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[ROOT] [MAGISK] (Without Recovery) Root your device with MAGISK Without Recovery

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By Aquib132, Junior Member on 18th April 2018, 09:03 PM
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19th December 2019, 04:11 PM |#71  
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Bagaimn bang cara pasang magisk exposed buat root hp asus z00vd

Miksi sä et puhu englantia?
26th December 2019, 04:28 PM |#72  
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hello, I wanted to know if the guuda is fine for the 7T Pro McLaren edition, in case of brick can you install a stock rom? Thank you. Current Roma: 1.0.5
29th December 2019, 11:49 PM |#73  
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tried this method on my g7 play (RETCA)

got the magisk_patched.img and applied it with fastboot command, but after reboot, just got random digits and letters (XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX) and it hung on this screen where it used to say "bad key" (which means the bootloader is unlocked)

had to hold down vol down and power to get back to fastboot menu and then restore from stock ROM in fastboot

has anyone else seen this?
17th January 2020, 05:09 PM |#74  
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Hello

Can i then install a custom recovery using adb? Will stock system still replace it with stock recovery?

Thank You
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21st January 2020, 02:59 AM |#75  
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wow i have a cheap rca rltp5567 and that work i have try so many methode lol thank
26th January 2020, 06:59 PM |#76  
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Can confirm this method doesn't work on a Blackview BV6100 (2019 model), neither does OEM unlock via settings. However OEM unlock works via adb fastboot.

Found this on 4pda.ru, but haven't figured it out yet.

Because magiskboot incorrectly unpacks a kernel of this type (it can’t, probably ) and cannot replace skip_initramfs (skip) with want_initramfs.


Procedure *****
1) Install the magic manager on the device.
2) Patch the boot.img image (from the stock firmware)
3) Unpack the patched image, open the kernel in the HEX editor.
4) Look for the value "736B69705F696E697472616D6673" and replace it with "77616E745F696E697472616D6673"
5) Save the change and pack the image.
6) We flash the image into the body in the BOOT section. We are happy with the root.
https://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?show...#entry91068157

Would appreciate some advice/help on this.
3rd February 2020, 06:21 PM |#77  
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Is it normal that using this method, root works but I cannot edit system folder?
11th February 2020, 02:33 PM |#78  
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Is it normal that using this method, root works but I cannot edit system folder?

Normal as far as I know until you mount root as rw in root explorer, mixplorer, adb, twrp, etc...
11th February 2020, 04:24 PM |#79  
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Normal as far as I know until you mount root as rw in root explorer, mixplorer, adb, twrp, etc...

... and you do not have an Android version with mounts SaR (system as root).
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