Install Modified Custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy A52 4G

Samsung Galaxy A52 4G is one of the best in class mid-range smartphones that comes with great specifications, nice design, better cameras, software update support, some premium features, etc. It runs on Android 11 on top of One UI 3.1 out of the box but if you’re interested to Install a Modified Custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy A52 4G device then you can check out this full guide.

It’s nice to see that plenty of Galaxy A52 4G users are really eager to get into the Android customization by flashing custom firmware. A big thanks to ShaDisNX255 (XDA Senior Member) for sharing the RayOS v1.0 for Samsung Galaxy A52 [SM-A525M/G/F] based on One UI 3.1 skin. It’s running on the August 2021 Security Patch kernel as of now. Now, let’s take a quick look at the ROM features below.

RayOS v1.0 for Samsung Galaxy A52 Features

  • Based on the August 2021 update (A525FXXU3AUG4)
  • Debloated (Only useful stock apps available)
  • Edge Lighting fully enabled
  • Smart View fixed
  • Theme Store patched for unlimited paid theme trials (thanks to @BlassGO)
  • S21 default wallpapers
  • Higher audio quality (Disabled DRC, which deeply compresses audio)
  • Disabled Samsung Marketing
  • High-End Animations
  • Enhanced processing (this also probably doesn’t do anything, but give it a try)


01/August/2021: Release based on August security patch (A525FXXU3AUG4)

Install Modified Custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy A52 4G

Before heading over to the guide below, make sure to follow all the requirements and download links properly.


  • Install TWRP on Galaxy A52 (Android 11) or OrangeFox
  • Being unencrypted (recommended)
  • Keep your device charged sufficiently (more than 50% at least)
  • Make sure that you’re running on Android 11 on top of One UI 3.1 stock firmware.

Download Links:

Warning: GetDroidTips won’t be held responsible for any kind of damage or error that may happen on your handset while/after following this guide. You should know what you’re doing and proceed at your own risk.

Installation Instructions

  • Make sure to download and extract (unzip) the RayOS ROM (in .xz format) on the PC/handset and copy it to the internal or external storage on the device.

Note: Do this step before booting into the custom recovery.

  • Once copied the ROM file, simply reboot the device to custom recovery (TWRP). [You’ll get the guide to do so on the TWRP link above]
  • Now, install the extracted ROM as a ‘super’ image file in TWRP.
  • Then install the stock kernel as boot (optional) > Reboot to Recovery again.
  • Next, you’ll have to format data if you’re coming from the Stock ROM.
  • Flash the multidisabler file via TWRP (important).
  • Now, you’ll need to flash Magisk v23.0+ zip or apk (required) on the device.
  • Finally, restart your device into the system and wait for it.
  • Enjoy!

That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For additional queries, you can comment below. If you’re getting errors or fails during the firmware flashing or you’re having any major bug then visit the source link below to report or further help.

Source: XDA

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