Make sure you have downloaded twrp patched with magisk or you have patched it yourself.N970F/DS here. The part where i flash TWRP and reboot it is i'm stuck. No matter what or how many flashes, reboot goes right into samsung splash screen and flash turns on for a sec and bootloops back to same. Any had this issue?
Make sure you have downloaded twrp patched with magisk or you have patched it yourself.
You need to keep holding volume up till you see twrp menu.
Other than this nothing specific stuff needed.
Did you enable "OEM Unlock" option in the Developer Options?
Hi dr.ketan. I've just ordered the N975F-D/S for using with T-Mobile in the USA.
1. Which Firmware (country/ language?) do I download for the rooting process?
2. Do/ should I flash the T-Mo CSC after?
Sorry to be a bit duh. I'm out of the rooting loop for a while.
Looks right. No. You don't turn it off again, it just gets greyed out after the data wipe and reboot. Is yours?
Have you followed "unlock bootloader in download mode" part?
Both of these. That's what I did. Holding just the volume button doesn't do anything.Just got my SM-975F today and proceeded to root. Everything went fine in ODIN and it passed but when I got here:
D. Factory reset & Boot with magisk
After disconnecting device, keep holding Vol down + Side key to exit from download mode.
Here is very important - when you see device reboot As soon as the screen turns off, immediately press Volume Up + Side Key to boot to recovery partition. continue pressing the volume up button until you see the stock recovery screen.
My question is do I keep holding the Volume up button AND side key or do I let go of the side key and just keep holding the Volume up button.
That part did not go right for me so now I have to flash stock all over again before I try again.
Before you move further, make clear that rooting device -
- Your warranty will be void
- Some of functions may not work on rooted device, some function may get back with un rooting, some may never.
- All your data on device will be lost
- Flashing custom binaries may brick (Usually soft but can be hard brick too) your device, so follow it on your own risk!
If you are ready with condition, move further -