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25th March 2020, 10:50 PM |#1021  
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Oukitel K9 V21_20190524 Rooted
Successfully rooted my
  • Oukitel K9 V21_20190524
  • MT6765
  • Android 9
Thanks @diplomatic!

I followed instructions from this thread's #135 post https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...&postcount=135
So I used:
  • mtk-su for arm (not arm64) from mtk-su_21.zip
  • Magisk 18.1 zip
  • Magisk Manager 7.1.1
Will try updating Magisk after a few days—by:
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To update Magisk, do so manually. Simply download the latest Magisk package and extract its magiskinit(64) file to the init.d/bin directory.

What about Magisk Manager update? Not sure if I'm missing anything by using older 7.1.1, but...

RN, not sure of possibility of permanent root, but will do some research.
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26th March 2020, 12:20 PM |#1022  
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Updated bootless root for Magisk 19+!
Get full root on a locked device with the current Magisk!
(NEEDS TESTING)

Fire HD 10 9th gen (2019) Fire OS 7.3.1.0 (Android 9) - working fine! Thank you very much.
P.S. Magisk Manager 7.5.1, Magisk 20.4, mtk-su 21
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26th March 2020, 12:21 PM |#1023  
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Fire HD 10 9th gen (2019) Fire OS 7.3.1.0 - working fine! Thank you very much.

Be sure to disable OTAs

An user disabled them and even the tablet updated to 7.3.1.2

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26th March 2020, 12:40 PM |#1024  
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Tried to update
I got this when trying to update on my OPPO F11. Now I can't roll back to the OPPO version you gave me. It just forces reboot. Trying on the latest SU.boot script and newest Magisk manager. I think I've followed the steps right.
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26th March 2020, 03:01 PM |#1025  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TiTiB

Successfully rooted my

  • Oukitel K9 V21_20190524
  • MT6765
  • Android 9
Thanks @diplomatic!

I followed instructions from this thread's #135 post https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...&postcount=135
So I used:
  • mtk-su for arm (not arm64) from mtk-su_21.zip
  • Magisk 18.1 zip
  • Magisk Manager 7.1.1
Will try updating Magisk after a few days—by:


What about Magisk Manager update? Not sure if I'm missing anything by using older 7.1.1, but...

RN, not sure of possibility of permanent root, but will do some research.

Wait, you used the old Magisk 18.x guide.... but you quoted the new magisk-boot post from here? (I just made that a few days ago.) The updated script lets you use the latest MM + Magisk 20.x. Just delete the old suboot.sh.

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I got this when trying to update on my OPPO F11. Now I can't roll back to the OPPO version you gave me. It just forces reboot. Trying on the latest SU.boot script and newest Magisk manager. I think I've followed the steps right.

Yeah, the magisk-boot script will not work on the Oppo. I will have to update the Oppo script too, later. The reboot sounds like it's happening because of the general release mtk-su program. Put your custom mtk-su back in there. I will probably update that later. If you still get errors from the script, then clear the data of the init.d app and set it up again. I'll be in touch...
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26th March 2020, 09:27 PM |#1026  
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Wait, you used the old Magisk 18.x guide.... but you quoted the new magisk-boot post from here? (I just made that a few days ago.) The updated script lets you use the latest MM + Magisk 20.x. Just delete the old suboot.sh.

Yeah, I've been following this thread, but not close enough and just kinda jumped in and started rooting without fully reading; bad on me. Thanks for the info.
27th March 2020, 04:17 AM |#1027  
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Yeah, the magisk-boot script will not work on the Oppo. I will have to update the Oppo script too, later. The reboot sounds like it's happening because of the general release mtk-su program. Put your custom mtk-su back in there. I will probably update that later. If you still get errors from the script, then clear the data of the init.d app and set it up again. I'll be in touch...[/QUOTE]
Thanks brother. I tried reverting to the old one. It reboots over and over.
27th March 2020, 04:57 AM |#1028  
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I remove old suboot script and started use new.

Phone: Lenovo L18021
Magisk Manager 7.5.1, Magisk 20.4, mtk-su 21.

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Also, when switching to the old script, an error is triggered.
Bad system call.
Bad /sbin mount?
27th March 2020, 05:05 AM |#1029  
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I deleted the data from the boot script app and now I got the mtk-su to work in termux but it won't work with the Magisk Manager for root. That's with the old script for OPPO. Got it to work. Newest MM, magiskscript v18. Had to force it thorough terminal emulator.
27th March 2020, 08:36 AM |#1030  
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can some vivo phones use the mtk-su, like Y93s, Y81, Z3i....
27th March 2020, 01:42 PM |#1031  
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can some vivo phones use the mtk-su, like Y93s, Y81, Z3i....

It may work. You'd have to try it.
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