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18th July 2019, 04:06 AM |#501  
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Hey everyone! It's been a while thanks to life and such but I have a test build out that I'll make the next release if all goes well. Let me know if it works for you, I'm especially interested in system as root devices.

I completely revamped the zip to now use AK3 by @osm0sis and have a modified version of magiskboot in it that'll do some extra stuff for ramdisk patching

Thank you. Long time and grateful user of your work
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18th July 2019, 10:11 AM |#502  
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Hey everyone! It's been a while thanks to life and such but I have a test build out that I'll make the next release if all goes well. Let me know if it works for you, I'm especially interested in system as root devices.

I completely revamped the zip to now use AK3 by @osm0sis and have a modified version of magiskboot in it that'll do some extra stuff for ramdisk patching

Everything works well here.
- System-as-root
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18th July 2019, 03:28 PM |#503  
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Hey everyone! It's been a while thanks to life and such but I have a test build out that I'll make the next release if all goes well. Let me know if it works for you, I'm especially interested in system as root devices.

I completely revamped the zip to now use AK3 by @osm0sis and have a modified version of magiskboot in it that'll do some extra stuff for ramdisk patching

Latest version works well for me, but I would love to have a system root again. This means flashing this zip converts magisk to system root?
18th July 2019, 03:32 PM |#504  
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Latest version works well for me, but I would love to have a system root again. This means flashing this zip converts magisk to system root?

You should flash magisk_uninstaller.zip for your Magisk version in TWRP to remove all Magisk components.
18th July 2019, 03:34 PM |#505  
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Latest version works well for me, but I would love to have a system root again. This means flashing this zip converts magisk to system root?

Nope. It does the same stuff it always has but now should be compatible with system as root devices
18th July 2019, 11:16 PM |#506  
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Pardon my ignorance but what do you mean by system as root
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19th July 2019, 12:52 AM |#507  
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Pardon my ignorance but what do you mean by system as root

if you don't know it, you probably don't have it
https://source.android.com/devices/b...system-as-root
19th July 2019, 01:23 PM |#508  
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if you don't know it, you probably don't have it
https://source.android.com/devices/b...system-as-root

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20th July 2019, 07:21 PM |#509  
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Well, after flashing this zip, my custom rom (xiaomi.eu 10.3.1 redmi 5 plus) still encrypts my internal storage; therefore, TWRP is still unable to mount data partition when returned after the first system boot.
20th July 2019, 08:46 PM |#510  
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Well, after flashing this zip, my custom rom (xiaomi.eu 10.3.1 redmi 5 plus) still encrypts my internal storage; therefore, TWRP is still unable to mount data partition when returned after the first system boot.

did you start with the decrypted internal storage? if not, you will have to format internal storage before to First boot.
21st July 2019, 08:13 AM |#511  
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Hey everyone! It's been a while thanks to life and such but I have a test build out that I'll make the next release if all goes well. Let me know if it works for you, I'm especially interested in system as root devices.

I completely revamped the zip to now use AK3 by @osm0sis and have a modified version of magiskboot in it that'll do some extra stuff for ramdisk patching

I am using the zip with both dm-verity and forceencrypt in the zip filename. With this new version, it seems like the /cache/.magisk file is not being read by Magisk. Maybe it's because anykernel.sh, line 53, is removing the file right after it creates it, i.e. echo is followed by rm. But in the old version (which seemed to work well), boot_patch.sh had the rm command followed by echo. Maybe I'm missing something.

With the new version, the result is that checkmarks are both checked when I bring up Magisk Manager. For the old version, both were unchecked. I don't see any difference in the behavior, i.e. I stay decrypted either way (and I guess dm-verity is disabled either way). @Zackptg5, can you tell me why these checkmarks on or off don't make any difference? I've never paid any attention to them until getting this Essential PH-1 with A/B slots.
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