If you are a Samsung Galaxy S10 user and are looking forward to installing TWRP recovery on your device and root your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e, then, here is an article that might be helpful.
In this article, we are sharing with you all the method to install TWRP recovery on Samsung Galaxy S10 device and root your Samsung Galaxy S10. So what are you still waiting for? Here you go –
For those who do not know, TWRP is a Custom Recovery that lets users Root devices, Install Mods, flash Custom ROMs, and also take complete backups of their devices. So you see, TWRP Recovery is a must for Rooting your Android Phone.
Rooting and installing TWRP recovery are quite risky methods and should not be attempted if you do not have basic knowledge about it. We at axedonacliffhanger.com will not be responsible for any sort of damage caused to your device while following the below steps. Perform it at your own peril.
- Unlock Bootloader of Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10 Plus.
- Take a complete backup of your Samsung Galaxy S10 device.
- Make sure to have at least 60% of battery power.
- Reliable and working USB Cables.
Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S10
Step 1. Assuming that you have unlocked the bootloader of your Samsung Galaxy S10 device, boot your device but also make sure that it is connected to the internet.
Step 2. Then Set up your device without Google and Samsung Account.
Step 3. Boot your device into Recovery Mode and Factory Reset.
Step 4. Now boot your Samsung device into Download Mode. For this, just long-press Volume Up + Home+ Power Buttons altogether.
Step 5. Now flash the encryption disable ZIP. Jut note that you should have this zip file on the external SD card as a precaution.
Finally hit the reboot button and the TWRP Recovery will be installed on your device. You are now all set to go and root your Samsung Galaxy S10 device using the following method.
Root Samsung Galaxy S10
Now that you have installed TWRP Recovery on your device, you are now all set to root your Samsung Galaxy S10 Device using Magisk.
Step 1. Move the downloaded Magisk Latest Version ZIP File to the internal storage of your device.
Step 2. Now boot your device into TWRP Recovery.
Step 3. In the TWRP Recovery Menu, click on the Install button and then go to the internal storage of your device where you moved the downloaded Magisk Zip file in step 1. Click on that file and install it.
Step 4. Then swipe the ‘Swipe to Confirm Flash‘ option.
Step 5. Lastly, once the flashing is done with, tap on the reboot option so as to reboot your Samsung Galaxy S10 Device.
That is it. You have successfully downloaded, installed and flashed Magisk Root on your device. You can now experience the seamless Magisk Rooting experience.
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