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AboAnas25

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I tried to root by patching new boot.img but get bootloop which not fixed except after msmdownload tool
All data wiped :(
 

infamousvincci

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I downloaded it. Went to local upgrade, installed it.

Went to Magisk and did install to inactive slot like normal. And it reboots. Then a small bootloop for a second. Then goes straight back to normal. Like I never installed anything.

Any thoughts?
Same here. If you dont install magisk to the inactive slot it will go through and you will be in oos12. Problem with mine, it wont read my flaking sim card. Tried it 5x all same problem. Also, every reboot, your dpi goes back to 360 lmao.
 
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AboAnas25

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I patched boot.img by canary magisk and it is working good, but no option for safetynet passing
 

mattie_49

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The temporary root method at the end of this page worked for me on A12 stable
I used this guide but patched with magisk 23.0. still have all my modules and passing safety net. Using latest stable magisk 23.0 righteous. Thank you for this. I tried for 3 days killing my device flashing boot img. At least I know my downloaded msm tool works. On latest A12 build out for the global op9
 
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I used this guide but patched with magisk 23.0. still have all my modules and passing safety net. Using latest stable magisk 23.0 righteous. Thank you for this. I tried for 3 days killing my device flashing boot img. At least I know my downloaded msm tool works. On latest A12 build out for the global op9
Would you or anyone else mind sharing the boot img for the OnePlus 9: OOS/Android 12 ?
I have the Global / NA version.

It would be greatly appreciated!
 

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Geesh the battery is so much better on A12 after debloating how I see fit. Passing safety net, all banking apps working and still using old modules !! Score
 

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mattie_49

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All three are in here. Make sure to use magisk 23.0 to patch boot and vendor boot so you don't loose modules and magisk hide. Then you disable verity before boot with vb_meta img. You have to do from sdk platform tools folder though. Will not work just putting in a folder on desktop and pulling cmd window from there. Enjoy , follow the above guide to a T

That would be greatly appreciated Sir
 
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Zethiel

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Thanks a lot for the files Mattie.

My experience with OOS 12 so far has been a nightmare, and I'm not even rooted.

For the record:
I was coming from OOS 11 not the latest version previous to OOS 12, rooted, pretty much stable but I felt the phone pretty slow in comparison to other (Long story short, I got a brand new OnePlus 8 I bought almost a year ago but couldn't get my hands on it, so after getting tired of waiting for it, bought the OP9).

My OP8 is not rooted, doesn't have the bootloader unlocked, and it's miles faster than my OP9 with about the same apps installed with the exception of the apps that require root.

So, since my OP9 was feeling slow in comparison, I decided to go at OOS 12 to see how it went. First experience was bad, the phone kept hanging, didn't read the SIM correctly at first, so I read someone that was suggesting to do a factory reset to fix some issues.

I did a factory reset, deleted everything on the phone to start OOS 12 from zero, and the phone keeps hanging, specially when I get phone calls via Whatsapp or other apps, and less but still some problems with "answering incoming phone calls".

At this point I rather try to downgrade to OOS 11 and sit this one out for a long while.
I thought about rooting OOS 12, but being honest, having root is not going to make the phone more stable or anything. I guess I'll do give it a try at OOS 12 in 3-6months after a couple of updates, maybe other versions are better.
 

mattie_49

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Thanks a lot for the files Mattie.

My experience with OOS 12 so far has been a nightmare, and I'm not even rooted.

For the record:
I was coming from OOS 11 not the latest version previous to OOS 12, rooted, pretty much stable but I felt the phone pretty slow in comparison to other (Long story short, I got a brand new OnePlus 8 I bought almost a year ago but couldn't get my hands on it, so after getting tired of waiting for it, bought the OP9).

My OP8 is not rooted, doesn't have the bootloader unlocked, and it's miles faster than my OP9 with about the same apps installed with the exception of the apps that require root.

So, since my OP9 was feeling slow in comparison, I decided to go at OOS 12 to see how it went. First experience was bad, the phone kept hanging, didn't read the SIM correctly at first, so I read someone that was suggesting to do a factory reset to fix some issues.

I did a factory reset, deleted everything on the phone to start OOS 12 from zero, and the phone keeps hanging, specially when I get phone calls via Whatsapp or other apps, and less but still some problems with "answering incoming phone calls".

At this point I rather try to downgrade to OOS 11 and sit this one out for a long while.
I thought about rooting OOS 12, but being honest, having root is not going to make the phone more stable or anything. I guess I'll do give it a try at OOS 12 in 3-6months after a couple of updates, maybe other versions are better.
I have the correct msm tool for device. This is the forward route for you. Takes you to 11.4. Stock A11
 

jshinn1

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Does anyone else have the issue of their touchscreen not functioning when they install the A12 update? Ive tried installing twice and both times my screen would not register any touches only the volume and power buttons functioned?

EDIT: NVM I MSM'd back to stock and upgraded to OOS 12 before unlocking the bootloader.
 
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opwleini

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Does anyone else have the issue of their touchscreen not functioning when they install the A12 update? Ive tried installing twice and both times my screen would not register any touches only the volume and power buttons functioned?

EDIT: NVM I MSM'd back to stock and upgraded to OOS 12 before unlocking the bootloader. cinema hd
i think so :p
 
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applyscience

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Thanks a lot for the files Mattie.

My experience with OOS 12 so far has been a nightmare, and I'm not even rooted.

For the record:
I was coming from OOS 11 not the latest version previous to OOS 12, rooted, pretty much stable but I felt the phone pretty slow in comparison to other (Long story short, I got a brand new OnePlus 8 I bought almost a year ago but couldn't get my hands on it, so after getting tired of waiting for it, bought the OP9).

My OP8 is not rooted, doesn't have the bootloader unlocked, and it's miles faster than my OP9 with about the same apps installed with the exception of the apps that require root.

So, since my OP9 was feeling slow in comparison, I decided to go at OOS 12 to see how it went. First experience was bad, the phone kept hanging, didn't read the SIM correctly at first, so I read someone that was suggesting to do a factory reset to fix some issues.

I did a factory reset, deleted everything on the phone to start OOS 12 from zero, and the phone keeps hanging, specially when I get phone calls via Whatsapp or other apps, and less but still some problems with "answering incoming phone calls".

At this point I rather try to downgrade to OOS 11 and sit this one out for a long while.
I thought about rooting OOS 12, but being honest, having root is not going to make the phone more stable or anything. I guess I'll do give it a try at OOS 12 in 3-6months after a couple of updates, maybe other versions are better.
if you are looking for performance, look into kernels and/or just use a kernel manager.

out of all the Roms I've tried (all but the latest havok release) crDroid is the best performance option I get from a ROM on O09. that piared with optional GApps and frequent OTA updates, its the best thing out so far. the OTA even works perfectly at retaining root without any user input. (but do a backup before reboot, its still technically a dirty flash so play safe)
 

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