How to Root OnePlus 5T [Magisk and SuperSU]

OnePlus 5T’s bootloader has been unlocked. The phone has received an official build of the TWRP custom recovery. The only thing left now is the root. OnePlus 5T can be rooted either using Magisk or SuperSU. The choice totally depends on the OnePlus 5T users. Both the Magisk and SuperSu are found working without any hiccups. Users are more inclined towards the Magisk root tool since it’s a systemless root solution. In the past few months, Magisk has successfully surpassed SuperSU since it’s more active in development as well. In this guide, we will learn how to root OnePlus 5T using Magisk and SuperSU.Root OnePlus 5T

Before we root the phone, many of the users would want to learn what is root access and why they should root the phone. Rooting is done simply in order to unleash the beast hidden inside your powerful smartphone. There is a plethora of applications that require root access to run on a smartphone. These apps can enhance the control over your phone. Using root specific applications like Greenify, you can strengthen the battery life of your phone. Titanium Backup is another root-specific application that can backup every single element of your phone. Using root rights, you can edit the build.prop file of your phone to unlock new features or introduce new features on your phone. You can also access other system files of your phone to extend the features on your phone. You can make the buttons of your phone respond to your desired actions by playing with the system files. Most of the mods also require a phone to be rooted before you install them using a custom recovery. Xposed Framework is another root application that itself is a whole world of customization enabling Android users to take modifications to a whole new level.

The options you have after rooting your phone are not limited or specific. If we start discussing the advantages of root access then this post will never come to an end. It’s better to have your phone rooted and explore this thing on your own. Rooting OnePlus 5T has become more than easy since we already have a TWRP recovery available. Now you only need to pick up your desired module and flash it to gain root rights on your phone. Here are the detailed steps to Root OnePlus 5T now.

Things to take care of:

  1. This guide is only for the OnePlus 5T. Do not try this on any other phone.
  2. Backup your contacts, call logs, text messages and media content.
  3. Enable USB Debugging mode on your phone. To do so, go to Settings > About Phone > Tap the build number for 7 times. Now get back to Settings > scroll down > open Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging now.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking on your phone. To do so, go to Settings > About Phone > scroll all the way down > Developer Options > Enable OEM Unlocking.
  5. Unlock the bootloader of your OnePlus 5T.
  6. Install TWRP custom recovery on your OnePlus 5T.
  7. Follow this guide carefully.

How to Root OnePlus 5T [Magisk and SuperSU]

  1. Download Magisk.zip file or SuperSU.zip file.
  2. I’m assuming that you are coming from a TWRP recovery installation post here. We only have to root the phone for now.
  3. Now that your phone is in the TWRP recovery mode, swipe the screen to allow system modifications.
  4. Now choose the language in TWRP recovery and then tap Never show this screen on boot again. Swipe to allow modifications now.
  5. Connect your phone to your computer and copy SuperSU or Magisk over the MTP mode.
  6. Now in TWRP, tap Install > locate and select SuperSU or Magisk. This choice totally depends on you.
  7. Once again swipe to confirm flash.
  8. Once done, get back to home-screen in TWRP and tap Reboot > System.

Once your phone boots up, you will find it rooted. You can now verify root access using root checker application.

Root Snapdragon Galaxy Note 8 with SamFAIL

Samsung Galaxy smartphones are becoming a hard nut to crack. Every time Samsung releases a new phone, it makes the system very safe and secure which makes it almost impossible for the developers to root it. Rooting the Exynos variants of phones is relatively easy. The problem comes with the Snapdragon variants. Luckily, things were not the same this time. The Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Galaxy Note 8 has already been rooted. The root has been made possible with a small utility called SamFAIL. This rooting tool has been named SamFAIL because it makes the use of a loophole in the system of Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s software and gains the root access. Root Snapdragon Galaxy Note 8

There are a few pros and cons of this root method. We will discuss the pros first. This root doesn’t break anything on your Galaxy Note 8. It doesn’t modify the Knox counter on your phone, which means the count will stay at 0x0. The developers have modified a boot image of the system to make this root possible. The modified boot image is a part of a firmware that you will have to flash on your phone. In case you want to unroot your phone, you can flash a stock firmware any time and it will immediately restore your phone back to its factory state. Installing new firmware will not touch the Knox counter either.

As far as the cons are concerned, the modified boot system image breaks Safety Net. Now this change in the Safety Net restricts the battery life of the phone to 80%. According to some users, this 80% is only a visual error, the battery itself is at 100% actually. We can’t be exactly sure of this, however, as long as the root is working, it shouldn’t really matter to the Android power users. This also keeps the Magisk away from the phone. You will be having a rooted Galaxy Note 8 without Magisk this time.

Users can root all Snapdragon variants of the Galaxy Note 8. These variants include the At&t, Sprint, T-Mobile, USCellular, Verizon and XAA Galaxy Note 8 handsets. Let’s proceed over to the method to root Galaxy Note 8 with Snapdragon CPUs.

Before rooting your phone, you have to backup everything including your SMS Messages, Contacts, Call Logs and Media content. The method will wipe your phone in between. Backing up your data is important so that you do not lose it as a result of rooting it. Although this method doesn’t void Knox and disturb the warranty of your phone, it is still important to keep in mind that this is a highly custom method. It has the risk of bricking your phone. You need to proceed at your own risk.

Downloads

  1. N8_SamFAIL_System.zip
  2. N8_SamFAIL_Firmware.zip
  3. Download Latest Odin 3.12.4/Odin 3.12.5 for Samsung

Download CSC file according to your phone:

  1. AT&T CSC
  2. Sprint CSC
  3. T-Mobile CSC
  4. USCellular CSC
  5. Verizon CSC
  6. XAA CSC

Download fsck.ext4.

Instructions to Root Snapdragon Galaxy Note 8 with SamFAIL

Step# 1 

  1. Unzip the N8_SamFAIL_System.zip file. This file has the pre-rooted System.tar and the PIT file for the Note 8.
  2. Extract downloaded Odin and open the Odin3.exe file.
  3. Now put your Galaxy Note 8 in download mode. To do this, turn off your Note 8. Turn it on by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Bixby button. As your phone goes into the Download Mode, connect it to your PC.
  4. Odin3 will show a successful connection by displaying a blue light in the ID:COM box.
  5. Now click on the AP tab in Odin and select the pre-rooted System.tar file.
  6. Click on the PIT tab > PIT > Select the PIT file that you got with the firmware.
  7. Now in Odin, go to options and select Auto Reboot, F.Reset Time.
  8. After making sure that you have selected the files and options correctly, click on the START button.
  9. Odin will now begin flashing the firmware on your phone. In the first go, Odin will FAIL.
  10. Now without restarting or doing anything else on your phone, press and hold Volume Down + Home + Bixby button on your phone to take it back to Download Mode. If your phone says it’s an emergency mode, do not panic and let it be like that.
  11. Do not worry about Odin showing FAIL, just follow the instructions given below.

Step# 2

  1. Extract the downloaded N8_SamFAIL_Firwmare.zip file to get the BL, AP, and CP files for Odin.
  2. Download your appropriate CSC file.
  3. Click on the Reset button in Odin to clear everything.
  4. Now in Odin, click on the BL file and select the BL file here.
  5. Click on AP and select the AP file.
  6. Click on CP and select the CP file.
  7. Click on CSC and select the CSC file according to your phone.
  8. Go to options in Odin and select the Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time options. Do not touch any other option in Odin this time.
  9. Now that all the files and options are in place, your phone is connected in download mode, you are set to go ahead. Click the START button.
  10. This will flash all the files on your phone and it will reboot your phone into the recovery mode.
  11. If the screen shows “Failed to mount /system(Invalid Argument)”, you will have to follow this entire process from scratch. If you have followed the procedure properly in the first go, you will not face any such error.
  12. After your phone boots up, you can head over to the SuperSU. SuperSU will ask you to update the SU Binary. Select Normal method here and let it update the application. Another popup will come up to disable Knox now. Let SuperSU disable Knox as well. It will take a few tries before you can completely disable Knox. You are now rooted on a Snapdragon Galaxy Note 8. That was all.

That was all. We hope that you found this guide helpful. For further information, you can check the original SamFAIL thread. In case you have got any queries, you can reach us out through the comments section.

Easiest Method To Root Galaxy Note 8 with SuperSU/Magisk

Want to root your Galaxy Note 8 with the easiest possible method? Here it is now. Here’s the easiest method to root Galaxy Note 8 either with the SuperSU or the Magisk tool.

Galaxy Note 8 has been doing pretty great for Samsung. The Note 8 has successfully undone all the damage that was caused to the reputation of the South Korean giant after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year. The Note 8 comes with a huge 6.3-inch edge-edge display. We can find the WQHD+ resolution on the phone. Galaxy Note 8 is a house to a RAM of 6 GB and 64 GB internal storage. The Note 8 has a dual-rear camera setup with dual-OIS. Dual OIS sets the Galaxy Note 8’s camera ahead of all the competition at the moment. Galaxy Note 8 has its iconic S-Pen located at the bottom. This phone runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. Note 8 will be the first phone to get Android Oreo update as well.

Android developers have been keeping an eye on the Galaxy Note 8 for quite a while. They were eager to get their hands on the phone and start modifying it. It didn’t take too long for the developers to release the TWRP recovery for the Note 8. The phone has been already rooted as well. A new method to root the Galaxy Note 8 is available now which doesn’t require flashing the no-verity file in order to disable encryption. The traditional root method i.e. flashing a custom recovery and then flashing SuperSU will now work on your all new Galaxy Note 8. Here’s a step by step guide to root your Galaxy Note 8 using SuperSU or the Magisk root tool.

Easiest Method To Root Galaxy Note 8 with SuperSU/Magisk

  1. This guide is only for the Exynos Galaxy Note 8. You can check the model number of your Note 8 here.
  2. Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlocking on your phone.
  3. Backup everything since this process requires formatting your phone during the process.
  4. This process is custom and it will void the warranty of your phone. Make sure that you’re taking this risk on your own.
  5. Follow this guide carefully.

Required downloads and installations

  1. Download and install Samsung USB Drivers
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.15
  3. Download TWRP Recovery for your Galaxy Note 8
  4. Download SuperSu or Magisk and copy it to your phone’s external SD card.

Tutorial to root Note 8 now

  1. Open Odin3 3.12.15.exe on your computer.
  2. In Odin, click on the AP tab and select the TWRP Recovery file.
  3. Now in Odin, go to options and make sure that the only option checked is the F.Reset Time. No other options should be checked here.
  4. Put your Galaxy Note 8 in download mode now. To do so, turn it off first. Now turn it on by pressing and holding Volume Down + Bixby + Power Key. Your phone will be in download mode in a minute.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. Let Odin3 recognise your phone. Once Odin detects your Note 8, it will turn the ID:COM box blue.
  6. Click on the Start button in Odin now.
  7. Odin will start flashing TWRP recovery on your phone now. After the recovery flashing comes to an end, disconnect your phone and do not restart it.
  8. Now press and hold Volume Down + Bixby + Power Key, as soon as the screen goes black, switch from Volume Down key to Volume Up key.
  9. This will now take you to the TWRP recovery, slide through swipe to allow modifications.
  10. Now tap Wipe > Format Data > Type “Yes” to confirm. This will erase your phone’s internal storage and data.
  11. Get back to the main menu in TWRP and tap Reboot > Recovery.
  12. As you boot into TWRP again, tap Install > Locate and select SuperSU or Magisk > Swipe to confirm flash.
  13. After flashing the file, reboot the system and install a root checker to check root. That’s all.

That’s all with this method. Got any problems? Don’t worry. Write us in the comments section below.

How To Root S8 Plus via CF Auto Root

The bigger Galaxy S8 known as the Galaxy S8 Plus can be rooted easily via CF Auto Root now. Chainfire released the new version of CF Auto Root a few days ago. The new Auto Root supports all Samsung Galaxy smartphones running Android Nougat. Earlier, it wasn’t possible to root Galaxy smartphones to root on Android Nougat with the help of CF Auto Root. The new security features of Android 7.0 Nougat restricted the Auto Root utility.Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

CF Auto Root is the standalone root utility. It doesn’t install TWRP recovery on your phone. Flashing this file will only root the phone. You can flash it using Samsung’s flash tool named Odin. CF Auto Root works perfectly well on almost all the Exynos-powered variants of the Galaxy S8 Plus and the Galaxy S8 Plus as well.

Galaxy S8 Plus owners, who have been looking for the easiest method to root their device have their chance now. In order to root S8 Plus via CF Auto Root, follow the easy steps given in this guide.

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy S8 Plus via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy S8 Plus G955F, G955FD, G955U, G955N and G955W running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root S8 Plus via CF Auto Root

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into the system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone keeps giving you a notification about an unauthorized activity going on, simply open the SuperSU app in your phone. SuperSU will tell you to disable Samsung Knox. Let SuperSU disable Samsung Knox and the unauthorized activity notification will go away right after that.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify, and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

How to Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

Samsung Galaxy S8 is the most powerful smartphone that Samsung has ever produced. Galaxy S8 enchants a gorgeous design in a very intact build. Samsung has managed to make this smartphone immensely beautiful and equipped it with the top-notch hardware. Galaxy S8 is out almost all across the globe now. You can get your hands on this smartphone from your nearby market. After you get this phone, you will find it running on Android Nougat out of the box.Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

Once the Galaxy S8 made it to the consumers, it merely took a week for developers to start modifying this device. If modified, Galaxy S8 is a pure beast. The phone was blessed with a TWRP recovery and rooted using Magisk module within a few days after its release in the hands of the public. The initial method that made the users achieve root and install TWRP recovery contained slight complications. Users had to go through a lengthy method to successfully flash TWRP and root the phone. The traditional method of rooting Samsung Galaxy smartphones using CF Auto Root wasn’t available because of the security features in the new Android firmware.

Users who have an idea of how CF Auto Root works, they must have missed this tool for their S8. They can cheer up now as the good thing has finally happened. Chainfire has updated the CF Auto Root for a handful of Galaxy smartphones running Android Nougat. The list of lucky devices includes Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus as well. If you own one of these smartphones, you can root it right away using the easiest method to root an Android smartphone.

Flashing CF Auto Root is a 2 minutes process. You can flash it on the Exynos variants of the Samsung Galaxy S8. Follow the instructions coming your way to root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root.

 

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy S8 via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy S8 G950F, G950FD, G950U, G950N and G950W running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into the system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone keeps giving you a notification about an unauthorized activity going on, simply open the SuperSU app in your phone. SuperSU will tell you to disable Samsung Knox. Let SuperSU disable Samsung Knox and the unauthorized activity notification will go away right after that.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

Root your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with CF Auto Root

Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, the elder brother of the Galaxy S6 is a great device to pick up. The big screen is good for the users who want a device like a Galaxy Note without an S-Pen. Galaxy S6 Edge equipped same design/build and specifications as that of the Galaxy S6 Edge. The only difference was in the display department of the phone. Galaxy S6 Edge Plus was found running on Android Lollipop out of the box. This phone was very easy to modify in the good old days. The bad things in the world of Android development started happening when the phone was updated to Android Marshmallow. It became relatively difficult to perform any sort of customization on the phone.Root your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has now joined the Nougat league. The phone enjoys all the new goodies rolled out by Google and Samsung together. If you own a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus running on Android Nougat and you haven’t rooted it, you are not unleashing the true potential of this device. Rooting this phone on Nougat has been made a lot easier now. Chainfire has released his famous CF Auto Root for the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus now. The Auto Root utility was updated for all the Galaxy smartphones running Android Nougat. It took a while for the developer to roll out this update because of the new security features in Android OS.

CF Auto Root is the most convenient method to root any Android smartphone. On a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, you can flash it using Odin. It works on the Exynos variant of this device. Let’s have a look on the steps to root your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus using CF Auto Root.

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus G9287C, G928C, G928S, G928K, G928L, G928P, G928F, G928W8 running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with CF Auto Root

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into the system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone keeps giving you a notification about an unauthorized activity going on, simply open the SuperSU app in your phone. SuperSU will tell you to disable Samsung Knox. Let SuperSU disable Samsung Knox and the unauthorized activity notification will go away right after that.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

Root Galaxy Note 5 Nougat using CF Auto Root

Galaxy Note 5, without a doubt, is the best Note device Samsung ever produced. Galaxy Note 5 carries Samsung’s new design language. Note 5 carried to the top of the line features when it came out. This phone was released while running on Android Lollipop out of the box. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is also among the devices which have been blessed by a plethora of custom ROMs and MODs. To modify any device, you need two things; the Custom Recovery and Root access. As long as the phone was running on Android Lollipop, it was always easy to tear apart the official boundaries and modify it. Things got a bit difficult when the phone updated to Android Marshmallow and then the Android Nougat.

Chainfire, the force behind SuperSU and CF Auto Root finally came out with the announcement of CF Auto Root being updated for Android Nougat. It is now easily possible to root Galaxy Note 5 running Android Nougat using CF Auto Root. It works for almost all the Galaxy Note 5 Exynos variants. The only thing Galaxy Note 5 owners need is a Note 5 device, Odin tool and the CF Auto Root file for their device.

CF Auto Root only roots the device. If you wish to install TWRP recovery, you need to flash that separately. Earlier, the methods required the TWRP recovery to root the device. If you don’t want a TWRP anymore, you can simply flash the CF Auto Root and stick only with the root access on your device.

It’s time for us to go ahead and root Galaxy Note 5 Nougat using CF Auto Root.

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy Note 5 via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy Note 5 N9208, N920C, N920G, N920K, N920L, N920P, N920S, N920T, N920W8 running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root Galaxy Note 5 Nougat

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into the system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone keeps giving you a notification about an unauthorized activity going on, simply open the SuperSU app in your phone. SuperSU will tell you to disable Samsung Knox. Let SuperSU disable Samsung Knox and the unauthorized activity notification will go away right after that.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

Root Galaxy S6 on Android Nougat via CF Auto Root

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are the two devices which helped Samsung to gain all its lost respect. With these devices, Samsung launched its brand new design and build. These devices ran on Android Lollipop out of the box. Back in the year 2015, when these devices were running on Lollipop, it was very easy to modify and tweak these phones. Tools like CF Auto Root, Kingroot, and many others made its possible to root these phones in one or two clicks. These utilities stopped working when these phones were updated to Android Marshmallow.Root Galaxy S6 on Android Nougat

The primary reason behind this fallback was the introduction of new security features in the Android ecosystem. The security got better with Android Nougat and made it more difficult for power users to root their phones. It was possible to tweak the phones, but the methods were more than complex which kept a lot of users from rooting their phones.

It is now once again possible to modify your phone with the ease of access. CF Auto Root for Galaxy smartphones running Nougat is here. Chainfire just updated Auto Root for all the Android phones running Android Nougat. You can now flash it on your S6 or S6 Edge to root them right away. Flashing it is easy. You need Samsung’s Odin tool and then follow a few steps to root your phone.

Our target, for now, is the Galaxy S6. CF Auto Root will help you to Root Galaxy S6 on Android Nougat. This tool works on all Galaxy S6 Exynos variants.

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy S6 via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy S6 G920F, G920K, G920L, G920P, G920S, G920V running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root Galaxy S6 on Android Nougat

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into the system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone keeps giving you a notification about an unauthorized activity going on, simply open the SuperSU app in your phone. SuperSU will tell you to disable Samsung Knox. Let SuperSU disable Samsung Knox and the unauthorized activity notification will go away right after that.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

Root Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat using CF Auto Root

Galaxy S6 Edge was updated to Android Nougat very recently. This device is now enjoying all the new goodies that Google introduced in Android Nougat. Galaxy S6 Edge started its journey while running on Android Lollipop. In the good old days of Android Lollipop, it was easily possible to root this phone using CF Auto Root. With the arrival of Android Marshmallow, things got slightly difficult. It became nearly impossible to root the phone. The methods involved a lot of complications. With the release of Nougat for the S6 Edge, things got tougher. It is still possible to root S6 Edge on Nougat, but the method may not seem easy to an average Android user.Root Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat

A very good news landed in from the camp of XDA developers just today. Chainfire, the Root-God has updated his famous CF Auto Root utility to work with Android Nougat devices. It took a lot of time for this development to happen, but the wait is totally worth it. CF Auto Root can now easily root any Samsung Galaxy smartphone running Android 7.0 Nougat. If you haven’t rooted your S6 Edge yet just because you were afraid of following those lengthy methods, it is the perfect time for you to do it now.

CF Auto Root can be flashed/installed on almost all the Exynos variants of the Galaxy S6 Edge. A guide with some easy-to-follow steps is given below which illustrates how to root Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat using CF Auto Root.

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy S6 Edge via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy S6 Edge G925F, G925K, G925L, G925P, G925S, G925V, G925W8 running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

Root S7 Edge Android Nougat via CF Auto Root

Recently, Samsung updated the Galaxy flagship devices to Android Nougat. With the new firmware out, it became a lot more difficult for Android power users to gain root access on their device. This happened because of enhanced security of the Android OS by Google. The Galaxy S7 Edge also joined this league of difficult-to-root devices. This phone was easier to root on the Android Marshmallow.

Before the Android Marshmallow firmware, it was always easy to root the phones using Chainfire’s CF Auto Root. This little utility made it possible for the Galaxy smartphone users to flash the Auto Root using Odin and root the phone within no time. CF Auto Root became a thing of past when Google introduced new security features in the Android OS. The development, however, was still alive. The best thing in the world of Android just happened. Good news came from the house of Chainfire when he announced that CF Auto Root has been updated and now it is possible to root almost all compatible Android smartphones running Android Nougat.

No matter what Samsung Galaxy device you are using on Android Nougat, you can now root it using CF Auto Root. For this matter, you can download the CF Auto Root for your smartphone and then follow the instructions given below to root your device without wasting any further time.

Since this guide is about the Galaxy S7 Edge, we will now learn to root S7 Edge Android Nougat. This guide is applicable on all Exynos-powered variants of the Galaxy S7 Edge.

Read Carefully: Rooting your Galaxy S7 Edge via CF Auto Root will void its warranty and also trip the Knox counter. After you root your phone, you will trigger the dm-verity verification. To bypass this, you must factory reset your phone and it will wipe your phone’s internal storage. It is very important to backup all your data before you root your phone. In the case of any kind of mishap, Root-Android and the Root developer may not be held responsible. Make sure that you understand the risks involved in the rooting process. You are going to do it at your own risk.

Preparation

  1. With this guide, you can use your Galaxy S7 Edge G9350, G935F, G935K, G935L, G935P, G935R4, G935S, G935T, G935U, G935V, G935W8 running Android Nougat. Do not use this on any other device. Verify your device’s model number by going into settings > about device section.
  2. Charge your phone up to 50% to ensure power supply during flashing process.
  3. Backup your important contacts, call logs, SMS messages. Copy your media content to your PC. You can also sync your contacts with your Gmail account. Do not ignore this step as you will have to factory reset your device after rooting it.
  4. Enable OEM Unlocking and USB debugging mode on your phone.
  5. Use OEM data cable to connect your phone to your PC.
  6. Disable Samsung Kies and Windows Firewall while using Odin.
  7. Follow rest of the instructions carefully.

Required downloads

  1. Download and install Samsung USB drivers.
  2. Download and extract Odin 3.12.5.
  3. Download and extract CF Auto Root according to your device

After extracting the downloaded file, you will get an Auto Root.tar file for your device.

Root S7 Edge Android Nougat

  1. Open Odin 3.12.5.exe on your computer.
  2. Click on the AP tab in Odin.
  3. Select the CF Auto Root.tar.md5 file that you just downloaded for your phone.
  4. Put your phone in download mode now by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power Key for a while.
  5. Connect your phone to your PC now. As soon as the connection happens, the ID:COM box in Odin will turn blue. You will see the Added status in the logs box in Odin.
  6. Click on the Options button in Odin. Make sure that the only option ticked is F.Reset.Time. No other option should be checked.
  7. Now that you are all set for flashing Auto Root, click on the Start button in Odin and sit back for a while.
  8. It will take a minute at max for CF Auto Root to flash. Once the flashing PASSES, disconnect your phone and reboot it manually. You can press the Volume Up + Down + Power key for a while to reboot the phone.
  9. As your phone boots up, it will show you a warning that DM-Verity has been triggered and you need to RESET your device. RESET the device in order to boot into system. If the phone doesn’t ask for you to RESET the device, just boot the phone into system. Skip this step in that case.
  10. Once you RESET it, it will take you to the system. You can now install Root Checker to verify root access. That’s all.

If your phone is taking too long to boot up, you can boot into the recovery mode and wipe its cache partition. If the phone still takes long, boot into the recovery mode again and perform a factory data reset. Don’t worry about factory resetting your device as it’s going to make you hard reset your device anyway. It can take up to 10 minutes for your phone to boot up. Keep patience while it is preparing the phone.

Conclusion

So that’s how we rooted the phone using the easiest root procedure. You can now start enhancing your device. On a rooted phone, you can use applications like Titanium Backup, Greenify, and many others. You can also enhance the battery life of your phone using the applications which require root first. It’s time to make the best out of your rooted Android smartphone. Best of luck!

How to Flash SuperSU using TWRP recovery to Root Android

Although TWRP recovery has a lot of options maximizing the modification of an Android device, but its most common use is to root a phone. If a TWRP recovery solution is available for an Android smartphone, chances are, this device can be easily rooted using a SuperSU.zip file. Flashing SuperSU in TWRP recovery is the most common and most popular rooting method in the world of Android. There are many other root solutions like One Click Root Tools, Root Applications, Rooting scripts, but the SuperSU method happens to be traditional.How to Flash SuperSU using TWRP recovery to Root Android

To flash SuperSU in the TWRP recovery, the recovery must be compatible with the device and it must have the modifications allowed. If the TWRP recovery is not fully compatible with your phone, flashing SuperSU will not let it gain root access. The only struggle you have to go through is to find the latest version of TWRP recovery for your phone, install it and then you are just one step away from rooting it.

Assuming that you have already found and installed TWRP on your phone and now you are looking for a way to root the phone, we are ready to take a look at how SuperSU.zip can be installed. Here are a few, easy-to-follow steps to flash SuperSU using TWRP recovery to Root Android.

Warning: Rooting your phone voids its warranty. Root your phone at your own risk.

How to Flash SuperSU using TWRP recovery to Root Android

  1. Download and install latest TWRP recovery on your phone.
  2. Download the latest SuperSU.zip file and copy it to your phone’s internal or external storage.
  3. Now boot your phone in the TWRP recovery mode.
  4. In TWRP, tap Install > Install Zip > Locate the SuperSU.zip file where you copied it.
  5. Select the file > Swipe to confirm flash.
  6. As SuperSU.zip flashing ends, reboot your device into the system.
  7. Once your phone boots up, check SuperSU in the application drawer.
  8. Your phone is now rooted, you can verify root access using Root Checker.

Do check out: How to install Magisk Systemless Interface on Android

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How to Root LG G Watch W100 with Magisk

Smartwatches are taking over ordinary watches. Manufacturers like LG and Samsung release a few watches every year. With each new watch coming out, we witness massive improvements. LG’s has its G Watch series and under the G Watch, it has a handful smart watches. The LG G Watch W100 is also one of them. This watch comes equipped with a 1.65″ IPS LCD, 9 Axis Accelerometer, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 400 mAh battery. On top of these specficcations runs the Android Wear.

Smartwatches are a great accessory for the users who are deeply concerned about their every day life. But if you are an Android enthusiast, there is a lot more your smartwatch can do rather then just showing you the time or monitoring your health. This starts with the root access on the watch. Back in the day when we had the Samsung Galaxy Gear, the watch was rooted and it had a TWRP recovery released as well. It was possible to flash a custom ROM on the watch, and then play games and install custom launchers on it as well. This was not possible on the stock firmware of the watch, but thanks to recovery and root access which helped users to discover the true potential of Galaxy Gear.

Now for the LG G Watch, we do have the reocvery and we do have the method to root the watch. This means we are about to see a lot of goodies for the watch and in near future, we will be able to unlock its power completely. The LG G Watch W100 can be rooted using Magisk, which means the root has been achieved systemlessly.

Rooting the watch will void its warranty. You are going to do it at your own risk. In case of a mishap, Root-Android or the recovery/root developer may not be held responsible. Let’s go through the pre-requisites and then head towards the instructions to Root LG G Watch W100 using Magisk.

Root LG G Watch W100

  1. Download twrp-3.0.0-0-dory+squashfs.img file rename the downloaded file to recovery.img.
  2. Download dory-localprop-and-magisk-manager.zip 
  3. Download latest Magisk zip file.

 

  1. Download and install Mininaml ADB and Fastboot on your PC, while installing it, check “Create a desktop icon”.
  2. Open the Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder from Program Files > x86 in your installation drive and copy twrp-3.0.0-0-dory+sqaushfs.img that you renamed as recovery.img file in it.
  3. Copy the latest Magisk.zip file to this Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder as well.
  4. Also copy the dory-localprop-and-magisk-manager.zip to the Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder.
  5. First of all, you need to unlock the bootloader of your watch. To do this, go to Settings > About > tap the build number for 7 times. Now get back to the main menu in settings and open Developer options > enable ADB debugging.
  6. Put your LG G Watch in its cradle and connect the USB cable to your PC.
  7. Now from the Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder, open the MAF32.exe file. Alternatively, you can also open the Minimal ADB and Fastboot.exe from yours desktop if you created a desktop icon.
  8. A command window will open up now, in the command window, enter the following commands one by one.
    1. adb reboot bootloader 
      1. hit enter.
  9. Watch will ask you to allow usb debugging, allow it now.
    1. fastboot boot recovery.img
      1. hit enter.
    2. adb push Magisk-vXX.zip /sdcard/
      1. hit enter.
    3. adb push dory-localprop-and-magisk-manager.zip /sdcard/
      1. hit enter.
  10. Now boot into TWRP recovery and tap Install > Install zip > find Magisk-vXX.zip and then swipe to flash it.
  11. Once done, once again tap Install > Install Zip > find dory-localprop-and-magisk-manager.zip, select it and then swipe to flash it.
  12. Reboot to system now.
  13. On your watch, open the Magisk Manager App and tap the three-dotted line to bring up the menu. Scroll down and locate settings. Under settings, locate and enable Enable Magisk Hide.

How to unroot LG G Watch G100

In case something goes wrong with the watch, you can immediately unroot your device. Here is how you can do that.

  1. Download boot.img stock recovery file.
  2. Download  twrp-3.0.0-0-dory+squashfs.img file and rename this file to recovery.img.
  3. Download latest Magisk Uninstaller.zip file.
  1. Copy all these files to Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder just like you did above.
  2. Now open the MAF32.exe just like you did above as well and enter the following commands once by one.
    1. adb reboot bootloader
      1. hit enter
    2. fastboot boot recovery.img
      1. hit enter. This will boot your device into TWRP recovery.
    3. adb push magisk-uninstall-XX.zip /sdcard/magisk-uninstaller.zip
      1. hit enter.
    4. Now in TWRP, tap Install > Install Zip > find the magisk-uinstaller.zip > select it and then swipe to flash.
      1. Now again in the command window, enter the following commands
    5. adb shell “rm /data/local.prop”
      1. hit enter.
    6. adb reboot
      1. hit enter.
    7. Once the watch boots into system, enter the following command
    8. adb uninstall com.topjohnwu.magisk
      1. hit enter.
  3. That’s all.

Credits: TheDevFreak