Thank You for testing aprojanos, if you are able to find the 126.96.36.199 version kawnoz has a working A11 install https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-11-oos-stable-11-0-0-2.4253743/post-84742427 . Perhaps something has changes in the .0.2 upgrade.My GM1903 had factory GM57AA software.
I downgrade to OnePlus7Oxygen_13.W.45_OTA_045_all_2010191035_downgrade. Then I installed OnePlus7Oxygen_14.E.36_OTA (GM57BA) on it.
Then I tried both (GM57BA and GM57AA) patched boot.img, but phone.apk is permanently force close. Then I flashed the stock_boot.img (GM57BA) version.
Then I tried to flash stock_boot.img with magisk, but even then phone.apk is permanently force close.
So Oneplus7 (GM57BA Andorid 11) could not be rooted at this time. :-(
With my GM1900 on 188.8.131.52, I used stock GM57BA and patched it with latest stable magisk manager and it works like a charm, thank you
Try clearing Dalvik with the patched boot image flashed..Then reboot. Cleans up a bunch of issues.. Also try clearing storage for com.android.phone may help
Download Stock Boot GM57AA
Download Stock Boot GM57BA
The boot image I provided is for the firmware version GM57AA, the EU version GM10903 uses version GM57BA so I think that may be the issue you had with it. Thank you for sharing the EU version as well.Thanks for the guide, i had a problem with your patched boot (wifi not working and slow boot, also could not call anyone) so i made my own and it worked well (EU version , also uploaded stock boot.img for EU)
Dehenjo,Thanks for your reply, WareDat. I had tried those in Windows but fastboot wouldn't work, but ADB did. I have a dual-boot with Linux Mint so just tried it there and it worked perfectly, just had to install ADB & Fastboot and make sure the boot file was in the root of my Home directory. OP7 is now rooted and thanks again for providing us with this file!