[RECOVERY] - [UNOFFICIAL] TWRP gauguin - Dhollmen

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tuxafgmur

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same effect, it doesn't ask for a PIN thus it doesn't decrypt the data partition.

I assume that neither the test one nor the Miui variant works.
I downloaded that Rom yesterday to give it a look and, in my opinion, it should work with the Miui variant.
I have noticed that on some devices with Miui, depending on the release in which /data was formatted is different the right recovery.
I've, for now, no other solution and can't install ArrowOS to experiment. :(
 
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Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite
I assume that neither the test one nor the Miui variant works.
I downloaded that Rom yesterday to give it a look and, in my opinion, it should work with the Miui variant.
I have noticed that on some devices with Miui, depending on the release in which /data was formatted is different the right recovery.
I've, for now, no other solution and can't install ArrowOS to experiment. :(
propbably it's just an issue that I'm using vanilla with microG, so it didn't ask me for a PIN at first boot.
 

meltbanana

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I assume that neither the test one nor the Miui variant works.
I downloaded that Rom yesterday to give it a look and, in my opinion, it should work with the Miui variant.
I have noticed that on some devices with Miui, depending on the release in which /data was formatted is different the right recovery.
I've, for now, no other solution and can't install ArrowOS to experiment. :(
awesome, you're 100% spot-on.
the MIUI version works!

👏thanks a lot.
 

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I concluded that custom roms (without Miui) are unable to decrypt /data with this recovery.
Checking LineageOS and ArrowOS, it seems that they use a different encryption mode than Miui.
I haven't found how to check on Twrp booting what encryption mode /data uses and adjust to it.
Therefore, I have uploaded another release for non Miui devices.

Twrp 3.7.0.3F Not Miui - 2022.11.25

Not tested by myself, I don't know if it decrypts fine.
sorry bro already done
 

tuxafgmur

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Is it normal that your recovery can't decrypt miui.eu with android 11 ?

I don't know. For android 11, I was using the stock Miui EAA and stock recovery.

The first Twrp release was for xiaomi.eu stable 13.0.6.0 and weekly from that moment.

Are you still using an ancient Miui version?
 
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I don't know. For android 11, I was using the stock Miui EAA and stock recovery.

The first Twrp release was for xiaomi.eu stable 13.0.6.0 and weekly from that moment.

Are you still using an ancient Miui version?
Yep, will update to miui13 soon™.
Use OrangeFox Official.
It's my current recovery. Can I flash miui13 via this recovery without losing date? I have never done android version upgrade before.
 

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Yep, will update to miui13 soon™.

It's my current recovery. Can I flash miui13 via this recovery without losing date? I have never done android version upgrade before.

I believe @Camerado's advice will be correct.

Just because a recovery cannot decrypt /data does not mean that it cannot update the system.

However, in my opinion, you could evaluate the possibility of doing an installation from scratch, saving only your data (not by backup of installed settings and apps) and then, later, copy this data back to the device.

In this case I would install 13.0.6.0 release by fastboot as first installation (deleting data).
Then I would install the latest Twrp and then update (from runing system) to the latest stable by Ota.

A heavy and laborious process, but that leaves the device as new.
 
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Hi,
i have a problem during backup of data, i'm getting "createTarFork() process ended with ERROR: 255"
MI10t lite, MIUI Global 13.0.8 and Twrp 3.7.0.3F Miui - 2022.11.25
TWRP is also not asking password at startup, is it normal?
anyone fixed this?
thanks
 

tuxafgmur

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Hi,
i have a problem during backup of data, i'm getting "createTarFork() process ended with ERROR: 255"
MI10t lite, MIUI Global 13.0.8 and Twrp 3.7.0.3F Miui - 2022.11.25
TWRP is also not asking password at startup, is it normal?
anyone fixed this?
thanks

Test with previous TWRP release .
If not asking for pin/password you can't do a backup. /Data partition must be decrypted in order to do so.
 

calrloca

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Test with previous TWRP release .
If not asking for pin/password you can't do a backup. /Data partition must be decrypted in order to do so.
Thank you so much, but it doesn't work, i tested all recent releases
now i also tried deleting my password so it's not required anymore, but still the same error,
i had the "createTarFork() process ended with ERROR: 255" in a previous version, and i found a working solution online, but i don't recall where...
 

tuxafgmur

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Thank you so much, but it doesn't work, i tested all recent releases
now i also tried deleting my password so it's not required anymore, but still the same error,
i had the "createTarFork() process ended with ERROR: 255" in a previous version, and i found a working solution online, but i don't recall where...

I think this error is related to /data partition not decrypted.
 

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    Did an upgrade same as always, ram booted the TWRP, manual flashed EU, no problems.
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    Hi,
    the "not-miui" version does not decrypt LineageOS-19.1 (it does not ask for any decryption key).

    Will there be any hope for a version, which will be able to decrypt LOS?

    Many thanks for this work.
    samhhmobil
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    I disabled fingerprints and PIN/Password, so the phone was "open", without any key.

    Then I tried:
    Twrp_3.6.2.1A-R3_gauguin_Dhollmen
    Twrp_3.6.2.1A-R4_gauguin_Dhollmen
    Twrp_3.7.0.3F_gauguin_Not-Miui_Dhollmen
    Twrp_3.7.0.4G_gauguin_Miui_Dhollmen

    Without any decryption key, TWRP should be able to decrypt /data without asking for a key, but everything in /sdcard remains encrypted, independent of which TWRP-image is used.

    And — of course — even with PIN again it doesn't ask for it and doesn't decrypt /data.

    The phone is running LineageOS 19.1, build from 9th January 2023.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks a lot,
    samhhmobil


    Can you test this release ?
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    Disclaimer:

    The use and installation of this software product is at the exclusive responsibility of the user.​
    I am not responsible for any damage that may occur to your device resulting from the use of this software.​
    This software product is "as is". Its first goal is to allow the xiaomi.eu Rom be installed via recovery.​
    If you have any doubts regarding the above lines, you should not use or install it.

    Recovery:

    Unofficial release 3.7.0 for Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite and Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G devices.
    Status : Stable
    Version : 3.7.0.4G
    Release Date : 2022.12.26
    Features:
    Android 12 decryption​
    Android 13 decryption (Not tested by myself)​
    Flashing​
    Adb​
    Otg (Not tested by myself)​
    Mtp​
    Backup / Restore to / from microSD​
    Backup / Restore through adb​
    Sideload​
    Device boot Logo changer​
    Magisk tools and theme from @ Brigudav (Not tested by myself)​

    Note:
    I concluded that custom roms (without Miui) are unable to decrypt /data with this recovery.
    Checking LineageOS and ArrowOS, it seems that they use a different encryption mode than Miui.
    I haven't found how to check on Twrp booting what encryption mode /data uses and adjust to it.
    Therefore, I have uploaded another release for non Miui devices.
    Can't tested by myself, I don't know if it decrypts fine.
    However, it is likely the Miui variant will work correctly on the rest.


    Downloads:




    Installation:

    Updating this Twrp release:
    Downloaded to phone:
    Click on Install and locate the .zip file.
    Downloaded to PC (no need to copy it to the phone):
    On phone:
    start install via ADB (sideload).
    On PC execute:
    adb sideload file_name.zip

    Try without installing: (does not alter the phone unless you want to do)
    Extract recovery.img from .zip file downloaded
    Enter fastboot mode.
    Execute:
    fastboot boot recovery.img

    Installing this for the first time:

    Your bootloader must be open.
    Extract recovery.img from downloaded .zip file.
    Enter fastboot mode
    Execute:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    Credits:
    5
    New release 3.6.2.1B uploaded

    In addition to some other minor changes,
    fixed decryption on xiaomi.eu weekly.
    5
    New release 3.6.2.1C uploaded

    Format: Zip file to install from TWRP.

    Some reviews.

    Since xiaomi.eu rom replaces boot Logo on global devices, showing "Redmi"
    this release includes options to switch logo between "MI" and "Redmi".

    Each has two versions to choose from:

    1 - Factory stock.
    2 - Like stock but hiding the padlock shown when bootloader is open.
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    New release available.

    Twrp 3.6.2.2D - 2022.10.03

    Solved xiaomi.eu last stable release 13.0.10.0 issue.
    Including Chinese and Japanese languages.
    Removed some useless directories.
    Some minor adjustments.