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Same problem with my BQ M8... Here is how I solved it: -With the phone conected via USB, Launch CMD to run ADB and test as many times as needed that the PC and terminal can talk to each other with the command "adb devices". Eventually after several attempts, it will return the device and number. Posibly stating the work "recovery". -Go into bootloader ...


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Remember that the custom ROM package will include the boot image too. And on A/B partition devices, the recovery rests is in the boot image. So, if the custom ROM has written your boot image, then your TWRP should be gone. What will load will depend on the recovery included in the boot image. It could be stock, something else or nothing.


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This seems to happen if you download the wrong twrp - I had downloaded the S5 twrp. The only other thing to note is when in the stuck Downloading... screen, you can hold Power + Volume Down button to turn off the device.


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If it is systemless root (most likely) , a couple of methods mentioned in the last part of my answer How to install EdXposed on Android 10 without triggering safety net. It's a repetition but it may help those seeking a specific answer for this : Magisk Manager for Recovery Mode (mm). This module can be installed directly from Magisk but it will not work ...


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There is an Xposed disabler zip file that can be found on this thread from Xda-developers. In case you installed the systemless Xposed, I am not sure if it will be disable. You need to install the zip from TWRP as you would for other zip files.


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i have experienced this with two other Xiaomi devices. first i could track it down to older unofficial variant of twrp 3.2.3 which is still decrypting with default password when official twrp 3.3.1 fails. so implementation of decrypting differs from each build, sometimes it is just a missing line in fstab, sometimes they forgot a flag during build. But this ...


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SELinux is a security mechanism which stops unauthorized access of processes to other processes, actions and filesystems (UNIX's "file" includes all regular files, directories, block devices, character devices, sockets etc.). Every process, file, directory and action is labeled with an SELinux context, then a policy is defined what a context can do to other ...


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