Yup, you can use Orang Fox to flash this ROM. As for the second question, I don't think you can, currently, the customization feature in this ROM is limited (Mostly AOSP feature)
Perform the update according to this guide.Hi, i am on arrow 12 experimental rom. Will the below instructions work even if my phone is encrypted? If not how to update?
Updating to a newer build (dirty flash):
Use the built-in OTA updater, or
Wipe system, vendor, cache, dalvik
Flash ROM zip and magisk (optional)
Flash firmware update if required
Reboot and voila!
$ adb push ROM_file.zip /
Did you format data partition?So, my phone is stuck in the bootlogo. Coming from Xiaomi.eu latest beta, I've followed the instructions step by step, first using OrangeFox recovery then switching to TWRP, same instructions, and the phone is stuck in the ArrowOS bootlogo, using two different recoveries. Any idea of what could I be doing wrong? I've noticed that when I go into the recovery mode, the phone is still encrypted.
@Adithya R Hey man I've captured this log that refer to this issue, please take a look.
I used orange recovery and flashed magisk for latest arrow 11 update (for the first time, I never root Arrow before), but found no error. Did you use latest version of magisk (v23)? It should be easy, you'll only need to change apk extension into zip extension, then flash it.
I haven't been in that situation before but I'm not sure if there's anything you can do to save that data.I tried to flash the ROM through ADB sideload but it didn't work as it was too late for me. Is there anything I could do to save my data?
I back up my data before flashing any ROM, but this time I created the backup on the internal storage by fault and didn't realize this until it's too late.
TWRP doesn't ask me for a password now, I tried most of the new versions and the one I was working with before flashing the ROM.
I get this error at the beginning "E: Unable to decrypt FBE device"
When I use this command over ADB "adb shell twrp decrypt password", I get "Failed to decrypt data."
To my understanding, a non-encrypted ROM can have its files and everything related accessible in recovery mode even if there is password/ pattern set on phone.