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13th June 2019, 01:56 AM |#34101  
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I have a question,how can I use my rooted n8
On verified sites and apps?
There are several sites here in portugal that I can't use because the device is not secure and in some apps like IRS and social security....how can I circumvent that?
Without losing root? Cheers

That's 3 questions.

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13th June 2019, 02:12 AM |#34102  
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I need help.
I have HTC ONE M8 with stock marshmallow rom, I install TWRP and then Magisk 19.3
but when I type su in terminal command "PERMISSION DENIED" appears and there is no prompt to grant superuser
any clue please
13th June 2019, 04:14 AM |#34103  
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The device I have (Pixel 3a XL) lacks twrp and is bootlooping due to a Magisk module I forgot to disable before an OTA. I had the idea of modifying the stock bootloader's init.rc to try to write the .disable_magisk file but that doesn't appear to work. Also tried having it write to /sdcard as a sanity test and that also failed, and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Is it possible to modify either the stock or the Magisk patched bootloader to force Magisk into core only mode?
13th June 2019, 06:26 AM |#34104  
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I have a mido and after i updated Magisk, magisk hide in v19.3 is unable to hide root access from apps in SD card. What can i do to fix it ?
13th June 2019, 06:39 AM |#34105  
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That's 3 questions.

Great....you can count....
13th June 2019, 06:48 AM |#34106  
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It appears that the play store allows apps to block compatibility with bootloader unlocked devices, and Netflix has done that in the past.

Question is whether Magisk previously successfully hid an unlocked bootloader and now doesn't do that, or doesn't hide that but Netflix has now decided to block these devices...

There's been no change to Magisk's abilities to hide an unlocked bootloader. Can you pass SafetyNet? If so the unlocked bootloader is hidden...

Apps that look for it stops showing up in the Play store of you somehow have gotten your device flagged as uncertified:
https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magisk...doesnt_show_up

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So is it just not true that the latest Magisk Canary has a fix for this, or am I missing something?

You haven't missed anything. Nothing's changed on that front.

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I have a question,how can I use my rooted n8
On verified sites and apps?
There are several sites here in portugal that I can't use because the device is not secure and in some apps like IRS and social security....how can I circumvent that?
Without losing root? Cheers

https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magisk...root_from_apps

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The device I have (Pixel 3a XL) lacks twrp and is bootlooping due to a Magisk module I forgot to disable before an OTA. I had the idea of modifying the stock bootloader's init.rc to try to write the .disable_magisk file but that doesn't appear to work. Also tried having it write to /sdcard as a sanity test and that also failed, and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Is it possible to modify either the stock or the Magisk patched bootloader to force Magisk into core only mode?

If you've previously used adb and given shell Superuser access, you could connect your device to that computer, run this command and then turn the device on.
Code:
adb wait-for-device && adb shell su -c touch /data/cache/.disable_magisk
A bit of a longshot, but who knows...

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I have a mido and after i updated Magisk, magisk hide in v19.3 is unable to hide root access from apps in SD card. What can i do to fix it ?

https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magisk...root_from_apps
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13th June 2019, 06:48 AM |#34107  
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13th June 2019, 07:10 AM |#34108  
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If you've previously used adb and given shell Superuser access, you could connect your device to that computer, run this command and then turn the device on.

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adb wait-for-device && adb shell su -c touch /data/cache/.disable_magisk
A bit of a longshot, but who knows...

I hadn't given adb SU access but decided to try that anyway. Doesn't get far enough in the boot for adb to connect, unfortunately. It pops up a quick "Please wait..", crashes back to bootloader, and boots to a "Your system may be corrupt. If this keeps happening yada yada" screen with a try again/factory reset. Since the bootloader on-board is the stock one until this is resolved, it then boots fine from there.
13th June 2019, 07:16 AM |#34109  
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I hadn't given adb SU access but decided to try that anyway. Doesn't get far enough in the boot for adb to connect, unfortunately. It pops up a quick "Please wait..", crashes back to bootloader, and boots to a "Your system may be corrupt. If this keeps happening yada yada" screen with a try again/factory reset. Since the bootloader on-board is the stock one until this is resolved, it then boots fine from there.

That doesn't sound like it's caused by a module. They're loaded later in the boot process. You've likely got something else going on. A wipe might be necessary...

And what about the bootloader? Magisk doesn't touch that.
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13th June 2019, 07:18 AM |#34110  
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[QUOTE="Your system may be corrupt. If this keeps happening yada yada" screen with a try again/factory reset.[/QUOTE]

This sounds like dm_verity is not disabled.
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13th June 2019, 07:40 AM |#34111  
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If you've previously used adb and given shell Superuser access, you could connect your device to that computer, run this command and then turn the device on.


I hadn't given adb SU access but decided to try that anyway. Doesn't get far enough in the boot for adb to connect, unfortunately. It pops up a quick "Please wait..", crashes back to bootloader, and boots to a "Your system may be corrupt. If this keeps happening yada yada" screen with a try again/factory reset. Since the bootloader on-board is the stock one until this is resolved, it then boots fine from there.

What happens if you flash the new stock (unrooted) kernel to both slots? This almost sounds (guessing since I haven't seen it) that it's failing to boot on one slot then recovering by booting from the other slot. Saying this because you say it fails, then succeeds.
Bootloader will always be stock. Nothing you've done, or attempted to do, effects the bootloader (other than applying the OTA).

Did you patch the new, updated, stock kernel with Magisk or are you trying to use an older kernel?
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If he's running stock then he shouldn't be turning dm_verity off anyway.
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