Hi. Actually you even can install this kernel ontop of stock. So you can keep stock rom after flashing kernel, of course.Hello! I would like to try this new kernel, but in fear of facing certain risks with using customs like this one. I would like to know if I installed this kernel successfully, would I still be able to keep my stock rom? And can I uninstall TWRP after I install BlueFly? Thanks in advance!
Ohh that's good news then! Thank you for responding!
Yes, and thank you. I am doing a clean install of Factory Firmware with a Factory data reset using the Samsung 515F Factory firmware Bahama_SM-A515F_BAA_A515FXXU4DUB1. Android Version 11, One UI Version 3.0, Kernel Version 4.14.113-2089478, Android Security Patch Feb 1, 2021.
Hmm okay. Take your time.Sorry, I was under time preasure to get my device and data available. I am unfamiliar with Orange Fox and wasn't sure where to download it, and could not find app on Playstore.
I was able to recover my device and gain root access again, with the same TWRP A11 file. However, this TWRP installation has never successfully created a full backup and still doesn't. I used Root Checker to verify Root. I installed Magisk 23.0 however the SafetyNet Attestation fails .
Sparing you more detail, it seems the process I did to load TWRP and Magisk and gain Root is corrupt. This is a result of conflicting instructions on how to root this device and using a hybrid of these incomplete instructions experimentally to gain root.
I am obviously over my head, and without being able to create a successful TWRP backup, I cannot experiment with device without starting from scratch each time.
I appreciate your timely follow-ups and I am open to suggestions and willing to provide log files, screenshots, files, and steps I took to gain root which is seems to be, forgive the pun, the root of the problem.