I do not flash Magisk .zip or .img - I'm installing normal .apk and use it to create patched .img using boot.img taken from ROM .zip fileOk, so w/ Magisk flashed, how are you obtaining the boot.img necessary for patching?
If I flash .zip or flash patched .img, I can't do anything anyway since it bootloops
Yes I know - I literally said 3 times already I tried everything - flashing img in fastboot/bootloader and since that didn't work (like 10 times) I tried something else (which was just "legacy way")Flashing the magisk apk as zip will always fail as mentioned in the tutorial.
Also btw, you're not supposee to flash img in recovery. They usually to be flashed in fastboot/bootloader.
Just to reconfirm, did you flashed the patched boot.img after or before you attempted to flash magisk.zip?
I clean flashed whole ROM like 3 times already too just to confirm there is nothing about magisk - I tried flashing patched boot.img using fastboot/bootloader on completely cleanly flashed ROM first time I read this whole tutorial
That's why I've asked for help with this since it didn't work with any of tested ROMs
What I found out tho, after flashing patched .img (and when it's bootlooped) I can use "magisk" command in shell - "su" probably works too but I think it needs confirmation on phone screen as it just hangs and waits for some action (which I can't do since all I see on phone is boot animation...)