General Nothing Phone (1) [ROM][OTA][Nothing OS] Repo of Nothing OS - Update: 20-01-2023

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Taylorsay

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Um. It's a custom ROM for pixels. Like graphene os but a bit less tinfoil hat. After flashing it makes you lick the bootloader again. It's a security focussed ROM so it makes sense. I just don't know what they do that makes it ok for them to relock it but you can't in other ROMs
 

Pho3nX

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Jun 13, 2013
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Hello, is anyone already has the 1.1.7 EEA-Stock-boot.img link, by any chance ?

You can try to boot with Magisk Patched 1.1.6, it's often the same boot between same branch release.

So download the Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.6_Boot.img and just boot command (no the "flash" command, any risk ;))
If after this command device d'on't properly boot, just keep ON/OFF button for do a hard reset/reboot and device will boot again with the stock/installed boot.

Code:
.\fastboot boot Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.6_Boot.img


Device will reboot, after, on system, open Magisk :
- Install
- Direct installation (recommanded)
- Go
-After patching, reboot ;)


It's safe and with this trick you can wait for the true 1.1.7 boot.img when it will be available
 
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spysky

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I'm having a weird behaviour, maybe someone can help.

I've done the 1.1.17 update using system updater.
After the update, I tried commands "fastboot boot XXXX" and "fastboot flash boot XXX" using
patched version of 1.1.7 from here

But also old 1.1.6 patched versions.

OS boots up as normal, but when I enter Magisk it always shows root not installed.

When I flash HofaTheRipper boot, I noticed that it says that is for partition b, so I set partition b as active, but even so, it does show on magisk as not rooted.

Any ideas?
 
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NightStrix

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You can try to boot with Magisk Patched 1.1.6, it's often the same boot between same branch release.

So download the Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.6_Boot.img and just boot command (no the "flash" command, any risk ;))
If after this command device d'on't properly boot, just keep ON/OFF button for do a hard reset/reboot and device will boot again with the stock/installed boot.

Code:
.\fastboot boot Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.6_Boot.img


Device will reboot, after, on system, open Magisk :
- Install
- Direct installation (recommanded)
- Go
-After patching, reboot ;)


It's safe and with this trick you can wait for the true 1.1.7 boot.img when it will be available
Thank you for the advice and for the impressive work already done on this page but I ended up flashing the corresponding image. Good weekend :)
 
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Pho3nX

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I'm having a weird behaviour, maybe someone can help.

I've done the 1.1.17 update using system updater.
After the update, I tried commands "fastboot boot XXXX" and "fastboot flash boot XXX" using
patched version of 1.1.7 from here


But also old 1.1.6 patched versions.

OS boots up as normal, but when I enter Magisk it always shows root not installed.

When I flash HofaTheRipper boot, I noticed that it says that is for partition b, so I set partition b as active, but even so, it does show on magisk as not rooted.

Any ideas?

HofaTheRipper has provide the Stock Boot, not patched, so it's normal.
You must follow this (especially for safe, use fastboot boot, not fastboot flash)
You must use Magisk Boot Patched image available on the page 2
 

spysky

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HofaTheRipper has provide the Stock Boot, not patched, so it's normal.
You must follow this (especially for safe, use fastboot boot, not fastboot flash)
You must use Magisk Boot Patched image available on the page 2
I patched the version HofaTheRipper provided.

Regardless of it, just in case anyone faces the same, I was able to fix it.

I had magisk app hidden, and when I tried to root using magisk itself on the other slot, it got somehow corrupted..

The fix was, uninstall magisk, and the app of magisk hidden, reboot.
Then fastboot boot patched version of HofaTheRipper, and apply root directly inside magisk.
 

ferretmc

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Feb 16, 2009
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Is there any way to update the phone from 1.1.6 to 1.1.7 while rooted without wiping?
Can I uninstall magisk, update the incremental and then root again?
The updatenotification is nagging me :(
I'm on EEA 1.1.6
 

Benfran

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Jan 3, 2012
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Is there any way to update the phone from 1.1.6 to 1.1.7 while rooted without wiping?
Can I uninstall magisk, update the incremental and then root again?
The updatenotification is nagging me :(
I'm on EEA 1.1.6
Yes you can. You just need to wait for the Full update package to be available. Keep checking the first page here.
 

JazonX

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Dec 16, 2009
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Is there any way to update the phone from 1.1.6 to 1.1.7 while rooted without wiping?
Can I uninstall magisk, update the incremental and then root again?
The updatenotification is nagging me :(
I'm on EEA 1.1.6

I updated using the Fastboot ROM posted here

 

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    Could someone give me a tutorial for newbies with adb and fasboot rom, I would like to put the version 1.1.7 eea, I am in beta 1.5.1 beta 2, and I wanted to leave it again in 1.1.7 and be able to use ota
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    @Phon3nX
    Reading through this thread (and other threads in this forum), I see a lot of users facing issues updating their devices, especially with root. Even I have faced issues with updating and I try different methods to fix it, but there is still no single method that works 100% of the time. Sometimes local update method works, sometimes sideloading with ADB, etc.

    It would be great if you could create a guide for updating their devices with root, possibly with all the different methods and troubleshooting methods. I do not mean unlocking or rooting, but updating NP1 by keeping root access. Sure, there are a lot of individual posts on this topic spread across this forum, as threads and as comments in threads like these, but I think it would be better to have it in one of the reserved sections in the original guide thread.

    Thank you and kudos for the great job you do here. :)
    5
    @Phon3nX
    Reading through this thread (and other threads in this forum), I see a lot of users facing issues updating their devices, especially with root. Even I have faced issues with updating and I try different methods to fix it, but there is still no single method that works 100% of the time. Sometimes local update method works, sometimes sideloading with ADB, etc.

    It would be great if you could create a guide for updating their devices with root, possibly with all the different methods and troubleshooting methods. I do not mean unlocking or rooting, but updating NP1 by keeping root access. Sure, there are a lot of individual posts on this topic spread across this forum, as threads and as comments in threads like these, but I think it would be better to have it in one of the reserved sections in the original guide thread.

    Thank you and kudos for the great job you do here. :)

    Unfortunatelly there no 100% method working, restore boot file (from Magisk or fastboot) working only if Boot Timestamp / Signature is the same asking by OTA Update/Hotfix... If it's not the same = Error 20
    It's for this reason it's better to :
    - Always create yourself Magisk Patched Boot from the Stock Boot
    Like that, signature come from original boot file and your Magisk will create a Patched file for your device/configuration and above all when you will apply/install this Patched file, Magisk will backup the original Boot.

    If you flash directly a new Magisk Boot file from a user or this topic without boot/patch yourself this file with the "flash" command you can encounter bootloop but above all your Magisk doesn't create a backup from the original boot because Magisk has never patched this boot.

    In some case the only solution is clean flash to the last Full Firmware available (so 1.1.7) and from this proper base update firmware and patch. I do that for the first Beta 1.5, i can't install this Beta from 1.1.7 even after restore boot. From now update work easily from OTA/Hotfix by restoring boot image.

    PS : Topic updated with NOS 1.1.8 & NOS 1.5.1 Beta Hotfix links
    5
    1.5.1 hotfix (incremental over 1.5.1):



    Stock boot file 1.5.1 hotfix:



    Magisk boot file 1.5.1 hotfix:



    Have fun!
    4
    you can make fastboot rom again for beta2
    I am making it now.
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    Note: This is not a support thread for issues you may have with Nothing OS ROMs. If you need help installing or updating, feel free to ask here. If you have any other issues, please ask in another thread.

    Regarding problems with the Phone(1), you can post in
    this open topic

    The Nothing Phone(1) was officially unveiled on July 12th and we know a good part of the specifications of the smartphone.

    • Phone(1) - Model : A063
    • Initial Code Name : Abra / Global Name : Lahaina / EEA Name = Spacewar
    • Android 12

    Platform =>OS - Android 12 - Nothing OS
    Chipset => Qualcomm SM7325-AE Snapdragon 778G+ 5G (6 nm)
    1. CPU => Octa-core (1x2.5 GHz Cortex-A78 & 3x2.4 GHz Cortex-A78 & 4x1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
    2. GPU => Adreno 642L
    Memory => 8Go & 12Go
    Storage => 128Go & 256Go - UFS 3.1 - no card slot
    Sim => Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

    Network Technology => GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G
    1. 2G Bands => GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
    2. 3G Bands => HSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
    3. 4G Bands => 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 32, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 66
    4. 5G Bands => 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 28, 38, 40, 41, 77, 78 SA/NSA
    5. Speed => HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G

    Comms => WLAN => Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6, dual-band, hotspot
    1. Bluetooth => 5.2, A2DP, LE
    2. GPS => Yes, with A-GPS. Up to dual-band: GLONASS (1), BDS (2), GALILEO (1), QZSS (1)
    3. NFC => Yes
    4. Radio => Unspecified
    5. USB => USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go
    Dimensions => 159.2 x 75.8 x 8.3 mm - 6.27 x 2.98 x 0.33 in
    Weight => 193.5 g - 6.84 oz
    Build => Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5), glass back (Gorilla Glass 5), aluminum frame

    Dispaly => OLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, HDR10+, 500 nits (typ), 1200 nits (peak)
    Size => 6.55 inches = 103.6 cm2 (~85.8% screen-to-body ratio)
    Resolution => 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~402 ppi density)

    Battery => Li-Po 4500 mAh, non-removable
    => CHARGING => Fast charging 33W, 50% in 30 min, 100% in 70 min (advertised)
    => Wireless charging 15W
    => Reverse wireless charging 5W
    => Power Delivery 3.0
    => Quick Charge 4.0

    Protection => Corning Gorilla Glass 5

    Camera => 50 MP Main Camera, Dual
    => 50 MP, f/1.9, 24mm (wide-angle), 1/1.56", 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS
    => 50 MP, f/2.2, 114˚ (ultra wide angle), 1/2.76", 0.64µm
    => LED flash, panorama, HDR features
    => Video recording [email protected], [email protected]/60fps, gyro-EIS, live HDR
    => Front Camera, Selfie 16 MP, Single
    => Features -16 MP, f/2.5, (wide-angle), 1/3.1", 1.0µm
    => Video recording [email protected]

    Others =>
    1. Multiple LED lights on the back (notifications, charging progress, camera fill light)
    2. Blinking red light on the back (video recording indicator)
    3. IP53 - splash, water and dust resistant
    4. 3.5mm jack => No
    5. Loudspeaker => Yes, with stereo speakers
    6. Sensors => Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, proximity, gyro, compass

    NOTHING OS - Links to download - Update 20/01/2023
    Global Full Nothing OS 1.0.2 | Incremental from 1.0.1 | - 15/07/2022
    EEA Full Nothing OS 1.0.2 | Incremental from 1.0.1 |
    Global Full Nothing OS 1.1.4 | Incremental from 1.1.3 | - 17/09/2022
    EEA Full Nothing OS 1.1.4 | Incremental from 1.1.3 |
    Global Full Nothing OS 1.1.5 | Incremental from 1.1.5 | - 20/10/2022
    EEA Full Nothing OS 1.1.5 | Incremental from 1.1.5 |
    Global Full Nothing OS 1.1.7 | Incremental from 1.1.6 | - 22/11/2022
    Global Full Nothing OS 1.1.7 Hotfix | Incremental from 1.1.7 | - 15/12/2022
    EEA Full Nothing OS 1.1.7 Hotfix | Incremental from 1.1.7 |
    Global Full Nothing OS 1.1.8 | Incremental from 1.1.7 | - 20/01/2023
    EEA Full Nothing OS 1.1.8 | Incremental from 1.1.7 |

    NOTHING OS Beta - Links to download - Update 20/01/2023
    Global Nothing OS 1.5 Beta | Incremental from 1.1.7 | - 15/12/2022
    EEA Nothing OS 1.5 Beta | Incremental from 1.1.7/1.1.7 fix |
    Global & EEA Nothing OS 1.5.1 Beta 2 | Incremental from 1.5 | - 14/01/2023 - NEW *
    Global & EEA Nothing OS 1.5.1 Beta 2 Hotfix | Incremental from 1.5.1 | - 18/01/2023 - NEW *
    (*) From the second Beta [1.5.1] EEA & Global firmwares are now unified ! Great
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    NOTHING OS - Changelog - Update 20/01/2023

    Nothing OS 1.1.0 Changelog:
    Here’s the complete changelog for the Nothing OS 1.1.0 update for the Phone 1
    • New features
      • Introduced experimental Tesla control feature.
      • Introduced experimental NFT Gallery widget.
      • We heard your feedback on the Beta Launcher – the Search Bar on the home screen is now optional.
    • Camera improvements
      • Glyph fill light is now available in Portrait Mode.
      • Improved clarity and reduced noise when taking photos in low light environments.
      • Improved dynamic range when taking photos in low light environments.
      • Improved photo clarity when using the ultra-wide camera.
      • Improved colour consistency across the main and ultra-wide sensors.
    • Bug fixes & Performance optimisations
      • Updated Android security patch to July 2022.
      • Fixed a lock screen bug that would sometimes hide the fingerprint icon.
      • Improved the reliability of the Glyph Interface.
      • Battery life optimisations when device is on standby.
      • Improved Face Unlock performance.
      • General bug fixes.
    Nothing OS 1.1.2 Changelog:
    The complete changelog for the European Nothing OS 1.1.2 update​
    • New features
      • Added a toggle for showing the fingerprint icon when screen is off.
      • Always on display will now be turned off during the night by default.
    • Bug fixes & Performance optimizations
      • Improved charging performance and compatibility with 3rd party chargers.
      • Resolved Bluetooth codec issue.
      • Optimized minor UI details.
      • General bug fixes and stability improvement.
    Nothing OS 1.1.3 Changelog:
    The complete changelog for the European & Global Full Nothing OS 1.1.3 update​
    • New features
      • Added option to turn on Google’s Adaptive Battery to intelligently optimise battery life.
      • Redesigned fingerprint verification UI for 3rd party apps.
    • Camera improvements
      • When using Glyph lighting, images are automatically adjusted to optimal colour and brightness.
      • Impoved photo clarity when using the front camera.
      • Faster Night Mode and HDR photo processing time.
      • Richer colour saturation when using the ultra-wide camera.
      • Reduced noise and increased sharpness when using zoom.
      • Added reminder to clean the camera lenses.
    • Bug fixes and performance optimisations
      • Resolved an issue that caused stuttering in some apps like Twitter, Play Store etc.
      • Resolved an issue that prevented mobile hotspot from working properly.
      • Fixed ussye that caused the lock screen to crash after tapping on a notification and then trying to use finger unlock.
      • Polished minor UI details.
      • General bug fixes.
    Nothing OS 1.1.4 features the following changes:
    • New features
      • New option to flip the 3-button navigation bar.
      • All Ear (1) app features are now integrated into Nothing OS. Customize gesture controls and switch Noise Cancellation modes and more in Quick Settings and Settings.
      • Now supports LHDC high-def audio.
    • Camera improvements
      • New option to add a Nothing themed watermark to the camera app.
      • Improved ultra-wide camera colour calibration and increased colour consistency between main and ultra-wide sensors.
      • New motion detection algorithm added for improved stability when shooting moving objects.
      • Increased shooting speed when using HDR in ultra-wide mode.
    • System improvements
      • September Security Patch.
      • Reduced battery consumption for Always On Display and other use cases.
      • Improved thermal performance.
      • New UI for system updates.
    • Bug fixes & Performance optimizations
      • Fixed network issues for certain carriers.
      • Fixed an issue causing incoming calls to show up as Unknown Contact.
      • Fixed HDFC Bank app fingerprint issue.
      • General bug fixes.
    Nothing OS 1.1.6 features the following changes:
    • New features
      • Now supports Google AR Core.
      • Indian users covered by Reliance Jio can now access 5G.
    • Camera
      • Sharper videos with improved stability.
      • Recording light indicator is now always-on by default.
    • Improvements
      • Optimised, more fluid Launcher experience.
      • More accurate battery status.
      • Increased maximum brightness when displaying HDR content.
      • Updated, more reactive Flip to Glyph animation.
      • Glyph charging light now synced to sound effect.
      • Updated NFC sound effect.
      • General bug fixes.
    Nothing OS 1.1.7 features the following changes:
    • New features
      • Now supports battery percentage display for AirPods. You can enable it in Settings - Experimental features.
    • Improvements
      • Updated to October/November Security Patch.
      • Improved OS fluidity and reduced stutters.
      • Adjusted the thermal threshold to better balance performance and temperature.
      • Improved audio quality when recording videos.
      • More accurate battery status.
    • Bug fixes
      • Resolved an issue causing Whatsapp notifications to be unresponsive in lockscreen.
      • General bug fixes.
    Nothing OS 1.1.8 features the following changes:

    • The full Nothing X app will now be available in Nothing OS.
    • Fixed an issue causing the system to shutter in some scenarios.
    • General bug fixes.
    Nothing OS 1.5 Open Beta features the following changes:

    This is the first version of many to come and the priority is to ensure the stability of migrating to Android 13.
    • Android 13 Highlights:
      • More colour schemes are availables from the wallpaper selector
      • All apps must now have your permission before sending notifications
      • Added a QR code scanner shortcut in Quick Settings
      • Added support for setting per-app language preference
      • Added the Live Caption feature which detects speech from audio output to automatically generate captions.
      • Added a clipboard preview after copying text allowing the content to be edited directly from the clipboard
      • Better privacy protection such as Photo picker, Nearby WiFi devices Permission, Types of media permission, etc.
    • Nothing OS Improvements:
      • Improved the user interaction of Network and Connectivity tiles in Quick Settings
      • Reduced the wait time when loading apps
      • Implemented a new self-repair feature to periodically delete unused system dumps and cache
      • Optimised the smoothness of many animations throughout the whole system
      • Improved the volume setting panel, allowing granular volume controls without unlocking the device
      • Improved the game mode light notification and added the Google game dashboard
    • Weather app beta release!
      • Take an initial look at Nothing's in-house Weather app
      • Tapping a weather widget on the homescreen now directly opens the corresponding city in Weather instead of opening a link
      • Air Quality Index and more animations will be added in later stages
    • This is the first version of the Nothing OS
      1.5 Open Beta, so there are still many more features in development and you should also expect to run into some bugs and with the following
      :

      - Google Pay and Netflix cannot be used normally.
      - Pop-up view feature will not be available.
    Nothing OS 1.5.1 Beta features the following changes:

    A warm welcome back to the second round of the Nothing OS 1.5 beta programme! Below are some additional features that we will bring to the NothingOS 1.5 update. Additionally, congratulations to those of you have been newly selected to participate!

    • A brand new handcrafted glyph ringtone and notification soundpack of a slightly different style!
    • A new collection of minimalist wallpapers are now available in the customisation menu on the homescreen.
    • Lockscreen shortcut customisations! Choose to display shortcuts for camera, torch, device controls and wallet.
    • Easily switch between data usage when using dual SIM with the improved network Quick Setting panel.
    • Smoother animation when transitioning the display between on and off (regardless if Always on Display status).
    • Improved the display auto brightness algotithm.
    • The full Nothing X app will now be available in Nothing OS.
    • The pop-up view has been brought back with some interaction improvements.
    • Improved Camera app UI and animations.
    • Improved battery life.
    • Increased system stability and bug fixes.

      Thanks for your ongoing support and contributions to our efforts in improving the Nothing OS Experience. Let's continue building Nothing together.

    What are the regional variants of Nothing OS ?

    Nothing offers two distinct regional variants of Nothing OS.
    • Intended for European countries is the "EEA" version, as it meets the requirements of the European Privacy Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
    • The other version, the so-called "Global Version" is intended for Asian and Australian devices.
    You can easily control the regional setting of your Phone(1) by going to your Shell terminal or Android emulator (e.g. Fuss) and executing the following command:
    Code:
    getprop ro.product.system.name
    • This command will return "SpacewarEEA" if the device is delivered with the European firmware.
    • For International models, the result should be "Spacewar" only.

    Don't forget to read this post which tries to gather your problems, but especially solutions brought by members

    [HELP THREADING] Nothing Phone 1 Common Issues and Problems

    Actually, you will find a solution for IMEI and EDL problems
    14
    - FILES FOR NOTHING OS - (stock-boot, etc. )

    /!\ IT'S HIGHLY RECOMMANDED /!\
    to always using fastboot "boot" command installation
    instead directly "flash" a patched boot.img file to avoid any risk of brick


    Code:
    .\fastboot boot Magisk_Patched_XXX.img

    By the way if Magisk patched boot file is good, device will boot temporary with root and install Magisk, you must simply install/apply root on the boot definitively :
    - Open Magisk > Install > Install Directly (Recommanded) > Reboot... Voila !


    If the Magisk patched boot file don't boot, just do a hard reboot/shutdown by pressing ON/OFF button +5 seconds, device reboot directly with your stock boot without problems.


    Stock Boot & Patched Boot for Nothing OS
    Nothing OS 1.0.2
    Stock_boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.0
    Global-Stock-boot.img |
    Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.0_Boot.img
    EEA_Stock-boot.img | Magisk_patched-EEA_1.1.0_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.2
    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.2_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img |
    Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.2_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.3
    Global-Stock-boot.img |
    Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.3_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.3_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.4
    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.4_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.4_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.5

    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.5_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.5_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.6

    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.6_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.6_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.7
    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.7_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.7_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.7 Fix
    Global-Stock-boot.img
    | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.7.fix_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.7.fix_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.1.8
    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.1.7_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.1.7_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.5 Beta

    Global-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_Global_1.5_Beta_Boot.img
    EEA-Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_EEA_1.5_Beta_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.5.1 Beta (*) from this Beta EEA & Global are unified
    Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_1.5.1_Beta_Boot.img

    Nothing OS 1.5.1 Beta Hotfix (*) from this Beta EEA & Global are unified
    Stock-boot.img | Magisk-Patched_1.5.1_Beta_Hotfix_Boot.img


    Special thanks to HofaTheRipper & AVB Delenda Est for shared their firmwares & boot files links !!
    7
    @Phon3nX
    Reading through this thread (and other threads in this forum), I see a lot of users facing issues updating their devices, especially with root. Even I have faced issues with updating and I try different methods to fix it, but there is still no single method that works 100% of the time. Sometimes local update method works, sometimes sideloading with ADB, etc.

    It would be great if you could create a guide for updating their devices with root, possibly with all the different methods and troubleshooting methods. I do not mean unlocking or rooting, but updating NP1 by keeping root access. Sure, there are a lot of individual posts on this topic spread across this forum, as threads and as comments in threads like these, but I think it would be better to have it in one of the reserved sections in the original guide thread.

    Thank you and kudos for the great job you do here. :)
    6
    KERNEL FOR PHONE(1) - 17-07-2022

    If you're a developer looking to create something around the Phone(1), here's something to get you started with the release of the Kernel and device tree.

    Nothing Phone 1 : Kernel Source || Device Tree
    5
    Thanks for the tip! This did the trick, and I'm now happily re-rooted on 1.1.3 :) I was not even aware of the local system update wizard...

    Yes :
    1/ Flash Full ROM Update
    2/ Reboot normally (no risk, no EDL/Brick possibility)
    3/ Boot normally System/OS, no root
    4/ Run Magisk > Patch new boot 1.1.3 (you can know extract/found boot.img) on this thread
    5/ Take the Patched Magisk Boot
    6/ Boot on Bootloader mode (Fastboot) > Flash Magisk Boot
    I advise to always flash magisk on "safe" mode, i mean with the "boot command (not flash boot command):

    Code:
    .\fastboot boot magisk_patched-2XXXX_XXXXX.img

    7/ Device will boot on System/OS with Magisk/Root granted just this time, and if not boot, just restart, old boot is always installed, more safe.
    If device boot normally with the patched Boot, just go on magisk > install > install directly (recommanded) > apply
    and reboot, voila !