How to Root Samsung Galaxy A6 and Install TWRP

Day by Day lots of Samsung phone is coming in the market and Samsung Galaxy A6 is also one of them. So here is the 100% working guide to root Samsung Galaxy A6 and Install TWRP. If you are the Samsung Galaxy A6 users and want to root the Samsung Galaxy A6, then you are in the right place. Today here we will show you can install the TWRP recovery on Samsung Galaxy A6 and get the root access on the phone. Samsung Galaxy A6 is powered with the 1.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 octa core processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory expandable up to 256GB, 16MP+5MP primary dual camera and 24MP front-facing camera. Overall the device has some decent specs and many android phone users already bought this one.

All credit goes to the XDA member BlackMesa123, without his support it’s not possible to root Samsung Galaxy A6 and Install TWRP. To get the root access on the new Samsung phone first you need to install custom TWRP recovery and after that, you have to flash the Magisk Root manager to get the root access on the device. For this all you need an ODIN tool and Windows PC. Below is the full guide which you follow on your device and root Samsung Galaxy A6 and Install TWRP.

Once the phone is rooted you can do lots of things like install custom ROM, Install Xposed framework and other rooted apps. Check out some of the benefits of rooting here. Before following this rooting guide do take the full backup of your phone and save it in some safe place. So you can easily restore them if you something goes wrong and you lose the data.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy A6 and Install TWRP

Warning: Technobuzz.net is not responsible for any damage that might happen to your phone during this process. You’ll lose all your data upon unlocking bootloader.

The rooting process is not that easy, it takes some and some patience. So read all the steps very carefully and follow all of them one by one. One wrong step and you will brick the phone.

Download Files to Root Samsung Galaxy A6

Check you are RMM locked or not

1. Reboot to download mode. If you see the text RMM state = Prenormal, then it means your device is RMM locked.
2. “Only official released binaries are allowed to be flashed” message shows up and now you know for sure you got locked outside your phone
3. Missing OEM unlock toggle in developer settings if your device has FRP.

Install TWRP on Samsung Galaxy A6

1. Go to Settings and then About Device. Click on Build Number 7 times to enable Developer Options. Go to Developer Options and enable USB debugging and OEM unlock settings.

2. Shutdown the phone. Once it’s off, Power it On in Download Mode (Press and hold Power, Vol + and Vol – buttons together)

3. Now Open the ODIN folder from your desktop and run the ODIN exe file on your PC.

4. Connect your phone to the PC With USB cable.

5. Open Odin and select the AP tab and select the TWRP files for your device.

6. Now hit the Start button on the ODIN app to install the TWRP on your Galaxy Phone.

7. Once Odin3 finished to flash the recovery (you should see a “PASS” message), force reboot your phone (Press and hold Power and Vol – buttons together) and once the screen is off, press and hold Power and Vol + buttons together to boot in TWRP.

8. Once TWRP is booted you first need to decrypt your /data partition. To do so touch Wipe > Format Data and follow the instructions in screen.

9. Once it finished go back at the home screen and touch Reboot>Recovery. TWRP should be able to mount your data partition. Now copy the no-verity-opt-encrypt and RMM Bypass zip you downloaded before and flash them (touch Install and select each zip to flash it)

10. You’re now able to reboot to your OS without re-encrypting /data partition and without RMM Prenormal lock.

Root Samsung Galaxy A6

Now follow the below-mentioned steps to Root the Samsung Galaxy A6. Now TWRP is in your phone, all you have to install some files to get the root access on the phone.

1. Boot your Phone in the TWRP mode. Power off the device. Once the screen goes off, wait for at least 5-6 seconds, and then press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons together to reach TWRP.

2. Once TWRP is booted you first need to decrypt your /data partition. To do so touch Wipe > Format Data and follow the instructions in screen.

3. Once it finished go back at the home screen and touch Reboot>Recovery.

4. Connect your phone to the PC and Transfer the Magisk file to your Galaxy A6.

5. Install the Magisk file. On the TWRP’s home screen.

6. After that Install the RMM Bypass file too the same way.

7. Tap on the Reboot System button.

Now your Samsung Galaxy A6 is rooted and TWRP is installed. If you are facing some problem with this guide then leave the comment below and we will help you to fix it up.

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