The Samsung Galaxy A50 with the octa-core Exynos 9610 chipset clocked at 2.3GHz is a really powerful device. But, what if I said that you can make it even more powerful? Who doesn’t like the apps getting loaded quickly and a phone which is snappy? After all, no one likes a device which is slow and sluggish. Rooting is one way.
Before I begin with the steps to root your device, do you know why is your smartphone slow?
The primary reason for the device being slow is, “It comes with a lot of bloatware” which consumes huge resources (CPU, RAM, GPU, and STORAGE) and the second reason is not being able to remove bloatware apps and allocate resources to the ones which you use on regular basis such as the Phone Dialer, Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, Camera, or even PUBG Mobile, etc.
Rooting your device not only allows you to remove the unwanted apps but also be able to allocate resources, overclock the device, installing mods, etc. Being able to control the hardware adds more power to the device and can mess up too. If you are willing to take the risk, I’m going to share the steps you can follow to root your Samsung Galaxy A50. Sounds Interesting right, so shall we begin with the steps?
Before you begin, The Galaxy A50’s rooting process is similar to other Samsung devices and is divided into two steps, the first step involves installing a custom recovery such as TWRP Recovery and the second process involves using the custom recovery to flash the root manager such as SuperSU.
- Enable Developer Options, To do so: Go to Settings > About Device > Build Number and Tap it until you see the “You’re a developer now” message.
- Enable OEM Unlock & USB Debugging: Go to Settings > Developer Options. Look for OEM Unlock, enable it and then look for USB debugging and enable it.
- Download the below files:
- ODIN v3.13.1
- Samsung USB Drivers
- TWRP Recovery
- Root Manager: SuperSU or Magisk (Whichever you prefer)
- Copy all files to your Micro-SD Card because internal storage will be wiped during the process.
1. Install TWRP Recovery
- Open ODIN software using administrative rights.
- Tick F.reset and disable Auto-reboot.
- In files select AP >> TWRP.tar file you downloaded earlier.
- Reboot your Samsung Galaxy A50 into download mode by pressing Volume up + power key until Samsung logo appears. Once it appears, release all the keys. Then select wipe data >> Select reboot to bootloader.
- Connect your Samsung phone to pc via USB cable. It should detect your phone. You have to click on start and wait for the process to be completed.
- Press and Hold Volume Down + Power keys. When the Samsung logo appears then release the volume down button only and quicky press volume up button to boot into recovery mode and access the TWRP recovery. You have to release all the keys once TWRP home screen appears.
- Once TWRP recovery gets booted on your Samsung galaxy A50, wipe the data and reboot to recovery.
2. Rooting Your Galaxy A50 (SuperSU or Magisk)
- Boot into TWRP recovery
- For SuperSU: Go to Install > Choose the SuperSU File and Flash it.
- For Magisk: Go to Install > Choose the Magisk File and Flash it.
- Reboot your device, you have successfully rooted your android device.
That’s it, you’ve successfully rooted your Samsung Galaxy A50. You can now install mods, remove bloatware, overclock your CPU, install a custom kernel or do anything you wanted to do. However, remember that a few things can cause issues, so research everything before you try it on your device.
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6 thoughts on “How to Root Samsung Galaxy A50?”
Written by an expert for experts, there are holes in your descriptions that leave the user unsure what to do, and therefore in danger of killing their phones. For example where should Odin be extracted. How to install it using admin rights. How to find the Tick F and auto reboot switches. Yes all these things are there, but alterations in spelling etc. leave the enduser having to guess. I’m sure you can do better.
I’m really sorry for the same! I’ll try to get this post modified and try to come up with a version that’s highly suitable for a beginner!
And really thanks for your feedback! I’ll try to fix this ASAP!
Hoe to recover or unroot?
well, thank you.
first of all bootloader should be unlocked.
you should press volume up and down keys for 3 seconds and after that connect a usb cable and follow onscreen instructions.
So. Im not good with rooting and that kind of stuff at all.
But i have a error.
So i followed your steps, but when i click start on Odin3 it simply iether fails in like 5 seconds, or it just doesnt do anything.
I really wanna know what the problem is, and how to fix. Thanks in advance!
My problem is, I didn’t root my phone! Someone else did!!!!