Sorry about that, here is a new test with the ramdisk compressed with LZMA: https://build.twrp.me/twrp-3.4.0-0-walleye.img
If you can get logcat in android-11 that would be great.
Walleye user on rooted stock android 10 here. I get the same issue as the other user for this build. Doesn't boot and here's my pastebin.
Same scenario, rooted android 10. Here's links...
pin passcode disabled, TWRP just freezes on boot.
pin passcode enabled. TWRP boots but is unable to decrypt files.
Is there anything else I can try to help troubleshoot?
So I read a bit more. Seems like 3.4.0-1 works for most of what I need. I'm gathering that it decrypts Android 10, installs zips, wipes, etc. As I understand it the one "shortcoming" (if you can even call it that) is that it doesn't allow one to backup the system. The thing is I guess I'm not sure whether or not that's a big issue, I know that in the past I've always backed up System, but since moving to the Pixel 2 XL, I'm thinking it may not actually matter anymore. Can someone confirm my suspicions? My reason for thinking this is that when I update to a new version of Android (haven't done it for a while since I was concerned about Android 10) I seem to recall that flashing the factory image (without the "-w" flag) still unpacks and flashes System, which means it would overwrite it even if I did restore it. I've never had any settings get screwed up using that update method - it's as if I haven't made any changes at all, so I guess that probably means backing up System doesn't matter. Is that assessment correct or am I missing something.
EX: if I make a backup of Boot and Data on Android 10 and then fully wipe my device and start from scratch, will I get back to exactly where I left off by unlocking, flashing the newest image as-is, moving the backup back onto the device, and flashing it? Or will something be lost b/c I'm not able to restore System?
2. I don't want to restore the system when I update. My plan was to download the most recent Android 10 factory image, delete the "-w" flag from the flash.bat and then flash it with fastboot. I still need to look it up to see if that's an acceptable process though. I guess I'm just wondering about backing up system b/c I'm not entirely sure what is lost if I were to update to 10, make a nandroid, do a full wipe, then restore my nandroid. There's no real purpose to doing that, I'm just trying to figure out what I'm missing out on not being able to do that. If it's a lot, I may just stay on Android 9 where I can backup and restore system if need-be.
Then your only options right now are these.
Do you know how I can encrypt storage?