[HowTo] Magisk install without TWRP


Louisfan123

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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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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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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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xup61069

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I use XM12 13.0.30 to 13.0.32
After updating the system and re-modifying the boot.img and flash it, it entered the boot loop, but flash in the original boot.img before it could boot normally.
I tried to return the previous version I was using and repeat the same thing, but still the same boot loop, how do I fix it?

I apologize for my translator's English.
 

katerpanne

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I use XM12 13.0.30 to 13.0.32
After updating the system and re-modifying the boot.img and flash it, it entered the boot loop, but flash in the original boot.img before it could boot normally.
I tried to return the previous version I was using and repeat the same thing, but still the same boot loop, how do I fix it?

I apologize for my translator's English.
flash the original boot.img to get out of bootloop. did you disabled all magisk modules before and used the correct boot.img?
 

xup61069

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flash the original boot.img to get out of bootloop. did you disabled all magisk modules before and used the correct boot.img?
Yes, I don't have disabled magisk modules, maybe that's why, is there any way to force them to be disabled or removed?
Thanks!
 

Ricardo Silva

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Hi,

I've used the fastboot method to root my Poco F4 GT when I've installed xiaomi.eu 13.0.8.

Unfortunately after upgrading to 13.0.9 version I can't root my phone again, because after flashing the patched boot, the phone starts to be unstable with several app FCs.

Do I have any solution to solve this? Or my only alternative is to perform a clean flash?

I was thinking that maybe those issues were related to my magisk modules previously installed, but I don't know if it's due to that or not.

Sent from my 21121210G using Tapatalk
 

katerpanne

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Hi,

I've used the fastboot method to root my Poco F4 GT when I've installed xiaomi.eu 13.0.8.

Unfortunately after upgrading to 13.0.9 version I can't root my phone again, because after flashing the patched boot, the phone starts to be unstable with several app FCs.

Do I have any solution to solve this? Or my only alternative is to perform a clean flash?

I was thinking that maybe those issues were related to my magisk modules previously installed, but I don't know if it's due to that or not.

Sent from my 21121210G using Tapatalk
try to do this and delete the magisk app/module

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
 
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Droidking

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to install magisk for a12 without twrp follow this…

you have to patch boot.img and install it with fastboot

unhide magisk by itself and disable the modules before update and use canary or v24.x build of magisk

Good description:
https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads...cc9-with-magisk-no-ramdisk.64174/#post-639706

Some more descriptions:
https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/21-6-30.62035/page-2#post-617162

https://www.droidwin.com/root-android-devices-without-twrp-recovery/

use canary version magisk for a12 example links
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/topjohnwu/magisk-files/canary/app-debug.apk
https://www.xda-developers.com/magisk-canary-release-android-12-support/
Hai,

I am using mi 11 ultra with miui 13 stable eu latest. Can you help me to install magisk in my device.
There is no proper instructions in the internet for the andorid 12 miui 13 version of mi 11 ultra for installing magisk.
please help
 

MeiGuddet

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Hai,

I am using mi 11 ultra with miui 13 stable eu latest. Can you help me to install magisk in my device.
There is no proper instructions in the internet for the andorid 12 miui 13 version of mi 11 ultra for installing magisk.
please help
There is help in 1st post.
Please read and use it.
 

Hippa12345

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try to do this and delete the magisk app/module

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
I want to root my phone Mi 11 Pro without - TWRP.
But by doing this with Magisk 25.1 and patching the boot.img after installing a tweak Magisk Hide props config
The phone boots continuously to the MIUI Recovery 5.0, instead of starting the phone normally... After a couple reboots into to MIUI Recovery, the phone boots normally again.
So Im wondering what I am doing wrong? How to fix this? That the phone directs boots into to the phone instead of the recovery stock.

Even remove any module/tweak in Magisk, the phone boots automaticcly to the recovery MIUI Recovery 5.0.
 

katerpanne

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I want to root my phone Mi 11 Pro without - TWRP.
But by doing this with Magisk 25.1 and patching the boot.img after installing a tweak Magisk Hide props config
The phone boots continuously to the MIUI Recovery 5.0, instead of starting the phone normally... After a couple reboots into to MIUI Recovery, the phone boots normally again.
So Im wondering what I am doing wrong? How to fix this? That the phone directs boots into to the phone instead of the recovery stock.

Even remove any module/tweak in Magisk, the phone boots automaticcly to the recovery MIUI Recovery 5.0.
extract original boot.img and flash it
# fastboot flash boot boot.img

please no double posts
 
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Hippa12345

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Im going to flash the phone
extract original boot.img and flash it
# fastboot flash boot boot.img

please no double posts
I tried but still bootloops.
Yeah I created the other post in the wrong section.. Can't delete it unfor.

What im going to do is flash a new firmware EEA build. and start over.
Installing Magisk 25.2 and not to hide this app. Is there some settings I need to do? Or miss pre-steps?
The phone support "Ramdisk" So indeed I need to patch it with the boot.img of the current build.

Thanks for helping me out.
 

Hippa12345

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extract original boot.img and flash it
# fastboot flash boot boot.img

please no double posts
Fresh flashed with a stock EEA firmware.
Extract the boot.img and flash it with magisk. That gives a modified boot.img.
This one flashed in Fastboot.
" fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-25200_ECKSt.img "
If I now reboot the phone it DOESN'T automatically boots in to MIUI Recovery 5.0, it boots straight to the phone OS. And I have root now.
Enabled: Zygisk
Can I now install the module Magisk Hide props config module from github? Or are there some precauson?
 
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katerpanne

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Fresh flashed with a stock EEA firmware.
Extract the boot.img and flash it with magisk. That gives a modified boot.img.
This one flashed in Fastboot.
" fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-25200_ECKSt.img "
If I now reboot the phone it DOESN'T automatically boots in to MIUI Recovery 5.0, it boots straight to the phone OS. And I have root now.
Enabled: Zygisk
Can I now install the module Magisk Hide props config module from github? Or are there some precauson?
of course you can try to install the module... if you are back in bootloop / recovery than I think the module is not compatible any longer

I am excited :)
 
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Hippa12345

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of course you can try to install the module... if you are back in bootloop / recovery than I think the module is not compatible any longer

I am excited :)
Stock flashed.
Im rooted right now, but also in a bootloop/recovery.
This happend after installing a different kind of module, After a restart it keeps in the MIUI Recovery 5.0, after a serveral reboots it boots into the phone.
How can I fix this? Can I flash the normall boot.img? or the applied Magisk_boot.img?
 

katerpanne

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Stock flashed.
Im rooted right now, but also in a bootloop/recovery.
This happend after installing a different kind of module, After a restart it keeps in the MIUI Recovery 5.0, after a serveral reboots it boots into the phone.
How can I fix this? Can I flash the normall boot.img? or the applied Magisk_boot.img?
as I mentioned before if you flash original boot.img magisk will be history. I dont know about anything about your modules if they perhaps changed system config.

on the other side you can try safemode and deinstall the modules

 
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