How to install Magisk with ADB
Does not require the availability of custom recovery and root-access
1. Delete all other types of root-access and restore the partition image of the boot partition
2. Download Magisk v13.6 or later and download / unzip from the firmware partition image of the boot partition
3. Unpack the Magisk archive, put the boot image of the boot partition in the same folder, and rename it to boot.img
4. Rename the folder with the name corresponding to the architecture of your device (arm, arm64, chromeos, x64, x86), in magisk_inject
5. In the terminal, change the current directory to the folder with Magisk and run the following commands one at a time:
Via Magisk Manager (Only support v14.0+):
This method does not need root, and also does not require a custom recovery.
However, you MUST have a stock boot image dump beforehand, and also be able to flash the patched boot image, either through fastboot/download mode or ODIN
Install the latest Magisk Manager
If you're planning to flash the patched boot image through ODIN, go to Settings > Update Settings > Patched Boot Output Format, and select .img.tar. For normal users leave it as the default .img
Press Install > Install > Patch Boot Image File, and select your stock boot image file
Magisk Manager will now patch your boot image, and store it in [Internal Storage]/MagiskManager/patched_boot.img[.tar]
Flash the patched boot image to your device and reboot. Voilà!
Check whether Magisk Manager is installed and the version matches the latest one in the OP
If for some reason Magisk Manager isn't installed/upgraded automatically, please install it manually
Hi there, about that yes I can make phone calls with it I bought the Model with the 4G option (there is 3 models from the same Huawei tablet one of them is WiFi only and the other two can make phone calls) also I managed to unlocked the bootloader by using the device ID I got earlier and Huawei website.
mine is AGS-L09 model
What a buncha bullshit the huawei site is. I got there and when I go to type the product id# in it brings up a calculator dialog with digits I don't even have on the calc.
Done with huawei. All night effing with this is enough. Won't deal with bizarre companies. I'll stick with my samsungs.
I tried... thanks for all of your responses.
Did anyone succeed unlock Mediapad T3 7 bootloader ?
I have model BG2-W09 wifi only (European version). I have problem get product id
which is necessary part for bootloader unlock on Huawei site. Stucked to the calculator thing,
when i'll enter ()()1357946()()= on the calculator - i will get ERROR.
Contacted with the Huawei customer service for the help and got not nice answer:
We are unable to send boot loader code via email and can only be obtained through our website.
If you would want to unlock your phone, you should meet the following conditions:
1.Please register your Huawei ID in our official website on your phone.
2.Log in and logout your Huawei ID continuously for 14 days.
3.Each Huawei ID should not apply for the unlock code more than fifth time within 6 months.
Early people informed that email support works fast, but seems now the Huawei tightened terms.
Now i can expect 2 weeks everyday login to meet the requirements.
Some comments about tablet, maybe following helps someone.
One strange thing i've noticed with the tablet, it's not so easy bring up fastboot / recovery menu.
Pressing volume down + power brings up Chinese language test menu (8 options), nowhere to go with that,
pressing volume up + power brings up dialog with 3 options, "Reboot system now" or "Wipe data / factory reset" or "Wipe cache partition". Pressing by same all 3 buttons, volume up + volume down + power brings
up message that update not succeeded, update file not found on sd card. Also if you press only volume down and connect micro usb cable, it brings you to the Chinese test menu again. Also weird why European version tablet has at all Chinese test menu ?
I have triple boot desktop computer and i've downloaded 3 latest adb and fastboot platform-tools packages, for windows (using 10), mac and linux. With windows, using cmd i can start adb session, query device,
seems like everything works, when i'll try:
"adb reboot bootloader", device just reboots back to the main. Tried the same with the Ubuntu, same thing, adb helps finds the device, but when trying: "adb reboot bootloader" device just reboots into normal, not going into fastboot/rescue mode.
The thing is different with the mac (OSX 10.12), when i'll type to the terminal:
"adb reboot bootloader" the device rebooting into the fastboot mode.... and the terminal not responding any further, example when quering: "fastboot devices",
but having already fastboot mode activated on tablet and when rebooting desktop into windows 10 or ubuntu, i'm able using fastboot, tablet responds to the: "fastboot devices" or "fastboot oem get-bootinfo", even "fastboot oem unlock" responds informing about not valid key...
So far i'm able to put tablet into fastboot mode only using mac. Hope that's useful info for someone struggling
with same problems.
Unfortunately bootloader is still locked, problem finding product id, Huawei also did not help.
Huawei product id generator did not recognise Mediapad T3 versions.
Any ideas how to find product id or maybe someone can share the unlock code ?
Thanks in advance.
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