Thanks manThere isn't one - I presume you were encrypted in your previous rom and it would be your de-crypt password
However you need to remove encryption before flashing rom so ignore password request - goto wipe and select format data (option on right)
Restart back to recovery and encryption should be removed allowing you to mount data
Encryption works fine on my official 32bit twrp but unless who ever compiled the treble twrp version used my source code as a base and not the 64bit twrp or incorporated the decrypt commits from my source into their source then you will not be able to decrypt data in twrp
On the thread of the Android P GSI most people complaining are OnePlus 5t users, who are advised to use the MoKee ROM Vendor partition and go through slightly altered steps to get it working. On our phone on the other hand, we seem to have some issue because our /Vendor partition and bootloader seem to not like the Android P ROM. I wonder if an update to the ROM or /vendor partition fix this problem. Hope that an updated ROM will fix this issue.
No......... You should NEVER install gapps afater booting.......... This is what causes the issue the dude is having... Flash rom, Flash magisk, Flash gapps, boot. thats it. i dont have any idea on where you guys saw that you need to boot before flashing gapps.
If you are flashing a GSI, chances are the system partition isnt the full size, and then, AND ONLY THEN, you need to flash rom, boot (This resizes the partition), go to twrp, wipe data,cache and dalvik, then flash gapps and magisk and then you are ready to use the rom.
Well yeah, I was writing about GSIs. The ROM won't boot when Gapps are installed straight after the ROM, you have to boot into it first and then flash Gapps. Just like you've written. I had that problem with a few other ROMs I once had installed on my device. I know you're aren't supposed to do that when flashing non-treble ROMs as it can cause problems. However, if the ROM doesn't boot that's the only option you've got, right? It does result in the Play Services crashing but that can be easily fixed as I wrote in my last post. Thanks anyway for mentioning the part about wiping data, cache and dalvik before flashing Gapps. I wonder if that also stops the Play Services from crashing.
I am wondering exactly the same. Most people say that Pie GSIs don't work.So, what are the most functional compatible Oreo GSI's for Cedric where mostly all phone features working? Searching some various GSI threads still appears many issues on hand. Wondering if it's worth exploring Treble and GSI's at this point or stick to my current daily driver VipeOS Oreo ROM that is very stable/functional.
I am wondering exactly the same. Most people say that Pie GSIs don't work.
I don't get why since we have a treble compatible device we don't have our developers focus on that. If we have a good treble foundation then we can install anything each and every user wants...
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