[HowTo] Magisk install without TWRP


Louisfan123

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Feb 14, 2022
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Since I have erased all data and setup anything new some older apps warn that they were designed for an older version of Android. How can I stop this very annoying message? On previous Android versions these message only appeared one time but now it appers evry time I open the old apps.
 
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zgfg12

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There Is not a proper single simple guide guys to install magisk, so many threads listed males risky
Why nobody reads the official guide on Magisk Github how to patch and flash the patched boot img

It's available by few clicks, starting from Magisk app (Magisk app can be installed to the not-rooted phone, it's just the app)
 

Jordirs2004

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Jan 27, 2018
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Hello,

I rooted my Poco F2 Pro with success. But I have one question.

Do I have to patch boot.img and flash it each time that I want to install the last release of the xiaomi.eu rom?
Will I lose my deny list?

Thx
 

emap85

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In my Poco F2Pro i have installed the 22.3.16, magisk 24.3 with modules for safetynetfix and configured the denylist. Everything works perfectly, but what if you want to upgrade to the latest weekly beta? Can I directly flash rom fastboot and patch boot.img for magisk, or do I have to remove magisk? to disable modules? Do I lose my magisk configuration?
Thank you
 

Jordirs2004

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In my Poco F2Pro i have installed the 22.3.16, magisk 24.3 with modules for safetynetfix and configured the denylist. Everything works perfectly, but what if you want to upgrade to the latest weekly beta? Can I directly flash rom fastboot and patch boot.img for magisk, or do I have to remove magisk? to disable modules? Do I lose my magisk configuration?
Thank you
hello
just flash rom and patch boot, deny list doesn't change
 
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david3

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One thing to note, that wasn't immediately obvious to me. When you copy the original boot.img to the phone/sd card, and patch it, that original file isn't changed. A new patched version is written elsewhere, on the internal storage. That's the new version you need to use.
 
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