Here in this guide, we will provide you the steps to Root any Blackview device Using Magisk [No TWRP required]. Blackview devices are pretty much rugged outdoor smartphones with a tough body and bigger battery capacity. Rooting allows an Android smartphone user to work like a superuser. It offers administrator access over system settings and the app so that you can customize or change according to your preference. However, the smartphone OEMs don’t provide the rooting access by default in order to keep things simple with the stock version.
The Stock Firmware doesn’t come with too many options or customizations. Rooting your device may void your device warranty or brick your device easily. Meanwhile, it can be vulnerable as well. Additionally, you can install any Custom ROMs and mod files on your rooted device easily. Though the Custom ROM installation process requires bootloader unlocking as well.
So, if you’re using any Blackview device which runs on MediaTek CPU, then you should check out the full guide to enable root access on your device using Magisk. It won’t require Custom TWRP Recovery.
- Can flash Custom ROMs or Mods easily
- Running special access type apps
- Extend Device Battery Life
- Can free up internal memory by removing unnecessary files
- Full of Customizations
- Uninstall Bloatware
- Rooting will void your device warranty mostly
- Improper rooting may brick your smartphone
- Battery Heating, Occasional Reboots, etc may occur
- Poor System Performance even after updating your device to the latest firmware
- The device may become vulnerable
Supported Device List:
- Blackview A80 Pro
- Blackview BV9900
- Blackview BV9800
- Blackview BV9800 Pro
- Blackview BV9600 Pro (2019)
- Blackview BV9100
- Blackview BV5900
- Blackview BV9500 Plus
- Blackview BV6100
- Blackview BV9600
- Blackview A60 Pro
- Blackview BV5500 Pro
- Blackview BV9700 Pro
- Blackview A60
- Blackview Max 1
- Blackview BV5500
- Blackview BV9600 Pro
- Blackview BV9600 Plus
- Blackview BV6800 Pro
- Blackview A30
- Blackview BV9500 Pro
- Blackview BV9500
- Blackview A20 Pro
- Blackview BV5800
- Blackview BV5800 Pro
- Blackview A20
- Blackview P10000 Pro
- Blackview S6
- Blackview P6000
- Blackview BV9000
- Blackview BV9000 Pro
- Blackview BV4000 Pro
- Blackview A10
- Blackview S8
- Blackview A7 Pro
- Blackview BV4000
- Blackview A7
- Blackview BV8000 Pro
- Blackview R6 Lite
- Blackview BV7000
- Blackview P2 Lite
- Blackview A9 Pro
- Blackview BV7000 Pro
- Blackview P2
- Blackview R6
- Blackview E7s
- Blackview E7
- Blackview A8 Max
- Blackview BV6000s
- Blackview R7
- Blackview BV6000
- Blackview A5
- Blackview A8
- Blackview Ultra Plus
- Blackview BV2000S
- Blackview BV2000
- Blackview BV5000
- Blackview Omega Pro
- Blackview Alife P1 Pro
- Blackview Zeta
- Blackview Alife S1
- Blackview Breeze
- Blackview Acme
- Blackview Omega
- Blackview Ultra
- Blackview V3
- Blackview Arrow
- Blackview DM550
- Blackview Crown
- Blackview JK900
- Blackview JK450
Steps To Root Blackview device via Magisk
- Rooting may void your device warranty. Check properly before doing anything.
- Sometimes, the rooted device won’t get official OTA updates properly. If your device gets frequent software updates then you need to think first.
- Charge your handset at first up to 60% at least before starting the flashing process.
- Kindly make a full backup of your device before following the next steps.
- A PC/Laptop is required along with a USB Cable.
- Download the ADB and Fastboot tool for Windows/MAC and install it at first.
- Next, download the Blackview USB Drivers and install it on your PC. [Android USB Drivers]
- You need to download the latest Blackview Stock ROM and extract the Boot Image file:
- Download and Install the SP Flash Tool for Mediatek and SPD Flash Tool for Spreadtrum Unisoc devices on your computer.
Steps to Extract and Patch Boot.image using Magisk
- After downloading the Stock ROM, simply extract it on your PC.
- Now, connect your Blackview device via USB cable and copy the boot.img file only from the extracted folder to your device storage.
- Open the Magisk Manager on your device. Select the Install option to choose the file.
- Now, tap on ‘Patch Boot Image File’.
- head over to the folder where you have moved the image file earlier.
- Now, wait for a couple of seconds and Magisk will start patching the boot image.
- Once the boot image is patched, copy the ‘patched_boot.img’ from the internal storage and replace it in the same extracted ROM folder on your PC.
Now, follow the second step to flash the patched boot image file.
Steps to Install the Patched Boot Image on any Blackview Device
Follow the link mentioned below for a full detailed guide on how to install patched boot image on any MediaTek device.
You can also try using ADB & Fastboot method to install the patched boot image file.
- We assume that you have already downloaded the ADB & Fastboot tool from the link given above.
- Next, you need to extract the ADB fastboot tool, then move the patched boot image file to the same folder.
- Press and hold the Shift key and right-click on the mouse to open the Command Window.
- Then type the following command in the command prompt and hit enter:
fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img
- For devices with A/B partition system, type and enter the following command:
fastboot flash boot_a patched_boot.img
fastboot flash boot_b patched_boot.img
- You need to replace filename.img with the name of the TWRP Recovery img file which you have downloaded.
- The flashing process will begin. Wait for a few seconds to complete the process.
- Now, type the following command and press enter:
Steps to Verify Device Systemless Root:
- Download the Magisk Manager app APK file > install it on your device and open it.
- Now, you need to verify the root. Go to the Status mode. If you see all options are green checked, that means you have successfully rooted. It also means that you’ve bypassed the SafetyNet as well.
- That’s it. Enjoy Rooting!
We assume that you’ve successfully rooted your Blackview device via Magisk. If you’re facing any issue or have any queries, you can ask in the comments down below.