Tethered TWRP / Clean Root / Android exFAT+NTFS support for Hi12 Dual Boot

Tethered TWRP / Clean Root / Android exFAT+NTFS support for Hi12 Dual Boot

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  • #39842
    Konstantin Matvievsky
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    • Posts: 9

    Hi.

    Sorry for delay.  I was busy porting RemixOS to Hibook.

    Test TWRP for Hi12 and feedback, please. https://yadi.sk/d/0NGV6Uo3sFYbs

    #39974
    Richard Russell
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    • Posts: 84

    Hi. Sorry for delay. I was busy porting RemixOS to Hibook. Test TWRP for Hi12 and feedback, please. https://yadi.sk/d/0NGV6Uo3sFYbs

    works for me! Thanks a lot

    #40003
    Macho Man
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    • Posts: 17

    Could we have new instructions procedures to apply this img?

    #40005
    Mickey Y
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    • Posts: 42

    Could we have new instructions procedures to apply this img?

    +1

    #40028
    Konstantin Matvievsky
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    • Posts: 9

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>All instiction wich you need are on page #1.</p>

    #40030
    Richard Russell
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    • Posts: 84

    Could we have new instructions procedures to apply this img?

    Easiest way is to download Rashr from the market ad flash the IMG from storage, you can then boot to it from the same app

    #40353
    Macho Man
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    • Posts: 17

    Is it possible to flash the EXFat+NTFS support without formatting/reflashing Hi12?

    #40528
    Bill Christiansen
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    • Posts: 187

    I followed the instructions for this and it worked well with a clean root and NTFS support on microsd. The script for unlocking the bootloader said it was already unlocked (maybe from previous root or maybe from factory) so I followed through the rest of the procedure and I didn’t loose any installed apps. One strange thing though was when I removed my root from the previous method it also removed ability to connect as usb media to my PC so it’s only connecting as adb device and I wasn’t able to copy the install zips to my internal storage so had to use the microsd card.

    Thanks for sharing the method it’s a better root than we had and opens up possibilities with the tethered TWRP.

    #40530
    Bill Christiansen
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    • Posts: 187

    Hi. Sorry for delay. I was busy porting RemixOS to Hibook. Test TWRP for Hi12 and feedback, please. https://yadi.sk/d/0NGV6Uo3sFYbs

    Thanks, TWRP test img working for me as well. Fits screen well in landscape and touch working. I made a backup of system.

    #40550
    Mickey Y
    Participant
    • Posts: 42

    TWRP test img working for me as well. Fits screen well in landscape and touch working.

    Can you advise a step to step how to install this TWRP img? I could not get it from page 1 of this thread? Tks.

    #40562
    Bill Christiansen
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    • Posts: 187

    TWRP test img working for me as well. Fits screen well in landscape and touch working.

    Can you advise a step to step how to install this TWRP img? I could not get it from page 1 of this thread? Tks.

    Official way would be to flash recovery img with fastboot like in this link:

    How to Install TWRP Recovery via Fastboot

    But it’s easier to follow tip from Richard and install Rashr app from playstore and use it to install img from internal storage.

    #40591
    Bill Christiansen
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    • Posts: 187

    I’m not sure why I lost MTP storage in android when I removed the old root method but with the new TWRP, MTP storage works well in recovery, shows up as HiBook on PC.

    #40663
    Macho Man
    Participant
    • Posts: 17

    Thanks, it worked like a charm!

    #40695
    alessandro
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    • Posts: 123

    I need root to make some apps access external sd card (for example ttorrent), use ntfs usb devices and maybe find an app which low back light cause lower setting sometimes is too high…

    Will root satisfy my needs?

    Which root method is easier and safer?

    Thanks

    Thanks

    #40709
    Bill Christiansen
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    • Posts: 187

    I need root to make some apps access external sd card (for example ttorrent), use ntfs usb devices and maybe find an app which low back light cause lower setting sometimes is too high… Will root satisfy my needs? Which root method is easier and safer? Thanks Thanks

    Try to ask App developer also as may be fault of app not asking and being granted permissions to write to ex sd or maybe Google doesn’t think torrent app safe so doesn’t give permissions. You can probably fix most things with root if you know how, but that’s the hard part.

    I installed the NTFS / Exfat fix in this thread. It works on microsd card but still can’t recognize NTFS formatted usb stick.

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