I have the problem that I’m not able to decrypt my phone on normal boot anymore.
I changed the encryption password to an easier one before I performed an upgrade (FPOpen - Android 5 to 6 - as I had it to enter so often) using Snopperstopper. Now as the upgrade finished successful I wanted to change it back.
Snooperstopper showed (after chaning it to the new one):
Failed to change device encryption password. Use the 'vdc cryptfs changepw password' command in a root shell to set the password manually BEFORE rebooting.
I did that but now the encryption does not accept the new nor the old one when I try to decrypt the phone on boot.
The old one works in TWRP
So I wanted to ask if there is an option to fix this in TWRP? (e.g. via terminal or adb shell)
Thanks in advance.