Through this guide I will teach you how to do the root Samsung Galaxy A10, so make yourself comfortable and meet all the requirements. Samsung Galaxy A10 is a high-end Android smartphone, equipped with 6,2-inch Super AMOLED display with 1,6 GHz Octa-Core processor and 2 GB of RAM and runs on Android 9.0 Pie operating system. If you are using this smartphone and are looking for a way to root, you are in the right place as I have written a tutorial to root Samsung Galaxy A10 smartphone.
By following this tutorial, you will be able to root Samsung Galaxy A10 after installing TWRP custom recovery. Once you have rooted privileges on your device, you will be able to install custom firmware or ROMs (using the latest Android versions), custom Android applications, etc.
WARNING: the root of the Samsung device voids the warranty. Know that I am not responsible for what you do with your phone. Please proceed at your own risk.
Step 1: To get started, make a complete backup of your personal data on your smartphone using appropriate apps. We will use this backup to restore your personal data if your device gets damaged during the rooting process.
Step 2: Then, download the Samsung Galaxy A10 USB Drivers and install them on your computer. Only by installing the USB drivers on your device, will you be able to connect the smartphone to the computer.
Step 3: Now, enable "Developer options"On the device following this path: Settings -> About phone -> Build number (tap it 7 times). Once done, enable USB debugging mode by following this path: Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging.
Step 4: So, make sure your device has at least 50-60% battery charge before starting with the root procedure. Once all these prerequisites are met, you can move on to install TWRP recovery and root Samsung Galaxy A10 as indicated below.
How to root Samsung Galaxy A10
How to install TWRP recovery on Samsung Galaxy A10
Step 1: To get started, download and install Odin and Samsung Galaxy A10 TWRP (twrp-3.1.0-1.img.tar) on your computer. Once downloaded, launch Odin first.
Step 2: Then, turn off your smartphone and start the download / bootloader mode while holding the buttons down at the same time Volume down, Switching e Home.
Step 3: One Once your device starts in download mode, connect it to your computer using the original USB data cable. If you have successfully installed the Galaxy J4 Core USB drivers in your computer, Odin will automatically identify your device and you will see an “Added” message in his logs. Moreover, ID: WITH turns into “Blue” color.
Step 4: Now, click the "AP”In the Odin window and select the file twrp-220.127.116.11-j2lte.img.tar.
Step 5: Now click the "Start”To start the installation process (which will take a minute or two to complete). Once the process is complete, you will receive a message "PASS"In Odin. Your device will also be restarted.
Step 6: Now, disconnect your smartphone from the computer.
That's all. Now, you have successfully completed TWRP custom recovery installation on Samsung Galaxy A10. Let's find out how you can root your device.
Tutorial per root Samsung Galaxy A10
Step 1: to get started, download SuperSU and save it to your computer. When finished, connect your smartphone to your computer using the original USB data cable and transfer the SuperSU file to the internal memory. After successfully transferring the file, disconnect the device from the computer.
Step 2: Now, boot your device into TWRP custom recovery by pressing and holding the buttons at the same time Volume up, Switching e Home.
Step 3: Once the device is booted into TWRP custom recovery, click on "install”And select the SuperSU file in the device's internal memory to start the installation process.
Step 4: One when the update process is finished, restart your smartphone.
That's all. You have now successfully completed recovery installation and root on Samsung Galaxy A10. To confirm your smartphone's root privileges, use the Root Checker app for Android from the Google Play Store.
If you encounter any problems during the process, please let me know via comments.