This guide will show you How to Root Samsung Galaxy A10 with the advanced rooting method Magisk. I have shown you two methods to Root this device, one with TWRP recovery and the second one without the requirement of TWRP.
If your device doesn’t support TWRP, then you can go with the second step. For this method, we need the stock firmware of the Samsung Galaxy A10. After that, we need to extract the boot image and patch it with Magisk.
Now let me tell you why we are using Magisk over other rooting methods like SuperSU.
- 1 What is Magisk?
- 2 About Samsung Galaxy A10
- 3 What Does Rooting Means?
- 4 Let’s Root Samsung Galaxy A10 (Beginners Friendly Guide)
What is Magisk?
Magisk is a highly advanced way of rooting android systemless-ly. This means that Magisk root android without changing or modifying the system partition. Hence you can receive OTA updates, run apps that need to pass Google’s SafetyNet test.
Unlike other methods, you have to struggle a lot to install OTA updates, but with Magisk, you can easily receive updates without any issues. The best part about this method is that you can install Magisk on almost any android device running Android 4.2 to Android 11 (Latest).
This is the reason why we are using Magisk to Root Samsung Galaxy A10 over other rooting methods.
About Samsung Galaxy A10
The Samsung Galaxy A10 is a newly launched android smartphone. It offers great features for the price. Here is the Key Specification of this smartphone:
- This phone comes with a 6.2 Inches HD 720 x 1520 pixels IPS LCD Display.
- Samsung Galaxy A10 is powered by the Exynos 7884 which is an Octa-Core CPU
- It has 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of Internal Storage
- Moving to the OS this device runs on Android 10 (Q) One UI.
- Camera – It has a Rear-Facing Camera of 13 MP and the Front-Facing is a 5 MP camera.
- Moving to the battery it has a Non-removable 3400 mAh battery.
- It has the following Accelerometer, proximity sensors.
What Does Rooting Means?
Rooting Android simply means giving a superpower to your phone. It opens up many customization and tweaks for your smartphone. Once you root your phone, you have full control over your Android System files.
You can do the very greatest thing after rooting your device is installing Custom ROM, removing unwanted apps (bloatware), installing Modules, and much more. But before we Root, we must understand the Advantages and Disadvantages of Rooting your device.
Advantages of Rooting
Here are some Pros or Advantages of Rooting Samsung Galaxy A10
- You can install Custom ROM on your device.
- Update your Phone to a newer version of Android.
- Easily install Incompatible Apps on your phone.
- You can flash Custom Kernel to increase device performance.
- Take Complete Backup of your Android using NANDroid backup.
Disadvantages of Rooting
Here are some Cons or Disadvantages of Rooting Samsung Galaxy A10
- The phone warranty will get void.
- Samsung Galaxy A10 will no longer Secure.
- You may face lagging issues on Samsung Galaxy A10.
- While Rooting, if you miss out on any steps, then your device might get bricked.
- Before proceeding to steps, make sure to Unlock Bootloader on Samsung Galaxy A10.
- Fully charge your device. If not, then you will be stuck in between the process.
- Take the full backup of your android.
- For method 1: You need to Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy A10.
- For method 2:
- Download the Latest SDK Platform tools and ADB Fastboot Tool.
- Install the latest Samsung USB drivers.
- This method requires a PC/Laptop to execute ADB commands.
- Samsung Galaxy A10 original USB cable.
- This guide is only for Samsung Galaxy A10. Please do not try these steps on any other smartphone.
Let’s Root Samsung Galaxy A10 (Beginners Friendly Guide)
If you are completely new to the rooting community, then don’t worry. We have included everything you need to know about the process of rooting android devices.
As I already mentioned above, this guide includes two types of methods, first by flashing the Magisk installer zip using TWRP recovery and the second method by flashing Magisk patched boot image using fastboot command.
So, let’s quickly jump to the process.
Note: Make sure to read this guide completely to avoid confusion or misunderstanding.
Method 1: Root Samsung Galaxy A10 using TWRP Recovery
- Download the Latest Magisk Zip file on your Samsung Galaxy A10 device.
- Move the downloaded zip file to your phone’s external storage.
- Now, Reboot Samsung Galaxy A10 in TWRP recovery mode.
- Turn Off your phone.
- Press and hold the
Volume Up + Power buttonuntil you see the boot screen, release the Power button (do not release the volume up key until you boot into TWRP mode.)
- Alternatively, you can also use the ADB command to boot into recovery mode.
- Connect Samsung Galaxy A10 to your PC/Laptop.
- Open the Command Prompt on your PC and type the following command.
adb reboot recovery
- This will boot Samsung Galaxy A10 in recovery mode.
- On TWRP main screen, Tap on “Install.”
- Locate the Magisk installer zip file and Select it.
- Finally, Swipe the Slider on the bottom of the screen to flash the file and install Magisk on your Samsung Galaxy A10 phone.
- Once the flashing process completes, Tap on Reboot System.
Now open the Magisk App and check if you see all green checks on the app screen. If you don’t see the app, you can manually download and install it.
After successfully applying the above steps, your Samsung Galaxy A10 device will get root access without any issues. In case you are facing any problems in any steps, let me know in the comments.
Method 2: Root Samsung Samsung Galaxy A10 without TWRP Recovery
- Download Stock Firmware for Samsung Galaxy A10.
- Extract the
boot.imgfile from stock firmware. (Check out this guide.)
- Move the boot image file to your phone’s internal storage.
- Install the latest Magisk App on your phone.
- Open the app from the app drawer.
- Tap on “Install” and then tap on “Next.”
- Next, tap on the “Select and Patch a File” option.
- Locate the boot image file (e.g.,
boot.img) and Select it.
- Magisk Manager will patch the boot image file with the latest version of Magisk.
- Once done, the boot image gets patched. It will get saved in the Download folder of your phone.
- Copy the
magisk_patched.imgfile to your PC and rename it to boot.img.
- Now, convert boot.img to boot.tar file.
- To do that, right-click on the boot.img file.
- 7-Zip ZS → click on Add to archive.
- Select the Archive format to tar and hit ok.
- Boot Samsung Galaxy A10 into ODIN/Download mode.
- Turn off your device.
- You can do so by holding the
Volume Down + Volume Up + Power keyssimultaneously for a few seconds.
- Release the keys when you get a screen with an exclamation sign.
- Press Volume Up key to enter the Download Mode.
Do these Steps on PC
- Now we have to flash the
boot.tarfile using ODIN for rooting.
- Download the Odin flash tool and extract the file.
- Connect your Samsung Galaxy A10 device to the PC. You will see a blue sign in Odin.
- Now, click on AP and select the
- Go to the Options tab and uncheck the Auto Reboot option.
- Now, tap on the Start button to root your device.
- The flashing process will take a few minutes, so be patient. Once done, you will see PASS on the top of Odin.
- Disconnect your Samsung Galaxy A10 smartphone.
- Magisk is now successfully flashed to your device! But there are still several steps before you use the device.
- We now want to boot into the stock recovery to factory reset Samsung Galaxy A10.
Power + Volume Downto exit download mode, and as soon as the screen turns off, quickly press
Volume Up + Powerto boot to the recovery partition.
- In the Stock Recovery menu, use volume buttons to navigate menus and the power button to select the option.
- Select Wipe data/factory reset to wipe the data of the device.
- Finally, select Reboot system now.
- The first boot will take some time.
- Congrats! You have successfully rooted your Samsung Galaxy A10 with Magisk.
If you can not see Magisk Manager on your Samsung Galaxy A10 phone, you need to install the APK manually.
How to Verify if your Samsung Galaxy A10 is Rooted successfully?
- Download Root Checker app from Google Play Store.
- Open the app and tap on “Verify Root.”
- If your device is rooted successfully, you will see this message “Congratulations! Root access is properly installed on this device!”.
- As you can see from the above screenshot.
Now, if you want to Unroot your device, it’s very simple and straightforward. You have to follow this guide on How to Unroot Samsung Galaxy A10.
So, this was a comprehensive guide on how to Root Samsung Galaxy A10 smartphone. I have tried my best to make this guide as simple as possible.
However, if you still encounter any problems while implementing the steps, please let me know in the comments. I will try to resolve your issues as soon as possible.
9 thoughts on “How to Root Samsung Galaxy A10 using Magisk & Without PC”
Sar please help me Galaxy A10 twrp zip file download link give
Binod don’t worry I will update this post soon. For now, there is no twrp recover for this device but soon it will be available till then stay tuned and bookmark this page.
Would like to know if there is an update on TWRP file for Samsung Galaxy A10
once the official TWRP for galaxy a10 releases I will update the link so, plz wait till the file arrives!
Hi , is there any news about the twrp of samsung A10 ?
Thank you ^^
anyone tried the step on this page and successfully did all of them with no errors?
Yes, I have tried to Root Galaxy A10 with KingRoot and successfully worked on my device.
will my device wipe all data?
Yes, take a full backup before applying the steps.