How To Guide Root Galaxy A22 SM-A225F Android 11

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Cheese-ass

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How to Root:

1. Unlock Bootloader
Boot to Downloadmode
On first screen press and hold volume up button until unlock screen appears

2.Flash my Magisk-prepatched boot.img with Odin
In Odin first untick the autoreboot
press on AP, select my customboot.tar and press Start
Dont Reboot !!!! You need to Factory Format or it will bootloop so turn device off and reboot to recovery and make factory reset


3.Reboot

Attention !!! I made my own Kernel for this customboot.tar The device Starts with Selinux Permissive so only use it if you know what you do here

Viper4Android is working with my Kernel

to make your own patched boot.img download stockboot.tar extract it with 7zip and patch the extracted .img on your Phone ....than pack the patched img as .tar and flash it with odin
 

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hi, can you or someone explain more carefully?

how to unlock bootloader? how to flash that magisk prepated boot.img? what is odin and where do I get it?



do I need my own kernel for this customboot.tar? Also, what is customboot.tar and where do I download it?

Please, we need something much more clear.
 

Cheese-ass

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hi, can you or someone explain more carefully?

how to unlock bootloader? how to flash that magisk prepated boot.img? what is odin and where do I get it?



do I need my own kernel for this customboot.tar? Also, what is customboot.tar and where do I download it?

Please, we need something much more clear.
take a look under Attachments there you can download stock and custom.tar
 

dimitrov94

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Hi there! I have couple ( 4 pcs) of Samsung Galaxy A22(SM-A225F) 4G 64gb devices. I successfully flashed and root two of them, but the other two no. Both phones where i succeeded with flash and root have spec: AP: A225FXXU1AUG1, CP:A225FXXU1AUF5, CSC:A225F0LE1AUG1. The other two I bricked are with AP:A225FXXU2AUH1, CP:A225FXXU2AUH1, CSC: A225F0XM2AUH4. The problem is that the two bricked phones worked but missing IMEI and baseband connection also when i check wit *#1234# the CP is missing. How can I restore my phones to work?
 
Hi there! I have couple ( 4 pcs) of Samsung Galaxy A22(SM-A225F) 4G 64gb devices. I successfully flashed and root two of them, but the other two no. Both phones where i succeeded with flash and root have spec: AP: A225FXXU1AUG1, CP:A225FXXU1AUF5, CSC:A225F0LE1AUG1. The other two I bricked are with AP:A225FXXU2AUH1, CP:A225FXXU2AUH1, CSC: A225F0XM2AUH4. The problem is that the two bricked phones worked but missing IMEI and baseband connection also when i check wit *#1234# the CP is missing. How can I restore my phones to work?
Try to flash stock from this website. If the IMEI is still gone, re-partition and maybe even select NAND Erase. That's how I restored IMEI on my device.
 

zborce

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Successful Root!!!!
 

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AguxOne

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Hi i have a few questions:
- Why do you uploaded stockboot.tar? Is that the original boot.img in case we want to go back to the original unrooted?
- Can this root method be model dependent? Mine is SM-A225MZKEARO , not the global version, and it has NFC; can it loose functionality by applying your image?
- Does this root method bypasses SafetyNet?
Thanks in advance, great work.
 

dronkit

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Try to flash stock from this website. If the IMEI is still gone, re-partition and maybe even select NAND Erase. That's how I restored IMEI on my device.
I have this same problem but on an A32.
I would try re-partitioning and maybe NAND erase as you say, but:

- do I need the PIT file later?
- doesn't that finish erasing the nvram, efs or whatever contains the IMEI information and finish killing the phone capabilities?

Tanks!
 

dronkit

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Fixed it on the a32, working so far