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[TUTORIAL_5/11/2019] Switch from TWRP_rooted OOS 9.0.9 to TWRP_rooted OOS 10 stable

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freeshared

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Nov 22, 2016
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Requirements:
1)Make sure you have working TWRP in your OOS pie 9.0.9
2)Download latest bluespark TWRP from the link https://github.com/engstk/android_device_oneplus_enchilada/releases
3)Download Magisk 20.1 from the link https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases/download/v20.1/Magisk-v20.1.zip
4)Download android 10 stable rom

Procedure:
1)Boot in to TWRP recovery from your OOS 9.0.9
2)Flash latest bluespark TWRP_twrp-3.3.1-x_blu_spark_v9.107_op6.zip(downloaded from above link)
3)Reboot recovery
4)Flash OOS 10 stable rom
5)Flash latest bluespark TWRP(again)
6)Reboot recovery
7)Flash magisk 20.1
8)Reboot recovery
9)Reboot system
 
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mcdachpappe

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Procedure:
1)Boot in to TWRP recovery from your OOS 9.0.9
2)Flash latest bluespark TWRP (downloaded from above link)
3)Reboot recovery
4)Flash OOS 10 stable rom
5) Reboot recovery
6)Flash magisk 20.1
7)Reboot recovery
8)Reboot system

you should flash twrp again after step 4, otherwise you will face yourself in stock recovery and you won't be able to flash magisk afterwards.
 

GamingDevilsCC

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May 9, 2015
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Code:
Error applying update: 7 (ErrorCode::kInstallDeviceOpenError)
Updater process ended with ERROR: 1
This is when flashing OOS stable 10 zip. What is wrong?

Had the same issue. You have to be on a TWRP meant for android Q.

https://forum.xda-developers.com/oneplus-6/how-to/how-to-flash-twrp-magisk-android-10-t3988213
Follow this guide for TWRP, if it doesn't boot after using the slightly different ADB command they have, flash 9.0.9, do a local upgrade to A10 through OOS updater, then boot into the TWRP I linked, and then optionally (not neccessary, but going to 10 from 9 without a clean install felt wrong for me), do a clean install of A10 by doing wipe cache, data, and system, and then installing/flashing the A10 zip.

Once installed, don't reboot to system yet, instead see what A/B slot you're in, switch to the other slot that you're not in currently (maybe you have to boot to system first, and then reboot into android 10 twrp through ADB if that doesn't work), and flash magisk and reboot to system. I'm not sure if step #8 is neccesary, but if it is and your device isn't booting, boot into TWRP through ADB and switch into the other A/B slot.
 

ferr4ri

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Sep 25, 2011
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Requirements:
1)Make sure you have working TWRP in your OOS pie 9.0.9
2)Download latest bluespark TWRP from the link https://github.com/engstk/android_device_oneplus_enchilada/releases
3)Download Magisk 20.1 from the link https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases/download/v20.1/Magisk-v20.1.zip
4)Download android 10 stable rom

Procedure:
1)Boot in to TWRP recovery from your OOS 9.0.9
2)Flash latest bluespark TWRP (downloaded from above link)
3)Reboot recovery
4)Flash OOS 10 stable rom
5)Flash latest bluespark TWRP(again)
6)Reboot recovery
7)Flash magisk 20.1
8)Reboot recovery
9)Reboot system



if i am using blu_spark extras v9.107 (A10 support) i will not run into any problems i hope.
when updating in Pie, i usualy will disable all magisk modules before updating, did you do that for updating to 10?
 

djkidd

Senior Member
Feb 14, 2009
155
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Los Angeles
Requirements:
1)Make sure you have working TWRP in your OOS pie 9.0.9
2)Download latest bluespark TWRP from the link https://github.com/engstk/android_device_oneplus_enchilada/releases
3)Download Magisk 20.1 from the link https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases/download/v20.1/Magisk-v20.1.zip
4)Download android 10 stable rom

Procedure:
1)Boot in to TWRP recovery from your OOS 9.0.9
2)Flash latest bluespark TWRP (downloaded from above link)
3)Reboot recovery
4)Flash OOS 10 stable rom
5)Flash latest bluespark TWRP(again)
6)Reboot recovery
7)Flash magisk 20.1
8)Reboot recovery
9)Reboot system

Just to be clear, you used TWRP 3.3.1-x blu_spark v9.107 from the Github link? I ask only because I currently have TWRP 3.2.3-x blue_spark and I want to make sure that the 3.3.1-x is for Android 10.
 

freeshared

Senior Member
Nov 22, 2016
52
77
if i am using blu_spark extras v9.107 (A10 support) i will not run into any problems i hope.
when updating in Pie, i usualy will disable all magisk modules before updating, did you do that for updating to 10?

I only use busybox module and never disabled it while updating,but i suppose it will be safe to disable the magisk modules to be safe
 

Totone56

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Mar 26, 2013
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To be honest, we now got to the point where it's as simple as "Just use the latest Blu.Spark TWRP and do as usual" haha, everything works as it should now ! :p
 

ryanallaire

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Dec 18, 2012
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So i tried to follow the guide, but after i installed the full OOS rom, then install TWRP again, it said unsupported android version, and it went downhill from there... I ended using msmtool to recover, maybe it's cuz i used a 10.0.1 rom?
 

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