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Flashing the YNG1TAS2I3 update through ADB Sideload with TWRP

  1. Dr. Indest
    Lollipop Jun 18, 2015

    Dr. Indest , Jun 18, 2015 :
    Download the TWRP app from the play store. Update your recovery and then install the new update.

    Off topic: Is it me or is the new update 5.0.2? I was trying to flash xposed for 5.1 thinking we got COS 12.1.... With.
     

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  2. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 18, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 18, 2015 :
    It is 5.0.2. If it were 5.1 the file would probably be called "cm-12.1"
     

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  3. Dr. Indest
    Lollipop Jun 18, 2015

    Dr. Indest , Jun 18, 2015 :
    Kinda disappointed... Oh well...
     

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  4. oscarvanl
    Jelly Bean Jun 19, 2015

    oscarvanl , Jun 19, 2015 :
    Is there a mirror of the huge file from a faster host? CM's servers seem to have been shat on

    Edit: Nvm, suddenly jumped to 12MB/s and was done in seconds after claiming it would take 4 hours.
     

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  5. SLENDY243
    Eclair Jun 20, 2015

    SLENDY243 , Jun 20, 2015 :
    Do you need to wipe the device before flashing it through TWRP or can you just flash it over the old CM12?
     

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  6. feluda
    Lollipop Jun 20, 2015


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  7. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 20, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 20, 2015 :
    Just clear cache. That is all I did
     

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  8. pankajgupta
    Gingerbread Jun 25, 2015


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  9. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 25, 2015 :
    There are instructions on the first page. Second method just requires you downloading the zip from the first method and putting it on the root of your Internal Storage
     

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  10. pankajgupta
    Gingerbread Jun 25, 2015

    pankajgupta , Jun 25, 2015 :

    but isn't that going to wipe my data on the phone ? please advise
     

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  11. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 25, 2015 :
    It didn't wipe my data.
     

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  12. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 25, 2015 :
    @DaxNagtegaal want to give some assurance?
     

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  13. DaxNagtegaal
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015


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  14. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 25, 2015 :
    Don't know what assurance that gave, but okay :D
     

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  15. DaxNagtegaal
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015


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  16. Baymax
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015

    Baymax , Jun 25, 2015 :
    You are just trolling me now, aren't you?
     

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  17. DaxNagtegaal
    Marshmallow Jun 25, 2015


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  18. noobhackr
    Froyo Jun 26, 2015

    noobhackr , Jun 26, 2015 :
    If you could provide more detailed, that would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
     

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  19. Dr. Indest
    Lollipop Jun 26, 2015

    Dr. Indest , Jun 26, 2015 :
    Open up the play store> search for: TWRP> download> open app> click the settings button> install recovery> select your device (oneplus one beacon)> select the newest update> install> turn off your phone> hold the power and volume down button at the same time> once in recovery, select install> select the FULL (not the 20 mb) update zip> slide to install> reboot
     

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  20. noobhackr
    Froyo Jun 27, 2015

    noobhackr , Jun 27, 2015 :
    My request could have been more specific :)

    I did a search relating to my questions, but could not find them.

    Questions - SD card patch
    Upon opening, the app prompts if i would like it to apply its SD card patch to make system partition writeable properly.
    Is this safe? and is it reversible should it cause issues?
    (Please point me to the relevant online resources if there are any.)

    I have not applied the SD card patch, for now.

    Questions - Updating TWRP
    I wanted to update TWRP from 2.8.5.1 to 2.8.7.
    After choosing TWRP version 2.8.7, the app proceeded to download the image.
    And then there was a prompt about choosing the correct partition?/folder?, if I remember it correctly, with a warning that incorrect choice MAY BRICK the device.
    The warning is now gone (I don't remember if I accidentally swiped the message away or it disappeared after the screen timed out).
    I searched for TWRP within es file explorer but could not find any. Where is the downloaded TWRP file/s?
    In the 'Install TWRP' section, the 'Device Name' and 'Recovery Version to Install' are correct, and 'Install Recovery' option is now available (was greyed out before). How do I proceed safely?

    Thanks
     

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