If you can use TWRP under Android 11 then you are unencrypted, else you wouldn't be able to use TWRP until we get a version that supports Android 11 encryption.
Please stop doing that !
Check this tutorial : https://www.thecustomdroid.com/android-11-magisk-rooting-guide/
The guide in the link is the most accurate guide for rooting with magisk22 . If you can't understand the process, there is no need to threaten the person trying to help. Sharing the external for the guide is not illegal. I followed the instructions listed on the link and rooted without any difficulty. You can skip the steps of extracting the stock image by googling the stock image or search on the xda forums.This is 3rd time you are breaking the XDA rule.
Before you were just sharing external site (may be yours and just want to take visitors there...whatever) link that is not needed because a good guide is already here in this thread itself in posts.
You are not helping or explains or giving answer to anything. Just sharing external link.
And this time you said: "Please stop doing that!"
And then again shared the same link.
Please stop doing this otherwise your posts/profiled will get reported by several xda members here.
The guide in the link is the most accurate guide for rooting with magisk22 . If you can't understand the process, there is no need to threaten the person trying to help. Sharing the external for the guide is not illegal. I followed the instructions listed on the link and rooted without any difficulty. You can skip the steps of extracting the stock image by googling the stock image or search on the xda forums.
Thank you very much for your answer. I just checked I'm not encrypted so can I use TWRP without the risk of bootloop?Paramètres> Sécurité et écran de verrouillage
Faites défiler vers le bas jusqu'à ce que vous voyiez l'en-tête Chiffrement et informations d'identification. Votre statut de cryptage est répertorié sur la ligne suivante
If you flash the decrypt file and decrypt the phone would you be able to upgrade from OOS 10 to OOS 11,2 and still keep TWRP and stay rooted?Settings>Security & Lock Screen
Scroll down till you see the header Encryption & Credentials. Your encryption status is listed on the next line
It doesn't matter your device is decrypted or encrypted.If you flash the decrypt file and decrypt the phone would you be able to upgrade from OOS 10 to OOS 11,2 and still keep TWRP and stay rooted?
So this requires a new install and you can't upgrade from OOS10 to OOS 11.2 and keep apps etc and still keep TWRP and Root???It doesn't matter your device is decrypted or encrypted.
After flashing OOS 11 you still need to flash decrypt file.
You can check this post. This may help you
Team Win Recovery Project 3.x, or twrp3 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. Its a fully touch driven user interface no more volume rocker or power buttons to mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and...forum.xda-developers.com
Oh no I read about the OOS11 and it has many bugs, I'm totally willing to wait them to be resolved first. Heck, I was even thinking about switching to LineageOS at some point, but I digress.Hello,
I looks like TWRP has disappeared for an unknown reason.
Just reboot to fastboot mode and flash it as well.
If you want to install the latest Oxygen OS 22.214.171.124, I recommend you to do first a backup of your data.
The currently TWRP doesn't works yet with Android 11.
If you want to remain rooted, It's simple. Please check the posts above.
The link is no longer valid. Would you pls post it again? Thanks!Hello
Here's the boot.img "126.96.36.199" "global" patched with the lastest Magisk v23. It should work with the EU rom.
- Just flash it under fastboot (cmd with PC).
#include <std_disclaimer.h> /* * * We are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at us for messing up your device, we will laugh at you. * */