[Stable] Realme 2 pro TWRP recovery [UPDATED]

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anabhi

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*Disclaimer
* I'm not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
* thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed.
* 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.


Feature-
Treble support
Up-to-date Oreo kernel
Backup/restore works

Encryption is in rom/partiton itself not in recovery , use your brain okay ! don't comment this as a bug.

1.Watch how to remove encryption - https://youtu.be/f8RW5RY-rWc
Must read detailed guide for remove encryption-https://forum.xda-developers.com/realme-2-pro/develop...........
2.Watch how to go in recovery mode- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FjFi1BfHvs


And most important don't share the direct link of img but you are allowed to share app, that will motivate me to make more developments on this beast device, and press thanks if it was helpful
And do not relock your bootloader !!!! because my stock file is decrypted by my own code

Download Updated twrp from here - DOWNLOAD(CLICK HERE)
And you don't need to flash boot.img now for gain root okay ,just flash recovery and flash magisk
Confusion ?? watch video instruction plz - https://youtu.be/f8RW5RY-rWc

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M$D

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Thanks for providing twrp recovery so quickly !
I will flash recovery tomorrow and give my feedback. :good:
 

Nandsha

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Dec 22, 2016
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Thank you so much!

Let me make it clear.. to remove encryption, we need to do following actions : wipe - advanced data - data, - reboot recovery - wipe - advanced data - data - reboot system


Is that correct?
 

Ashwinrg

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After flashing twrp and boot.img we have to boot directly to twrp? We need to then wipe data partition twice to remove encryption? @anabhi
 

mustali

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Thank you so much!

Let me make it clear.. to remove encryption, we need to do following actions : wipe - advanced data - data, - reboot recovery - wipe - advanced data - data - reboot system


Is that correct?

is it compulsory to wipe data ? i mean if i dont want to remove encryption... will the twrp work ?
 

Nandsha

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Dec 22, 2016
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I've been struggling with command since 3 hours ago. Fastboot flash recovery twrp.img always give result command write failed (no error)
Fastboot flash boot boot.img also give exactly the same result.
Is there anyone able to help me? I've tried mostly everything I read online but the result is still the same..

---------- Post added at 11:27 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:26 AM ----------

is it compulsory to wipe data ? i mean if i dont want to remove encryption... will the twrp work ?

I'm not sure as I haven't tried it yet. Been working on adb command since 3 hours ago..
 
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Nandsha

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@mustali erasing data is compulsory for make twrp works without encryption :)
@Nandsha check your device state on display - if it's say locked then you can't flash any img files , read the guide from starting ,u will understand !

And im working on remain fixes on both recovery , so don't ask for eta :fingers-crossed:

Of course it's unlocked I've double checked everything and I've read everything, trust me I'm not a noob ?
 

mrituanjay

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Mar 2, 2015
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Simple step

Of course it's unlocked I've double checked everything and I've read everything, trust me I'm not a noob

You can do it simply..
.1.first check if device is seen using fastboot devices command
2. Than simply write "fastboot flash recovery" than don't press enter key and drag recovery file into CMD box and than path of file is auto written now click enter ..it get completed same happend with me
 

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