- Mar 5, 2021
Have you tried to first write the "adb devices" command and check if there's a connection with your phone?
If yes, then you probably need root (it may or may not be that simple, but how about temporarily rooting your phone, run the command and then ask magisk to delete itself and restore your phone back to its previous state? Btw it may change back to the problematic notification after a reboot, havent checked it. And it may be better to take a nndroid backuo beforehand.)
Oh yes I already did adb devices command.. as for the root part.. I just like my phone being unrooted because for some reasons.. I thought that adb command would work for unrooted users like me and the one commented about it first.. Anyway thanks for the assistance.. I'll just wait for the fix for this bug, hopefully in the upcoming updates..