How are you? I hope everything will be fine. Most of the Xiaomi user asked me that, how do they install custom recovery and root their device. So, I decide today I want to give you, How to install a custom recovery on your Xiaomi device and also root your device.
❒ About Root:
Rooting an Android phone means giving yourself superuser access. A superuser is an administrator who has access to more features and functions of a system and can make changes to it beyond its standard behaviour. This grants more access to the operating system, which means more power over how the device works, but it also brings with it a greater potential to do damage to the device's proper operation. One of the best features of the Android phone is that it has an open source operating system. However, this doesn't mean it is completely open; phone service carriers and device manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, and others, put quite a few modifications and restrictions on their phone products. Even Google puts some restrictions into its own operating system for safety and security reasons, but also at the request of carriers and phone manufacturers.
❒ The Advantage of Root:
❒ Warning: Do anything at your own risk. Oreo and Pie rom have anti-rollback so, be careful.
You need an unlocked bootloader and also need Mi USB Driver.
If you don’t know how to unlock your device bootloader and how to install Mi USB Driver then read this two thread.
Now, most of the Xiaomi devices come with anti-rollback so, now you can’t flash custom recovery directly. If you want to flash custom recovery directly then you bypass dummy. That is a trouble stape we don’t need to follow that. We always try to use the official TWRP custom recovery. Because sometimes moded custom recovery can’t boot your device on custom recovery
Now I deserving you how to flash a custom recovery and also root your device...
(You can also use the updated version of Magisk or can you SuperSU for root your device)
(LazyFlasher is a custom kernel flashing tool designed to make it easy to dynamically modify ramdisks and inject kernel binaries into the current boot image. It's the swiss army knife of kernel flashing for use in Team Win Recovery Project)
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Congratulations you successfully installed TWRP custom recovery and also rooted your device
Note: For downloading the latest magisk manager, magisk uninstaller, magisk stable and beta click here.
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