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Xplay G5 Flash File | Firmware | Stock Rom | MT6580 6.0

There exist two different methods to root any Android device. In the first one, you just have to flash the Magisk Installer ZIP file via TWRP and your device stands rooted. However, the next method calls for extracting the stock boot.img file from the stock firmware. Nowadays these stock ROMs themselves come in payload.bin or OZIP format. As a result, you will first have to decrypt this firmware packaged and then get hold of the stock boot.img. After this, you will have to patch this boot.img via Magisk.

Xplay G5 Flash File | Firmware | Stock Rom | MT6580 6.0


You have to install the Magisk Canary build instead of the stable and then change the update channel to Canary from within the app itself. Once you have done the said change, you may then proceed with the below steps to patch the stock boot image file using Magisk and flash it via Fastboot commands.

Hi C.Phurmy, this usually happens when you flash the incorrect boot.img file. I guess you might have patched and flashed the stock boot.img file (from Pixel 3a XL stock ROM) rather the one from LineageOS. Since you are currently using LineageOS, you need to extract and flash the boot.img of that custom ROM only (you should extract the boot.img from the same software version of LineageOS that is currently installed on your device). Try it and do let me if it helped you or not.

Hi. I want to root my vivo Y11 (2019) and I cant unlock the bootloader, no matter what command I use. So, Can I still extract the boot.img from the stock update firmware zip file? and then patch it with magisk and flash it using fastboot?

Hi Steve, please let me know your device name. Also, are you able to boot to Fastboot Mode via hardware keys combination? If yes, then you may flash stock firmware via fastboot commands and unbrick it.

I have a Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact mobile phone. I am using 22.1 version of Magisk. I have unlocked the bootloader, extracted the boot image and putted it into the phone. I have patched the boot file on my phone and tried to flash it back with the command: fastboot flash boot_a magisk_patched.img fastboot flash boot_b magisk_patched.img

Recently purchased Moto G4 Plus (on Marshmallow 6). Can mount a usb flash drive and access its files via settings/storage/usb.On ES file explorer, first time use, it seeks permission to enable access to usb drive and after that there are no problems.My issue though is, prior to M6, I could access all my photos (classified in different folders) on the usb via a gallery app or QickPic app as thumbnails. But now under marshmallow these apps cannot access usb otg. Even the native Photos app cannot access usb drive.Is there anyway that I can enable some permission, as in ES file explorer, to access my usb in these gallery apps.

* Backup all data Means, Create A Copy files of Contacts, Image, Video, Music and All Other Your Personal Document.When the run flashing process the Flash tool of erases the data before start the flashing.

With Magisk v22, developer John Wu merged the Magisk Manager companion app into core Magisk. Following this change, the release process now includes a single Magisk APK file which is also (magically) a flashable ZIP. 350c69d7ab


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