Unlocking would show that message on the screen and it will only go away if you relock your phonne to my knowledge. This means that the dm-verity check will fail until you relock it but it does not mean that your phone is broken.Good Afternoon,
I am looking to see if these instructions still work for Xperia 1 ii XQ-AT52. I tried rooting but all I get is that my rom is corrupt and cannot be trusted bootlooping screen.
I can successfully flash from XQ-AT52 HK to US XQ-AT51 but I cannot root the US ROM either as all it does is bootloop.
IS there something I'm doing wrong as nothing I've tried has worked so far.
Any help is appretiated.
cd\ cd platform-tools
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot oem unlock 0xYOURKEY
fastboot flash boot_a magisk_patched.img fastboot flash boot_b magisk_patched.img fastboot reboot
cd\ cd platform-tools fastboot oem lock
i think in this general root topic you provided wrong files from another image, for your rom, marsom, who is in another section;
that's why was bricked, sorry for telling you all of this; here you have to tell clearly what image you used as source for magisk;
your work is good, but the details in this post are limited for simple users like me;
my version is single sim EU; XQ-AT51; 58.0.A.3.39; customized EU 1321-7706 R13A;
Have attentions, your magisk boot image (link to drive) from this topic are wrong, even as file size.
Also your refference to the command of flashing 2 partitions is wrong, is not applicable (simple rooting of Xperia 1 II EU single Sim version, in my case); you need only one:
fastboot flash boot magisk_patched.img
I reacted because this lack of information and confusion is spread all over the topics, and even a little mistake conduct to risk of bricking the phones;
the people who post solutions, images, should be aware - here is not instagram, is not beauty contest.
does it need unlock bl and will it break the drm？
Man , your file corupted my phone....shame to you..
@Winrahr: look at the title of topic: Xperia 1 II root guide; not flashed randomly, i falshed for XQ-AT51, as the author named in his post; but his image is wrong;Don't flash things randomly if you don't know how they work. The DIY section also describes pretty well the simple steps you need to do. Which would've saved you from this entire situation.
@Winrahr: Really? so this topic is a school, how to root any phone? Even In this case beign general instructions, as you try to escuse him now, are a totally mess; moreover he are indicating: "flash this images, from this drive location"; they are clearly named by author in written : xperia 1 mark 2, XQ-AT51; it was my mistake to download them thinking that i have to do with professionals;Learn how A/B partitions work to realize why you need to flash both partitions.
Again, don't mod your phone if you don't have the knowledge of basic workings of Android. Flashing a bad boot image won't brick your phone, and as you have discovered is recoverable. There is no reason to overreact. You merely flashed a boot image for a different firmware.
Thanks for Your Reply! Couldn't say it any better... :highfive:
To be honest: "This Guide includes the Kernel for the EU Models of the XPERIA 1, 5 and 1 MARK 2. If You have another Model, please get Your own Kernel like explained on the bottom of this Post."
This is the first Sentence of this Thread. What People can blame Me for is that i don't tell the Model Numbers i got the Images from, but if You take a look on XperiFirm... There is only one EU Model of each Xperia (Except the 2019 Xperias but that would be EU3 in this case instead of EU and is still Dual SIM). Besides that are all Images just fine. The Image Sizes are based on Magisk and is different (smaller) as the OG Image, totally normal so far...
"Don't flash things randomly" Is the smartest Thing to say. I would clearly ask on the Thread if I'm not sure what i do. I just have made many Threads this Year and i need to maintain all of them besides doing Overlays, My Website, MARS, Images and all that. Sorry if not everything is always that good described, but at the End is the Work important, not the Threads with Cool Pics/Banners and fancy Words. We are not on Instagram nor on a Beauty Contest (already said). But i'm always open for critics if it is constructive... In this case, i will just add Model Numbers to the Threads to avoid confusion of People who never touched XperiFirm before.
Thanks again and best Regards!
This Guide includes the Kernel for the EU Models of the XPERIA 1, 5 and 1 MARK 2. If You have another Model, please get Your own Kernel like explained on the bottom of this Post.
-Turn Off Your Device or reboot to fastboot from ADB
-Hold Volume Up (Louder) while connecting to USB if Your Device is Off
-Do You see the Blue LED on Your Device? If so, are You in Fastboot Mode!
-Download the Boot Image for Your Device from HERE and place it into Your fastboot Folder
-Use fastboot with this commands for Treble A/B Devices:
fastboot flash boot_a magisk_patched.img fastboot flash boot_b magisk_patched.img fastboot continue
Done. You will be rooted now, just install the Magisk Manager and enjoy! The Provided Images are from the J9110, J9210 and XQ-AT51...
DIY - How to get Your own Kernel / Boot Image:
Download XperiFirm from XDA
Download UnSin from XDA
Download a Firmware with XperiFirm
Extract the File boot_X-FLASH-ALL*** with Unsin (By drag and drop)
You will get a .img File which You can patch with Magisk Manager
If i helped You, leave a Thanks <3