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ROOT MI A1 (OREO 8.0-8.1) without disabling ota with magisk

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2nd January 2018, 09:40 AM |#31  
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How? The same way, with the fastboot command?
2nd January 2018, 10:19 AM |#32  
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how about to unroot ? my camera laging
2nd January 2018, 11:27 AM |#33  
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how about to unroot ? my camera laging

To unroot, fastboot flash the stock Oreo boot.img. For the lagging camera, you can install the SELinux Permissive Script magisk module (which requires Magisk root).
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2nd January 2018, 11:36 AM |#34  
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To unroot, fastboot flash the stock Oreo boot.img. For the lagging camera, you can install the SELinux Permissive Script magisk module (which requires Magisk root).

SElinux switch app is very handy, you can quickly and automatically change the SELinux mode.
2nd January 2018, 12:31 PM |#35  
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Hahahah thabks for helping noobs bro.
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Here is a easier process if you really want to check if the boot.img is compatible:
First enable OEM Unlock in developer settings
- Reboot to fastboot (volume down + power)
- fastboot oem unlock (won't wipe)
- fastboot boot patched_boot.img
- After Android finishes booting, install Magisk Manager.
- In Magisk Manager, use Install and install the latest Magisk with Direct Install
- Reboot and you're done

The instruction say "fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img"
Your instruction say "fastboot boot patched_boot.img"
Which one? Flash or boot?
2nd January 2018, 12:50 PM |#36  
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The instruction say "fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img"
Your instruction say "fastboot boot patched_boot.img"
Which one? Flash or boot?

It should be fastboot boot, I think OP made a typo
2nd January 2018, 01:09 PM |#37  
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To unroot, fastboot flash the stock Oreo boot.img. For the lagging camera, you can install the SELinux Permissive Script magisk module (which requires Magisk root).

do you have a stock boot.img for oreo ?
2nd January 2018, 01:15 PM |#38  
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do you have a stock boot.img for oreo ?

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2nd January 2018, 01:42 PM |#39  
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Ok. The root works, but if i install the Mi A1 tweak Magisk module for G Cam, i get stuck in the boot animation. WEhat can i do for enable api 2?
2nd January 2018, 01:56 PM |#40  
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2nd January 2018, 02:21 PM |#41  
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Ok. The root works, but if i install the Mi A1 tweak Magisk module for G Cam, i get stuck in the boot animation. WEhat can i do for enable api 2?

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