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Arobase40

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I would like to have

I would like to have the Magisk and root with TWRP. or which way to do it. .
can I root android 11 yet?

Com'on guy et don't be so lazy as as far I can see you posted the same question since november 2020...

The answers are in OP post #1 and #2 of this thread and some posts backward this one !!!

So before you proceed, don't forget to backup everything using Samsung SmartSwith on your SD Card, a USB Stick or onto your PC.

-Download multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip from here :


- Then download Magisk-v22.0.apk from here :


- and rename it as Magisk-v22.0.zip

- Copy both multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip and Magisk-v22.0.zip onto your SD Card

Then download Android 11 from Sammobile, , Samfrew.com, with Frija or any other apps. If you don't find the exact model with the same CSC, download one the closest from your country.
Extract all files in whatever folder you want and use PC Odin to flash them all, exception of the CSC file.
In PC Odin include HOME-CSC instead of the existing CSC before you flash them all..

Once Android 11 installed and setup you need to keep your Tab S6 hooked onto a computer, desktop or laptop with the USB-C cable whenever you want to access the Recovery mode or the Download mode...

For TWRP, Magisk and root proceed as described on post #2, but :

What differences from post #2 are :

You can forget :

4. Flash custom kernel (Android 10, this is optional) as this custom kernel is NOT mandatory.

instead of using :

5. Flash encryption disabler, you have to flash multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip

- And finally instead of flashing Magisk 20.04, flash Magisk-v22.0.zip.
 

carlo67

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Com'on guy et don't be so lazy as as far I can see you posted the same question since november 2020...

The answers are in OP post #1 and #2 of this thread and some posts backward this one !!!

So before you proceed, don't forget to backup everything using Samsung SmartSwith on your SD Card, a USB Stick or onto your PC.

-Download multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip from here :


- Then download Magisk-v22.0.apk from here :


- and rename it as Magisk-v22.0.zip

- Copy both multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip and Magisk-v22.0.zip onto your SD Card

Then download Android 11 from Sammobile, , Samfrew.com, with Frija or any other apps. If you don't find the exact model with the same CSC, download one the closest from your country.
Extract all files in whatever folder you want and use PC Odin to flash them all, exception of the CSC file.
In PC Odin include HOME-CSC instead of the existing CSC before you flash them all..

Once Android 11 installed and setup you need to keep your Tab S6 hooked onto a computer, desktop or laptop with the USB-C cable whenever you want to access the Recovery mode or the Download mode...

For TWRP, Magisk and root proceed as described on post #2, but :

What differences from post #2 are :

You can forget :

4. Flash custom kernel (Android 10, this is optional) as this custom kernel is NOT mandatory.

instead of using :

5. Flash encryption disabler, you have to flash multidisabler-samsung-3.1.zip

- And finally instead of flashing Magisk 20.04, flash Magisk-v22.0.zip.

hi
I am sorry lot of questions about it i want to 100% know I doing
I am download
then flash all of .files?
 

carlo67

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If it's quoted from the OP, yes. It's kinda scary, but you just gotta do it, man.

Once TWRP is installed, installing Magisk/root is a breeze. Easiest method yet; just flash Magisk 22 apk renamed to .zip, as already stated.
where is the UNLOCK OEM ?
 

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carlo67

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On mine, it's between "Enable Bluetooth HCI" and "Running Services"

Try turning on WIFI -
wifi worked,,thank you
now the UNLOCK OEM is on
I got in download mode,,and Odin I put all files and home.
is that corrected?
 

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carlo67

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flashed android 11 went well and hard reset to factor default ok and normal setup.
the unlock oem already on
put it in download mode and tried to flash the TWRP_gts6l_3.4.0-16-landscape(2).tar but it didn't worked .

question

should be unlock off or on ?
 

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Arobase40

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flashed android 11 went well and hard reset to factor default ok and normal setup.
the unlock oem already on
put it in download mode and tried to flash the TWRP_gts6l_3.4.0-16-landscape(2).tar but it didn't worked .

question

should be unlock off or on ?

UNLOCK OEM OFF means this option should be Checked !

And once done the system should reboot by itself and erase all your data. If not that means you miss this procedure.

If unsure post a screenshot with the UNLOCK OEM status.

Then, sometimes you may need to reboot your Windows if a Windows update was on the way...
I don't know why but I had to retry this operation 3 or 4 time before it works...
 

carlo67

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Off. You need Bootloader to be unlocked to flash any non-official software. If you've flashed stock Android 11 you'll need to go through the whole process of unlocking the bootloader again.
I still can't flash the TWRP_gts6l_3.4.0-16-landscape.tar

why?
 

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Techguy777

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how can i pass the block by OEM while passing recovery in Odin.

EDIT: found a work around alrdy. now running A11/ no root/ custom kernel.
Thank you!<3
I always get confused with what you asked. I would have said did you turn on developer options and usb debugging? Did you unlock the bootloader by plugging in usb c to PC port and holding volume up and down? Did you flash twrp and boot into recovery while still plugged into pc? Did you download magisk v23 apk and rename it to .zip. while booted into twrp with all the zips on extsd you go into data format and type yes to wipe off your internal storage. Than you flash Samsung disabler zip and magisk v23 and reboot set up your new rooted android 11 Samsung Galaxy tab s6.
 

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    Official TWRP 3.4.0 for SM-T860 + SM-T865

    Telegram thread

    Built using OMNI source 9.0
    TWRP v3.4.0

    See post #2 for install steps

    Changelog...


    v1
    Initial build
    MTP, OTG and SDcard all working
    Encryption not working, but being implemented later
    * There is a kernel in the download folder for the T865, flashing this after booting into TWRP should give T865 full function.

    v2
    Added T865 support
    Updated kernel to SI3

    v3
    Fixed img flashing


    v5
    Encryption support added
    Fixed brightness function

    v7
    Now using a recovery_dtbo


    v15
    Updated to 3.4.0 twrp
    Updated kernel and dtbo (TF2 Android 10 only)

    TWRP Downloads

    Download TWRP 3.4.0 folder T860
    Download TWRP 3.4.0 folder T865
    WETA Kernel
    Telegram thread


    Thanks to @geiti94 and @klabit87 for allowing me to constantly pick their brains

    --------------------->

    Beer fund

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Galaxy Tab S6 TWRP, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

    Contributors
    Mentalmuso, mentalmuso
    Source Code: [Kernel Source

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2019-09-30
    Last Updated 2019-09-30
    18
    TWRP installation changed

    Download folder.T860
    Download folder.T865
    WETA Kernel


    * Unlock bootloader first
    * Reboot recovery and reboot system now behave normally after flashing.
    * No more patching in Magisk manager at all.
    * Be aware, first clean boot, hangs on building cache, hard reboot after waiting about 3min and you'll boot past this
    * If simply updating your existing TWRP, v9 upwards, you only need to flash the TWRP.img in recovery. No need to reflash kernel and Magisk.

    Process from bone stock
    1. Flash TWRP.tar in Odin
    2. Reboot directly into TWRP
    3. Format data, reboot recovery
    4. Flash custom kernel (Android 10, this is optional)
    5. Flash encryption disabler.
    6. Unmount system, Flash Magisk 20.4
    7. Reboot system

    Process from existing TWRP
    1. Flash TWRP.img to recovery
    2. Reboot recovery
    3. Flash Kernel zip
    4. Unmount system and Flash Magisk zip
    5. Reboot system

    --->
    8
    TWRP 3.3.1-10

    Updated kernel to SK1
    Fixed backup corruption
    WETA Kernel also updated and a fully permissive version added.

    Downloads

    --->
    6
    TWRP 3.3.1-9

    Changed the orientation to portrait
    Fixed brightness control

    * Please read the guide on post #2 for new install info. Things have changed, and are way easier with benefits.

    Downloads

    --->
    5
    TWRP installation changed

    Download folder

    It is now possible to reboot rooted and reboot recovery without the button combo. To achieve this we need to flash custom kernel to boot.img and flash magisk via TWRP. TWRP now, should not be patched with magisk either. In the downloads folder, is a kernel zip for your device. This needs to be flashed in TWRP followed by the flashing of Magisk zip (19.4 recommended.)

    After that, I would reflash an unpatched TWRP.img from within TWRP to recovery partition. This eliminates magisk from the recovery side of things, which isn't needed anymore.

    Process from stock (rooted)
    1. Flash TWRP.tar in Odin
    2. Reboot directly into TWRP
    3. Flash Kernel zip
    4. Flash Magisk zip
    5. Flash encryption disabler if desired.
    6. Reboot system (not recovery)

    Process from existing TWRP
    1. Flash unpatched TWRP.img to recovery
    2. Reboot recovery
    3. Flash Kernel zip
    4. Flash Magisk zip
    5. Reboot system (not recovery