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Aphriz

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I'm only used to using TWRP so I haven't done it any other way before, is there any easy methods to root the phone. I have tried with adb but I can never seem to copy files onto it.
 

djsubterrain

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You can follow my guide here or visit the thread linked above and use fastboot to boot from the rooted boot image. It's really not that difficult as long as you follow the directions properly.

You need to have unlocked your bootloader first but that's always the case.
 
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Jonas336ts

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Hi my friend you just need to unlock bootloader and flash magic zip with the help of fastboot link for magic is below the text. If you do not know how then I can just guide you. Install magic apk v22. Open settings and then select about phone, then press a lot of times where it says build number. Now open developer options and enable usb debugging, oem unlock and advance booting. Now hold down the power button, now comes any choice options select fastboot. Once you are booted into fastboot mode, connect your phone to your PC. Install adb and fastboot tools if you do not already have. Open the folder with fastboot and adb and then press at the top, write cmd. Now a cmd window will appear. Write (fastboot devices), to make sure your phone is connected properly. Now it's time to unlock bootloader. Write the following, (fastboot oem unlock) you now chess like success full unlocked. A warning will appear on your phone if you are sure you want to confirm unlocking. Press yes. (if your touch does not work then use the volume buttons to select up and down. Once you have selected, press the power button and done. Now your phone will reset itself. Set your phone quickly and from select frp lock. Activate fastboot again and open cmd with fastboot Flash now magically via fastboot and reboot.Enjoy your root.
 

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    No.
    You can follow my guide here or visit the thread linked above and use fastboot to boot from the rooted boot image. It's really not that difficult as long as you follow the directions properly.

    You need to have unlocked your bootloader first but that's always the case.