[TOOL][TWRP] EPR - Enchilada Partition Resizer [2.0.1][22.03.20]

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jessejamesd2i

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I need some help, I tried this on my 6t & it failed it wouldnt mount storage so i used msm tool & now im stuck in a bootloop. This means i cannot unlock my bootloader what can i possibly do? I was having issues booting system_a i tried to erase the partition and that didnt work so i formated system_a & still unable to boot into twrp on slot a. Any Ideas?
 

yasantha666

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I need some help, I tried this on my 6t & it failed it wouldnt mount storage so i used msm tool & now im stuck in a bootloop. This means i cannot unlock my bootloader what can i possibly do? I was having issues booting system_a i tried to erase the partition and that didnt work so i formated system_a & still unable to boot into twrp on slot a. Any Ideas?

Most of the people who tried to install this rom were unsuccessful and had to use msm tool to flash the stock rom. This happened to me 2 or 3 times and I stopped even trying. I suggest you to try another rom.
 

EuLovers

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Enchilada Partition Resizer for OnePlus 6!

What does this tool do? And what are the benefits? Well. This tool will resize Your system partition size to 6GB allowing You to flash any sGSI (some of them are huge) and my future roms that will require more than 3GB (2850mb roughly) system size. It's pretty problematic for many roms and I just delay them because of this.

DO NOT use it on 7 Pro, OP7 or anything else. (6T Tested and works)

I also added a backup feature of Your stock partition table just in case. Might be useful for some people.

Known Issues

You might get stuck in fastboot until You flash a ROM


How to Use:

MAKE SURE TO BACKUP EFS, DATA AND PERSIST (if possible) BEFORE USING IT!

Also make sure You're not currently using EPR! (If You already used 1.0 and Your system is still 6GB, no need for 2.0)

Boot into TWRP (Tested on BluSpark)
Flash EPR zip that matches Your storage
Reboot to bootloader (fastboot menu)
Run any force wipe flasher of a rom that You want to use.
Wait till it finishes flashing and done!

If You want to go back, simply flash EPR Remover and Format data + wipe system.



Download:
Enchilada Partition Resizer 2.0.1 TWRP Flashable

If You have any other problems, just ask here on XDA or for the fastest support PM me or ask someone in my group on Telegram
Join my group!

If You want to motivate me to work more, buy me a coffee!

https://www.paypal.me/protodevnano

Credits:

Alternative415 for testing 2.0 all day! :highfive:
Amir and Geci for testing and providing 256 and 64GB sizes!
Manan Gupta for Initial Windows version.
Adarsh for testing Windows version and having to use EDL 7 times :p
CosmicDan for original guide that helped me a lot!
OnePlus for creating OP6!
My friend Dylan for always supporting me :D
If I forgot anyone, just PM me on Telegram!


XDA:DevDB Information
Enchilada Partition Resizer, Tool/Utility for the OnePlus 6

Contributors
ProtoDeVNan0

Version Information
Status:
Stable

Created 2019-09-01
Last Updated 2019-09-01
Is not working 😭
 

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    Enchilada Partition Resizer for OnePlus 6!

    What does this tool do? And what are the benefits? Well. This tool will resize Your system partition size to 6GB allowing You to flash any sGSI (some of them are huge) and my future roms that will require more than 3GB (2850mb roughly) system size. It's pretty problematic for many roms and I just delay them because of this.

    DO NOT use it on 7 Pro, OP7 or anything else. (6T Tested and works)

    I also added a backup feature of Your stock partition table just in case. Might be useful for some people.


    Known Issues
    You might get stuck in fastboot until You flash a ROM


    How to Use:

    MAKE SURE TO BACKUP EFS, DATA AND PERSIST (if possible) BEFORE USING IT!

    Also make sure You're not currently using EPR! (If You already used 1.0 and Your system is still 6GB, no need for 2.0)

    Boot into TWRP (Tested on BluSpark)
    Flash EPR zip that matches Your storage
    Reboot to bootloader (fastboot menu)
    Run any force wipe flasher of a rom that You want to use.
    Wait till it finishes flashing and done!

    If You want to go back, simply flash EPR Remover and Format data + wipe system.


    Download:
    Enchilada Partition Resizer 2.0.1 TWRP Flashable

    If You have any other problems, just ask here on XDA or for the fastest support PM me or ask someone in my group on Telegram
    Join my group!

    If You want to motivate me to work more, buy me a coffee!

    https://www.paypal.me/protodevnano

    Credits:
    Alternative415 for testing 2.0 all day! :highfive:
    Amir and Geci for testing and providing 256 and 64GB sizes!
    Manan Gupta for Initial Windows version.
    Adarsh for testing Windows version and having to use EDL 7 times :p
    CosmicDan for original guide that helped me a lot!
    OnePlus for creating OP6!
    My friend Dylan for always supporting me :D
    If I forgot anyone, just PM me on Telegram!


    XDA:DevDB Information
    Enchilada Partition Resizer, Tool/Utility for the OnePlus 6

    Contributors
    ProtoDeVNan0

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2019-09-01
    Last Updated 2019-09-01
    5
    Changelog:
    02.09.19 - Added Windows Support
    22.03.20 - Corrected guide in EPR 2.
    3
    Added windows batch compatibility. Haven't tested on an android device but seems to work.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IS8cfD59okX9qwaXUKxxVQedNzmpHhmt/view?usp=sharing
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    Gonna try this to install OP7 Android 10 Rom Port, thanks. I Was on it all night long wondering why I couldn't make it working.

    EDIT : Still stuck in fastboot mode even after typing fastboot --set-active=a (I resized a, yep), can't go to recovery. But maybe it's related to Android Q ? was on Q DP3 before resizing. Or Maybe it's because the OP7 ROm Port is hard to install aha. After cheking, system is 6Gb size so I guess your software is okay.

    follow this steps

    if you are stuck in bootloader bootloop do this

    1. msm download tool than back to OOS 5.1.11
    2. unlock bootloader
    3. manual update to OOS Q DP3
    4. install patched boot to get magisk without root there you can find partched boot.img https://forum.xda-developers.com/oneplus-6/how-to/patched-boot-image-magisk-16-7-beta-t3818853
    4. this step is because android Q dont let you boot to TWRP by bootloader
    5. install TWRP Zip with magisk
    6. boot to recovery and open ERP Script to resize your partition and chose partition a
    7. in bootloader put fastboot set_active b and then boot to recovery
    8. select partition a
    9. do a factory reset, wipe data
    10. boot to bootloader
    11. open OP7 Android 10 Port scrip
    12. in bootloader put fastboot set_active a
    13. done

    if you phone still doesnt boot go to bootloader set_active b go to recovery, chose partition a in twrp and do a factory reset and wipe data again and reinstall OP7 port.

    is the only way its worked for me. i hope it works for you.

    sorry about my english.
    :eek:
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    @ProtoDeVNan0 can help. a lot of people on the 7 pro port thread have the same issue

    Facing the same problem,if you found any solution kindly share.

    You guys should use EPR on Pie base first. And try to resize A as most people had success with it on Win10.

    In my group under #obqguide I made a very detailed step by step guide how to flash everything.


    First You should be on Pie in both slots

    Then run EPR (Windows 18xx can only resize A)

    After EPR, boot TWRP. (Fastboot boot)

    (If You can't boot into TWRP, fastboot lock, then use fastboot --set-active=a)

    Then format data and wipe system in Advanced wipe.

    Then boot into fastboot again and

    fastboot --set-active=a

    Now boot into TWRP again.

    Flash DP3 OTA.zip (not fastboot ROM)
    Flash TWRP

    Reboot to TWRP from TWRP

    (You're on slot B now which isn't resized)

    So flash DP3.zip OTA again then flash TWRP again.

    Reboot TWRP

    Flash my OP7.zip in TWRP

    And wait for it to finish. Then reboot system and enjoy.
    Just checked and it works fine.