Magisk Support?

#22
I sure can, just keep in mind that at present none of the safetynet checks pass. So as of right now Magisk hide does not work.
I have a version of TWRP that is compatible with the U 22. I simply copied that recovery image to the root of my SD card and booted that image by inserting the SD card and pressing the reset button on the box while also powering on the device. Once inside TWRP I selected backup, then selected the recovery partition. Once the recovery partition was backed up I renamed the backup file to recovery.img once that was done I booted into android normally and installed Magisk Manager. Launched the app and chose the option to install by selecting and patching an image. In advanced options I made sure that the recovery mode option was checked and I selected the image which I obtained from TWRP earlier. Once the patching was complete I booted back into TWRP off my SD card as I described earlier and flashed the recovery.

The downside to doing things this way is you need to either use terminal emulator from within the android OS to reboot into recovery mode which would enable Magisk or if booting cold you need to boot the box into recovery manually with no SD card inserted.

I don't know how technically savvy you are but if you are able to find a way to get at least the basic integrity to pass instead of fail please let me know. Also if you would like me to post the TWRP recovery image that I used, just let me know
Hello Can you provide links for the compatible TWRP
 
#26
I sure can, just keep in mind that at present none of the safetynet checks pass. So as of right now Magisk hide does not work.
I have a version of TWRP that is compatible with the U 22. I simply copied that recovery image to the root of my SD card and booted that image by inserting the SD card and pressing the reset button on the box while also powering on the device. Once inside TWRP I selected backup, then selected the recovery partition. Once the recovery partition was backed up I renamed the backup file to recovery.img once that was done I booted into android normally and installed Magisk Manager. Launched the app and chose the option to install by selecting and patching an image. In advanced options I made sure that the recovery mode option was checked and I selected the image which I obtained from TWRP earlier. Once the patching was complete I booted back into TWRP off my SD card as I described earlier and flashed the recovery.

The downside to doing things this way is you need to either use terminal emulator from within the android OS to reboot into recovery mode which would enable Magisk or if booting cold you need to boot the box into recovery manually with no SD card inserted.

I don't know how technically savvy you are but if you are able to find a way to get at least the basic integrity to pass instead of fail please let me know. Also if you would like me to post the TWRP recovery image that I used, just let me know

Can you explain more
I booted into TWRP and backed up the recovery . the backup folder contains three files and not only one . which one should I rename.
What I did is that I used the largest in size and renamed it to recovery.img.
After patching it with Magisk . I booted the box again and flash into recovery

But when I booted the box normally the magisk manager doesn't show Magisk installed
 
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