Easy Method to Root Blackview BV6100 using Magisk without TWRP

Today customizing smartphones have become an easy thing to achieve. The boom in technology and the easy availability of the resources have enabled Android enthusiasts to perform things like rooting the device, installing third party OS, non-official recoveries, theme packs, etc. One of the major aspects of the customization is rooting. It is basically getting the superuser access for the device which you want to root. Some times people get misinformed and think that rooting is the same as hacking which is entirely a false concept. Rooting is just being a more technically sound user with access to more features than what a regular user gets with their smartphone.

Rooting the smartphone is the essential first step in modifying a smartphone from under-the-hood. In this post, we will tell you how to root Blackview BV6100 using Magisk. We will not be making use of TWRP in this process. We have put up the necessary files and the detailed guide which you can follow and perform the rooting on your device.

Blackview BV6100

Blackview BV6100: Device Overview

Blackview BV6100 was announced in August 2019 which sports a 6.88-inch IPS LCD display with a screen resolution of 1352 x 640pixels with 217 PPI pixel density. The device is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass.

Blackview BV6100 is powered by a MediaTek Helio A22 (MT6761) chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. It also supports an external memory card. The device came out of the box with Android 9.0 Pie and backed by a 5580 mAh battery (Non-removable).

As far as the camera concerned, the device has a Dual-camera setup with 8MP + 5MP primary sensors and a selfie camera with an 5MP lens. Other connectivity option includes 4G-VoLTE, GPS, Glonass, Bluetooth, Mobile Hotspot, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass/ magnetometer. etc. The Blackview BV6100 come with a side fingerprint sensor feature.


Steps To Root Blackview BV6100 Using Magisk

The steps of rooting will involve getting the boot image file of the device, patch it and then install the currently patched boot image. We have explained the process in detail. However, to accomplish the rooting process successfully, you will require other tools like USB drivers, flash tool, Stock ROM, etc which we have put together in the download section.


  • It is recommended to have around 50% or more of battery to avoid low battery issues while you perform the rooting,
  • To be on the safer side, we suggest you take a complete backup of your device data before proceeding to root your device.
  • This image file is strictly for Blackview BV6100 only. Do not use it on any other smartphone.
  • You need a PC/Laptop and a micro USB cable for establishing the connection.
  • Make sure that you download all the required files on your PC/Laptop


Rooting is known to void the warranty of the smartphone. Also, the incorrect process of rooting can brick the device. GetDroidTips will not be responsible for bricking, software and hardware issues happening on your phone if you choose to modify and root your smartphone.

Required Downloads

SP Flash Tool | Download

Blackview USB Driver | Download

Blackview BV6100 Stock ROM | Download

ADB Fastboot Files | Download (MAC| Windows)

How to Extract and Patch Boot.image using Magisk?

  • Download and extract the stock ROM to your PC.
  • Attach your device via USB cable and copy only the boot.img file from the extracted folder to your device storage.
  • Launch Magisk Manager. When a popup appears asking to install Magisk, select INSTALL and choose install again.
  • Tap on “Patch Boot Image File”.
    Install patched boot image TWRP
  • Navigate to internal storage and select your phone’s boot image that you transferred earlier.
  • Wait for a couple of seconds. Magisk will start patching the boot image.
  • Once the boot image has been patched, copy the “patched_boot.img” from the internal storage and replace it in the same extracted ROM folder on your PC.

The next step is to flash the patched image.

How To Install the Patched Boot Image on Blackview BV6100

Here is the detailed guide which you can follow to install the patched boot image on your device.

How to install patched boot image on a Smartphone running on MediaTek chipset

There is another alternative way to patch the boot image. It is by ADB fastboot method.

  • Make sure that you have the ADB Fastboot installed on your system.
  • Now, you have to copy the patched boot image to the same folder where you have installed the ADB.
  • In the same folder, right-click and press Shift key > Open PowerShell Window here.
  • Give the following command to flash the “patched_boot.img” file to install Magisk and root the device.
    fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img
  • If the device follows an A/B partition system, then execute the following command. Remember to replace patched_boot.img with the actual filename of the boot image.
    fastboot flash boot_a patched_boot.img 
    fastboot flash boot_b patched_boot.img
  • Now, after the rooting and patching are finished, you need to reboot your device. Give this command.
    fastboot reboot

Verifying the Root Status [Systemless Root]

Now, that we have rooted the device, we should check whether the process worked or not. This means we will check if our device has the root access. So, how to do it.?

  • Open the Magisk Manager app.
  • On the top of the screen, you may get to see all options with Green Tick. This means root access has been successfully implemented.
  • This also means you have bypassed the safety net.

So, that’s it, guys. This was the detailed tutorial on how to Root Blackview BV6100 by using Mgsik without using the TWRP. We hope that you find the guide useful.


  1. Can confirm this does not work for the BV6100 unless you also binary patch the kernel zimage in the Magisk patched image. The phone uses a 32bit ramdisk. Magisk not not process 32 bit kernels properly.,

    Binary Patch procedure:
    1) Install the magic manager on the device.
    2) Patch the boot.img image (from the stock firmware using Magisk)
    3) Unpack the patched image, open the kernel in the HEX editor.
    4) Look for the value “736B69705F696E697472616D6673” and replace it with “77616E745F696E697472616D6673”
    5) Save the change and pack the image.
    6) Flash the image via fastboot.

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