[TOOL][OP8P] TOOL ALL IN ONE (Drivers|Unlock|TWRP|Factory Image|Stock Recovery)

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firedown_3

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May 15, 2012
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Hi
I just bought oneplus 8 pro and running Android version 11 IN2023_15_201003
Can I use this tool to unlock the bootloader for my phone?
Thanks
 

ferrels

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Nov 27, 2010
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You can unlock the boot loader using the phone's DEV settings but this tool, according to the developer can't root a Oneplus 8 Pro running Android 11, only Android 10.
 

angelosabatini

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Oct 3, 2009
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I have Oneplus 8 Pro running android 10 and this tool has unlocked the boot loader for me. I made a mistake on the first attempts and then I fixed it.
 
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ferrels

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I have Oneplus 8 Pro running android 10 and this tool is not unlocking the boot loader for me.

This tool doesn't unlock the boot loader, nor was it designed to. You have unlock the bootloader yourself under the developer settings on the phone. Do a Google search on how to enable the developer settings on your phone.
 

angelosabatini

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This tool doesn't unlock the boot loader, nor was it designed to. You have unlock the bootloader yourself under the developer settings on the phone. Do a Google search on how to enable the developer settings on your phone.

It was my mistake initially. I was able to unlock, flash TWRP and Magisk with this tool on my Oneplus 8 Pro android 10.
 

davisdlrch

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I just purchased the 8 pro and need some clarification: so does this tool permanently flash TWRP or is it some temporary setup? I read something about TWRP only lasting until reboot.
 

ferrels

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I just purchased the 8 pro and need some clarification: so does this tool permanently flash TWRP or is it some temporary setup? I read something about TWRP only lasting until reboot.

The version of TWRP included with this tool is experimental and the author warns against flashing it to the phone because you risk bricking the phone. You can flash TWRP to the phone instead of just running it from the tool set, but the author said he assumes no responsibility if you do that and brick your phone.
 

knelse

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Hello,
Any ideas if root would work in Oxygen OS 11 (just got OTA upgrade, haven't installed yet) or if there's any other working way to root v11?
Thanks!
 

hllywd

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Jan 29, 2011
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Hello,
Any ideas if root would work in Oxygen OS 11 (just got OTA upgrade, haven't installed yet) or if there's any other working way to root v11?
Thanks!

I came from rooted A10 to A11 and all I did was install A11 through local upgrade in settings, don't reboot, install magisk directly(recommended), don't reboot, install magisk (Ota) then reboot. Mine was rooted and working fine. Just don't install twrp, it's not A11 ready yet.

EDIT: I did uninstall all majisk modules prior.
 
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I came from rooted A10 to A11 and all I did was install A11 through local upgrade in settings, don't reboot, install magisk directly(recommended), don't reboot, install magisk (Ota) then reboot. Mine was rooted and working fine. Just don't install twrp, it's not A11 ready yet.

EDIT: I did uninstall all majisk modules prior.

That's right. But you didn't need to install magisk directly, because ota will be installed to the other slot only and won't touch your current one.
 

mattgyver

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I keep getting crashdump mode when I try running the recovery/root option. I'm assuming (and in my current half asleep at work state) i'm thinking it's because I'm on 11 Open Beta 2, and it's not working with open beta 2 to twrp and root? I have searched, I just haven't had luck with results because I'm doing 10 other things at work at the moment..
 

NYCgirl

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Can this tool be used to clone a device?

I've used TWRP many times to backup, restore, and clone devices. But I never did it on OnePlus. Can I use this tool to backup unlocked OnePlus 8 Pro (IN2025; US edition; Android 10) and restore it to an identical device? If so, how? :confused:

Thanks @mauronofrio
 

JustinChase

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I just got my 8 Pro yesterday, and am researching so I can root and install Ad Aware. I've seen a few warnings about the fingerprint sensor

Restore your persist img ..
If you have a backup...

and another about using Magisk Canary causing issues, but others recommend it as a solution to the above.

I also saw that TWRP isn't supported on Android 11 (or maybe just this device), so that's a concern also.

I'd rather not have to 'fix' anything after a botched attempt to root, so I figured I'd ask FIRST before begging for emergency help.

Is there a current recommendation on how to proceed with a fresh phone?

Should I backup the persist.img file before beginning? Anything else I should do before starting?

Thanks in advance for some extra clarity
 

fire_fist_ace

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Feb 3, 2012
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I just got my 8 Pro yesterday, and am researching so I can root and install Ad Aware. I've seen a few warnings about the fingerprint sensor



and another about using Magisk Canary causing issues, but others recommend it as a solution to the above.

I also saw that TWRP isn't supported on Android 11 (or maybe just this device), so that's a concern also.

I'd rather not have to 'fix' anything after a botched attempt to root, so I figured I'd ask FIRST before begging for emergency help.

Is there a current recommendation on how to proceed with a fresh phone?

Should I backup the persist.img file before beginning? Anything else I should do before starting?

Thanks in advance for some extra clarity
My model is the IN2020, which came preloaded with the Global ROM (Bought it from Catch, who used Bexetech as a supplier). it came with Android 10 (Oxygen OS 10.5.11.IN11AA). After reading around about people having issues flashing patched images on Android 11, I decided the easiest/safest way for me would be to root while still on A10, then upgrade to A11, while retaining root, so this is what I did.

1. Follow the steps in this post to use this tool to boot TWRP, install Magisk, root phone, and backup persist. Backup whatever you need to prior to this, my phone was straight from the box so I had no personal data to backup.

Note: I had some issues getting the fastboot drivers to show up, some have had issues with the adb drivers. If the phone still doesnt show up on the tool, follow the steps in this post. Make sure you use the correct one (ABD interface for the adb driver, Bootloader interface for fastboot, etc).

2. Then follow the steps in this post to update the OS and Magisk while retaining root. Assuming this is a clean device like I had, you can simplify the steps as shown below (Paraphrasing the relevant steps from that post)

- Go to settings / system / system updates and mine showed the update for OS 11.0.2.2.IN11AA was ready to Download & Install. You can click this to
download & install the update, but DO NOT REBOOT. If you reboot before the next few steps it will be too late.

- Open Magisk Manager and you should see 2 options to update. The first one will be Magisk, the 2nd option will be Magisk Manager. This tool installs Magisk Manager 20.4 at the time of writing this, and there is 21.4 available, so pick the 2nd option to update the Manager itself first.

- Follow the prompts to install it, it may ask you to allow installation of unknown sources, accept it.

- Once it's updated the app, open it back up, and now it should only give you the first option that needs updating. Click "Update".

- On the next page, select "Install to Inactive slot (After OTA)". It will ask for confirmation, accept, and click next.

- Once complete, click reboot.

As this is a new base the first boot may take a little longer.

Your phone will now boot with Android 11 and will have retained root, all your apps will remain as you left them. I've tried my Fingeprint scanner, camera, etc and everything works fine, at least as far as I can tell I've had no issues with it.

From here your OP8PRO is your oyster, do with it what you wish! I am hoping future updates will be this straightforward to keep root, but I'll be checking just to be sure.
 
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    This is the OnePlus 8 Pro's TOOL ALL IN ONE Discussion Thread more info and download go to the Original Thread

    TOOL ALL IN ONE

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    ADVANCED OPTIONS

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    FUNCTIONS

    Install Drivers
    Install Drivers
    Unlock Bootloader
    Lock Bootloader (use carefully)
    Flash TWRP Recovery
    Flash Stock Recovery
    Flash Stock Factory Image
    Automatic ROOT
    Install APKs
    Uninstall APKs
    Take a Screenshot
    Take a Screen Reocrd
    Flash Partitions
    Erase All Data (This function can decrypt the phone)
    Reboot Phone
    Update the Tool to latest version
    Update Adb and Fastboot to latest version
    Set Adb and Fastboot priviliges in system wide
    Install Zip directly from PC (Required TWRP on phone)(These functions work perfectly on my pc but i have perfect adb drivers on my pc and perfect TWRP on my phone)
    Flash Fastboot ROM
    Delete downloaded files
    ADB File Manager


    DEVICE LIST
    If you want you can send a request to add a new device here:
    New Device Request Form
    Device List

    DOWNLOAD

    Original Thread


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    Guys with this tool you can finally root your device without have to flash the specified patched boot.img. I hope it will help you and i hope you will not break anymore the fingerprint sensor. Enjoy it.
    8
    Has anyone used this tool yet to unlock the bootloader and root their 8 pro?
    I just can't be the first one. Lmao!!!!

    I completed the process start to finish using this tool. On the phone enable developer options, then enabled usb debugging and oem unlocking, then used the tool to unlock the bootloader, which wiped my phone. Once booted again, I enabled developer tools and usb debugging again. Then used the tool to boot TWRP and Root. Once booted again, I installed the latest Magisk Manager apk from their github repo and commenced setting up the phone. All is well, fingerprint works, bank apps work after setting up Magisk Hide.
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    Would you be so kind to elaborate on that? I broke my fingerprint sensor by using a already patched img.. Kind of lazy mistake. But had the phone for just a day so I send it back and I'll be getting a new one tomorrow.

    I would love to root it and retain my FP.

    I would also like to know the steps. I'm looking at the tool and when selecting "Only Root" I can choose Magisk 20.4 from the list. The note in the tool says "or you can use 'Only Root' to root your phone you are already in TWRP mode." But as far as I understand there is no legitimate TWRP for our device yet.

    So you should go in "recovery flasher and rooter" option, there you have to select the only TWRP available, check if "only boot" is checked, check "root after boot", select magisk 20.4 and click on the button at the bottom of the page. The TWRP will be booted and magisk flashed, and then from TWRP you can manually reboot to system and your device will be correctly rooted.
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    Ok I used the all in one tool to flash the latest 3.3.1 test 2 and it works.

    The fact that the TWRP do not persist and at each reboot it get overwritten by the stock recovery is normal, correct?

    It's normal, i forced the tool to only boot the twrp for now, it's still a test