Is this OnePlus 7T? (2SI boot-type device).I'm so sorry, I'm trying to use the search function for this thread, but for some reason, I'm getting results from the whole forum.
I got Magisk 24.1 installed (App is 25.2). I'm updating to 25.2 (Direct install), reboot and everything is fine. For a few days.
Then network services stop working requiring a reboot to get back up and running. And in return Magisk is back to 24.1..
I've tried to disable all the modules before updating = no difference.
Maybe one of the modules needs to be removed?
ARCore/playground Patcher 2.1
Busybox for Android NDK 1.34.1
CloudflareNDS4Magisk IPv6 2.6
Debloater (Terminal Emulator) 17.3.3
F-Droid Privileged Extension2021-07-21
Terminal Modifications 1.4.6
Universal SafetyNet Fix 3.3.1
Or is there some known issue I don't know of?
I believe you'll find Magisk never successfully updated to 25.2 due to Magiskinit refactoring for 2SI which breaks Direct Install for many devices. (This has been deemed NOT a bug, but makes previous version patched images incompatible for re-patching w/ current magiskboot).
The solution for affected devices is simply to do initial patch (using unpatched boot image) and fastboot flash again...
Not sure about network issues, but it may be that something else is borked... Could be a module as mentioned, or could be something in Magisk config; deleting whole /data/adb directory before shutdown should fix this. - Magisk config incl. magisk.db will be rebuilt...
... I put a lot of information about the magiskinit refactoring here around June 23...
If you happen to use a custom kernel, you may have further issues due to this refactoring reverting verity disabling (AVB key/flag stripping); Check here:
Please give more device / environment details if this doesn't apply/fix your issue... Without this, my diagnosis here is largely guesswork...