Zenfone Max Pro Forced Encryption Disabler Tweak

Use this decryption tweak to disable forced encryption mechanism planted on the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 that prevents the phone into successful booting after flashing a custom recovery. In other words, without flashing this little tweak, your phone will go into bootloop once you installed either TWRP or RWRP, and once you allowed the recovery to do system modifications.

In general, this tweak is similar to Lazy Flasher or DM-Verity Disabler for MIUI devices but this one is built exclusively compatible with Zenfone Max Pro. Additionally, the developer, Sudeep Duhoon, confirmed that the tweak not only prevents the phone from bootloop but also helps the phone to gain a little boost of its performance. The most important part, it allows internal storage and data mounting on the recovery.

Check also: Red Wolf TWRP for Zenfone Max Pro M1.


The file size is very small but it is necessary for every Max Pro M1 user who wants to root his/her device. Grab the file from the direct link below. How to use? Simply put it on SD Card or internal storage of your phone and then flash it through TWRP/RWRP. Do not forget to format /data before rebooting.

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Version n/a | 585 downloads | Size: 176 KB

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