How To Guide [GUIDE] Pixel 6 Pro "raven": Unlock Bootloader, Update, Root, Pass SafetyNet

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RetroTech07

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OK back in, rooted, and Google Pay is working now that I have followed some notes in https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/working-safetynet-with-pixel-6-pro-android-12.4354149/ and installed safetynet fix 2.2.0.
What's the best way to drag files from a Pixel 2 XL to the P6 with usb-c cable? I was trying to find a way to see the other device in Solid Explorer but nothing surfaced, even after changing usb mode to file xfer. Any tips? Thx
I just did a search in the play store and found this app. Maybe it'll help you

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lenovo.anyshare.gps

Also, they have a safetynet 2.2.1 release.
 

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OK back in, rooted, and Google Pay is working now that I have followed some notes in https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/working-safetynet-with-pixel-6-pro-android-12.4354149/ and installed safetynet fix 2.2.0.
What's the best way to drag files from a Pixel 2 XL to the P6 with usb-c cable? I was trying to find a way to see the other device in Solid Explorer but nothing surfaced, even after changing usb mode to file xfer. Any tips? Thx
Interestingly, I just tested with the P6P OEM USB-C cable between my P6P and my Pixel 1 XL. On the P1, I was able to go to the notification shade, click on "Android System - Connected to Pixel 6 Pro", choose "MTP Host", and "Open with Files" (although "Open with Files by Google" might've worked too.

So I was able to see my P6P from my P1. I wasn't able to reciprocate, but at least it worked easily for me working from the P1 side -> P6P.

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Hmm very cool. I get no MTP option on either phone! And it seems one always has to be charging, you can't leave both as not charging. That's strange. WHy can't it just be a data line?!
Guess I'll keep poking around.
 
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OK back in, rooted, and Google Pay is working now that I have followed some notes in https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/working-safetynet-with-pixel-6-pro-android-12.4354149/ and installed safetynet fix 2.2.0.
What's the best way to drag files from a Pixel 2 XL to the P6 with usb-c cable? I was trying to find a way to see the other device in Solid Explorer but nothing surfaced, even after changing usb mode to file xfer. Any tips? Thx

You could use this app. It has an otg function. I bought pro and subscribed to the cloud feature 😀
 
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Gordietm

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I'm rooted on a P6Pro with magisk canary. Whenever I reboot, the phone stays stuck on the Google G. I have to turn the phone off and force a reboot. Then it boots up fine. Anyone else experience this and what do I need to do so that it boots up the first time?
 
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After many years i'd like to root again. But i am afraid that my banking and some authenticators won't work anymore. Can i reliable hide root for those apps?
Depends on how complicate the app's root checking is ;-) Your mileage may vary.
Use Magisk's DenyList.
Authenticators work when they are on the DenyList. I use MS Authenticator and Microsoft apps (Outlook, Teams, Intune portal) which hook into my work environment.
And also 'hide' the Magisk app itself.
Use Magisk canary 23016.
 

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hey V0latyle can you add the instruction to "hold power and press up after entering recovery mode" to the Sideload ota instructions. I always forget and get frustrated that i can't adb in broken android screen.
That's a basic step, and as I pointed out in the OP, this guide is not meant to be dummy proof. Users are expected to know how to use and navigate bootloader, recovery, ADB, etc.

If it makes you feel any better I sometimes forget the key combo too...mostly because I never use recovery and I don't use the sideload method.
 

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After many years i'd like to root again. But i am afraid that my banking and some authenticators won't work anymore. Can i reliable hide root for those apps?
Depends on the app. Best to go over to the Magisk thread and do a search for the apps you intend to use. Root, unlocked bootloader, etc. can be hidden from most apps by a variety of methods, but not all.
 
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After many years i'd like to root again. But i am afraid that my banking and some authenticators won't work anymore. Can i reliable hide root for those apps?
Edit: Ninja'd by @Lughnasadh for a change. :D

I (and a few others in the exact same circumstance as myself) only had trouble with one particular banking app (once everything was hidden properly, etc - as the directions in the OP detail), and it wasn't that the app itself wouldn't work, it would work completely except trying to register the fingerprint reader. Others found the solution that temporarily using the unrooted stock kernel allowed the fingerprint reader to be registered with that particular banking app, and then you could flash the rooted kernel again, and everything would still work including the fingerprint reader.

I know that outside the United States, some folks have reported trouble with some particular banking apps. If you want to find out in advance, you could use the search field at the top when you're in the P6P section, select the option to only select this forum, and search for the names of some of the banking apps you use to see if anyone has mentioned them in particular. Or you could just try root and see, but might be easier to search first especially if you have a lot of different banking apps.

Good luck!
 

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Mod edit - translated by https://www.deepl.com/translator
I am in rom on november 36th
i was root, so see november boot image to lose root
I upgraded to january by ota adb, failed 7 at 47%.
On reboot, I lost developer options and tapping 7 times on the build does not open developer options.
how can I get them back

Edit, by ota on android it doesn't update either.

I don't know how, but I managed to update by following this
update the whole zip and update the bootloader before updating everything.
[GUIDE] Root Pixel 6 "oriole" with Magisk
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estoy en rom el 36 de noviembre
yo era root, asi que vea la imagen de arranque de noviembre para perder la raiz
Actualicé a enero por ota adb, falló 7 en 47%
Al reiniciar, perdí las opciones de desarrollador y tocando 7 veces en la compilación no abre las opciones de desarrollador.
como puedo recuperarlos
Edito, por ota en android tampoco se actualiza

No sé cómo, pero he logrado actualizar siguiendo esto
actualice el zip completo y actualice el gestor de arranque antes de actualizar todo
[GUÍA] Rootear Pixel 6 "oriole" con Magisk
 
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estoy en rom el 36 de noviembre
yo era root, asi que vea la imagen de arranque de noviembre para perder la raiz
Actualicé a enero por ota adb, falló 7 en 47%
Al reiniciar, perdí las opciones de desarrollador y tocando 7 veces en la compilación no abre las opciones de desarrollador.
como puedo recuperarlos
Edito, por ota en android tampoco se actualiza

No sé cómo, pero he logrado actualizar siguiendo esto
actualice el zip completo y actualice el gestor de arranque antes de actualizar todo
[GUÍA] Rootear Pixel 6 "oriole" con Magisk

i'm in rom on november 36
I was root, so see November boot image to lose root
I updated to January by ota adb, it failed 7 in 47%
On reboot I lost developer options and tapping 7 times on build doesn't open developer options.
how can i get them back
Edited, by ota in android it is not updated either

I don't know how but I managed to update by following this
update the whole zip and update the bootloader before updating everything
[GUIDE] Root Pixel 6 "oriole" with Magisk

Translated via Google translate courtesy to @miss
 
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For all those having difficulty with the January update: I suggest you update using the factory image method. Just follow the instructions in the OP and you'll be fine.

Thank you for this. I applied the January OTA to the November release, fastbooted with my patched November <master root.img> and Magisk refused to install. For reference:
  • The bootloader and radios did not need to be updated from the January factory image but I did need to extract boot.img from the factory update, patch it with Magisk and use that version to fastboot.
  • Magisk came up after the first boot claiming to be installed, with the "direct install" option. After doing a direct install and rebooting from Magisk root access was restored.
  • I had to "re-hide" Magisk but my DenyList was preserved.
 
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At the bottom of the OP:

:)

Welcome to the Pixel 6 Pro world, by the way! I hope you enjoy the phone.

Thanks, Warrior!
Got it rooted, Zygisk installed, and it passes SafetyNet.
Now to get the apps over and configured.

Question: What's everyone using for recovery? I don't see that TWRP has a version specifically for this phone yet.
Can we use the version for the Pixel 5?
TIA!
 
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Thanks, Warrior!
Got it rooted, Zygisk installed, and it passes SafetyNet.
Now to get the apps over and configured.

Question: What's everyone using for recovery? I don't see that TWRP has a version specifically for this phone yet.
Can we use the version for the Pixel 5?
TIA!
There is no custom recovery available for this phone yet, not that there is much of a use-case at the moment. DO NOT use the Pixel 5 custom recovery on the Pixel 6 series. Perhaps when TWRP updates to Android 12 we'll see a custom recovery, but that'll take a while.
 

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    Hi All,
    Up until the March update I was adding the line "-disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta.img" to Flash-all.bat. I read that it was no longer necessary so I flashed March w/o it and had no issues. Now I'm reading it may cause issues? Should i add that line back when I flash April? Or will that wipe my phone?
    Thanks
    Disabling verity & verification was originally needed due to the fact that the phone would not boot if you had (in general) a modified boot image, e.g. magisk patched or custom kernel. This was fixed back in December with Canary Magisk 23016 and most, if not all, custom kernels now have updated the magiskboot binaries to also prevent this problem.

    However, in various situations people are still getting the "Your device is corrupt" eio message. Disabling verity & verification will likely prevent you from getting this message, but this isn't to say that you need to disable those flags. Earlier in the device's history, when you got the corrupt message the only way to get rid of it was to wipe data or clean flash. Now it appears that there are several other methods to get rid of the message without having to do a full wipe/clean flash (depending on what you were doing to cause the message to appear), although there still may be some circumstances where a wipe may be needed.

    Having the corrupt eio message does not appear to cause any harm and people have used their phones just fine with this message present, as far as I can see. It seems to be more of an annoyance.

    If you don't currently have those flags disabled and do decided to disable them again, a wipe will be required.

    So it's up to you whether or not to disable those flags. Most people today don't and have had no problems for the most part, but a few of us (myself included) still do, just to prevent getting the corrupt message in the first place and possibly having to wipe to get rid of it. As I said above, though, there now appears to be other ways besides wiping to get rid of that message if you do run into it, although there still may be some instances where a wipe may be required. But with Magisk and magiskboot binaries being updated, the original need to do this is no longer required.

    Hope that helps...
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    I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, because it seems so straight forward, but this method has yet to work for me the past 3 updates. I just install the whole thing and delete "-w" now, but THIS way posted, seems easier, if it would work.View attachment 5594819
    From what I've observed over the years, that way has always been at least a little bit hit and miss, although I think it misses more often recently.

    I've always been a fan of just using the full firmware image with the -w removed, as you said, and I don't have any plans on doing it any other way.
    5
    I'd like to point out that there are two corrupt messages.

    First is the red eio message:
    boot_red1.png

    This indicates that while a valid Android system has been found, a dm-verity mismatch has occured. It is not a fatal error, and the device can continue to be used. More information here.
    What exactly causes it, as well as how to fix it is unclear at this time; I have encountered this error before, and sideloading the OTA fixed it. I personally have never encountered this when using the factory image method.

    Second, there is the Rescue Party:
    Hn-wheKMGECx5IipI9Ywa_Tcr7ZD3R69LFOCoCkCDQI.png

    This means the system has detected that core system components are stuck in a crash loop; this may be the kernel or a persistent system app. More information here
    This is a fatal error; we encountered this when we first disabled verity/verification if /data was not clean; the user could either reflash the unpatched boot image and vbmeta without the disabling options, or wipe data to continue.
    4
    Have you tried live booting followed by a direct install? :) This way if it fails , android will just boot the stock boot image
    That's an excellent idea for @android_dan.

    Edit/add-on:
    Thanks for the reply. Maybe 'm being dense but not sure how the flash tool is going to help. The problem isn't recovering from the bootloop. That's just a matter of flashing an unpatched boot image. The problem is what could be causing the patched file to bootloop the phone. I've updated this rooted phome 3 or 4 times now by flashing a patched boot file with no issues and have changed nothing on the phone
    I suggested the Official Google Android Flash Tool site because it has fixed things that manually flashing the factory image hasn't, in at least a dozen examples I've read about in this section alone in the six months the P6P has been out.

    I know that it doesn't sound necessarily rational, but it's happened often enough and almost every time it's been suggested to someone to do that instead of manually flashing the factory image zip, that the online tool fixed their issue.
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    If you are looking for my guide on a different Pixel, find it here:
    Update 5-13-22: While Magisk 24.0 has been updated for use with Android 12, many users on the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are still experiencing issues. It is strongly recommended to use Canary 24310. This version also includes beta support for A13B2.
    Discussion thread for migration to 24.0.

    DO NOT use any version of Magisk lower than Canary 23016 as it does not yet incorporate the necessary fixes for Android 12 and your device.


    WARNING: YOU AND YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS TO YOUR DEVICE. THIS GUIDE IS WRITTEN WITH THE EXPRESS ASSUMPTION THAT YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH ADB, MAGISK, ANDROID, AND ROOT. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.

    Prerequisites:


    Android Source - Setting up a device for development


    1. Follow these instructions to enable Developer Options and USB Debugging.
    2. Enable OEM Unlocking. If this option is grayed out, unlocking the bootloader is not possible.
    3. Connect your device to your PC, and open a command window in your Platform Tools folder.
    4. Ensure ADB sees your device:
      Code:
      adb devices
      If you don't see a device, make sure USB Debugging is enabled, reconnect the USB cable, or try a different USB cable.
      If you see "unauthorized", you need to authorize the connection on your device.
      If you see the device without "unauthorized", you're good to go.
    5. Reboot to bootloader:
      Code:
      adb reboot bootloader
    6. Unlock bootloader: THIS WILL WIPE YOUR DEVICE!
      Code:
      fastboot flashing unlock
      Select Continue on the device screen.

    1. Install Magisk on your device.
    2. Download the factory zip for your build.
    3. Inside the factory zip is the update zip: "device-image-buildnumber.zip". Open this, and extract boot.img
    4. Copy boot.img to your device.
    5. Patch boot.img with Magisk: "Install" > "Select and Patch a File"
    6. Copy the patched image back to your PC. It will be named "magisk_patched-23xxx_xxxxx.img". Rename this to "master root.img" and retain it for future updates.
    7. Reboot your device to bootloader.
    8. Flash the patched image:
      Code:
      fastboot flash boot <drag and drop master root.img here>
    9. Reboot to Android. Open Magisk to confirm root - under Magisk at the top, you should see "Installed: <Magisk build number>

    1. Before you download the OTA, open Magisk, tap Uninstall, then Restore Images. If you have any Magisk modules that modify system, uninstall them now.
    2. Take the OTA update when prompted. To check for updates manually, go to Settings > System > System Update > Check for Update
    3. Allow the update to download and install. DO NOT REBOOT WHEN PROMPTED. Open Magisk, tap Install at the top, then Install to inactive slot. Magisk will then reboot your device.
    4. You should now be updated with root.

    1. Download the OTA.
    2. Reboot to recovery and sideload the OTA:
      Code:
      adb reboot sideload
      Once in recovery:
      Code:
      adb sideload ota.zip
    3. When the OTA completes, you will be in recovery mode. Select "Reboot to system now".
    4. Allow system to boot and wait for the update to complete. You must let the system do this before proceeding.
    5. Reboot to bootloader.
    6. Boot the master root image (See note 1):
      Code:
      fastboot boot <drag and drop master root.img here>
      Note: If you prefer, you can download the factory zip and manually patch the new boot image, then flash it after the update. Do not flash an older boot image after updating.
    7. Your device should boot with root. Open Magisk, tap Install, and select Direct Install.
    8. Reboot your device. You should now be updated with root.
    Note: You can use Payload Dumper to extract the contents of the OTA if you want to manually patch the new boot image. However, I will not cover that in this guide.

    Please note that the factory update process expects an updated bootloader and radio. If these are not up to date, the update will fail.
    1. Download the factory zip and extract the contents.
    2. Reboot to bootloader.
    3. Compare bootloader versions between phone screen and bootloader.img build number
      Code:
      fastboot flash bootloader <drag and drop new bootloader.img here>
      If bootloader is updated, reboot to bootloader.
    4. Compare baseband versions between phone screen and radio.img build number
      Code:
      fastboot flash radio <drag and drop radio.img here>
      If radio is updated, reboot to bootloader.
    5. Apply update:
      Code:
      fastboot update --skip-reboot image-codename-buildnumber.zip
      When the update completes, the device will be in fastbootd. Reboot to bootloader.
    6. Boot the master root image (See note 1):
      Code:
      fastboot boot <drag and drop master root.img here>
      Note: If you prefer, you can manually patch the new boot image, then flash it after the update. Do not flash an older boot image after updating.
    7. Your device should boot with root. Open Magisk, tap Install, and select Direct Install.
    8. Reboot your device. You should now be updated with root.
    Note: If you prefer, you can update using the flash-all script included in the factory zip. You will have to copy the script, bootloader image, radio image, and update zip into the Platform Tools folder; you will then have to edit the script to remove the -w option so it doesn't wipe your device.
    The scripted commands should look like this:
    Code:
    fastboot update bootloader <bootloader image name>
    fastboot reboot bootloader
    ping -n 5 127.0.0.1 > nul
    fastboot update radio <radio image name>
    fastboot reboot bootloader
    ping -n 5 127.0.0.1 > nul
    fastboot update  --skip-reboot --slot=all <image-device-buildnumber.zip>
    Once this completes, you can reboot to bootloader and either boot your master patched image, or if you patched the new image, flash it at this time.

    1. Follow the instructions on the Android Flash Tool to update your device. Make sure Lock Bootloader and Wipe Device are UNCHECKED.
    2. When the update completes, the device will be in fastbootd. Reboot to bootloader.
    3. Boot the master root image (See note 1):
      Code:
      fastboot boot <drag and drop master root.img here>
      Note: If you prefer, you can download the factory zip and manually patch the new boot image, then flash it after the update. Do not flash an older boot image after updating.
    4. Your device should boot with root. Open Magisk, tap Install, and select Direct Install.
    5. Reboot your device. You should now be updated with root.

    This is my configuration that is passing Safety Net. I will not provide instructions on how to accomplish this. Attempt at your own risk.

    Zygisk + DenyList enabled
    All subcomponents of these apps hidden under DenyList:
    • Google Play Store
    • GPay
    • Any banking/financial apps
    • Any DRM media apps
    Modules:
    To check SafetyNet status:
    I do not provide support for Magisk or modules. If you need help with Magisk, here is the Magisk General Support thread. For support specifically with Magisk v24+, see this thread.

    Points of note:
    • The boot image is NOT the bootloader image. Do not confuse the two - YOU are expected to know the difference. Flashing the wrong image to bootloader could brick your device.
    • While the Magisk app is used for patching the boot image, the app and the patch are separate. This is what you should see in Magisk for functioning root:
      screenshot_20211218-194517-png.5486339
    • "Installed" shows the version of patch in the boot image. If this says N/A, you do not have root access - the boot image is not patched, or you have a problem with Magisk.
    • "App" simply shows the version of the app itself.
    • If you do not have a patched master boot image, you will need to download the factory zip if you haven't already, extract the system update inside it, then patch boot.img.
    • If you prefer updating with the factory image, you can also extract and manually patch the boot image if desired.
    • Some Magisk modules, especially those that modify read only partitions like /system, may cause a boot loop after updating. As a general rule, disable these modules before updating. You are responsible for knowing what you have installed, and what modules to disable.


    Credits:
    Thanks to @ipdev , @kdrag0n , @Didgeridoohan , and last but not least, @topjohnwu for all their hard work!
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    Magisk Stable is now at version 24.1, so I will no longer be providing any Magisk updates.

    You can use any version of Magisk now - Stable, Beta, or Canary. as long as it is 23016 or newer.

    Once again, if you want to switch versions of Maagisk, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you "Complete Uninstall" within Magisk before installing the new version. Multiple instances of Magisk can break root.

    If you simply want to update Magisk, the best way to do so is from within the app.


    Once the February update is out, I will perform some testing with installing to inactive slot, and if it works, I will update this guide.

    Given the low activity on this thread, I will probably close it if everything goes well with the next update.

    Thank you all for your testing and contributions.
    8
    My update process is to remove vbmeta.img (in addition to removing the -w flag in the flash-all script) from the factory zip before I flash it in fastboot. Seems to have worked so far, ymmv.
    7
    I just used this method, (same one described on Magisk website here https://topjohnwu.github.io/Magisk/ota.html) and it worked perfectly, both root and safetynet.
    Can someone explain to me why you see all kind of guide to update which are far more complicated than that ?
    Part of it is due to device differences - non A/B devices can't use seamless updates, so re-rooting is only possible by either patching the boot image directly, or by flashing Magisk in a custom recovery.

    Part of it is also due to user preferences. Some people, like me, prefer to update using the factory images, instead of OTA.

    And part of it is probably a bit of misinformation mixed in with anecdotes, where people who don't fully understand how the process works, but they declare that something has to be done a certain way because of what worked for them.

    I try to stick to the first two. I've spent a lot of time learning about how Android works, so I make a point of providing instructions that align with how everything is supposed to be done, while accommodating alternatives for those who want them.

    Are you 100% sure?

    Cause topjohnwu said that OTA patching from within Magisk was broken for Pixel devices.

    See here

    Notice the date of that post, 16 months ago. Magisk Canary 23017 re-incorporated the ability to install to inactive slots.

    I have been following the commits closely, so when 23017 was released, I announced it in my guides. Had you read back a couple pages, your question has been answered.

    If you don't believe me, check the commits here.
    7
    Magisk Canary updated to 23019
    Changes:
    - [Zygisk] Skip loading modules into the Magisk app to prevent conflicts
    - [MagiskBoot] Change `zopfli` to a more reasonable config so it doesn't take forever
    - [General] Several `BusyBox` changes

    Preferred method of update is from within Magisk app.


    If installing for the first time, here is the APK Download