UMIDIGI Android 10 & 11 ROOT - short guide not for beginners

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Post time 2020-7-3 16:07:38 | Show all posts
tried this exactly with s5pro, i got a orange condition bootloop....

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Post time 2020-8-29 19:02:31 | Show all posts
kd7eir replied at 2020-4-26 23:56
I've rooted mine with no issues. I followed this guide starting with the Magisk install.

Me too now. some time ago, also re-flashed/rooted recently with the "rejected" latest rom. Works great for me.

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Post time 2021-1-9 04:03:50 | Show all posts
Hello, I'm thinking about rooting my Umidigi F2. With this procedure will I loose my data? Thanks.

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Post time 2021-1-9 20:29:21 | Show all posts
Where do i find vbmeta file for a specific device?

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Post time 2021-1-9 23:02:55 | Show all posts
Richter89 replied at 2021-1-9 20:29
Where do i find vbmeta file for a specific device?

Extract the files from the ROM that you want to use and you will find the vbmeta file.
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Post time 2021-1-9 23:49:30 | Show all posts
Edited by brmigas at 2021-1-9 23:51  
kd7eir replied at 2020-4-26 23:56
I've rooted mine with no issues. I followed this guide starting with the Magisk install.

It does a factory reset, right? Did you loose your apps and data? I can't find a reliable app to backup app data without root..

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Post time 2021-1-13 03:47:30 | Show all posts
brmigas replied at 2021-1-9 23:02
Extract the files from the ROM that you want to use and you will find the vbmeta file.

Thank u ,but shouldnt the file be a patched version and not the stock?How do i patch it then!

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Post time 2021-1-15 03:58:03 | Show all posts
Edited by brmigas at 2021-1-15 04:12  

I'm not too sure... What I believe is that if you want to just root, but keep the stock ROM you don't have to do anything. But if want to install a custom ROM, then you need to flash vbmeta... What I understood so far is that each brand has its own vbmeta file. What I don't is if you need to patch it to make it work with a custom ROM....

My plan is to root it and keep the stock ROM, but if I keep having the same problems with the Mic and fingerprint, which I strongly believe is a ROM issue (Too bad Umidigi doesn't care about customers and doesn't release a bug fix), then I will try a custom ROM. Check this video, to see if it helps. https://youtu.be/TUYdH32bbJI, maybe starting from minute 8:40.

There's no official TWRP for Umidigi F2, but there's this one: https://unofficialtwrp.com/twrp-3-4-0-umidigi-f2/









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Post time 2021-1-21 18:58:43 | Show all posts

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Edited by albydmc12 at 2021-1-21 21:36  

Hello, I rooted my device using this tutorial. Now I need to unroot it.
Magisk says that it can't restore the original boot img, because there isn't it. How can I do?

Edit: I did it with flashtool

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Post time 2021-1-27 02:44:33 | Show all posts
I applied the explanation completely and it worked for me to root the Umidigi phone, but not the full root because it is only intended for reading, not reading / writing in the system area. Is there a solution?
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