Someone stole my One plus 7 Pro.
It was rooted and had TWRP and Magisk 19.x ( latest subversion before 20.x dropped). I had a passcode and fingerprint set up on my phone. It was stolen at a technical convention for students. Assuming the thief has knowledge about Android can my phone's encryption be broken to give access to my files?
TWRP requires the passcode to be able to decrypt the storage, so does the phone on boot.
Any input is appreciated.
Phone got stolen at a technical convention Thief might have knowledge of Android Running Stable Android 9 latest firmware before Stable 10.0.1 Running Magisk 19.x (Latest before 20.x dropped) Running TWRP 3.3.1.x TWRP requires the pin to decrypt
My concern, Can it be hacked/cracked to give access to the storage inside?
Thanks in advance
EDIT: My passcode was 5 digits long.