1. 27 Nov, 2017 1 commit
  2. 17 Jun, 2017 1 commit
    • bigbiff bigbiff's avatar
      twrpDigest refactor · 56cf5646
      bigbiff bigbiff authored
      This patch is to refactor twrpDigest using polymorphism
      and inheritance to use the same call patterns for creating and
      reading a digest. Now a library.
      Use SHA2 from libcrypto. SHA2 is default if device has libcrypto.
      
      Change string MD5 everywhere to use digest or Digest instead. Updated
      string tags to digest. Translation will be required.
      
      Switch out digest code into a driver class from partitionmanager.
      
      SHA2 is better for digest creation due to decreased collision space
      compared to MD5 and SHA1.
      
      See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA-2
      
      Change-Id: I74b5546789990b12aa4ce2e389d25f80a3fe213f
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  3. 26 Aug, 2016 1 commit
  4. 04 Aug, 2016 1 commit
  5. 01 Aug, 2016 1 commit
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      ADB: Add adb backup for TWRP. · ce8f83c4
      bigbiff authored
      Functionality for client side to backup
      tar and image streams over adbd to the client under backup.ab.
      
      Using adb backup on the client side you can backup the partitions
      TWRP knows about.
      
      On the client side you can do the following:
      adb backup -f <filename> --twrp <options> where options are
      --compress: compress data
      system: backup system
      cache: backup cache
      data: backup data
      boot: backup boot
      etc for each partition.
      
      You can string multiple options,
      i.e. adb backup -f <filename> --twrp --compress cache system data
      
      adb backup in TWRP will take any option corresponding
      to TWRP fstab partitions, e.g. efs boot as well.
      
      If you do not specify the filename with the -f option,
      adb will backup your data to a filename backup.ab on the client.
      You can then rename the file and encrypt it with desktop tools.
      
      If you don't want to use command line arguments:
      adb backup --twrp
      
      will bring up the gui and allow you to choose partitions
      from the backup page.
      
      To restore the backup use the following convention:
      adb restore <filename>
      
      Structures are used to store metadata in binary inside
      of the file itself. If the metadata structure is modified,
      update the adb version so that it will invalidate older
      backups and not cause issues on restore. When restoring,
      we currently do not support picking specific partitions.
      It's all or nothing.
      
      Change-Id: Idb92c37fc9801dc8d89ed2a4570e9d12e76facf8
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