How to Root Samsung Galaxy A11 Using Magisk

Admit it you are bored with the usual interface setting. Isn’t that correct? In that case, you have root Samsung Galaxy A11 so that you can unlock those fascinating traits.

If you have an image in your head that the rooting process is an easy task, it might not be 100% true; you have to follow several steps and download tools to attain access.

However, everything will become handy once you complete this guide, as it’s one of the simplest methods and doesn’t require much time, so let’s start with the core specs.

This smartphone launched in the Indian market on 27th December 2020. Talking about camera sensor 13MP + 5MP + 2MP triple primary camera setup. Octa-Core, 1.8 GHz processor power Samsung Galaxy A11 with 2GB Ram and 32GB storage. The smartphone was coming— with 6.4 inches (16.26 cm) 268 PPI, PLS TFT LCD. We are moving to battery performance is 4000 mAh, Micro-USB Port with Fast Charging before starting the guide. Let’s understand what root is!

What is Root?

Root access is similar to have a back door that opens a fantastic set of device system privileges initially blocked by the manufacturer brands and provides total control.

Furthermore, the same situation know as the Jailbreak for the iOS users, except here you didn’t have the simple android context. In this case, you can install tons of things.

There are numerous features and adjustments that you can optimize Android phone core settings, while there are some downsides – thus, let’s visit the pros and cons.

Here are some Points to Remember while Rooting

  • Ensure your smartphone bootloader has unlocked. You can also follow our guide to unlocking the bootloader on any Samsung phone.
  • You can not do anything about the data stored inside the internal storage once the rooting process starts. Please, take backup data before.

Advantage of Root Samsung Galaxy A11

There are numerous visual customization options available over the internet. You can pick anything you like to improve phone settings but check reviews before installing.

You can establish limits to carry out immersive performance-driven experiences with the overclocking software besides further expand gameplay boundaries than before.

Disadvantage of Root Samsung Galaxy A11

If you didn’t worry about the internal features and exploit system partition, it could severely damage the handset also even brick the device without proper knowledge.

The makers usually provide extended warranties covering up refunds on external or internal damage, but things go south in the rooted device case as it violates policies.

Disclaimer: You need to be aware that this patching method is tricky and risky. Magiskupdate is not responsible for any damage to the reader device. So do it everything carefully. Download and install the Samsung USB driver to your PC.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy A11 Using Magisk

Preparing the boot image file

  • Ensure that you have put the magisk app, Odin tool, and Stock Firmware file in the same folder since you will need them frequently during the procedure.
  • Enter into stock firmware folder and extract the “AP” file through the unzipper.
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  • Now tap on a newly extracted folder. There, you have to right-click the boot file.
  • Choice 7-zip then select the “Add to archive” option to change archive format.
  • Select and change the archive format from .lz4 to .tar, then hit the OK button.
  • Copy the boot.img.tar into your Android smartphone for the patching process.

Patching the boot image file

  • Download and install Magisk App and tap on the install option inside the app.
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  • Navigate to the storage unit part where you have saved in device boot.img.tar.
  • Once you tap on that file, the patching process will automatically be initialized.
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  • From this, you will obtain the magisk_patched.tar file at the exact location.
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  • Deliver that .tar file to the PC, and connect your phone into download mode.
  • Turn off the phone, and press both volume keys while connecting to the PC.

Flash the patched boot image file

  • Open the Odin Flash Tool, there, you will notice that the device is connected, but if that’s not showing in your case, perform the last two steps once again.
  • Head toward the “AP” section, then drag and drop the magisk patched .tar file.
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  • In the left corner, you have to untick the “Auto-reboot” option to boot manually.
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  • Now, simply tap on the start button to initialize the final patching procedure.

Re-installing the Magisk App

  • Remove the data cable once the flashing process ends, then press and hold the Volume down + Power Button until the Samsung logo with alert appears.
  • Release both button and long-press Volume Up key to enter in the recovery.
  • Apply the factory reset setting and safely reboot the phone in the usual way.
  • Download the Magisk App from this guide and install it properly, so it works.

Once the reboot process end, the magisk will fully install with your phone, now enjoy!

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You can be the hero of your virtual world with special rooting privileges, while no one has the authority to stop you from exploring uncharted settings of your smartphone.

In the end, I hope that you achieve your goal and attain all the fascinating things you want while being aware of risk factors—you can ask your question in the next section.

14 thoughts on “How to Root Samsung Galaxy A11 Using Magisk”

  1. Hi, it is said “3. Now copy “AP.tar.md5” then transfer your internal storage”.
    Where I can get “AP.tar.md5”? And we should transfer the internal storage?

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    • 1. The important thing how you can boot into the system. press volume down and power button to turn off your Samsung Galaxy A11
      2. Immediately press and hold volume up + power button as soon as open bootup logo release power key but don’t release the volume up key
      3. Wipe all the data and enjoy magisk manager

      Reply
  2. When I install twrp my phone goes into bootloop( download mode all the time have to flash rom again to get phone working again)
    Can’t find the correct twrp tried all of them.please help.

    Reply

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