How to root OnePlus 6 android 8.1 Oreo this process is going to unlock OEM and root Onplus mobile with latest android version. This method is working on other OnePlus mobile phones.
How to root OnePlus 6 android 8.1 Oreo
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Unlocking the Bootloader OnePlus 6
Open Command Prompt: Press Shift + Right Click anywhere on the screen and select Open Command Window here
Enter Fastboot/Bootloader Mode: Turn the phone off. Hold volume up + power until the “fastboot” screen appears. [Alternatively, if Advanced Reboot is enabled, you can press Reboot > Bootloader from the power menu.]
Enter Recovery Mode: Turn the phone off. Hold volume down + power until the “OnePlus Logo” screen appears. [Alternatively, if Advanced Reboot is enabled, you can press Reboot -> Recovery from the power menu.]
Installing a Custom Recovery OnePlus 6
1. Download & Update OnePlus 6 Drivers From Her
2. Download & Update Fastboot and ADB Binaries/Drivers from Here
3. Run the .exe file downloaded from above as Administrator.
4. Press ‘Y’ every time the installer asks for.
5. Continue Driver Installation.
Now, ADB and Fastboot have been installed on your PC and should be Working as desired
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Gaining Root Access into OnePlus 6
Wait until the phone has fully booted up into android then adjust the following settings on the phone:
On your phone go to Settings > About phone > Tap on Build number 7 times. This will enable Developer options. Now go back to Settings > Developer options > Enable USB debugging
Enable OEM Unlocking
On your phone go to Settings > Developer options. Then enable the ‘OEM Unlocking’ option and make sure that from now on, OEM unlocking option is enabled before you reboot. Sometimes, it might get disabled itself.
Enable Advanced Reboot
On your phone go to Settings > Developer options. Then enable the ‘Advanced Reboot’ option.
The OnePlus 6 uses the newer AB partition scheme first introduced on the Pixel 1. As such ,there is no recovery partition. Instead, the recovery is part of the boot image. You will temporarily boot TWRP to perform and later perform a more permanent TWRP installation.
Download all the files, place Magisk & TWRP installer zip on Device Internal Memory and TWRP img on your PC
Then boot it into fastboot/bootloader mode by holding volume up + power or selecting the reboot to bootloader via advanced reboot options.
Open a new command prompt in the same location and run the following commands:
fastboot boot twrp-3.2.2-0-enchilada.img
You will temporarily boot into TWRP
Now in TWRP, tap on Install and browse to the zip and install it (the zip will probably be in /sdcard/Downloads). TWRP will now be installed to both slots. TWRP is now installed.
Install TWRP Recovery OnePlus 6
1. Boot into TWRP Recovery
2. If you want to stay systemless continue without swiping right else Swipe and enable modifications.
3. Select your preferred Language, Tap “Never show this screen on boot again,” and Swipe allows modification.
4. Navigate to Install and select Magisk to root.
5. Swipe to confirm the flash
6. Reboot System
Keep in mind that the first boot after wiping the phone may take longer than usual, as the phone will need to rebuild the Dalvik cache and initialize other first boot and might reboot a few times.
* MTP, known as Media Transfer Protocol, is the same way you transfer files from your PC to your device when booted into the system.
Congrats! Your Device now has an unlocked bootloader, a custom recovery installed and is rooted !!
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Warning: Do not flash partial update OTAs (under 1 GB) on a modified device! If you want to use partial OTAs, you must first flash a full OTA that it applies to, and then flash the partial OTA from stock recovery. Flashing partial OTAs from TWRP will either fail or soft brick your device. You can return to a usable state by flashing full zips in recovery.