Development [TB-J716F] (Unofficial) TWRP for Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2021

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Dec 8, 2022
Which zui version is this compatible with. I tried the stock version 12. Then upgraded gradually until 13.555. Now it boots into recovery but screen is black. I can use adb to go back to bootloader. Then recovery in black screen again. But I cannot get back to the system.

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    Team Win Recovery Project 3.x, or twrp3 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. Its a fully touch driven user interface no more volume rocker or power buttons to mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and completely theme-able. You can change just about every aspect of the look and feel.


    • Decryption
    • USB
    • Wiping
    • Fastbootd
    • Touch
    • ADB Sideload
    • Formatting Data (Sometimes it errors out after wiping data but it can be fixed by rebooting and trying again.)
    • Toybox

    Not working:​

    • Vibration (Low priority)
    • SD card (Should be possible to mount it manually for now)

    Download: Android FileHost
    Device tree: android_device_lenovo_J716F
    Kernel: Using prebuilt kernel, Lenovo hasn't yet released the source :(

    How to flash to your current slot:
    1. Unlock the bootloader
    2. Reboot into bootloader:
      1. Form powered-on state: adb reboot bootloader
      2. Or from powered-off state: Hold Power + Volume Down
    3. Flash recovery: fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.6.0_11-0-J716F.img
    4. Reboot to recovery: fastboot reboot recovery
    5. Done!
    Will you be working on any ROMS in the future..or do you use a GSI?
    For now I'm using the GSI, but I do want to eventually port LineageOS to it (I have only little experience so this could take a long time). I'd also like to get mainline Linux booting on this tablet, since SD865 is supported in Linux and SD870 is an overclocked SD865.

    EDIT: I've been using the GSI for some time now and the performance is great. I'll try looking into the issues the GSI has because if the GSI works good there's no need to make a new and seperate LineageOS port. I would need to learn how to do that first though so it can take some time.
    Just flashed this without any issues.
    Thanks for your contribution!
    So now we can install gsi through twrp?
    Not so easy. Installing it through fastboot is easier.