Question OOS12 C.61 incremental is out for global units

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N1ldo

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Yeah this was my first OnePlus and it may well be my last because of the throttling. It really irks me. Like they go so far as to make it impossible to actually disable in OOS12.

Open Magisk, hit uninstall, hit restore images. Install the OTA and before rebooting, install to inactive slot.
I did it and it worked successfully... But do not understand why I do not have mobile data after the update, for calls and messages is ok.

Op9 T-Mobile unlocked and with the global rom.
 

mattie_49

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If you don't have a stock backup, it's not that big of a deal. Uninstall Magisk and install the OTA.Take the clean C.61 boot image and copy to the phone, open Magisk, patch, copy to PC, fastboot boot patched image, open Magisk again, direct install.
The way to gain stored stock boot image with Magisk Is to patch boot. Boot into fastboot and "fastboot boot magisk_patched.img not fastboot flash boot, then direct install once you get into magisk after boot. Safe way and how I've done for a long time. Stores stock boot image for future use.
 

drift08

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Does anyone have the original boot img for OOS12 C.61 incremental? I am trying to prep phone (global ver) before I start to unlock bootloader and root. Is there a way to extract current boot img w/o root from phone? The latest full OTA is a slightly different version. How can one extract boot img from full and incremental OTA w/o patching it? Thanks in advance.
 

EtherealRemnant

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Does anyone have the original boot img for OOS12 C.61 incremental? I am trying to prep phone (global ver) before I start to unlock bootloader and root. Is there a way to extract current boot img w/o root from phone? The latest full OTA is a slightly different version. How can one extract boot img from full and incremental OTA w/o patching it? Thanks in advance.
Install OTA on the phone, open up MSM Tool and put phone into edl with adb reboot edl, press F8, grab the correct boot partition (you can run fastboot getvar current-slot to find out whether it is A or B).

The phone only stays in edl for a few seconds if it doesn't receive a command so be quick about it.
 

drift08

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Install OTA on the phone, open up MSM Tool and put phone into edl with adb reboot edl, press F8, grab the correct boot partition (you can run fastboot getvar current-slot to find out whether it is A or B).

The phone only stays in edl for a few seconds if it doesn't receive a command so be quick about it.
I just grab MSM Tool from xda @ here along with lemonade_22_O.07_210412.ops in it. I have never use MSM Tool before. So, I assume the above method does not wipe any user data on the phone at all. Correct? Thanks.
 

arebelspy

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even if u fully uninstall magisk when u press install ota it will say failed or something like that.
Yep. I uninstalled Magisk (doing the full uninstall since I when I tried restore image it didn't work since I had no stock backup), then tried to install the OTA and get a "Couldn't Update Installation Problem" error.

Is there any way to update once you've rooted?
 

AxelM

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The way to gain stored stock boot image with Magisk Is to patch boot. Boot into fastboot and "fastboot boot magisk_patched.img not fastboot flash boot, then direct install once you get into magisk after boot. Safe way and how I've done for a long time. Stores stock boot image for future use.
To wrap this up, because I am a bit slow:
I am on C.47:
1. Uninstall magisk
2. install ota c.48 - do not reboot
3. go to magisk and "patch boot" --> copy magisk_patched_boot.img to pc
4. in fastboot mode: "fastboot boot magisk_patched_boot.img
5. magisk direct install
6. repeat everything with c.61

Am I right or is there a better way? Can I also patch now the original boot.img from c.47 to get rid of any changes in magisk unistall than magisk and start ota?
 

mattie_49

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To wrap this up, because I am a bit slow:
I am on C.47:
1. Uninstall magisk
2. install ota c.48 - do not reboot
3. go to magisk and "patch boot" --> copy magisk_patched_boot.img to pc
4. in fastboot mode: "fastboot boot magisk_patched_boot.img
5. magisk direct install
6. repeat everything with c.61

Am I right or is there a better way? Can I also patch now the original boot.img from c.47 to get rid of any changes in magisk unistall than magisk and start ota?
You can uninstall magisk /restore stock image. Start ota. Don't reboot. When finishes go into magisk setting and install to inactive slot. Let it do its thing now reboot into C-61 with root. If you don't have stock image available In magisk your said above way will work fine.
 

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AxelM

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You can uninstall magisk /restore stock image. Start ota. Don't reboot. When finishes go into magisk setting and install to inactive slot. Let it do its thing now reboot into C-61 with root. I'd you don't have stock image available In magisk your way will work fine.
I have a stock boot.img but magisk did not recognize it :) Can I than just install it manually, uninstall magisk and than do ota?
 

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