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[Simple method] Root N10 5G using Magisk for factory stock

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hamooz92

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Jan 19, 2018
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First, as you might now, I am not liable if your phone would be bricked or damaged after this tutorial.

This method has worked perfectly for on my phone, which: OnePlus Nord N10 5G from Metro by T-Mobile. Build Number: 11.0.1.BE88CF. And it should work any rom stock

This tutorial is inspired by andreas__ from this topic. I recommend to take a quick glance before processing here.

General Info:
  • You need adb and fastboot installed and should know how to use it
  • You must do this process only once, afterwards you can follow the OTA survival steps
  • You need to factory hard reset the phone (very important)

Unlock the bootloader
If you are using locked metro by T-Mobile phone, make sure to request the "unlock token" in order to unlock the bootloader.
Google "How to Unlock Bootloader on OnePlus Phones | Unlocked and T-Mobile Variants" for the instructions
  • After you have unlocked the bootloader using this command:
    • Code:
      fastboot oem unlock
  • The data will be wiped and it will do the factory reset

Create the boot image:

You need to pull out a clean boot image from your phone. I have used TWRP to do that
  • flash the latest twrp for this phone:
  • Use this command to flash it:
    • Code:
      fastboot flash recovery Twrp_3.5.2-10_EduardoA3677-billie_OxygenOs11_Android11.img
  • boot the phone to twrp recovery, then head to:
    • Backup > select "Boot (96MB)" > Swipe to Backup
  • The boot image will be generated in the internal storage under the name "boot.emmc.win"
root and patch the image:

Restart the phone to the system, then download the latest magisk app
  • Make sure to allow "USB debugging" from the developer Options
  • Install and open the magisk app then tap on "install" (very top)
  • tap on "select and patch a file"
  • select "boot.emmc.win" which is the image that was generated by twrp
  • Magisk will patch it and place it in the download folder under the name "magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img"
  • Copy the patched image into ADB folder in your PC
flash the patched image:

  • Reboot the phone into bootloader mode
  • Then flash the patched image:
    • Code:
      fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img
  • Reboot the phone into the system
Hurray! your phone now is officially rooted. You're welcome

I hope you find my instructions useful.
 
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First, as you might now, I am not liable if your phone would be bricked or damaged after this tutorial.

This method has worked perfectly for on my phone, which: OnePlus Nord N10 5G from Metro by T-Mobile. Build Number: 11.0.1.BE88CF. And it should work any rom stock

This tutorial is inspired by andreas__ from this topic. I recommend to take a quick glance before processing here.

General Info:
  • You need adb and fastboot installed and should know how to use it
  • You must do this process only once, afterwards you can follow the OTA survival steps
  • You need to factory hard reset the phone (very important)

Unlock the bootloader
If you are using locked metro by T-Mobile phone, make sure to request the "unlock token" in order to unlock the bootloader.
Google "How to Unlock Bootloader on OnePlus Phones | Unlocked and T-Mobile Variants" for the instructions
  • After you have unlocked the bootloader using this command:
    • Code:
      fastboot oem unlock
  • The data will be wiped and it will do the factory reset

Create the boot image:

You need to pull out a clean boot image from your phone. I have used TWRP to do that
  • flash the latest twrp for this phone:
  • Use this command to flash it:
    • Code:
      fastboot flash recovery Twrp_3.5.2-10_EduardoA3677-billie_OxygenOs11_Android11.img
  • boot the phone to twrp recovery, then head to:
    • Backup > select "Boot (96MB)" > Swipe to Backup
  • The boot image will be generated in the internal storage under the name "boot.emmc.win"
root and patch the image:

Restart the phone to the system, then download the latest magisk app
  • Make sure to allow "USB debugging" from the developer Options
  • Install and open the magisk app then tap on "install" (very top)
  • tap on "select and patch a file"
  • select "boot.emmc.win" which is the image that was generated by twrp
  • Magisk will patch it and place it in the download folder under the name "magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img"
  • Copy the patched image into ADB folder in your PC
flash the patched image:

  • Reboot the phone into bootloader mode
  • Then flash the patched image:
    • Code:
      fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img
  • Reboot the phone into the system
Hurray! your phone now is officially rooted. You're welcome

I hope you find my instructions useful.
Hate to tell you this but if using twrp just rename magisk apk to magisk zip and install zip it auto patches to the right slot for you and you just confirm the install via magisk in android
 

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    First, as you might now, I am not liable if your phone would be bricked or damaged after this tutorial.

    This method has worked perfectly for on my phone, which: OnePlus Nord N10 5G from Metro by T-Mobile. Build Number: 11.0.1.BE88CF. And it should work any rom stock

    This tutorial is inspired by andreas__ from this topic. I recommend to take a quick glance before processing here.

    General Info:
    • You need adb and fastboot installed and should know how to use it
    • You must do this process only once, afterwards you can follow the OTA survival steps
    • You need to factory hard reset the phone (very important)

    Unlock the bootloader
    If you are using locked metro by T-Mobile phone, make sure to request the "unlock token" in order to unlock the bootloader.
    Google "How to Unlock Bootloader on OnePlus Phones | Unlocked and T-Mobile Variants" for the instructions
    • After you have unlocked the bootloader using this command:
      • Code:
        fastboot oem unlock
    • The data will be wiped and it will do the factory reset

    Create the boot image:

    You need to pull out a clean boot image from your phone. I have used TWRP to do that
    • flash the latest twrp for this phone:
    • Use this command to flash it:
      • Code:
        fastboot flash recovery Twrp_3.5.2-10_EduardoA3677-billie_OxygenOs11_Android11.img
    • boot the phone to twrp recovery, then head to:
      • Backup > select "Boot (96MB)" > Swipe to Backup
    • The boot image will be generated in the internal storage under the name "boot.emmc.win"
    root and patch the image:

    Restart the phone to the system, then download the latest magisk app
    • Make sure to allow "USB debugging" from the developer Options
    • Install and open the magisk app then tap on "install" (very top)
    • tap on "select and patch a file"
    • select "boot.emmc.win" which is the image that was generated by twrp
    • Magisk will patch it and place it in the download folder under the name "magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img"
    • Copy the patched image into ADB folder in your PC
    flash the patched image:

    • Reboot the phone into bootloader mode
    • Then flash the patched image:
      • Code:
        fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img
    • Reboot the phone into the system
    Hurray! your phone now is officially rooted. You're welcome

    I hope you find my instructions useful.
    Hate to tell you this but if using twrp just rename magisk apk to magisk zip and install zip it auto patches to the right slot for you and you just confirm the install via magisk in android
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    First, as you might now, I am not liable if your phone would be bricked or damaged after this tutorial.

    This method has worked perfectly for on my phone, which: OnePlus Nord N10 5G from Metro by T-Mobile. Build Number: 11.0.1.BE88CF. And it should work any rom stock

    This tutorial is inspired by andreas__ from this topic. I recommend to take a quick glance before processing here.

    General Info:
    • You need adb and fastboot installed and should know how to use it
    • You must do this process only once, afterwards you can follow the OTA survival steps
    • You need to factory hard reset the phone (very important)

    Unlock the bootloader
    If you are using locked metro by T-Mobile phone, make sure to request the "unlock token" in order to unlock the bootloader.
    Google "How to Unlock Bootloader on OnePlus Phones | Unlocked and T-Mobile Variants" for the instructions
    • After you have unlocked the bootloader using this command:
      • Code:
        fastboot oem unlock
    • The data will be wiped and it will do the factory reset

    Create the boot image:

    You need to pull out a clean boot image from your phone. I have used TWRP to do that
    • flash the latest twrp for this phone:
    • Use this command to flash it:
      • Code:
        fastboot flash recovery Twrp_3.5.2-10_EduardoA3677-billie_OxygenOs11_Android11.img
    • boot the phone to twrp recovery, then head to:
      • Backup > select "Boot (96MB)" > Swipe to Backup
    • The boot image will be generated in the internal storage under the name "boot.emmc.win"
    root and patch the image:

    Restart the phone to the system, then download the latest magisk app
    • Make sure to allow "USB debugging" from the developer Options
    • Install and open the magisk app then tap on "install" (very top)
    • tap on "select and patch a file"
    • select "boot.emmc.win" which is the image that was generated by twrp
    • Magisk will patch it and place it in the download folder under the name "magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img"
    • Copy the patched image into ADB folder in your PC
    flash the patched image:

    • Reboot the phone into bootloader mode
    • Then flash the patched image:
      • Code:
        fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-23000_Obpf5.img
    • Reboot the phone into the system
    Hurray! your phone now is officially rooted. You're welcome

    I hope you find my instructions useful.