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root Pro1-X: Rooting with Magisk
Casey posted a topic in DocumentationThis is the complete guide on how to root your Pro1-X with Magisk. Rooting you Pro1-X can allow you to 'unlock' superuser permissions along with flashing custom ROMs. This process will require you to have OEM unlocked before proceeding as we will need to use Bootloader mode to flash a patched boot.img from Magisk. It should take around 20-30 minutes for users who are new with rooting their phones. Instructions for unrooting your Pro1-X are also included in this user manual. Click the attachment below to download the user manual for rooting your Pro1-X with Magisk. How to Root
pro1-x Magisk Install on PRO¹-xHow to install Magisk on PRO¹-X? Is it similar to this manual ? Where to find the img files for recovery and such? Are they in the google drive mentioned here?
I just recently installed AICP on my Pro1 and, in another thread, I was asked how I went about getting root and Safetynet working, including Google Pay working. It was pretty straight-forward really, but I had to dig around a bit to figure it out. Here are the exact steps, as best I recollect them. This may not be the best or only way, but it worked for me. And thanks to a number of developers/contributors and forum posts which I consulted while figuring out this process. - Wipe phone, fastboot flash Lineage recovery, then adb sideload AICP and NikGapps ZIPs. Checked phone boots into Andr
Riru Core EdXposed Magisk
daniel.schaaaf posted a topic in How TosYou got Magisk installed? Awesome! But wait, there is more! 🙂 This thread is meant for the exchange of everyone's experience with Riru and Xposed modules running with EdXposed. The installation is pretty simple: 1) In Magisk, install "Riru - Core", reboot, 2) install "Riru - EdXposed" (SandHook), reboot, 3) install "EdXposed Manager" (github.com/ElderDrivers/EdXposedManager/releases). Once everything is set up, install Xposed modules like crazy ... and prepare yourself for a hell of crashes and boot halts 🥰. Since we do not have TWRP with data decryption yet, you have to be prep
OTA Update fails after using Magisk RootA few days ago, I flashed a patched boot image to boot_a. I used the image from here and patched it with the Magisk app. It worked wonderfully, I had root and the phone would pass safety net checks. After flashing the patched boot image, I backed up boot_b. Today I got the OTA notification and switched to slot b using fastboot --set-active=b and then rebooted and tried installing the OTA, I got the following error message: Install fail Reason: 20 Magisk is not active on slot b, so why can't I install the update?