A few days ago, I tried installing a MIUI 11 ROM for my K20, but forgot to flash a zip that disables force encryption so now I have a brick on my hands. I've tried fastboot format/erase userdata, mkfs.f2fs, format data on TWRP, and Repair FS on TWRP, but have been met with barely any success. I'm at a total loss after trying to find a solution to this issue for about 3 days now. What's worse is that TWRP takes about an hour to boot. Does anyone here know what else I can try? Is there a way to quickly force wipe /userdata and get rid of that encryption?
Edit for list of things I've already tried besides the above: -Flashing universal disable script from zackptg5 -Disabling dm-verity and forceencrypt in TWRP -Using mkfs.ext4 /dev/block/[userdata partition] (hangs on writing super blocks) -Using mkfs.f2fs /dev/block/[userdata partition] (hangs after the first few lines) -Re-flashing stock firmware via MiFlash -dd trick provided in this post: Removing encryption from recovery -gdisk (says no partitions when trying to list or delete)