HelloWhen I created the magisk-patched boot.img in post#21, it was with a Canary build (before v25.2 was released). I think the Canary build may not have had signing enabled, which could be causing an issue with the official release.
I've created a new magisk-patched-boot.img from Magisk v25.2, for pre PS7242/2906 firmware. Download and unzip this into the 'images' directory of raven_boot. Then boot into FireOS and try installing Magisk Manager v25.2.
If that doesn't work, I can give you the steps for patching your own boot.img. It's easy, but requires a keyboard to navigate Magisk Manager on FireOS7, so I just post the patched images here to say people the hassle.
@hasobist Are you using the magisk image from post#21? I'm not sure if I need to create a second image for +PS7242/2906? The modules+Zygisk are broken in the image from the OP.
@JJ2017 which DFU entry device are you using? Arduino/ATmega/HDMI dongle? Just curious since this is the biggest barrier running this exploit.
Yes used the magisk_image from your post#21
Followed the instructions then bash menu used option 2 but then as JJ2017 mentioned would never download all the features of Magisk manager and is stuck at downloading and freeze so tried first installing Magisk manager as normal apk then your magisk_image version 7242/2906 and works great and when pop up asking to update Magisk manager just cancelled.
At present on OS version 7242/3315
If can have a magisk_image for the said version will give it a try or will try patching the image using Magisk manager.
As said a permanent root is always good as me never leave the cube on standby.