With root and a root file explorer go to vendor/etc and find the fstab hi6250 file and click to Open. On line 15 change the word forceencrypt to encryptable and save the file. You will need to format data in twrp and after that the ROM won't force encrypt until you update the vendor partition again. Hole this helps![/COLOR]
Hi, thanks for the help, I did tried but didn't work, I found this https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/guide-how-to-remove-force-encryption-dm-t3843728 but I work many times with custom rom/recovery, but I never modified the boot.img. Do you think is make sense ?
I have some problems with this ROM.
In general, it works very well, but I mention the bugs that I found:
if I connect headphones, the audio goes through them, but when I disconnect them, the phone does not ring through its loudspeaker (if I connect the headphones again it works fine, it's like it does not leave the headphones) and I have to restart to listen again phone. I do not know if it's normal, but I've also noticed that there is no headset icon in the notification bar.
if I connect by bluetooth, in general it works fine, but if it's a hands-free, it does not deflect the audio through the speakers, it continues to be heard through the internal speaker of the phone (I discard the hands-free because I have tried other phones and they go well)
if the call number appears on the hands-free screen, and ring tone is heard through it. also allows to call.
for others, it works well. Thanks for your work
How camera work on alpha 5.2? In other custom rom's camera crash frequently and many times don't save the photo
In theory a clean flash is the best way to do so. First flash stock firmware, then flash GSI, reboot to stock recovery, factory reset and finally boot in it. Then you can do all the rest (reboot to fastboot, flash TWRP, GApps, Magisk...).(...)
Can you told me the best way to to the update
In theory a clean flash is the best way to do so. First flash stock firmware, then flash GSI, reboot to stock recovery, factory reset and finally boot in it. Then you can do all the rest (reboot to fastboot, flash TWRP, GApps, Magisk...).
ADB backup using Terminal. No root needed and very easy to do.
Glad that everything went fine, you're welcome.Thanks for all help, I did the backup thru ADB, BTW, I remove the fingerprint and pin security, proceed with the update and all works perfect first shot, No need to factory reset, all data and configuration stay there.
BTW, I am waiting Huawei release the P30, are you planning do roms for this device ???
Use root explorer and navigate to vendor/etc and locate fstab hi6250 and on line 15 change the word force encrypt to encryptable and save. Next time you flash a ROM you will not have to install stock recovery or stock boot.IMG or at least I didnt. Also have a working twrp. Hope that helpstoday I wanted to try RR but I had no time to install the stock recovery, so I gave a try with twrp. My Twrp doesn't write to internal memory.
I am on a BLN-L21 ported to 22 with Indian Oreo. I've simply installed RR from fastboot, then at first boot I didn't do the factory restore. The phone asked me the encryption password, so in some way I booted in stock recovery, did the factory reset, and boom! the phone is working like a charm.
For now the only thing that is not working is the wide aperture camera.
If frp is locked, use firmware finder to set your dns to firmware finder's IP address and download the latest official firmware from Huawei using erecovery. This will set your phone back to nougat but you will unlock frp.hi i have a question. i installed los 15 and stock recovery. everything booted fine and i used it for a while and then i ran into problems and factory reset the phone. To make along story short the phone wont boot to os. every time i try it says encryption unsuccessful and tells me to beset phone. i do and it still is the same. cant boot to os to enable developer options to unliock frp. but bootloader is unlocked. I cant flash anything with fastboot. is there any fix? thanks in advance