Development [RECOVERY][UNOFFICIAL] TWRP 3.6.2-11_0 for Denver/Osaka

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d3f4lt99

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My apologies, do I download boot.img or skym3.zip? And flash via TWRP correct? And is there a way to do the flash without TWRP or computer?
skym3.zip is for flashing via TWRP
boot.img is for flashing via fastboot
As for without TWRP or a computer, if your phone is rooted you could use an app like FlashFire to flash either option
 
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Kalel88

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skym3.zip is for flashing via TWRP
boot.img is for flashing via fastboot
As for without TWRP or a computer, if your phone is rooted you could use an app like FlashFire to flash either option
Found out FlashFire probably isn't a good option for flashing since chainfire is no longer doing updates. I used EX Kernel Manger and it did the charm. Thank you very much!
 
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Child's Play

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Why does my phone keep restarting while making a backup of stock ROM? I boot TWRP without flashing it. Does it have to do with permissions or something?
 

d3f4lt99

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You had the same issue? I don't mind flashing TWRP but if I flash it, the touch screen won't work and I'll need to flash the custom kernel, which I don't want to
The kernel seems to be a requirement for the touchscreen once TWRP is actually installed, not sure why but the touchscreen isn't going to work without it, any reason you don't want to install the kernel?
 

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None that ive really seen, task switch will occasionally lag for a second but thats really it, ive been using it for a good few weeks
I can flash back to stock kernel after using custom kernel but I don't know what I need to do because I rooted my phone via Magisk patched boot.img. Do I have to flash stock boot.img first then flash the patched boot.img or do I flash the patched boot.img?
 

d3f4lt99

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I can flash back to stock kernel after using custom kernel but I don't know what I need to do because I rooted my phone via Magisk patched boot.img. Do I have to flash stock boot.img first then flash the patched boot.img or do I flash the patched boot.img?
Id say run the custom kernel boot image through Magisk then flash it
 

d3f4lt99

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There are two ways to flash the custom kernel. Flash skym3.zip through TWRP or flash boot.img through fastboot. Which one did you mean that? If I flash stock kernel, will I lose root?
If you flash the custom kernel boot.img or the stock boot.img it will remove root, the zip flashed through twrp should preserve both root and twrp if I remember correct. I had said that because you had specifically asked about the boot.img, I apologize for any confusion
 

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If you flash the custom kernel boot.img or the stock boot.img it will remove root, the zip flashed through twrp should preserve both root and twrp if I remember correct. I had said that because you had specifically asked about the boot.img, I apologize for any confusion
Ahh! Too late. I just lost root and that's ok. I'm not worried. I'll reflash Magisk but is it safe to flash Magisk.zip instead of the patched boot.img? What I did was flash the custom kernel via fastboot then I flashed TWRP 3.6.2_11-0 by selecting "flash current TWRP" in TWRP. While I'm making a backup, my phone still restarts. Flashing TWRP didn't solve the issue. Is it because I didn't reflash Magisk yet or is it something else?

@Electimon
Could you tell me why I'm having the issue?

Update: Now I know why I'm having the issue. It's a data partition that causes the issue. I made a backup of other partitions except data and it went well. I'm gonna uninstall certain apps then make a backup of data again. I'm back. I uninstalled certain apps and the issue still persisted. I gave up, so I rescued my phone. I rooted it again by flashing Magisk 25.1.zip via TWRP and it went well. Thank you for trying to help me.
 
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Kalel88

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Any ideas on how to flash twrp after booting twrp.img? Would you flash the twrp.img file in twrp or is there a twrp.zip file to use? Also do I have to install to ramdisk?
 

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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 that allows users to install third-party firmware and back up the current system, functions often unsupported by stock recovery images. It is, therefore, often installed when rooting Android devices, although it isn't dependent on a device being rooted to be installed.

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    SourceCode: https://github.com/TeamWin

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