    fastboot flash recovery_a twrp.img
    fastboot flash recovery_b twrp.img
    Fastboot reboot recovery

    Flashed find everything works! At least that I've noticed and ran through as of yet. Great work thank you
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    I use LTE/4G sim only and i recieve texts fine. Altough it might be because of sim as you said.

    Here are the few sites i gathered and read that might help you solve this :

    Link 1
    Link 2
    Link 3

    It looks like it has something to do with your carrier settings/CDMA-less when you change your phone.Try contacting your carrier.
    If nothing works, replace your sim with new one i guess.
    This fixed my problem. I contacted Verizon and they enabled the setting. Did it all through their chat feature on their website. Off to root it again.
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    I still did not have texting after using LMSA and I think I may know why: My previous phone is not 5G so I am using the standard LTE SIM card. This new phone, the XT2113-2, is 5G and I'm thinking I may need a new SIM card in order to use it. Does this make sense to anyone else? (and I apologize in advance if I am late to the parade with this info)
    I use LTE/4G sim only and i recieve texts fine. Altough it might be because of sim as you said.

    Here are the few sites i gathered and read that might help you solve this :

    Link 1
    Link 2
    Link 3

    It looks like it has something to do with your carrier settings/CDMA-less when you change your phone.Try contacting your carrier.
    If nothing works, replace your sim with new one i guess.
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    Tested on my Moto G 5G XT2113-3. Seems to work properly. Good job. Awaiting to flash it.