How To Root Galaxy Core Prime [Running on Android 4.4.4]

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Here we come with a working guide on how to root Galaxy Core Prime which is running on Android 4.4.4 OS. The Galaxy Core Prime is one of the best smartphones from Samsung which comes with a 4.5-inch touchscreen display. The smartphone is powered by 1.2 GHz Quad-core processor and it running out of the box on 4.4.4 KitKat. The Galaxy Core Prime is packed with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage, which is extendable with Micro SD Card up to 128GB. The device has 5 MP is the main camera and 2 MP camera in front.

So, if you are the user of this great phone and searching for a guide on how to root Galaxy Core Prime, then you are at right place. Today in this blog, we have a step by step guide for you on how to root Galaxy Core Prime. Rooting is the process through that you can get the admin rights of your phone or you can customize your device beyond the limits. Rooting is the way through that you can flash custom ROM, Mods, take Nandroid backup, Kernels and much more.

In order to root your Galaxy Core Prime, you must have an unlock bootloader first and also install latest TWRP custom recovery on your device. If you are Android users then you must listen about rooting the Android device. Nowadays rooting is not a big task there are many guides available on the internet about rooting the Android phones.

If this is your first time, then no need to worry about that, we share a user-friendly guide for you. Follow the given below guide carefully, because anything wrong may brick your device. We highly recommend you to take the full backup of all your valuable data before proceeding. If you wish to root Galaxy Core Prime, then go ahead and follow the given steps.

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Note:

This guide containing the root package and instructions can be used only with the Galaxy Core Prime. Check the model number of your phone if it is Galaxy Core Prime then go ahead, otherwise not. Do not use these instructions for any other device or incorrect variant.

Warning:

AndroidBlog.gs will not responsible for any damage occurred to your Galaxy Core Prime during or after the rooting process. Proceed at your risk.

Pre-Requirements:

  • It is highly recommended to make a proper backup of your contacts, messages, photos, videos and other valuable data on your phone.
  • Make sure that your Galaxy Core Prime is on firmware.
  • The battery level of your phone should be at least up to 70% to avoid unexpected shutdowns while rooting.
  • Enable USB Debugging on your phone by navigating to Settings > Developer Options.
  • Download and install Samsung USB Drivers on your PC.

Required Files:

Steps To Root Galaxy Core Prime With Magisk:

1: – First, download Magisk Root (Magisk-v18.0.zip) and no-verity-opt-encrypt-Samsung-1.0.zip for Galaxy Core Prime.

2: – Connect your Galaxy Core Prime to your PC via its USB data cable.

3: – Transfer the downloaded Magisk-v18.0.zip and no-verity-opt-encrypt-Samsung-1.0.zip files to the root folder of internal storage on the phone.

4: – Now, power OFF your phone in order to boot into Recovery Mode (TWRP Recovery).

5: Disconnect from the USB cable and power ON the phone while pressing and holding Volume Down + Power buttons at the same time.

6: – While your phone is now in TWRP Recovery, tap on the ‘Install’ button from the list, choose the Magisk-v18.0.zip  file that you already transferred to your phone memory.

7: – Swipe on the “Swipe to Confirm Flash” option to confirm installation on the next screen.

8: – Once the installation process completes successfully, do the same from onwards for the second file (no-verity script).

How to Root Galaxy Note 9 on Android Pie with Magisk 19: – After the installation completes, reboot your phone.

Done! You have successfully rooted Galaxy Core Prime. You can go to MagiskManager app to verify.

These were the complete steps on how to root Galaxy Core Prime on Android 4.4.4 with Magisk.

To check that either your Galaxy Core Prime is properly rooted or not, install verify with Root Checker as given in the link.

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About the Author: Aamir Jamal

An Android Geek and audiophile who love to read and write reviews/tutorials about gadgets and new tech stuff. He has written 1007 guides and other posts.

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