How To Root Realme 3 Pro – Android 10 – Realme UI Using TWRP And Install Magisk

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Most mobile users with custom skins have always liked stock Android-based ROMs. To use custom ROMs, you need Root access and custom recovery. Compared to other phones, the hardware of the Realme phone is excellent. So when an organization tries to match value with hardware, they always compromise in software. The Realme UI is beneficial, but it’s not so good …

[Android 10] Root Samsung Galaxy J8 SM-J810F/G/M/Y – Using Sky Hawk Recovery And Magisk

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In the old days, we root our mobile to get rid of bloatware apps and improve performance slightly. Due to the fashionable specs, we don’t have to do those tasks. Whether or not mobile manufacturers heavily installed bloatware apps, it won’t affect our daily performance. But developers to start releasing a number of the useful apps that need root access. …

[Android 10] Root Samsung Galaxy S20 Exynos SM-G980F – Using TWRP And Magisk

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Even if International Exynos processor Samsung mobiles don’t seem to be welcome by some users, The good thing about having International variants is it’s not bootloader locked, and you’ll root your mobile as was common to compare with other variants. Also, you may receive fast OTA updates. Samsung Galaxy S20 International variant G980F comes with an Exynos processor. Thus we …

[Android 10 ] Root Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Exynos SM-N960F/N – Using TWRP And Magisk

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Everybody has their stories to Root. The more significant part of them favors Root since some selective applications require root consents. Indeed, even as Mobile makers give a valiant effort to think of choices, they can’t beat local applications’ usefulness. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has One UI 2.0 dependent on Android 10. Contrasted and past renditions; One UI 2.0 is …

[Android 10] Root Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Exynos SM-G965F/N Using TWRP And Magisk

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Most Samsung users always root their mobile devices for various reasons, such as custom ROMs and the Bloatware app not installed. Apart from this for manual optimization, You don’t need Root. Modern operating systems can optimize themselves with some tweaks. When you want to remove Knox based apps, You don’t need Root. You will use the ADB method to disable …

How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Plus Snapdragon SM-N9700/N9750 Android 10 Using TWRP And Magisk

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The days where you would like to Root your mobile to induce little power enhancement are over. The new mobiles always come with powerful specs that you don’t need root to spice up your mobile performance. But the foundation process isn’t still about the performance. The general public usually rooted their mobile device to use certain apps that required Senior …

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S9 Exynos SM-G960F/N Android 10 Using TWRP And Magisk

Samsung has always treated the “S” series well because they’re the highest mobile phones. This series is typically a previous software update compared to other series. The Samsung Galaxy S9 has an Oreo version. Whether it is a two-year-old device or not, the phone’s hardware can compete with some Flagship phones. Samsung has released One UI 2.0 for S9. Compared …