I intend to do that with the latest twrp kebab build...Have not tried yet.
Thanks you so much!New build released - 20210726 (Kebab only)
- Removed 9R support
- Fixed the TWRP screen overlapping with the notch
- Various mount errors while flashing ROMs should be gone now (atleast my testers think so)
- Latest upstream changes
- Removed AOSPA kernel, and updated to latest LOS kernel
As always, links are updated in the OP too.
Has anyone tried to flash magisk on stock rom using this twrp?
It is mentioned that OOS flashing is broken so I was a bit confused whether it can flash zips over the already installed oos.
I am currently on latest OOS and locked bootloader so what I'm planning to do is -
1. Unlock Bootloader
2. Flash Recovery
3. Flash Magisk
4. Reboot System
Will this work?
@theincognito - what do you mean here:
I have stock OOS. So if I have update of OOS (full package), install it at OOS installer (not in TWRP). Then I should not click "Reboot" in the updater just select "Reboot in recovery mode" and install the ZIP with TWRP there? Or should it look different with original OOS?
- It's better to flash ROM + TWRP installer, if you want to keep your TWRP after flashing a ROM
So local upgrade would work when stock recovery is absent? Sorry for asking noob questions. Since I am coming from an OP3T, I am really not sure about what's normal on newer devices and A/B partitions.
As stated by the OP, you can't flash OOS, either full or incremental, with TWRP at the moment.I have the incremental update for OOS, wasn't able to payload extract it (I'm rooted) but it's global latest if anyone wants to try a TWRP flash. 22.214.171.124.KB05AA incremental update I downloaded it and extracted from the phone with adb shell: https://mega.nz/file/C8AhTYYL#O8WxNjyz8I0FEXPRkgBxzktYmJw9fCw79tfIUuYNcuM
Then what's this??? This guy said he was stock and flashed TWRP via Franco Kernel Manager. I take it "stock" means OOS... Now that's how I interpreted it anyhow.
Sorry, I should have been clearer. When you use Magisk to do systemless installs, eg systemless hosts, it doesn't physically write to the system directories but uses overlays that make it seem that it's been written to system directories.
I use the last stable Magisk version (23.0) and I've never had a problem with it. Google Pay also works perfectly without making any changes other than enabling MagiskHide.Thank you for bringing TWRP to op8t. As far as installing recovery, magisk and rooting, is there a device specific version of magisk or is it one size fits all? I noticed in one of the rooting guides they recommended using the canary magisk but the guide was released before the first official release of TWRP.