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Let's root our Max Lumi

**I am not responsible for any damage to your device. Please take care of your actions.** Steps to install: [1] Current firmware version is 3.0. My Max Lumi came with it. Attached bootimage is for version 3.0. [2] Download and install Magisk Manager on Max Lumi. [3] Do you have installed adb and fastboot on your computer? [4] Enable usb debugging on your Max Lumi, plug it into your computer, and run in command line to check connection. Code: adb devices [5] start a bootloader session...
Tags: Books, Onyx Boox, Magisk, Max Lumi, Boox Update Upx

How to Uninstall Magisk and Unroot Your Android Phone

One of the benefits to running Magisk Manager on your rooted Android smartphone is that Magisk can hide root access from specific apps, which is helpful if an app won’t start because it detects you’ve messed with your device. However, some apps—like Pokemon GO—now check specifically for Magisk when running, which…Read more...
Tags: Android, Root, Lifehacks, Remove, Pokemon Go, Magisk, Android Root

Chinese Phone Maker Huawei Risks Alienating Its Loyal Customer Base By Taking a Strong Stand Against Unlocking of Its Handsets, Users Say

A post on Irish technology news blog, which criticizes the recent works of the world's second largest smartphone maker Huawei, is being widely circulated across several Android communities, with most people agreeing with the concerns raised in the post. From the story: Huawei is the second largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, falling second only to Samsung having recently overtaken Apple. They're huge in Ireland and across the globe. As a company, they have done a number of great things...
Tags: Samsung, Tech, Ireland, Huawei, Magisk, Huawei OTA

How to Root Your Android Device with Magisk

When rooting your Android device, tools like Magisk allow you to easily gain complete control over your Android device without the need for complicated hacks.
Tags: Linux, Magisk