[RECOVERY] [UNOFFICIAL] TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77

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st0rm77

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Jul 15, 2016
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** BRICK WARNING/Disclaimer/Requirements **

>> Only flash with unlocked bootloader <<
>> Scripts are released under GPlv2 license <<
>> Run at own risk <<

Hi,

I patched the TWRP 3.0 recovery from faust93 to include important partitions
that make switching between different versions of Android/Ubuntu very simple.

All partitions are properly added to the fstab, but out of fear that some of
you will brick your device i disabled most of them.

Next version will contain a backup of all unique partitions, but i will have
to test this thoroughly.

Steps to install:

1. Download the zip file from attachments below
2. Unpack the zip file
3. Check checksum with md5sum -c *.md5
4. Put phone into fastboot mode (boot device with [vol-] and [power] button)
5. Flash recovery with:
# fastboot flash recovery TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77.img
# fastboot reboot
then boot the device with [vol+] and [power] button, to enter recovery

[Requested by @p82maarj]
Already on an older TWRP version ?
- Flash "update_TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77.zip" from TWRP
or
- Unpack the zip and flash the recovery manually in TWRP by selecting "install image"

Enjoy

Warning:
** If you flash an official update.zip from Flyme, remove bootloader, ldfw & recovery from ZIP**
** Otherwise you'll find yourself with a locked bootloader **
 

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p82maarj

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Hi @st0rm77
Thanks for your contrubution!
It will be good if you create a flashable zip of your new recovery. It can be flashed directly from the stock recovery or from the other twrp recovery without entering in fastboot.
Furthermore to have a flashable zip is usefull to flash a new rom update. For updating the new rom version I enter in TWRP, flash rom zip, flash unlocked bootloader zip and flash TWRP zip.
I attach the other flashable TWRP zip you can based on (only replace recovery.img by your recovery.img).
 
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st0rm77

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Hi @p82maarj,

Thanks, as per your request, i added an update_TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77.zip . This is directly flashable from an older TWRP.

I added some extra verification so people dont end up with a corrupt recovery.

Enjoy

(in order not to confuse people to much, can you remove your download)
 
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PYCON

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    Personally I like android as OS, I don't wish to try Ubuntu, in my case it's useful to update my "old" TWRP by Faust93 with this one ? :confused:
     

    st0rm77

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    Jul 15, 2016
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    Personally I like android as OS, I don't wish to try Ubuntu, in my case it's useful to update my "old" TWRP by Faust93 with this one ? :confused:

    Yeah, you get some extra abilities: :D
    - Backup of Boot Logo
    - Backup of Device Tree

    Now you can backup/restore in TWRP without manually flashing dtb (device tree) in order to switch between Flyme, AICP, ResurrectionRemix or Ubuntu.
     
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    abePdIta

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    ** If you flash an official update.zip from Flyme, remove bootloader, ldfw & recovery from ZIP**
    ** Otherwise you'll find yourself with a locked bootloader **
    Sorry for the stupid question but it's just to be sure. I should remove the file named "bootloader" or the one named "boot.img"? Or both of them?
    Thank you very much!
     

    abePdIta

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    Feb 7, 2009
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    Another little question... What's the difference from 2 ZIP files ? Older one and updated ZIP ? :confused:
    I know the answer to this one! ;)
    The first zip contains the img file that you can flash using fastboot.
    The second (update) zip is the one you need if you already have (an older) TWRP and you wish to update to this version (use it from inside TWRP).
     
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    st0rm77

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    Sorry for the stupid question but it's just to be sure. I should remove the file named "bootloader" or the one named "boot.img"? Or both of them?
    Thank you very much!

    boot.img is your boot partition, you need this one :good: (NEEDED)

    bootloader is the locked bootloader from meizu, avoid this one as the plague :mad: (AVOID)

    Dont brick your device, check everything carefully :fingers-crossed:
     
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    dentedilupo

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    Mar 19, 2007
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    i follow the a to I tutorial
    then unlock bootloader
    then this

    now when i conect meizu to pc i try to pass custom rom to internal memory and the phone restart

    what is the problem

    ---------- Post added at 10:35 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:56 PM ----------

    managed to download the rom in phone browser now i have RR and all it´s ok
     

    naboleo

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    Now you can backup/restore in TWRP without manually flashing dtb (device tree) in order to switch between Flyme, AICP, ResurrectionRemix or Ubuntu.
    Just to be sure I understood :

    Going from Flyme to CM :
    -Backup Flyme (system+data+dtd)
    -Flash CM archive

    Going back to Flyme
    -(optional) Backup CM (system+data+dtd)
    -Restore Flyme (system+data+dtd)

    Is there is a quikier way ?
     
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    sult1

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    Dec 11, 2011
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    help

    hi .i change meizu pro 5 from china to national (5.6.1.19 daily )and unlock it and flash recover TWRP 3.0 but not login it the recovery .
    i want updated :(
     

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      ** BRICK WARNING/Disclaimer/Requirements **

      >> Only flash with unlocked bootloader <<
      >> Scripts are released under GPlv2 license <<
      >> Run at own risk <<

      Hi,

      I patched the TWRP 3.0 recovery from faust93 to include important partitions
      that make switching between different versions of Android/Ubuntu very simple.

      All partitions are properly added to the fstab, but out of fear that some of
      you will brick your device i disabled most of them.

      Next version will contain a backup of all unique partitions, but i will have
      to test this thoroughly.

      Steps to install:

      1. Download the zip file from attachments below
      2. Unpack the zip file
      3. Check checksum with md5sum -c *.md5
      4. Put phone into fastboot mode (boot device with [vol-] and [power] button)
      5. Flash recovery with:
      # fastboot flash recovery TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77.img
      # fastboot reboot
      then boot the device with [vol+] and [power] button, to enter recovery

      [Requested by @p82maarj]
      Already on an older TWRP version ?
      - Flash "update_TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77.zip" from TWRP
      or
      - Unpack the zip and flash the recovery manually in TWRP by selecting "install image"

      Enjoy

      Warning:
      ** If you flash an official update.zip from Flyme, remove bootloader, ldfw & recovery from ZIP**
      ** Otherwise you'll find yourself with a locked bootloader **
      3
      Personally I like android as OS, I don't wish to try Ubuntu, in my case it's useful to update my "old" TWRP by Faust93 with this one ? :confused:

      Yeah, you get some extra abilities: :D
      - Backup of Boot Logo
      - Backup of Device Tree

      Now you can backup/restore in TWRP without manually flashing dtb (device tree) in order to switch between Flyme, AICP, ResurrectionRemix or Ubuntu.
      1
      Hi @p82maarj,

      Thanks, as per your request, i added an update_TWRP_3.0_m86_patched_st0rm77.zip . This is directly flashable from an older TWRP.

      I added some extra verification so people dont end up with a corrupt recovery.

      Enjoy

      (in order not to confuse people to much, can you remove your download)
      1
      Another little question... What's the difference from 2 ZIP files ? Older one and updated ZIP ? :confused:
      I know the answer to this one! ;)
      The first zip contains the img file that you can flash using fastboot.
      The second (update) zip is the one you need if you already have (an older) TWRP and you wish to update to this version (use it from inside TWRP).
      1
      Sorry for the stupid question but it's just to be sure. I should remove the file named "bootloader" or the one named "boot.img"? Or both of them?
      Thank you very much!

      boot.img is your boot partition, you need this one :good: (NEEDED)

      bootloader is the locked bootloader from meizu, avoid this one as the plague :mad: (AVOID)

      Dont brick your device, check everything carefully :fingers-crossed:
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