Install TWRP Custom Recovery And Root Galaxy M40 With Magisk

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The Samsung Galaxy M40 users now can get full control by installing the TWRP recovery and root Galaxy M40. If you are an advanced Android user and wish to customize your device or want to get the superuser of your phone, the first step in the name of customization is installing the TWRP and then root the phone. Here in this article, we share a simple and easy step by step guide on how to install the TWRP and root Galaxy M40.

The TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP) is an open-source custom recovery for Android devices, and it is fully touch-based custom recovery. There are many advantages of installing the TWRP custom recovery such as flash custom ROMs, recoveries, root your device, install third-party software, Xposed Modules, and create Nandroid backups, etc. After installing the TWRP recovery, you will be able to root your device.

Rooting is a way through that you can break all the restrictions of your device. Also, root allows you to use your phone with full potential without restrictions. Rooting will enhance the speed of your phone, increases battery life, and so on.

There are many ways to root your device; here, you can root your device with the help of Magisk. Keep mind that rooting the Galaxy M40 may void your phone warranty. Follow the given below steps carefully, in case anything goes wrong may brick your device. Keep in mind, while rooting and installing the TWRP recovery for Galaxy M40, your entire data will be wiped clean. So take the full backup of your device’s before proceeding. If you wish to download and install the official TWRP custom recovery and root Galaxy M40 with Magisk, then go ahead and follow the given steps.

Root Galaxy M40
Root Galaxy M40

Note:

This guide containing the root package and instructions can be used only with the Galaxy M40. Check the model number of your phone if it is Galaxy M40 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 that occurred to your Galaxy M40 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 M40 is on Android 8.0 Oreo 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 Install TWRP Recovery on Galaxy M40:

Step 1:- First, install TWRP Recovery and Odin tool on your PC from the above-given link.

Step 2:- Extract the download Odin tool and run ODIN v3.11.1 exe file as an Administrator.

Step 3:- Now Reboot your phone into Download Mode. To do so, first power OFF your phone, then press and hold Home + Power + Volume Down buttons until you see a download mode.

Step 4:- Now connect your Galaxy J7 to PC using its USB data cable.

Step 5:- Once the USB cable is connected, a blue sign in Odin will appear (also make sure the COM: xx (xx is USB port number it can be any number so don’t worry about it, just verify COM is lit up)

Step 6:- Browse and locate the TWRP Recovery .tar file that you have already downloaded from Above by Clicking AP/PDA button and load it in Odin.

Step 7:- Next, make sure that the re-partition option is NOT ticked. Also, Uncheck the Auto Reboot if you installing for the first time.

Step 8:- Click the start button, sit back, and wait a few seconds until you see a message pass. Once you see PASS, reboot your Galaxy M40 into recovery by holding  POWER + HOME + VOLUME UP.

Done! You have installed TWRP Recovery on your phone.

How To Root Galaxy M40 with Magisk:

Follow the given link on how to install Magisk on Galaxy M40 and then root it.

Install Magisk on your Android Device

Let us know in the comments area below if you have any issues or questions regarding the above guide.

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