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After flashing twrp recovery phone is stuck at (set warranty bit :recovery)

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Lucky030, Sep 19, 2019.

  1. Lucky030

    Lucky030 Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I tried to root my Samsung galaxy on7 sm-g600fy using Odin
    After flashing tar.md5 I tried to boot the phone into twrp recovery mode to flash SuperSU but it is not opening twrp recovery mode instead it is stuck at
    (set warranty bit:recovery) .on top of screen
    ..
    (Samsung galaxy on7 ) in middle

    (Powered by Android) in the bottom

    If someone can help please help me to get root access o my device
     



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  2. Davdi

    Davdi Android Expert

    the .MD5 file is NOT what you want to flash, it's just a hash value which you can use to confirm that the TWRP file is not corrupt. You have not flashed TWRP, it looks like you've either overwritten the stock recovery (or part of it, MD5 files are only a few bytes long) with the MD5 hash file (not good) , This Wikipedia article explains what MD5 is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MD5.
    Here's a link explaining what you should be doing: https://www.getdroidtips.com/twrp-recovery-galaxy-on7-pro/
    search for "set warranty bit recovery" and there are plenty of guides.
    There's also this link to You tube tutorial videos: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=set+warranty+bit+recovery+Galaxy+ON7. The first one is specific to your phone.
    Please do some research, in your phone's sub forum here, and on xda developers (and You Tbe videos can be really helpful as well). at least before doing anything that might brick your phone. I've never had any problems with unlocking bootloaders, installng TWRP or ClockworkMod recoveries on various phones from HTC, Motorola and Sony. This is because I take the time to fully understand what's required and how to do it.
     
  3. when i flash twrp Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017 Qualcomm Sprint) (j7popltespr) with odin it flash good but when i go into twrp it say set warranity bit .than it go into twrp i wipe the device in twrp and install magisk i reboot my phone and it say set warranity bit it load up normal but now when i reboot my phone or power off my phone it say set warranity bit everytime and when i am ready to go into twrp my internal storage is 0MB i will have to wipe phone to get back my storage
     
  4. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    set warranty bit: recovery" is simply there to tell you that you're not on stock recovery anymore. This is normal for many/most Samsung devices that have Unlocked Bootloaders and Custom Recovery installed. There's only one way to get rid of it... Back to Stock

    For your internal storage OMb's I'm providing the link below

    https://android.stackexchange.com/questions/204831/twrp-internal-storage0-mb
     
    #4 MrJavi, Sep 18, 2020
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2020
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  5. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    Sprint version (or any USA Galaxy S device version) is absolutely NOT Rootable. You need the SM-600p international version with Exynos chip for any type of Root capability..
     
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  6. But y the twrp can not see my storage it 0 MB everytime I will have to wipe my phone to see it everytime I go into the twrp
     
  7. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    https://android.stackexchange.com/questions/204831/twrp-internal-storage0-mb

    "If the first solution does not open your encryption door to show your internal storage within TWRP. There is another option that should correct your internal storage issue. Format the Data, however it will cause the loss of your UserData. If the data is important to you, make a backup the /data partition. There are two simple approaches: one is through fastboot, the other is within TWRP. Since your device is a Samsung that negates the fastboot option.

    1. Boot your device into TWRP recovery.
    2. Within TWRP select the wipe option."
    Screenshot_2020-09-18-16-36-19.png

    Select Format Data, and then slide the bar over on the bottom of the screen

    20200918_164034.png

    This will format the encrypted /data partition erasing the encryption. A new un-encrypted /data partition will be created, thus making your internal storage visible.
     
    #8 MrJavi, Sep 18, 2020
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2020
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