Do you mean lock screen pin/pattern/password or Sim card pin? I never used Sim card pin so I don't know,but if you mean lockscreen pin its easy to remove it from recovery.
Why would u wanna use this one when there is orfox and it's much better?I used the 184.108.40.206 one and was able to install LOS 16, however all OTA upgrades fails. Tried to flash it via adb-sideload and the error was same as reported by @m0han, I tried to change the filesystem type and/or repair, but no luck.
I am gonna try with OrangeFox.
nice. . and very big thanks for your twrp build, I enjoy which twrp until now.Version 3.5.2_9-1 is now available. This release is splitted into 2 versions: k4.4 which uses FDE and targets stock firmware with matching version as well as custom ROMs with same platform security patch level, and k4.14 which uses FBE and targets solely custom ROMs using it. Release is currently available only via download server due to storage constraints on MEGA mirror.
More information regarding changes and updated known issues are on the updated first 2 posts of this thread. Enjoy!
Why not try out the latest official OrangeFox recovery?Hi,
Before anything else, thank you very much for your work and share.
Would you please help me find the right version of TWRP for my device?
I've a ZB60KL running latest stock android 9 firmware (WW-16.2017.2009.087) and I don't know which recovery should I flash.
Hey, apart from OrangeFox having more features than TWRP, there also exists an official version of the recovery image with a June update. It's not my website by the way, but i did use this Recovery to flash my current custom ROM and it worked flawlessy.
Thank you for promptly feedback.Hey, apart from OrangeFox having more features than TWRP, there also exists an official version of the recovery image with a June update. It's not my website by the way, but i did use this Recovery to flash my current custom ROM and it worked flawlessy.
Check the attachment and flash that version (R11.1).
However, do check with this ROM's maintainers or any user, if they've used OrangeFox to flash the ROM because I don't use this.
View attachment 5414359
Not trying to advertise, but do give a look at SparkOS too if you're looking for stability, smoothness, some light useful/handy features and superb battery backup for your daily driver. Speaking from personal experience. Cheers!
/* * Your warranty is... still valid? * * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this RECOVERY * 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. */
fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.x.x_9-<kernel>-y-KudProject-X00T.img
Starting this build, recovery supports flashing stock firmware without modifying the updater-script. In order for it to be possible, ro.product.device has to be set to ASUS_X00TD. This, however, breaks flashing of custom ROMs that check for either X00TD or X00T. Simply supporting it doesn't mean that you can flash stock firmware directly; you need to be at least on stock when you flash the recovery, so required properties can be exported to /persist which then will be set on every recovery boot up. Still not sure though, as some ROMs check for ro.product.device and then fallback to ro.build.product for matching devices. Flashing incremental OTAs are supported but not recommended, since you'll most likely flash verity disabler at the minimum and get the flashing failed upon patching boot.
gpg --import krascgq.gpg
gpg --verify <build-name>.sig <build-name>