How to root the Samsung Galaxy S10?

  1. Go to the Settings menu of your phone. First, enable "Developer options", then open the menu and activate "OEM unlocking".
  2. With the phone turned off, hold down the Volume Down key and the Home key. Keep holding the keys and connect your phone to a computer.
  3. Press the Volume Up key to unlock the bootloader.
  4. Repeat the first step. "OEM unlocking" must be enabled and greyed out.
  5. Download the stock firmware for your smartphone model to your computer and extract it.
  6. Go to the extracted folder and transfer the .tar file to your smartphone.
  7. Next, install Magisk Manager on your smartphone. Run the app and tap "Install".
  8. Then choose "Select and Patch a File". Navigate to the .tar file you transferred earlier and select it.
  9. When the patching process is completed, go to the "Download" folder, find the patched file, and transfer it to your computer.
  10. Now launch Odin, click on the "AP" button, and select the patched file ending with .tar.

    Odin root the Samsung Galaxy S10

  11. Hold down the Power key to turn off your phone.
  12. When the phone is off, hold down the Volume Down key, the Home key, and the Power key.
  13. Then connect the phone to your computer and click on "Start".

    Start root the Samsung Galaxy S10

  14. When the flashing process is over, press the Volume Up key and the Power key.
  15. You will enter a new menu. Here navigate to "wipe data/factory reset" using the Volume keys and select the option using the Power key.
  16. Then select "Reboot system now" to turn on your phone.
  17. Now run Magisk Manager and follow the instructions that appear.
  18. Install a custom recovery using the TWRP recovery app.


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