Totally agree, but as of today we do not have a working solution for the DRMFix and Magisk, we have unfortunatly to choose. We can flash a working Magisk, but then the current DRMFIx does not work.
Fortunately there is talented persons working with the issue and hopefulle we will be able to run Magisk with working camera shortly
I opened bootloader , my phone 47.1.A.2.374 I tried to flash 47.1.A.8.49 flashtool does not work in xperia g8342
At the start of the show the message glows ( your device hes been unlocked and can"t be trusted - your device will boot in 5 Seconds ) Currently I can not access developer options and the camera picks up green images
What should I do؟
all Respect and appreciation for you Senior Member
Green pictures are because you unlocked bootloader. Will be fixed by DRMFix. your device hes been unlocked and can"t be trusted-message will allways be there on unlocked BL
Download G8342_MY_47.1.A.8.49 .rar according to this post, it contains latest ROM and newflasher
With drivers installed:
Turn off phone. Hold Vol down while connecting USB to computer (Green light on phone). Open commandprompt on computer and cd to unpacked G8342_MY_47.1.A.8.49 .rar directory. Run
This installs lastest stock kernel and firmware.
When finished reboot phone
Download twrp-3.2.1-0-poplar-1-patchlevel-2017-12-01.img and move the file to the same directory on computer where flashtool is installed
Commect the phone to computer USB while holding Vol UP (Blue light on phone)
Open commandprompt on computer and cd to flashtool directory (where also twrp-3.2.1-0-poplar-1-patchlevel-2017-12-01.img exists)
Fix works also for latest 12.34 kernel.
The error from the SuperSU-flashing gave me the lead to the problem. The new FW and/or TWRP does not provide unzip functionallity.
In order to get the fix in OP working on FW47.1.A.12.34 follow this procedure:
Make sure you're on a clean stock kernel, FW47.1.A.12.34 with Jan 5, 2018 security level
A ton of respect and a busload of thanks to @sToRm// for his engagement and for pushing me in the direction of the solution (maybe without realizing it himself) by making me realize the flashing of the OP zips which did not give any errors still actually left the system unchanged. And a lot of thanks to @N1ghtr08d for pointing out the unzip problem earlier on. And certainly must also @ M-Rom be mentioned who have only the best of intentions. And of course @modpunk where further explaination is totally unnecessary. That´s what communities like this is all about. Get it or get out!