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[MAGISK]Root OnePlus 7 Pro With Patched Boot Image 9.5.3 | 9.5.4

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Prerequisites :
Running Stock OOS
Unlocked Bootloader
Fastboot

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Disclaimer : I am not responsible for any damage to your device.

Download : [ALL VARIANTS]
OOS Patched Boot Images (Credits : @Bradl79 for maintaining the folder)

9.5.4 Boot Images :
OOS 9.5.4 Patched [EU Version/1913]
OOS 9.5.4 Patched [Global | Indian Version /1917 | 1911]



Want To Maintain Root On New OTAs?:
#171

Patched Boot Image Not Available For Your Model Yet? :
#6

Instructions :
  • Download the patched boot image
  • Install the latest version of Magisk Manager
  • Reboot the phone in fastboot mode
  • Use the following command via command prompt :
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot boot_patched.img
    fastboot reboot
    The phone will reboot into system, this may take some time be patient
  • Open Magisk & Install it again[Direct Install]
  • You've got a rooted OnePlus 7 Pro.

Credits :
gururoop (Stock Firmware)
b1czu (Instructions)

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18th May 2019, 04:52 AM |#2  
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Included the stock as well as patched image.

Link to repository : Github

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Am Trying To Port OnePlus 6T TWRP Recovery. Just Got My Hands On The Stock Recovery. Will Update If It Works
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Originally Posted by acervenky

It seems that the size difference is vast, so I would request one of you to download the stock boot.img from the repository, patch it and rechceck the file size.
You can try the patched boot.img and inform whether it works, for any issues/help PM me.

Link to repository : Github

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I am upgrading the firmware to 9.5.3 right now. As soon as it finishes, I would try and report back

EDIT : The patched boot image on my phone is 56.32 MB so yes there is substantial size difference. Let me try booting from it
18th May 2019, 09:50 AM |#6  
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You can also patch the boot.img yourself.

Here is how:
.) Download latest Stock OOS
.) Extract boot.img using payload.bin dumper (needs python)
.) Install Magisk Manager on your device
.) Copy boot.img to your device
.) Patch boot.img using Magisk Manager
.) Copy patched boot.img to your pc, reboot your phone to fastmode and use 'fastboot boot patched_boot.img' to boot from patches bootimage.
.) Run Magisk Manager, choose direct install
-> Voila, you have a rooted OP7pro.
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Originally Posted by Kingmohdarif

Am Trying To Port OnePlus 6T TWRP Recovery. Just Got My Hands On The Stock Recovery. Will Update If It Works

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Originally Posted by zanderzone

I am upgrading the firmware to 9.5.3 right now. As soon as it finishes, I would try and report back

EDIT : The patched boot image on my phone is 56.32 MB so yes there is substantial size difference. Let me try booting from it

Please post the screenshots if you guys have successfully rooted, will update the OP accordingly

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You can also patch the boot.img yourself.

Here is how:
.) Download latest Stock OOS
.) Extract boot.img using payload.bin extractor (needs python)
.) Install Magisk Manager on your device
.) Copy boot.img to your device
.) Patch boot.img using Magisk Manager
.) Copy patched boot.img to your pc, reboot your phone to fastmode and use 'fastboot boot patched_boot.img' to boot from patches bootimage.
.) Run Magisk Manager, choose direct install
-> Voila, you have a rooted OP7pro.

Yes if you're on another version of OOS, this method works

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18th May 2019, 11:44 AM |#8  
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Download: OOS 9.5.3 Patched

Your patched boot.img is about 56mb in size while my extracted boot.img is 100mb in size. There might be something wrong with your boot.img ...

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EDIT : The patched boot image on my phone is 56.32 MB so yes there is substantial size difference. Let me try booting from it

Did it work?
18th May 2019, 11:48 AM |#9  
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Your patched boot.img is about 56mb in size while my extracted boot.img is 100mb in size. There might be something wrong with your boot.img ...


Did it work?

That extra 44mb is most likely empty space, which patching with Magisk removes like on other devices.
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That extra 44mb is most likely empty space, which patching with Magisk removes like on other devices.

You might be right since after 56% of the file everything is just blank.
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18th May 2019, 12:08 PM |#11  
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You might be right since after 56% of the file everything is just blank.

Same thing happens on the Essential Phone. Extracting the image with dd gives you a ~60mb boot image but Magisk brings it down to 23mb.
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