Can't root Mi 11T Pro after latest update (14.0.4.0)


kejvin

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I recently updated from .3 to .4 and after the update magisk was not working. Tried a bunch of methods like: installing magisk.zip from TWRP/fastboot, patching the boot.img from the ROM with Magisk app and installing using both TWRP/Fastboot and installing it directly from TWRP.
All methods had the same problem where the phone boots up normally except then you swipe to unlock the phone, it freezes on the enter pin screen and the phone reboots completely.
Has anyone had the same problem?
 
I recently updated from .3 to .4 and after the update magisk was not working. Tried a bunch of methods like: installing magisk.zip from TWRP/fastboot, patching the boot.img from the ROM with Magisk app and installing using both TWRP/Fastboot and installing it directly from TWRP.
All methods had the same problem where the phone boots up normally except then you swipe to unlock the phone, it freezes on the enter pin screen and the phone reboots completely.
Has anyone had the same problem?
do you have installed modules? disable them before updating / root
 
do you have installed modules? disable them before updating / root
I can't even access the modules menu in the app, is there another way to uninstall them?
 

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I can't even access the modules menu in the app, is there another way to uninstall them?
First possibility:

use this tool you can install it with "twrp":
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Second possibility:
  • Go to the ‘Advanced’ menu in TWRP
  • Select ‘File Manager’ to launch the in-built file manager
  • Navigate to ‘/data/adb/modules’ directory where the installed modules are present.
  • You shall see folders by names of the modules installed on your phone
  • Open the folder of the Magisk Module that you want to delete and tap on the button at the bottom-right of the screen.
  • Select ‘Delete’ from the list of available actions
  • Finally, swipe the button on the screen to confirm the action and delete the Magisk Module from your phone
 
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you can try this as well

Safe Mode (This is not the "Recovery mode" or the "Fastboot mode" )
In case your phone shows a lot of errors and you cant handle them because there are a lot of pop up windows or you want to deinstall something from magisk as example ... try the "safe mode" only some important standard apps will be loaded:
  1. Power off your Android device and then power it on. You can also use the Reboot or Restart option.
  2. You will see the Powered by Android logo and MI logo on the boot screen, If they disappear and the Screen ist black, press and hold the Volume Down key down so long till system ist loaded
  3. The System will load and you will see a watermark... Safe mode
  4. Deinstall the app with the error / analyze the root cause of the issue and so on ...
  5. Reboot the phone to get off the "safe mode"
  6. Perhaps after loading you have to disable AirPlane Mode
 
First possibility:

use this tool you can install it with "twrp":
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
Second possibility:
  • Go to the ‘Advanced’ menu in TWRP
  • Select ‘File Manager’ to launch the in-built file manager
  • Navigate to ‘/data/adb/modules’ directory where the installed modules are present.
  • You shall see folders by names of the modules installed on your phone
  • Open the folder of the Magisk Module that you want to delete and tap on the button at the bottom-right of the screen.
  • Select ‘Delete’ from the list of available actions
  • Finally, swipe the button on the screen to confirm the action and delete the Magisk Module from your phone
Tried the second method first and it worked flawlessly! Thank you so much man! <3
 
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