How to root any Digma device using Magisk [No TWRP required]

Here in this guide, we will discuss the steps to Root any Digma device Using Magisk [No TWRP required] and provide you the necessary files to download. Digital Electronics Company Digma doing business mainly in Russia, UK, London, etc. The brand offers MediaTek and Spreadtrum powered smartphones and tablet devices at a very competitive price tag. Digma has 3G devices as well as an entry-level price segment. Most of the Digma smartphones and tablets run on Android and Android Go Edition.

Now, let’s take a look at the brief description of smartphone rooting and advantages or disadvantages.

Rooting A Smartphone

Rooting is the process of allowing users of smartphones, tablets and other devices running the Android Mobile Operating System to gain superuser control over Android subsystems and preloaded apps. Android basically uses the Linux kernel. Therefore, rooting an Android device offers administrative access or superuser permissions.

There are a few advantages which can be useful for you. Rooting gives permission to customize or remove system applications and settings, run some of the specialized apps, installing mods, or helps to flash a Custom ROM as well. It offers system UI changes, full control over the kernel, full control over apps, backups, restore, remove preloaded apps, etc.

How to root any Digma device using Magisk [No TWRP required]

Meanwhile, there are a few disadvantages as well which you need to know. The first caution is that Rooting may brick your device. Mostly, the bricking issue happens due to improper way to flash or wrong image file. you need to be very focused during the download the right file and proper installation steps. Next, your device warranty may void after rooting. You may not get the official OTA updates in the future on your rooted device. Try to confirm with your device support team.

Supported Devices are:

  • Digma Citi 8592 3G
  • Digma Citi 7591 3G
  • Digma Citi 1590 3G
  • Digma Citi 7587 3G
  • Digma Citi 8589 3G
  • Digma Plane 8595 3G
  • Digma Optima 8027 3G
  • Digma Citi 7586 3G
  • Digma Linx Argo 3G
  • Digma Plane 1581 3G
  • Digma Plane 8580 4G
  • Digma Platine 1579M 4G
  • Digma Plane 1585S 4G
  • Digma Plane 8550S 4G
  • Digma Plane 7580S 4G
  • Digma Optima Prime 5 3G
  • Digma Plane 1584S 3G
  • Digma Linx Alfa 3G
  • Digma Linx X1 Pro 3G
  • Digma Linx Joy 3G
  • Digma Plane 1572N 3G
  • Digma Plane 1570N 3G
  • Digma Linx X1 3G
  • Digma Vox V40 3G
  • Digma Linx Pay 4G
  • Digma Linx Base 4G
  • Digma Citi 3000 4G
  • Digma Citi 1578 4G
  • Digma Citi 1577 3G
  • Digma Citi 1576 3G
  • Digma Citi 7575 3G
  • Digma Linx Atom 3G
  • Digma Plane 1573N 4G
  • Digma Linx Rage 4G
  • Digma Linx Trix 4G
  • Digma Plane 8566N 3G
  • Digma Optima 1026N 3G
  • Digma Optima 1025N 4G
  • Digma Optima 1024N 4G
  • Digma Optima 1023N 3G
  • Digma Optima 1022N 3G
  • Digma Plane 8021N 4G
  • Digma Plane 7574S 4G
  • Digma Plane 7547S 4G
  • Digma Optima 8019N 4G
  • Digma Optima 7018N 4G
  • Digma Optima 7017N 3G
  • Digma Optima 7016N 3G
  • Digma Plane 7561N 3G
  • Digma Plane 7563N 4G
  • Digma Optima Prime 4 3G
  • Digma Plane 7565N 3G
  • Digma Linx B510 3G
  • Digma Linx A453 3G
  • Digma Hit Q401 3G
  • Digma Plane 8555N 4G
  • Digma Plane 8558 4G
  • Digma Plane 1715T 4G
  • Digma Plane 1553M 4G
  • Digma Plane 7557 4G
  • Digma Plane 7556 3G
  • Digma Plane 7552M 3G
  • Digma Plane 1713T 3G
  • Digma Plane 9654M 3G
  • Digma Plane 1559 4G
  • Digma Vox Fire 4G
  • Digma Vox S513 4G
  • Digma Vox E502 4G
  • Digma Plane 7539E 4G
  • Digma Vox S509 3G
  • Digma Vox S508 3G
  • Digma Hit Q500 3G
  • Digma Vox G501 4G
  • Digma Citi Motion 4G
  • Digma Citi Power 4G
  • Digma Linx A452 3G
  • Digma Citi Z400 3G
  • Digma Vox G500 3G
  • Digma Linx A450 3G
  • Digma Citi ATL 4G
  • Digma Hit Q400 3G
  • Digma Vox S507 4G
  • Digma Vox S506 4G
  • Digma Citi Z560 4G
  • Digma Linx A420 3G
  • Digma Citi Z540 4G
  • Digma Linx A401 3G
  • Digma Vox A10 3G
  • Digma Vox S504 3G
  • Digma Vox S505 3G
  • Digma Linx A501 4G
  • Digma Vox S502 4G
  • Digma Vox Flash 4G
  • Digma Vox S503 4G
  • Digma Citi Z530 3G
  • Digma Citi Z520 3G
  • Digma Citi Z510 3G
  • Digma Vox S502F 3G
  • Digma Vox S502 3G
  • Digma Vox S501 3G
  • Digma Vox G450 3G
  • Digma Linx A500 3G
  • Digma Linx C500 3G
  • Digma Linx A400 3G

Steps To Root Digma device via Magisk

Now, let’s go to the rooting steps with the pre-requirements and download links. Follow the guide completely.


  • The device battery should be charged up to 60% at least.
  • Take a full backup of your device data before flashing.
  • You will require a Windows or Mac PC/Laptop and a USB Cable.

Download Links:

GetDroidTips will not be responsible for any kind of damage/error that occurs to your device during or after following this guide and flashing the firmware file. Proceed at your own risk.

Steps to Extract and Patch Boot.image via Magisk

  • Download the Stock ROM and extract it on your PC.
  • Connect your Digma device via USB cable with the PC 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’ and Magisk will start patching the boot image.
  • After the patch, 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

Follow the link mentioned below for a full detailed guide on how to install patched boot image on any MediaTek device.

Guide to Install Patched Boot Image on MediaTek Handset Guide to Install Patched Boot Image on Spreadtrum devices

In some cases, if the above method doesn’t work on your device, then try via ADB fastboot method.

  • Now, extract the ADB & Fastboot tool, then move the patched boot image file to the same folder.
  • Press and hold down the Shift key + right-mouse-click to open the command window/PowerShell.
  • Next, enter the following command in order to flash the “patched_boot.img” to install Magisk and root your Android device:
fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img
  • For devices with A/B partition system, you have to use the following commands:
fastboot flash boot_a patched_boot.img

fastboot flash boot_b patched_boot.img

Please replace [patched_boot.img] with the name of the boot image file you downloaded followed by the .img extension.

  • Wait for the flashing process to complete.
  • Finally, type in the command to reboot your device.
fastboot reboot
  • That’s it.

Steps to Verify Device Systemless Root:

  1. Download the Magisk Manager app APK file on your device and install it.
  2. Launch the app and 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.
  3. Enjoy!

We can assume that you’ve successfully enabled root access on your device via Magisk. If you’re facing any issue or have any queries, you can ask in the comments down below.



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