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13th September 2019, 12:51 PM |#211  
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For anyone in a bootloop:
If you are on custom, you can safely remove the file in $MODPATH/system/product/overlay or $MODPATH/vendor/overlay

For those on stock with issues I'm still investigating

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Originally Posted by Kashamalaga

If someone go under bootloop I used the
Magisk Modules [email protected] to prevent the reflash

That's unnecessary
It's a unity installer, just reflash

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Bootloop here too; Havoc OS

I'm on havoc currently with no issues. Possibly a bad flash

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13th September 2019, 06:21 PM |#212  
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Tried latest version, seems to break the ability of all my apps being able to access storage.
17th September 2019, 04:10 PM |#213  
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Latest version gave me bootloops on Pixel XL with Android 10. Since Pixel XL doesn't have TWRP yet on Android 10, to disable Magisk and get back into the system, I reflashed the stock boot.img via: fastboot flash boot boot.img

Update:
I was able to disable the module via ADB using the latest Magisk Canary which stopped the bootloops and allowed me to stay rooted.

1. While on the stock boot.img (no root), boot into system and turn on USB debugging and connect PC via USB to authorize the device. If USB debugging was already turned on and authorized, you probably don't need to flash the stock boot.img if you are still on the patched (rooted) verision.
2. Flash the patched magisk boot.img version in fastboot if you are not rooted
3. Boot into system, and while the device is booting (in the bootloop), run "adb shell" and then "magisk --remove-modules"
17th September 2019, 04:43 PM |#214  
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Originally Posted by cantenna

Tried latest version, seems to break the ability of all my apps being able to access storage.

That's extremely odd it should not touch that

Are you on Android Q?

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17th September 2019, 06:38 PM |#215  
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Tried latest version, seems to break the ability of all my apps being able to access storage.

just install the webview apk as normal app
17th September 2019, 06:53 PM |#216  
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Pixel 2 on Android 10 and Magisk 19.3.

Magisk Manager says this module was updated today so I installed it and immediately rebooted as instructed, but just went into a boot loop.

I had to uninstall with TWRP in order to boot normally.

The same thing happened when I tried it a few days ago as well.

Unfortunately I've never used this module before, so I can't say when the problem first appeared.
17th September 2019, 07:17 PM |#217  
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Originally Posted by nogaff

Pixel 2 on Android 10 and Magisk 19.3.

Magisk Manager says this module was updated today so I installed it and immediately rebooted as instructed, but just went into a boot loop.

I had to uninstall with TWRP in order to boot normally.

The same thing happened when I tried it a few days ago as well.

Unfortunately I've never used this module before, so I can't say when the problem first appeared.

It wasn't updated today.....

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17th September 2019, 07:33 PM |#218  
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It wasn't updated today.....

Fair enough. Don't know why MM is saying it was then:



Either way, just wanted to add my boot loop report.

Happy to provide any logs that might be of some use.
18th September 2019, 10:34 AM |#219  
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just install the webview apk as normal app


I used the module, so what is it that I need to do tyen?

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That's extremely odd it should not touch that

Are you on Android Q?

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19th September 2019, 06:26 AM |#220  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sunchau

just install the webview apk as normal app

Wont install as a normal app.
19th September 2019, 01:04 PM |#221  
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Originally Posted by cantenna

Tried latest version, seems to break the ability of all my apps being able to access storage.

[QUOTE=cantenna;80258077]I used the module, so what is it that I need to do tyen?[COLOR="Silver"]

go to data/adb/moudles/bromitewebview/system/app/webview
apk is inside

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Originally Posted by nogaff

Fair enough. Don't know why MM is saying it was then:



Either way, just wanted to add my boot loop report.

Happy to provide any logs that might be of some use.

go to data/adb/moudles/ delete the bromite folder and reinstall
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