1. sideload ota from ADB
Can I flash this on top of- Update - 1.4.3 -Android T stable 13 - Dec qpr1 updates
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CleanSlate T 1.4.3 Downloads:
Android T images zip (tp1a 2022-12-05)
Pixel7/pro (not flashable, contains images) CS 1.4.3: https://forum.xda-developers.com/attachments/cleanslate-pantah-images-221205-011-143-zip.5779343/
Magisk with Kernel manager installation
If using a kernel manager like Kernel Flasher, EXKM or FKM, here's an anykernel installer zip.
If you did manual (fastboot) flashing earlier before trying to install this, then this method will most likely fail at flashing vendor_dlkm as a manual fastboot flash resizes the partition to a likely smaller one and this won't fit. If you did that, you'll need to flash back to stock/magisk and only then use this installer zip.
Kernel installer zip for P7Pro/P7 (cheeta/panther) 1.4.3 (use with kernel flasher/EXKM,FKM): https://forum.xda-developers.com/attachments/cleanslate-pantah-1-4-3-zip.5779345/
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Most likely yes, as the dlkm partition, when installed manually like on Kiri, will be resized and then the ak3 flasher will fail when the dlkm partition doesn't fit any more. Stock vendor dlkm size is by default somewhat bigger and manual flashing will resize it.
I don't know the commands for flashing each partition is there a guide that I can follow?
0. if you didn't or just flashed an OTA: DISABLE VERITY, using a stock vbmeta.img (extracted from your device's ota zip): 0.1 in fastboot mode (adb reboot-bootloader), disable by flashing with the flags like this: $ fastboot flash vbmeta --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta.img 0.2 if you do this disable step when it is yet enabled, then you'll also need a user data wipe: $ fastboot -w 1. Flashing stuff: reboot to bootloader (if not already there): $ adb reboot-bootloader 2. Flash boot image and dtbo img: $ fastboot flash boot cleanslate-pantah-boot-xxxxxx.yyy--ZZZ.img $ fastboot flash dtbo cleanslate-pantah-dtbo-xxxxxx.yyy--ZZZ.img $ fastboot flash vendor_kernel_boot cleanslate-pantah-vendor-kernel-boot-xxxxxx.yyy--ZZZ.img 4. if everything went fine, reboot to FastbootD and flash vendor_dlkm modules image: $ fastboot reboot fastboot $ fastboot flash vendor_dlkm cleanslate-pantah-vendor_dlkm-xxxxxx.yyy--ZZZ.img 5. reboot (fastboot reboot), enjoy
Thanks, I also had the idea if that it doesn't work out, then I'll upload it here, so I just did that here (I'll link it in the original post as well).