TWRP and Root for OnePlus 6 on Oxygen OS 10 Stable/Beta

This this method work for you?

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RASTAVIPER

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Bluspark TWRP 9.116 has been available for a while, I have had it installed on my OP6 phone for the last few OOS updates (10.3.11 included) while following Section B instructions, and nothing has gone wrong. Also, Magisk 23 is available and I have had it installed since it came out.

No idea whether things will work with the older versions you have, but you might want to try to update Magisk and Bluspark TWRP before you install 10.3.11.
It didn't work out as I have lost the root, while Magisk is still installed.
Now it asks me to patch the stock boot image.
Maybe can u upload this for me?
 

PRDR

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It didn't work out as I have lost the root, while Magisk is still installed.
Now it asks me to patch the stock boot image.
Maybe can u upload this for me?
You can find the stock and patched boot images here:

 
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RASTAVIPER

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You can find the stock and patched boot images here:

Thanks.
Finally I used the payload dumper and did the whole boot extraction by myself.
Then patched the boot and installed it through fastboot.

But still I can't figure out why the procedure didn't work out for me and it didn't keep my root.
 

kerngehirn

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Feb 24, 2013
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I know this thread is only for adnroid 10 and below. I'm using A11.

My problem is the following: All of my banking apps seem to recognoze root (or unlocked bootloader?), even though magisk hide is activated, magisk manager is repacked and a have installed the hide module. I use the canary channel and app.

Magisk Detector tells me "init.rc has been modified by Magisk" and "su file exists in PATH"
Rest seems to be fine.

Anybody able to help?


edit: even when i uninstall magisk, banking apps don't work. Magisk Detector still tells me init.rc has been modified.
 

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    Hey everyone, I made a custom magisk update channel that is set to say Magisk 19.4 is the latest version. Using it allows you to use "Install to Inactive Slot" and avoid accidentally updating to Magisk 20.0.

    To use it, go to Magisk Manager>Settings>Update Settings>Update Channel>Custom
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    Once the Magisk 20 incompatibility is fixed, you should switch back to the stable/beta repo.

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    I just installed the latest Canary Magisk V.20.xxxxx . It is working fine and I have no issues going into TWRP.. Seems like topjohnwu commited the fix to the canary branch for the TWRP issues... so no need to stay on 19.4 as far as I'm concerned.

    Release notes here:

    https://github.com/topjohnwu/magisk_files/blob/canary/notes.md

    If you want to install this make sure you download the Canary Magisk Manager and change the update channel to Canary ...

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