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Depends ... If you are talking of having multiboot solutions on the latest Android 9 and Android 10 versions ... that doesn't see to be possible currently and there isn't much interest among the dev community in developing these systems for these newer android versions as android from these versions onward's has undergone some fundamental changes. But for ...


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If you can access TWRP and you're on lineage. That means that you flashed a custom OS on the phone. Same way you can get a fresh copy of build prop from the extracted firmware that you flashed because TWRP mainly flashes zip files. Zip files are generally easily extractable by programs like WinRAR. After getting the build prop from the zip. Copy it to ...


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/dev/mmcblk0 is whole MMC storage chip which includes GUID partition table (GPT) and all partitions. On Android devices some of these eMMC partitions hold bootloaders (like sbl, aboot on Qualcomm devices) which have hard-coded paths in SoC firmware. Fully overwriting (erasing) such partitions means the SoC won't be able to boot device. Since fastboot and ...


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