try flashing multidisabler again, no need to format data again if you flashed multidisabler and formatted previously.
Gracias Sí, funcionó para mí. Ya tengo el bloqueo de pantalla activo.
more information is needed, do you mean when you plug the headphones in that they become disconnected after a while ?
if that model number is accurate you're in the wrong thread.
@Svan987 this version works fine on the SM-G780G. I meant you shouldn't expect it to be "fixed" to accommodate your phone more.
everyone will have folders and files with scrambled names until they flash multidisabler and format data. if you boot into TWRP before flashing multidisabler your external memory card doesn't work because it just doesn't, your internal memory will be encrypted and useless (for the time being), the only thing you could use is OTG in TWRP.
EDIT: General Observation...
what threw me off the first time was that after flashing multidisabler on a magisk patched system the onscreen log in TWRP says your device appears to be android 16. hopefully that's just down to file system encryption giving bad info.
Thanks for the details,
So in order for me to summarize and to double check if i understand correctly,
Right now i have Magisk only with the stock recovery ( Filesystem is encrypted normally )
I want to add TWRP without formatting or losing the data and i am accepting to have it working only on USB OTG ( i have a usb type C and type A flash )
I want to have TWRP mainly for bootloop safety precaution ( that can be caused from LSposed or a Magisk module )
Is it possible to Flash TWRP ( suing the userdata in Odin ) along with the same session of Patched Maigsk AP + Home CSC + BL + CP ?
then Enter TWRP and then Flash multidisabler and then reboot to OS and that's it
( from the above i understood that flashing mulitdisabler without format is the source of issues )
If not possible then is there a workaround to Flash same above process but flash Stock AP instead of Magisk patched one then from TWRP flash multidisabler then Magisk ( again without format but the difference this time that multidisabler is flashed over a stock AP )
Thanks for your assistance in advance
I understand that to get full value then removing encryption is the better solutionif you're already rooted you don't even need to touch Odin or a PC, Flashify or a kernel app with flash capabilities will do for recovery, some people even successfully the old TWRP app to flash recovery.
you could flash TWRP and then multidisabler from TWRP without formatting but as I understand it you might not be able to use TWRP at all because of the encryption still being present.
if you're already rooted get a memory card, a decent root file browser (X-Plore is excellent) and download OAndBackupX via F-Droid. there's only the settings you like to do again, everything else can be moved or backed up.
there's no value in not going the whole way. use the root that you have to backup, then use it to flash the recovery image from that's inside the zip. flash multidisabler and then format JUST DATA. root will still be there once you install magisk manager again, but you might need to update it.
ask in the multidisabler thread about editing the update script.I understand that to get full value then removing encryption is the better solution
However no time at all for now and will delay the step for now
I have opened the update binary file for the multidisabler on notepad++ and saw what it do, it does a lot including the FBE ( file based encryption) along with some stuff i am not aware about like wsw and bluetooth patch etc
One of its jobs is removing the restoration of stock recovery
This is the only command set i need to preserve TWRP and not touch the encryption at all to keep the system intact
I am not sure if i edited the file and removed all lines and keep only the part of removing restoration of stock reovery that it will be accepted by TWRP as i am not expert in line coding
Can you or anyone provide a file just for this purpose or a disabler that doesnot apply any encryption modification ?
Or is there a manual way from the OS since i am rooted to remove the stock recovery image ( or replace it with twrp one ) such that when OS start replacing it then i would have tricked it
Simple just flash TWRP with Odin the day you got a bootloop.Yes probably ( though a lot in this thread saying they are backing an resorting via OTG but they didnot say they are encrypted or not )
Again my main goal is for me to able to flash magisk uninstaller incase of a bootloop and not backing up for now.
If i have a bootloop for any reason now then i would be stuck without a twrp
I installed on this model TWRP look like working. I did a factory reset from TWRP and format data with flashing "multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip". When you plug your phone on PC in TWRP it's a recognized as 5G model.
Thanx a lot so nuts i was with system files fat32. Just did bakcup of "super" with usb-otg formatted with exFat format. Thanx a lot.@Svan987 some of those partitions really don't need backing up as they never be over written. I had a similar issue because the flash drive I used was formatted to VFAT which has a maximum file size of 4gb. backup anything you need off the drive and format it too Ext4 or something else that'll take the bigger files.
* Your warranty is now void. * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or your getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
- Run multidisabler again!.
multidisableragain. will see
- Finished.when done.
To disable encryption manually:
You need to replace fileencryption=ice with encryptable=ice only in userdata line (maybe rest lines) in vendor/etc/fstab.qcom
To avoid stock recovery restoration manually:
Rename system/recovery-from-boot.p to recovery-from-boot.p.bak
I will start working on the new kernel source soon.@afaneh92 just checking in to ask what if any sources to you want / need to help you ?
I'm on the Samsung open source site now and downloading a zip for G781BXXU2CUD1 but I've no idea if it's kernel sources inside (280mbs ish). another page I saw here mentioned using the inquiry tab to submit a request.
if you can tell me exactly what you want I'll more than happily put in a request for it, I'm sure others would too.
I'll edit this later and add the zip files full name that I've downloaded and if you want that I'll put it mediafire or similar.
SM-G781B_SEA_RR_Opensource.zip is the archive name, taken from clicking on G781BXXU2CUD1 which matches my current baseband and buildnumberView attachment 5299763
I'll do my best still testing everything compiling my data etc