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Root Query via OnePlus 7T Glacier Blue

  1. Varun1225
    Gingerbread Feb 18, 2020


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  2. harshil1903
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 18, 2020


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  3. 逍遥晓语
    Cupcake Feb 18, 2020

    逍遥晓语 , Feb 18, 2020 :
    it has changed
    OnePlus 7 series have A/B partitions which is different from OnePlus 3T's A only.
    And OnePlus 7 series support Project Treble that means there's a separate /vender partition in device.
    you can use Magisk for root and exposed for Xposed framework. search it + device model in community or xda.
     

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  4. Gerland1
    Cupcake Mar 22, 2020


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  5. philos64
    Gingerbread Mar 26, 2020

    philos64 , Mar 26, 2020 :
    In the case where by installing the Open Beta 2 version of your OP7T or OP7T Pro, you would have lost your root or else you wish to become root, here is a fairly simple process to use.

    After flashing the OB2 version and restarting, I therefore lost the root.:(
    To find it here is the process, in case you do not have Magisk installed on your phone, you can download it directly here MagiskManager Website (Please note that the application cannot be downloaded via the Play Store)

    Process 1: You have lost your root
    1. Uninstall Magisk Manager,
    2. Download this file, found on XDA ==> Global Open Beta 2 Magisk boot - Md5: a85406eb7c7d3d00f39089ce9e2fa210
    3. Rename the downloaded file => ob2 (it will be easier)
    4. Flash the file via fastboot (the command line is => fastboot boot ob2.img)
    5. Restarting your phone
    6. Installation of Magisk Manager and root is present => Tested with Root checker Pro
    7. Magisk Manager version v7.5.1
    8. Magisk v20.3

    Process 2: You don't have a root and you wish to have it.

    1. Just download Magisk Manager (see link above)
    2. You download this file for the Open Beta 2 version (Global only) => Global Open Beta 2 Magisk boot - Md5: a85406eb7c7d3d00f39089ce9e2fa210
    3. Then you just have to follow the above process from phase 3

    So no need to flash a complete OB2 or other image, just this image which includes the Magisk boot
    Here you are root now. :)
    If that helped you so much the better, it's simple;)
    Well done
     

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