How To Root Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace SM-J110F/G/H/L/M KitKat, Lollipop Using TWRP And Magisk

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When you are a large supplier for a specific component, and you furthermore may making smartphones, you may highlight the particular element. Samsung is one in all the most straightforward Display manufacturers within the industry. So, In most of the mobiles, Samsung always puts AMOLED screens. Whether or not Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace could be a budget mobile, and most of the manufacturers always pout LCD screens in budget mobiles, Samsung release it with AMOLED screen. Aside from the display, it’s starting level specs. It comes with a KitKat version. Only the “M” variant got a lollipop update. Because of hardware limits, we can’t expect much performance by rooting. But after you must remove bloatware apps or want to use Root apps, you’ll be able to Root Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace using the below method.

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How-To-Root-Samsung-Galaxy-J1-Ace

If you are a developer or a regular Root app user, then the good news is we already have TWRP. So you will try a lot of custom ROMs and possibly reach all the original levels.

Since Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace could be the KitKat version, we can root just like the Old method. We want to enable OEM unlock. It’s just an extra step. This method relies on TWRP so we can expect a high success rate.

Why Should You Root The Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace Version?

If you’re visiting root your mobile, you need to have a good reason. Yes, Samsung has stopped updating your device regularly. However, you must have a solid idea for rooting.

Samsung KitKat software has been optimized for Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace. Since it is limited in hardware, when you try and install other ROMs, it will not be compatible with the device. You have over 1 GB RAM and mid-range Quad-Core processor to use everyday apps without lag.

You will be using this device at the same time for many years until Samsung messes with some Bloatware. But beyond that, this reason doesn’t go; Once you feel lag due to some bloatware apps and you want to remove them, then you will root your mobile device and uninstall those apps.

But if you are having root access because everyone is doing it, I advise you, don’t root if you don’t have any experience yet. For the casual user, It can become a Nightmare.

How To Root Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace KitKat, Lollipop, And Install Magisk Manager? (SM-J110F, SM-J110G, SM-J110H, SM-J110L, SM-J110M)

Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace International variants include a versatile bootloader. This implies that the smartphone is easily rooted. Also, the device can accept to put in TWRP recovery or the other custom recovery file/app alike.

TWRP recovery can be a custom recovery file that must be installed on Samsung Galaxy devices as you should be able to root them successfully. In this article, we have explained the best method to follow and install TWRP recovery on Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace. However, the necessary tool to root this device is the Magisk App.

With the assistance of TWRP Recovery, you’ll be able to quickly install the most recent Magisk version onto your Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace for root access. Before sharing the guide, you would possibly want to grasp that, with TWRP recovery present on your device, you’ll be able to install any custom ROM or firmware easily. Does it seem complicated? Relax, everything is explained succinctly within the bullet.

Things To Check Out For;

  • Check your gadget model number.
  • You should Backup your present records and information Full Data Loss Process (spare them on outside capacity).
  • Introduce Latest Magisk Manager.
  • Ensure your gadget battery is above half
  • You can’t utilize Samsung Pay, Secured organizer, and some authority applications from Samsung.
  • You can’t refresh your firmware, to get new firmware you need to follow the underneath ventures with the most recent firmware.
  • Peruse the full instructional exercise before the procedure.

Pre-Requirement Steps

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Enabling-developer-option
  • Empower USB Debugging Mode and OEM Unlock on your portable. To do this; go to settings >>> about >>> Tap on the “Build Number” 7-10 times reliably to empower “Developer Options,” at that point go to the “Developer Options” and empower USB Debugging Mode and OEM Unlock. There is no complicated process in the Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace.
  • Download and install the Samsung USB driver to your computer system.
  • ODIN software (v3.04v3.06,v3.07,v3.09,v3.10.5, v3.10.6v3.11.1 , v3.11.2 ,v3.12.5 ( Nougat Android version), v3.12.7 (Oreo Android version), v3.13.1 (Pie Android version), v3.14.1 (Android 10 version),Modified Odin (Nougat/Oreo/Pie Android version), Prince Comsey Odin (Nougat/Oreo/Pie Android version) ).
  • Download Magisk.Zip (Download Latest Version) and required encryption disabling, Copy it to your Phone Memory. We need to disable flash encryption to avoid Boot Warnings in the future after the Root process.
  • Download and save the TWRP File. Select the correct TWRP file from Below. In theory, this TWRP can support Up to Nougat. But Samsung doesn’t release significant updates after Lollipop.
  • twrp-3.1.1-0-j1acelte.img.tar

Flash TWRP Using ODIN

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Samsung-Galaxy-J1-Ace-Download-Mode
  • Connect your USB cable to your PC. Turn off your device. Then enter Download mode. To do this, press and hold the Volume Down + Volume Up + Power buttons and connect your micro USB Cable.
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Samsung-J1-2016-Download-Mode-Warning-Screen
  • Press the Volume Up button to continue after you see the warning message.
  • Now, connect the Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace mobile to the computer via USB cable.
  • Launch the Odin app on your computer. If the device is detected by this app (Odin), it will show you a message that reads – added!
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ODIN-Added-Message

However, if the device is not connected correctly to your PC, you won’t see this message. Therefore, you are required to check the USB cable to see if it makes sense and reconnect the device.

  • After connecting the Samsung device, click on the PDA/PA button to browse/search and get the TWRP from where you saved it on your PC. Also, navigate to “options” and un-tick the Auto-Reboot.
Odin-Configure
Odin-Configure
  • Click on “Start”
  • Once the file is loaded onto the device, reboot your device.
  • You just installed TWRP on your Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace. If you have TWRP installed, do not turn on your mobile device. Immediately, go to the steps to install Magisk. Press Volume Down + Power to exit download mode. Quickly boot into recovery before first boot. Or else, you will lose TWRP.

Install Magisk, forced encryption disabler in your Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace using TWRP

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Samsung-Galaxy-J1-Ace-Recovbery-Mode
  • Boot it into recovery mode-> Volume Up + Home + Power button.
  • Now it will boot into TWRP recovery mode.
  • Select Wipe-> Advance Wipe-> Select Cache Data.
  • Go back to TWRP’s Home page and select Install.
  • Select Magisk.Zip.
  • After Reinstall, Navigate to Home and select Install. Select the required encryption to disable.
  • Once installed, please reboot your mobile phone.
  • You can also install Magisk.apk in your Mobile Application. We use mandatory encryption disabling to avoid boot loop issue after rooting. You can check your root status with Root Checker.

What More?

In my opinion, you don’t need to root your Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace unless you frequently experience freeze and lag issues. If you think you can improve performance by rooting; With Quad-Core processor and 1 GB RAM, your device can perform well within its hardware limit.

If you don’t know how much RAM you want, you can never use that much RAM. You should not Boot into Normal Operating System Boot, by pressing the utility button, after TWRP flashing. If you make the mistake of being prompted and boot into a regular OS, don’t worry, after setting everything up, flash TWRP again using ODIN.

If you root your device, due to the battery drain issue, you will be able to optimize your battery without rooting. When Bloatware applications are your problem, you will disable Bloatware applications with ADB command.

 

 

 

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