I suppose it would be helpful to mention in the OP instructions that the "format data" option will be followed by a choice of which filesystem to use, while wiping is more straightforward. It would avoid confusion between wiping and formatting.I am pretty sure you did not, as you said that the device is asking for encryption password. That means the device is still encrypted. Format data, not wipe.
Thanks ... VoLTE is working with new build:good:
I have nothing to share, only the build.
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Update first then report if bug still happens with the latest build. December build is one month old and quite a lot changed since then.Ok so I have little (big) problem with alarm. Alarm is either ringing very quietly or not at all. Alarm starts ringing after unlocking screen with notifications about missed alarm. I didn't change anything power related in settings and only root apps/system modifications I have are magisk for root, busybox, adaway, card emulator and island. Phone have to be in deep sleep (probably) because I doesn't happen if I set alarm in middle of the day. I'm currently on december build. I'm gonna upgrade and somehow I will try to catch logs.
Tried dirty flash today and asked for password what I'd the default passwordHello
I have tried to install the latest build but with no success. It boots to android but askes for encryption password. I put the default password ( accepted ) but reboot and do the same process again.
Any idea what is causing this to occur?
Things have changed. Go to TWRP and make a backup to an external drive and then FORMAT data.I have the same problem. Dirty flashed from the last december 2018 build, on boot it asks for encryption password - I used default_password. However the next message is that the data is corrupt and I should reset my phone. I did not want to do that, instead I installed the december build again which booted OK.
Anyone else with this problem? Could it be related to Magisk?
I feel like this should be mentioned in the OP somewhere.In twrp mount system and type into terminal
This should disable initial setup after first boot.Code:
echo "ro.setupwizard.mode=DISABLED" >> /system/build.prop