i have a Mi A1 Rooted on may 5 security patch
now i want to update to the latest security patch
when i tap "restore images" the following message appears "Stock backup does not exist". and i have never encountered this issue before and didn't find any solution, yet
Was just about to hit the sack when I noticed my name had been thrown around a bit. Quick follow-up:
@StuttgartKiwi The description provided by @martyfender is accurate. The stock boot image backup is kept in /data and is a gz patched file named stock_boot_<sha-1 hash for the boot image file>.img.gz.
I'm not sure why the backup isn't created on your device. It should, even when using the Manager to patch the boot image on an unrooted system. I just tested, and it works... When patching, it places the backup in the Managers data folder and then Magisk moves it to /data during the first boot after flashing the patched image (or just the next boot if you're already rooted).
Try running the following command as su in a terminal emulator (not Termux):
find -name 'stock_boot*'
cd /data/local mv boot.img stock_boot_$(sha1sum boot.img|cut -b-40).img gzip -9 <file you just created with the mv command>
I have used MagiskHide on all apps except the two apps that I installed Magisk for (Battery charge limit & Camera Error fix). I even hid Magisk manager by re-installation and the cts profile & basic integrity check always return "True". But still, for some reason apps like Paytm are able to detect that my phone is rooted. What do I do now?
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