Samsung just released Galaxy S10 and all its variants including Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Samsung Galaxy S10e. Here we will show you how can you Install TWRP on Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10e using Magisk. It is an unofficial compilation of TWRP and has been previously patched with Magisk. That means that when you install these TWRP compilations, your device will be rooted automatically. Here is how to install TWRP on Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e.
- When you flash a custom recovery as TWRP, KNOX will be activated. That is, unless the laws of your country require Samsung to provide a guarantee regardless of the status of the software, your warranty will be void.
- You will no longer be able to install Samsung’s OTA updates and that includes the Android 8.0 Oreo update that Samsung has promised.
- The unofficial TWRP is not exactly error-free. Although it works well in most cases, there is some room for improvement.
Also, make sure that in the rare event that things go south, you are responsible for the responsibility. DroidViews is not responsible for anything that may or may not happen to your device while following the guide. That said, the method described below has been tested by users and found to work.
The following guide works for any Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 +, since the SoC that feeds it is an Exynos chip. But before you can install TWRP and get the benefits, you must make sure that your device ticks the following boxes.
- Your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10e should have an unlocked boot loader. Once you have unlocked the boot loader, log back in to the device. Be sure to connect the device to the Internet during the registration process, but skip the Google sign-in. In developer options, make sure the OEM unlock option is greyed out.
- Make sure that the device has at least 50% remaining battery before starting the process.
- You should already have the latest Samsung USB drivers installed on your PC.
- Also, make sure that OEM unlocks and USB Debugging has been enabled on your device. You can find both options in Settings> Developer options. Developer options can be enabled by going to Settings> About Phone and touching the compilation number several times.
- While using Odin3, disable Samsung Kies if you have it installed on your PC.
- It would be wise to make a backup of all your important data if necessary.
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TWRP downloads for Galaxy S10
Install TWRP recovery on Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10e
After downloading the required files from above, you are all ready to install TWRP on Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10e. You just have to follow the steps indicated below:
- Download TWRP for the Galaxy S10, S10 + or S10e from above.
- Download Odin and extract the contents of the zipper.
- Restart your phone to recovery mode.
- Turn it off
- Press Bixby + Volume up+ Power key.
- Factory reset the recovery device.
- Now start your phone in download mode. To do so, turn it off and then hold down the Bixby key and Volume down buttons together. While holding down the two buttons, press and hold the power button to turn on the device. Leave the keys once you see a message on the screen and press Upload the volume to start in download mode.
- Start Odin on your PC.
- Connect your phone to the PC with a USB cable and make sure the connection is not loose. the ID: COM port Odin should turn blue if your device is detected and you’ll see Extra! in the Login box. If not, check to see if you have the drivers installed correctly.
- Click on the AP in Odin and select the patched TWRP file from Magisk that you have previously downloaded.
- Make sure under the Options tab, Auto restart and F. Reset time The options are unchecked.
- Click on the start button in Odin to start the installation.
- ONE PASS! the message will appear once the installation is successful.
- Restart the device in recovery mode.
- Exit the download mode by pressing Power + Volume Down.
- As soon as the screen turns off, press Bixby + Increase the volume + Power key.
- Continue pressing the Volume up button until you see the value recovery menu.
- In TWRP, select Install and then select the zip file encryption disabled.
- Swipe down to flash the file.
- Go Restart and select Recovery to restart your device with the root of Magisk.
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