i have well rooted it
right now, i can't install the miui OTA update
how to do it ? or to disable the notification ?
What are you trying to achieve? To root the phone? Or to update a rooted phone?I flashed the patched boot.img without success.
"fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img"
I tried it with flash boot_ a and boot_b.
Unoffical orange fox and twrp are not working.
Its the first device ever I could not root.
Glad you've got it working. You certainly don't need a Root Checker app as Magisk does that for you.Finally it worked. I restarted/reinstalled the Magisk and Root Checker app serveral times after flashing the patched boot.img. Suddenly Root Checker showed green. No Idea what was the reaseon. Maybee it was a Root Checker problem.
Glad you've got it working. You certainly don't need a Root Checker app as Magisk does that for you.
EEUI have unlocked the phone (Note 11s fleur - V188.8.131.52.RKEEUXM), but which fastboot firmware do i need for extracting boot.img and vbmeta.img, EEU or Global ?
If you read through the guide you'll find the stock recovery is used throughout, no TWRP. So I can't help you with that.Good, thought EEU would be right, but wanted to know for sure.
Which TWRP is better for my phone, OrangeFox-R11.1_0-Unofficial-fleur.zip or twrp_18122022_A11.img ?
And how do i install it, when boot.img is already magisk patched ? Just overwriting the boot partition or have i to install TWRP and then magisk via TWRP ?
Just found out that there are 2 boot slots. Let me guess: TWRP goes to boot 1, then install magisk module via TWRP.
Can't i get debloat list of that apps?
python mtk e metadata,userdata,md_udc
python mtk da seccfg unlock
python mtk reset
imagesdirectory and find the
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot flash boot magisk_patched_*.img
fastboot flash vbmeta --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta.img
2. Find ROM on this link: https://mirom.ezbox.idv.tw/en/phone/fleur/roms-global-stable/Well done, glad you've got it sorted!
To clarify, this essentially follows the same 4 steps outlined in my post but using different tools that don't require python:
I think there's also a custom recovery install too (OrangeFox). I tend not to bother, but it can be convenient.
- Unlock Bootloader
- Used MediatekBootloaderUnlock rather than mtkclient
- Source boot.img
- Managed to find the images online without having to extract them from a ROM. @Lark5, where?
- Patch boot.img (using Magisk)
- Flash patched boot.img (using adb)