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What's the best android 11 version?

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null0seven

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Steps to upgrade and keep root:
1- Uninstall ALL Magisk modules (if you have any). Reboot to System.
2- install Oos.zip with Settings > Local upgrade . Do NOT reboot!!!
3- Open Magisk > Install. Choose (Install to inactive slot after' OTA).
5- Reboot to system.

Re-install modules one by one so you know if one of them cause issue.
 

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Beta is awesome! And always with new options/features, wich will be on stable later, Much later.
I use open beta since OnePlus 3. Still use it. Too bad that is show up after Months.
 

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    Steps to upgrade and keep root:
    1- Uninstall ALL Magisk modules (if you have any). Reboot to System.
    2- install Oos.zip with Settings > Local upgrade . Do NOT reboot!!!
    3- Open Magisk > Install. Choose (Install to inactive slot after' OTA).
    5- Reboot to system.

    Re-install modules one by one so you know if one of them cause issue.
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    Check if the newer version is rootable then upgrade.
    Or look if supersu has update support in which it won't compromise the root access
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    And if you want to update, update if not then don't.
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    They're all rootable, they're all the same pretty much, so the latest would be the best
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    Yep, very small changes unless you alter the base (10-11) but even then it's minor cosmetic changes.

    Couldn't speak for the beta but the stock is as I've said, I wouldn't imagine the beta to be too dissimilar