How to save TWRP settings permanently ? - XDA Assist

Hello,
i've searched XDA and the web but i did not find any answer to my question.
After flashing TWRP to my smartphone and starting into TWRP i set the different options of TWRP like language, 24-hour time display, MD5 check etc.
But after rebooting and using my smartphone as usual the next time i boot into TWRP all settings are resetted to the (standard) of TWRP - it seems
TWRP does not remember my settings. Is there an option to permanently save my settings in TWRP (language set to GERMAn, 24hour time format etc.) ??
Or can you tell me a thrad or a support mail address of the developer of TWRP for asking them to implement an option to save the user settings in TWRP
thus after entering TWRP the options set before are used again.
thanks

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Thank you for using XDA Assist.
Please provide your device model so I can best assist you.

Hello,
sorry, i'm new here. My smartphone is a LeTV LeEco Le Max 2 (x820)

This is really weird, TWRP does save settings automatically.
You should try to flash TWRP again and see if the problem subsist.

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So I stayed up WAY too late last night trying to figure this out so I figured I'd see if anyone here can help. I apologize in advance if this is the wrong section.
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The experts for your device are located there and will be able to help.
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TWRP ask password, why? RN3P Kenzo

Hello guys. I have a RN3P with unlocked bootloader and when I install the TWRP, TWRP asked the password. I hit "cancel" but not I was unable to access the internal data also could not get root 'cause had no data in memory. the TWRP unable to access the memory. I tried several passwords "defalut_password" but without success.
When restarted the unit entered BRICK. I had to give flash another ROM by MiFlash for RN3P work again.
You could give me a good tutorial?
Follow this happened here and this "mistake" that showed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_P7Qd3kpAI
RN3P / MIUI 8 Beta / Android 6.0
I found similar image representing my problem. Once the TWRP started this screen appeared.
Thank you.
Try entering your phone password. If your phone password was a pattern, enter the password in terms of numbers-
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
Hit thanks if it works!
i had the same problem.
Solved with Flashing Stable Miui8 Version to Lollipop in MiFlasher alias edl mode.
Then Unlocked the Bootloader and installed twrp.
At this point iam free from the Password quest.
Now i m able to run the Epic Rom.
Thank you. I managed to solve the problem using this tutorial: http://en.miui.com/thread-358819-1-1.html
I'm using MIUI 8 Beta - 6.9.22 + ROOT

How to save TWRP settings permanently ?

Hello,
i've searched XDA and the web but i did not find any answer to my question.
After flashing TWRP to my smartphone and starting into TWRP i set the different options of TWRP like language, 24-hour time display, MD5 check etc.
But after rebooting and using my smartphone as usual the next time i boot into TWRP all settings are resetted to the (standard) of TWRP - it seems
TWRP does not remember my settings. Is there an option to permanently save my settings in TWRP (language set to GERMAn, 24hour time format etc.) ??
Or can you tell me a thrad or a support mail address of the developer of TWRP for asking them to implement an option to save the user settings in TWRP
thus after entering TWRP the options set before are used again.
thanks
Greetings!
Thank you for using XDA Assist.
Please provide your device model so I can best assist you.
Hello,
sorry, i'm new here. My smartphone is a LeTV LeEco Le Max 2 (x820)
This is really weird, TWRP does save settings automatically.
You should try to flash TWRP again and see if the problem subsist.

install international firmware on EVA-AL00 (+ some issues)

Hi everybody, I'm new on xda and I just received my P9, chinese version. Great phone by the firt impression, but after a some time spent configuring it I still have some "issues":
- I'm not able to download the googe dialer and contacts apps from the play store
- I only receive notifications from some apps (ie whatsapp and facebook) if they are opened in the multitasking (I know, there is already at least one thread on this topic but I didn't found any solution)
- I can't find a way to change the action associated to the long press of the home button and get rid of hi voice (I reallt want to try now on tap)
If anyone know how to individually solve these problems please tell me
Anyway, hoping to solve them and get rid of all the little residues of chinese language, I'm thinking of trying to install the international firmware: first of all, is it possible? From what I've read I must flash the oeminfo and the dload files, so I suppose that after unlocking the bootloader I have to install TWRP, do I also have to root the phone?
Last thing, how can I backup the current oeminfo and firmware in case anything goes wrong or I decide/need to revert the process?
Thanks for the attention and sorry for my english
Come on guys, can anyone help me?
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I have the same problem! I would like to flash the international firmware but I can't find any tutorial. Someone can help us?
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Hi guys,
BUMP this thread.
I too have a Huawei P9 - AL00 - EVA AL00C00B176 - EMUI 4.1 on android 6.0 | I would like to flash the phone with an L09 European firmware (standard). I've been reading through a lot of threads and here is what I've done so far:
used the DC unlocker to unlock my phone and get bootloader code - successful
used the SRKtool to try install TWRP (to get root). It says installed but I cannot boot to TWRP - just boots normally or boots into erecovery - have tried installing TWRP via three methods - fastboot, SRK, Paulobreun, "spanish one", etc. None have worked so far. Have tried switching phone off, on with volume up + power button. NOTHING.
SRK tool is excellent but haven't been able to get past root - ADB server WAITING FOR DEVICE. Fastboot mode is the only mode that seems to work - have once been able to get SRK tool to load correctly in Debug mode.
Have the phone in debugging mode and have tried using the *#*#2846579#*#* to set to manufacturing mode - waiting for device endures. ONLY DC Unlocker seems to connect properly once in manufacturing mode * note - I don't have OEM unlocker option in Debugger.
Please can someone assist guys like us to get these awesome phones working as needed
Many thanks,
The_JooP
It is Volume DOWN + power button. Not up.
And if you have SRK tool, there is a Utility menu where you can boot your phone in Recovery, Bootloader and eRecovery mode.
The AL00 actually has the latest and quickest updates. It just updated to B183 yesterday.
If you want the European version, I think you should re-brand your phone before you flash any European firmware.
There is a tutorial for re-branding:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/p9/h...phone-t3410045
Up this thred!
I'm in the same situation with AL-10 Chinese version.
Want to flash Europe/international version.
I downloaded SRK tool and saw there that oeminfo for EVA-L29 is not available.
After flash oeminfo/wipe I can flash the version by dload?
Sent from my Huawei P9 using XDA Labs
Accordingly to the TWRP installation guide, many devices will replace your custom recovery automatically during first boot, so After typing fastboot reboot, hold the key combo (Volume UP, no need power button in this case) and boot to TWRP. Once TWRP is booted, TWRP will patch the stock ROM to prevent the stock ROM from replacing TWRP. If you don't follow this step, you will have to repeat the install. (source: https://twrp.me/devices/huaweip9.html)
So, you shouldn't let your phone reboot "normally", but you must force it to reboot on TWRP from the beginning.
Volume DOWN is for fastboot, but for enter in recovery mode, Volume UP is correct.
I solved this issue with the right settings in the Permission manager: you have to launch the Permission manager, choosing the Facebook, Whatsapp,... or the application you need to get notifications and be sure that is selected the option "App auto-launch" (in this case if the app is not open in multitasking, it will be by herself).
You have also to be careful to the Phone Manager application (is not a Settings option, is just an application herself) because has the "Power usage firewall (power-intensive apps)" function that if is not well setup, it literally kills the application that are running on background. So in the case you need notifications, you need to allow functions like "System wakeup" and "Keep running after screen off". "Power-intensive prompt" is good to be disabled in the case of whatsapp-like applications.
I also tried everywhere and I didn't found anything. I will try to search if there is any system file that could be modified (of course, will be necessary to have rooted phone).
NOTE:
I have an EVA-AL00 (Chinese version) but I keeped the stock rom and most of the application (I just removed the 100%chinese-unusefullhere applications). I honestly didn't found any big issue that push me to change to an international rom, but if for any reason I will decide to install it, you will be the first to know.
The main point to me is about the integration of the softwares.
I basically use Google for everything. But when you have the Chinese ROM, Uber for example will launch Baidu maps instead of Google's. The MI Fit app, to use with Mi band will not be integrated with Google fit, but other chinesse app. It wouldn't be a problem if the app has English or PT-BR support, but most of the time they don't.
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[ROM][Unlocked BL][6.0] Xiaomi.eu 7.2.16 for MI5S/MI5S Plus

Xiaomi.eu MultiLanguage ROM for MI5S | MI5S Plus
Download
http://miuif.celogeek.com/7.2.16/
https://megadysk.pl/f/7.2.16
Rom Installation
1. Unlock bootloader
2. Flash TWRP (i uploaded china twrp on this forum, use that)
3. Factory reset (do your backup before processing!) -> if you are using mi account, please remenber that's account's password or remove mi account from device
before factory reset, because you need to input mi account password to use phone after factory reset!
4. Wipe data (it will erase your internal storage. PLEASE DO YOUR BACKUP BEFORE PROCESSING!!!
5. Install rom
6. Enjoy!
Did anyone try it? I have Mi 5s 4GB ram. Thanks.
Looks like Xiaomi.eu is unavaiable the last 2 days...
Or is it just me?
Sent from my MI 5 using XDA Premium HD app
Thank you for sharing. Rom works great on Mi 5s 4/128.
Hello
I read that the new existing TWRP version is for Xiaomi normal Mi5s, not for the plus.
Can you confirm that it also works on the PLUS?
I'm a bit confused and did not know what to do, I would not make a mistake.
I do not understand why there is already the ROM for the model Mi5S PLUS but not the TWRP recovery exists to charge it ........ it does not seem logical ...
Thank you.
Rock
Works great on Mi 5s 3/ 64
Hi... I just received my mi5s 4gb phone and discovered UK locale is missing. This means I can't set up a Mi account with +44 number in order to use bootloader unlock tool. Any ideas of how to proceed?
Thanks
Or scrap that... UK locale magically appeared after a reboot so was able to request bootloader unlock. Said it can take up to 10 days though?!
There are some already for unlock granted Accounts which helped me.... bugmenot.com
Managed to unlock the bootloader using MIUI unlock tool. ADB/Fastboot don't appear to be working though. I've enabled USB Debugging via developer options and have it in MTP mode. Command "ADB devices" shows nothing as does "fastboot devices". I assume this is a compatible USB driver issue. It appears to be fine in Device Manager (i.e. no yellow triangle). Any idea what I can do to fix? I'm running Windows 7.
I'm assuming I can't run "fastboot flash ... " if "fastboot devices" comes up with nothing.
Did anyone manage to install TWRP on Mi5s PLUS? Does that work

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