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[Unofficial] HTC U11+ TWRP Recovery

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raxus_5

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Oct 21, 2017
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Samsung Galaxy S20
When I boot in TWRP I don't see any files on my SD card.
i.e. currently installed TWRP cannot read/mount both internal storage & S
Copy the patched boot.img to your pc and transfer from pc to SD card, and then insert your SD card in the phone. That worked for me. Perhaps, it doesn't decrypt it when you transfer directly from internal storage to your SD card.
 

angcar807

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Hi, unfortunately my HTC U11 plus has Android patch level 2019-07-01, can I still use twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_190501.img?
 

raxus_5

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Samsung Galaxy S20
Hi, unfortunately my HTC U11 plus has Android patch level 2019-07-01, can I still use twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_190501.img?
TWRP is mainly needed for flashing only. But if you don't have right version, then it will not be able to read internal phone memory. But it can read data from external SD card or OTG. So, you can copy files required for flashing, into the SD card, and then you can locate it when using TWRP, and flash it into correct partition.
 

angcar807

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TWRP is mainly needed for flashing only. But if you don't have right version, then it will not be able to read internal phone memory. But it can read data from external SD card or OTG. So, you can copy files required for flashing, into the SD card, and then you can locate it when using TWRP, and flash it into correct partition.
thanks for the tip :)
 

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    It have been about 2 years, I finally get a U11 plus to make TWRP device tree with working decrypt function.
    Source: https://github.com/sabpprook/android_device_htc_ocm

    Please download latest TWRP build in following link.

    [Android 8.0]
    twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_171001.img
    twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_171201.img
    twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_180601.img
    twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_180901.img
    twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_181001.img
    twrp-3.3.1-0-ocm_181101.img

    [Android 9.0]


    PS. watch out the last 6 digits at the filename, it must equal to your system's android patch level. e.g. 2017-12-01 (Dec, 2017) = 171201, otherwise TWRP will not decrypt data partition.

    PS2. U11+ already get Android Pie update, but this update will break data decrypt function in TWRP recovery.

    @nkk71, thanks all the works you've done for us.
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    @kuchivas

    It states in the op that this version of TWRP cannot decrypt /data


    OP, as this is a trebble device, have you added support for backing up /vendor?

    In order to modify system, fstab in /vendor would need to be modified to remove DM verity, the same applies to removing forced encryption
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    Seriously?

    I really don't understand your problem, what's so difficult of looking in the General or Q&A forum on "How to root your device", and if there is no such thread you can create one.
    You can even get people's attention by using mentions.
    I never said anything about doing it by yourself :rolleyes:

    And thanks to your "compliment", I won't bother you folks anymore (so feel free to continue here), I have better things to do than waste my time with this.
    @nkk71: forgive the newbie....:D He does not know your contributions to XDA. Please don't let a single person's post determine your path. You are bigger than that man!
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    Understood, and I thank you a lot for your effort. I'll try by myself about magisk installation without bothering this thread with non-developer's questions. Let's hope in the future to see here the main (and more open minded) HTC developers

    Seriously?

    I really don't understand your problem, what's so difficult of looking in the General or Q&A forum on "How to root your device", and if there is no such thread you can create one.
    You can even get people's attention by using mentions.
    I never said anything about doing it by yourself :rolleyes:

    And thanks to your "compliment", I won't bother you folks anymore (so feel free to continue here), I have better things to do than waste my time with this.
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    No offence guys, I'm just a casual visitor here, but
    1. Isn't this supposed to be a development thread
    2. About TWRP in particular
    3. So I fail to see the point of all the random questions in here, like
      • where do I get stock recovery X
      • how do I root this device
      • where can I find OTA
      • how do I patch boot.img

    Shouldn't these questions go to Q&A and guides to General :confused:

    That way people actually following development of
    [Unofficial] HTC U11+ TWRP Recovery​
    can stay focused on it.