Can I root OnePlus 8 android 11 via OnePlus 8

  1. usaid_93
    Cupcake Dec 4, 2020

  2. saro4700
    Donut Dec 4, 2020

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  3. Rahul_205
    Eclair Dec 4, 2020

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  5. Shubham_Ag.
    Jelly Bean Dec 4, 2020

    Shubham_Ag. , via OnePlus 8 , Dec 4, 2020 :
    Yes you can root your device, only if you know how to do it.

    No, warranty still remains valid.

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  6. Mr.pransh
    Honeycomb Dec 4, 2020

  7. Matt 80
    Lollipop Dec 4, 2020

    Matt 80 , Dec 4, 2020 :

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  8. OConsultYaseenP
    Honeycomb Dec 4, 2020

  9. Rahul_205
    Eclair Dec 5, 2020

    Rahul_205 , via OnePlus 8 , Dec 5, 2020 :
    If u get any software defects during rooting on OnePlus devices that won't be considered under warranty.. technical it's the same thing

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  10. Matt 80
    Lollipop Dec 5, 2020

    Matt 80 , Dec 5, 2020 :
    No it isn't the same thing.

    You said this...
    This is incorrect, the actual process of rooting does not void the warranty on oneplus devices.

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  11. Shubham_Ag.
    Jelly Bean Dec 5, 2020

    Shubham_Ag. , via OnePlus 8 , Dec 5, 2020 :

    The question is can he do it or not? If someone knows how to root their phones, and if they do it successfully, then it does not voids the warranty.
    Check the link shared above which should tell you that it isn't the same thing.

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  12. Blkair
    Cupcake May 30, 2021

    Blkair , May 30, 2021 :
    I bricked my phone and had an unlocked bootloader -- they fixed it at no charge. The service is good but unfortunately geo fenced. They will not fix a phone from another area, like an asian derivative in north america. They will honour the warranty but just replace your phone with a "local" model. It also seems to be quite complicated and an pain in the *** to have a phone repaired when it's out of warranty.

    They are drifting to the dark side with the rise of commercial agreements with carriers in the USA - it's a shame to see. I wonder where we look now for and phone that fills that gap and area that brought us to OP in the first place.

  13. F1635130555859
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021

  14. SAMAEL75
    Cupcake Dec 2, 2021

    SAMAEL75 , via OnePlus 8 , Dec 2, 2021 :
    Well last time I rooted my OP8 it was on 11 bit the next day it went into a boot loop. Now this time I just unlocked the bootloader and installed TWRP and then later I'll think of rooting with more stable opts.

  15. SAMAEL75
    Cupcake Dec 2, 2021

    SAMAEL75 , via OnePlus 8 , Dec 2, 2021 :
    You've got full and official TWRP support. I mean 8T is supported officially in TWRP app so first Backup all of your data and then throw it off a cliff. No! Was just kidding. Then unlock the bootloader which will erase all the data but it is the easiest part then flash TWRP on top of it. Then download the latest build of your phone from "Oxygen OS Updater" and unzip it and locate boot image and then use Magisk app to create a patched boot image. And then flash it via fastboot or TWRP
    You're done!

    Note: Having TWRP installed is a blessing.