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Boot loop after flashing TWRP installer through Magisk Manager

  1. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
    I flashed latest TWRP version 3.3.1-4 after after rebooting the phone it got into boot loop, it's boots into TWRP instead of UI, I tried to flash TWRP through ADB using PC also flashing the TWRP installer through TWRP itself, changing slots A, B and flashing TWRP into A, B manually but it doesn't do anything, it's just boots into recovery instead of UI or goes into loop (phone turns, goes to to "bootloader unlocked warning screen" and reboot right away). I really don't want to do full reset of my phone and loose my data.
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  2. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    You have lost your Operating System, this happens many time while flashing custom recovery. Contact service centre or flash a new OS.
     

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  3. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    You have TWRP working then put a OTG and copy all data of your phone using file manager option in TWRP.
     

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  4. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
    I did flash Oxygen with Magisk after, still boot loop
     

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  5. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Then it is the Magisk which is causing bootloop. Flash only Oxygen OS once. You'll know why bootloop is occurring. It once happened with me with my Moto G 2, where SuperSU was causing the problem.
     

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  6. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
    I'll try that, gonna let know if it helps me
     

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  7. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    And yes you can also Magisk integrated with Oxygen OS, that'll won't cause the problem. You can get that in XDA.
     

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  8. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
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    I did flash Oxygen OS but it's still doing the same thing...
     

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  9. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Backup your device's data, you'll need to wipe your internal also.
    Happened when I flashed Magisk and TWRP in the wrong order. Fixed it by flashing system factory images (or at least stock boot image) => fastboot boot TWRP.img => Flash TWRP zip => reboot to recovery => flash Magisk.
    This can help. Wipe system, system cache also, before flashing.
     

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  10. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :


    RandomDude66613

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    I did flash Oxygen OS but it's still doing the same thing...​


    Why are you flashing TWRP after flashing Oxygen OS? You don't have to flash it again, and again.
     

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  11. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
    I did flash just a rom itself and then recovery through PC, but it's still does same thing, also I tried to flash Magisk uninstaller zip file, doesn't help either...
     

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  12. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Flash the ROM only, man. And you have to wipe the internal storage + you should always wipe your system + system cache before flashing. (And dalvik cache also)
     

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  13. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Just wipe your system and then flash the ROM and nothing. Do that and then tell me what happens I will guide you after that. And do share screen of all process.
     

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  14. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Is there any way to fix my problem without wiping, cuz it's gonna take hours to setting up the phone again and putting my my files back
     

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  15. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Don't wipe your internal now, we'll see that after wards.
     

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  16. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    just do this first
     

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  18. _udayraj_ Froyo Jul 11, 2019

    _udayraj_, Jul 11, 2019 :
    Copy the ROM in your internal storage,
    wipe system and cache partition,
    Flash the ROM,
    and then again wipe your cache.
    Now, restart. Hope that will work.
    Share your process screen.
     

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  19. RandomDude66613 Gingerbread Jul 11, 2019

    RandomDude66613, Jul 11, 2019 :
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    those two?
     

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  20. malidan Marshmallow Jul 11, 2019

    malidan, Jul 11, 2019 :
    I think you should have read the whole explanation before you started.:rolleyes:
     

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