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niccolo [2nd method: success]
doc:appunti:hardware:xiaomi_redmi_6 [2019/05/21 09:30] (current)
niccolo [Xiaomi Redmi 6 Android Phone]
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 +A brief review focused on **obtaining root privileges** and software de-bloating.
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 +| {{:​img:​pros_icon.png?​nolink&​36|}} ​ | Good **quality/​price** ratio.\\ 3 Gb **RAM**.\\ Android **Oreo 8.1.** ​ |
 +| {{:​img:​cons_icon.png?​nolink&​36|}} ​ | Unfriendly **rooting** procedure with some unsolved issues.\\ Bootloader **unlock requires MS-Windows** software.\\ MIUI O.S. filled with **bloatware**.\\ Double **privacy leak**: Google and Xiaomi apps.\\ Non replaceable **battery**. ​ |
  
 ^ Model            | Redmi 6  | ^ Model            | Redmi 6  |
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   - Start **TWRP** as seen above.   - Start **TWRP** as seen above.
   - Mount **system** and **vendor** partitions. From TWRP //Main menu//, //Mount//, tap //System// and //Vendor//. Then tap back.   - Mount **system** and **vendor** partitions. From TWRP //Main menu//, //Mount//, tap //System// and //Vendor//. Then tap back.
-  - FIXME: Should run **Install Root**, ​from //​Advanced// ​menu?+  - Execute ​**Install Root**. From TWRP //Main Menu//, //​Advanced//​. This option installs Magisk 19.0.
   - Execute **Sign Boot**. From TWRP //Main Menu//, //​Advanced//,​ //Sign Boot//, //Swipe to Confirm//. Then tap back.   - Execute **Sign Boot**. From TWRP //Main Menu//, //​Advanced//,​ //Sign Boot//, //Swipe to Confirm//. Then tap back.
-  - Install ​**Magisk**. From TWRP //Main Menu//, //​Install//,​ tap on //​Magisk-v19.1.zip//​ file, (do not verify signature, do not reboot) //Swipe to confirm Flash//. After flashing tap the **Wipe Cache/​Dalvik** button.+  - Optional: install ​**Magisk ​19.1**. From TWRP //Main Menu//, //​Install//,​ tap on //​Magisk-v19.1.zip//​ file, (do not verify signature, do not reboot) //Swipe to confirm Flash//. After flashing tap the **Wipe Cache/​Dalvik** button.
   - **Reboot to System**.   - **Reboot to System**.
  
-**NOTICE**: The LR.Team TWRP image **contains Magisk 19.0** (unpack the img file and extract the ramdisk content, you will find a **/​supersu/​SuperSU_installer.zip** file, which actually is Magisk). This is the default root method, and it is executed inside TWRP with the **Install Root** title. May be, for this reason, installing Magisk 19.1 is not strictly required.+**NOTICE**: The LR.Team TWRP 3.3.0-0423 ​image **contains Magisk 19.0** (unpack the img file and extract the ramdisk content, you will find a ''​/​supersu/​SuperSU_installer.zip'' ​file, which actually is Magisk). This is the **default root method**, and it is executed inside TWRP with the **Install Root** title.
  
-**NOTICE**: Some recipes on the net say to flash also **LazyFlash** or some other **DM Verity Disabler** tool. It seems that it is not longer require with Magisk 19. Infact, during Magisk installation,​ we read a log line stating **Removing dm(avb)-verity in dtb**see ''/​common/​boot_patch.sh''​ of the SuperSU_installer.zip file. By the way, the LR.Team TWRP image contains also the ''/​supersu/​no-verity-opt-encrypt.zip''​ file into the ramdisk image, which actually is the LazyFlasher installer.+**NOTICE**: Some recipes on the net say to flash also **LazyFlash** or some other **DM Verity Disabler** tool. It seems that it is not longer require with Magisk 19. Infact, during Magisk installation,​ we read a log line stating **Removing dm(avb)-verity in dtb** (see ''/​common/​boot_patch.sh''​ of the SuperSU_installer.zip file). By the way, the LR.Team TWRP image contains also the ''/​supersu/​no-verity-opt-encrypt.zip''​ file into the ramdisk image, which actually is the LazyFlasher installer.
  
 **NOTICE**: It seems that flashing the **para** partition is a non-permanent action. If you want to boot into another recovery from the fastboot mode, you have to flash it again witht the dummy **misc.bin**. **NOTICE**: It seems that flashing the **para** partition is a non-permanent action. If you want to boot into another recovery from the fastboot mode, you have to flash it again witht the dummy **misc.bin**.
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