[Discussion & Feedback] OxygenOS 10.3.7 OTA for OnePlus 6T

MockTuMacho

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Hi! Im getting an error with the Magisk Install, any help with that?

- Device platform: arm64-v8a
- Magisk Manager: 8.0.7 (4834)
- Install target: 21.4 (21400)
- Copying image to cache
2026+0 records in
2026+0 records out
2074624 bytes (1.9 M) copied, 0.006742 s, 293 M/s
1381+1 records in
1381+1 records out
1415016 bytes (1.3 M) copied, 0.005040 s, 268 M/s
- Unpacking boot image
Parsing boot image: [/data/user_de/0/rl.kbjsu.at/install/boot.img]
! Unsupported/Unknown image format
! Install

This is the error I got when I tried to install it from magic app, and flashing it from TWRP doesn't work either ation failed
 
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jp0469

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Thanks! Just updated my rooted OP6t from 10.3.7 using this method:

Download full zip to root of internal storage
Local upgrade through system updater (DON'T reboot yet)
(optional) Flash TWRP installer zip thru Magisk (DON'T reboot yet)
Install Magisk to inactive slot
Reboot


Everything looks good so far.
 

Timmmmaaahh

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Just curious, I always remove nolimits XxX when I take a OS Update. I have did it just to be on "the safe side", Has anyone ever updated without removing xXx first? Is it successful? I'm using 12.0 by the way.
I never disable mods when updating but with a mod as encompassing like that it might still be a good practice to disable first.
Then again the built in bootloop protection will kick in if anything fails so I'd leave it up. Unless it's a major update of course.

Full update went fine btw.
 
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jp0469

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Just curious, I always remove nolimits XxX when I take a OS Update. I have did it just to be on "the safe side", Has anyone ever updated without removing xXx first? Is it successful? I'm using 12.0 by the way.
Yes, I've done about a half dozen updates now without disabling NoLimits or any Magisk modules. Never had a problem. I use the method that I mentioned just a few posts before this one.
 

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• Updated MemberShip to 1.2.0.2
• Updated Android Security Patch to 2021.01
• Updated GMS package to 2020.09

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Same here.

Did the local upgrade, no reboot.
Flashed the A/B retention script in Magisk, no reboot.
Flashed Magisk to the inactive slot.
Reboot
Profit!
same method and running smooth, was using TWRP 3.5.0_9 and Magisk 21.4 on OOS 10.3.5
 
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