I can confirm that all Google Cam Mods are crashing (i tried 3 or 4 mods) Stock camera is working, Video is functional with magisk 19.1& cam2api Modul, no crashes.Mi Mix 2 - updated from latest xioami.eo oreo to today 9.0 Pie. Google Camera mods don't work anymore (both 6.1.x for Oreo and lates one for Pie). All crash immediately after start. If Magisk cam api module is enabled stock camera crashes when trying to record a movie. No magisk module - stock camera works fine. Any solution for MiMix2 Pie and GCam?
Check if your rom is not encrypted, if yes, you must format data in wipe.I have Mix 2s, about two weeks ago I have done clean install of this ROM + Magisk 19.1, everything fine no issues, no special magis modules, just blobmoji, magisk manager for recovery and hide navbar.
Today I downloaded update through Updater, let it reboot and install by itself in TWRP 188.8.131.52, after finished updating TWRP rebooted itself and I end up by neverending booting. Since then I tried magisk uninstaller, install update again without magisk, install previous update, wipe System and install new update, but phone is not booting, even if I wait 10 minutes, it's still on Mix animation. Any other ideas besides wiping everything including Data and internal storage?
how to check it in TWRP/ADB? I haven't enabled it manually for sure (I have no passwords anywhere prior updating), does it mean I have to format data with each update?Check if your rom is not encrypted, if yes, you must format data in wipe.
From what I have understood with the new and latest TWRP release Rom gets encrypted by default.how to check it in TWRP/ADB? I haven't enabled it manually for sure, does it mean I have to format data with each update?
and what to do if it is not encrypted?
it's not asking me anything upon opening, it seem I can see everything in TWRP file manager (not sure what should I check exactly to be sure)From what I have understood with the new and latest TWRP release Rom gets encrypted by default.
Twrp should ask for deencryption when opening.
I don't know in your case. Check with TWRP file explorer, you may not be able to open/see your data.
Working fine here. Latest San1ty release.
May be cause you didn't set a pin PW?it's not asking me anything upon opening, it seem I can see everything in TWRP file manager (not sure what should I check exactly to be sure)
if it's encrypted by default and causing issues with each update, should I backup Data partition before each update and then just restore it always after formatting and updating? this sounds extremely annoying, I am suprirsed if this is the workflow, I was expecting hasslefree updates and not bootloops on rooted device with unlocked bootloader
edit: after wiping (not formatting!) data it boots without issues, will try to restore backuped data, so again bootloop after restoring, so only way to boot after update it is to wipe data