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at github to unlock the bootloader device.
Same problem here.Any of you people having problem with magisk after android 11 update?
I updated to android 11 from android 10 22.214.171.124 and everything works good until the point where i patch the boot image.
I mean if i don't patch the boot everything works, but if i patch it i get a restart loop.
After patching boot with magisk and restarting it keeps rebooting to recovery after 5 minutes of waiting on MIUI logo.
Then an error shows up on TWRP "rescue party trigger android"
Anyone knows why is that happening?
@RootFreak & @sir_bazz Hello,
Since TWRP is available for your device, it's recommended to install Magisk via TWRP method.
Please read my "Magisk" guide, it will certainly help you => https://xiaomi.eu/community/threads...nstalling-android-11-update.60181/post-594671
Try another custom Recovery => https://androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=318234&sort_by=date&sort_dir=DESCHello, TWRP 3.5.2_10-0 (the latest update at 06/12/2021) doesn't work with the latest Xiaomi/Redmi update V126.96.36.199.RJZMIXM (under android 11, i have a Redmi Note 9 Pro Global), indeed, TWRP doesn't ask anymore for the user password ("Unable to decrypt FBE device"), so it doesn't unlock partitions and is it now impossible to flash any zip mod to the phone.
Fortunately, is it still possible to save the boot partition for installing Magisk by flashing the magisk's boot image with the fastboot mode.
For example, I tried to install systemRW, it worked perfectly before the Xiaomi update but now it give me errors such as it can't access to partitions.
Do you know if it'll be fixed soon ?
Try another custom Recovery => https://androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=318234&sort_by=date&sort_dir=DESC
Try @geoanto555's TWRP or OrangeFox.
You can try to set a pattern, instead of a PIN/password, for your screen lock. Then reboot to Recovery and it should ask for your pattern.Hello, i've tried :
Do you have any other ideas ?
Doesn't work either, none of them ask me for a pattern.You can try to set a pattern, instead of a PIN/password, for your screen lock. Then reboot to Recovery and it should ask for your pattern.
Likely due to Xiaomi and an encryption change...Doesn't work either, none of them ask me for a pattern.
I think that all of those recovery doesn't recognize the Android Security model, where is stocked the password or the encryption, is the new update changed something about that ? Is it due to android 11 ? Or maybe is it a bug in the rom (unlikely) ?
Please note that i have also a fingerprint defined in my phone, and the OTA update, when i choose to click on "Reboot to update", passed by TWRP (which was installed as recovery on my phone) and it flashed the OTA update (without any error anyway).
Ok, so you probably don't know when a new TWRP will fix this.Likely due to Xiaomi and an encryption change...
OTA update may work if the ROM file is downloaded/moved to a not-encrypted path of your device (e.g.: In "/data/media" folder instead of "/data/media/0" = Internal storage).
I don't know...Do you know if currently TWRP support Android 11 ? It can be the issue
If it's not done by the Updater automatically, you need Magisk/root to move files outside the "Internal Storage" path.Sorry but I don't understand how you can download/move into data/media the OTA update ?
If it's not done by the Updater automatically, you need Magisk/root to move files outside the "Internal Storage" path.
I got twrp and android 11 update...I have some information that I found on TWRP official website and on their github : TWRP does not still support in stable release android 11.
So that's why all of those recovery aren't working with the new update from Xiaomi.
However, there's a TWRP github's branch that is still in progress that is dedicated to android 11.
I really would to compile this branch to make TWRP work with the new update with the Redmi Note 9 family devices, unfortunately i'm launching myself into the unknown, so it'll probably don't work.
But is TWRP decrypting correctly partitions as Internal Storage (refered for me as "/sdcard") ?I got twrp and android 11 update...
For my works perfectBut is TWRP decrypting correctly partitions as Internal Storage (refered for me as "/sdcard") ?
For me no, the current TWRP is loading and I can access TWRP, but I don't have to enter my password in TWRP, which normally is needed to decrypt partitions.
As @Poney70 said, this is due to a changement of how android 11 encrypt partitions.
For my works perfect
flashboot boot recovery.img
Ok, so if it works on your device, what's wrong with mine ?
EDIT : I finally get it worked ! By a weird way ...
I flashed, using TWRP, the OTA update once again, but, instead of flashing the recovery, i made, and it worked, but if I flash TWRP, it still doesn't workCode:
flashboot boot recovery.img