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  1. This 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
  2. In this topic, which I'll update every time I find something useful, I will share configurations that are safe and configurations that are risky that you can try yourself on your own PRO¹-X. Everything shown here requires system permissions. The only way for you to get system permissions is by rooting the phone. There's no way around. That's how Android works. Because these are settings using sysfs. By design, they are temporary. Rebooting your phone will reset them to their default values. If you break something and you don't know how or what, one way that usually solves it is shutt
  3. 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
  4. Hello, How do I obtain root permissions on my Fxtec Pro1, using only stock OS and no custom recovery? I saw the "Got my Pro1, any ideas on root access?" thread already. It doesn't help me because I don't want to flash anything with fastboot until I have backups of my stock recovery and stock android image. Getting those backups seems to require root access: https://android.stackexchange.com/a/220324 https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/how-do-i-backup-my-stock-recovery.2798853/post-53770286 In the aforementioned thread, `Linkandzelda` seemed to have similar end-goals to
  5. A 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?
  6. Are we able to choose the root password for our phones, for the default installation you provide? In my case, I want to install something like sudo and then remove root password just like I do in my PC.
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