- Nov 6, 2007
flash with ODIN the stock firmware , after root install twrp and the my rom.
Install the latest stock firmware
Hello,Install the latest stock firmware
root your phone (see procedure in the first page or google)
Install the new rom
Hmm - I see - so not possible just simple update from 1.2 to 1.3? Without manual backing up and restore all apps/data/settings? Possible to make kind of 'updater' for this rom in the future? Or it is technically impossible...
here's a step-by-step guide to rooting your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE with Magisk and installing TWRP:I have an exynos, to wich twrp thread are you refering I only see this one :
I have tried to follow other long winded step-by-step guides and almost ended up throwing my phone out of a window like a Frisbee; then I followed your guide and got positive results first time. Many Thanks!here's a step-by-step guide to rooting your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE with Magisk and installing TWRP:
- Download the official ONE UI 5 firmware for your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE from samfw.com.
- Extract the downloaded ZIP file and transfer the AP file to your phone storage.
- On your phone, install Magisk.
- Open Magisk and click "Install" > "Select and patch a file" > choose the extracted AP file.
- Wait for Magisk to patch the AP file.
- Transfer the patched AP file to your PC.
- In Odin, insert the BL, CP, and CSC files that were extracted from the downloaded S20 FE firmware ZIP. Do not use the extracted AP file from the official firmware. Instead, use the AP file that was patched by Magisk.
- Make sure that your phone's bootloader is unlocked.
- Enter download mode on your phone.
- Connect your phone to your PC and click "Start" in Odin to begin the rooting process.
- If the process is successful, your phone is now rooted with Magisk.
- To install TWRP, insert it in ODIN's "AP" field, put your phone in download mode, and click "Start."
- If you're having trouble accessing TWRP recovery mode using the volume rocker and power button combination, you can open Magisk, click the reload-like button on the top right corner, and click "Reboot to recovery."