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Install Magisk on Blu Life One X2

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What is it and why do we need it?

Magisk is a very unique tool to allow for system modifications on devices that are locked down. So this will come in handy on your Life One X2 to add support for systemless hosts file (for Adaway to work without modifying system partition), as well as other system tweaks such as ViPER4Android. Xposed is supported within Magisk and can be installed without flashing zips in TWRP.

 

Magisk Features

  • Magisk Manager:
    Install / Upgrade Magisk in-app. Manage, Upgrade, Download, Install Magisk Modules within a few taps.
  • Magic Mount:
    Allow you to do any system (vendor) modification without actually tampering the partitions.
  • Resetprop:
    Allow you to do any modifications to system props (build.prop), including read-only props.
  • Multiple Entry Points:
    Provides several entry points to developers to run scripts at different boot times, reliably pausing the boot process before your scripts are done. This allows experienced developer to fine tune the Magisk Module's behavior.
  • Open Source Root Solution:
    (Optional) Root your device with Superuser forked from phh's Superuser (additional features and tweaks).
  • Magisk Hide:
    (Optional) Paired with the included root solution, users can choose to hide Magisk from detection.
    This can bypass SafetyNet, which is used in Android Pay, Pokemon GO etc.
  • "post-fs" a.k.a "Cache" Mode:
    Some special files require to be mounted even earlier (e.g. Boot Animation)
  • 100% fully open source and build friendly!
  • Built-in systemless host support
  • Built-in busybox which extends support back to Lollipop (5.0)
  • Remove dm-verity, forceencrypt and patches sepolicy by default

Find out more about Magisk here on xda

Installing Magisk

To install Magisk on your Life One X2 you will need the following,

  • Custom Recovery installed
  • Root Access

Step 1. Download the latest Magisk zip file here and place it on your sdcard

             Install the latest Magisk Manager from the Play Store

Step 2. Reboot phone into recovery

"adb reboot recovery"

Step 3. Once booted into TWRP

Select Install

Select Magisk v10.2.zip

reboot when completed

Open the Magisk Manager and should see the top 2 boxes turn green.

Uninstalling Magisk

To install Magisk on your Life One X2 you will need the following,

  • Custom Recovery installed
  • Root Access

Step 1. Download the latest Magisk uninstaller zip file here and place it on your sdcard

Step 2. Reboot phone into recovery

"adb reboot recovery"

Step 3. Once booted into TWRP

Select Install

Select Magisk uninstaller.zip

reboot when completed

Open the Magisk Manager and should see only the middle box green other two will be red.

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