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Easy Method To Root Jinga Hit 4G Using Magisk [No TWRP needed]

In this guide, we will share with you steps to Root Jinga Hit 4G Using Magisk without any custom recovery or TWRP recovery. Rooting is the process of allowing users of smartphones, tablets and other devices running the Android operating system to get superuser control over the system. It offers administrative power and permissions to change or customize the system apps or settings easily.

The Jinga OEMs doesn’t provide you an option to enable root access on your device easily by default. You need to do it via some tweaks. Improper rooting steps or guide may void your Jinga Hit 4G warranty and can brick your device as well. So, take a full backup of your Jinga Hit 4G before doing anything. So, if you’re a Jinga Hit 4G device user which runs on MediaTek chipset and wants to enable root access on your device. Then you’re in the right place.

Jinga Hit 4G

Steps To Root Jinga Hit 4G Using Magisk

Remember that the files and guide are for Jinga Hit 4G device only. Do not use it on any other device. Follow all the guide mentioned here properly.

Pre-Requirements:

  • Keep your device battery charged up to 50% for a smoother process.
  • As we mentioned earlier, take a full backup of device data (Internal Storage, SMS).
  • A Windows or Mac PC/Laptop also necessary to complete the flashing process.
  • A USB cable is required to connect your device with the computer.

Download Links:

We are at GetDroidTips will not be responsible for any issue occurred to your device during or after following this guide. Do it at your own risk.

Extract and Patch Boot.image using Magisk

  • After downloading the Stock ROM, extract it to your PC.
  • Connect your 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 Install and again select install.
  • Now, tap on ‘Patch Boot Image File’.Install patched boot image TWRP
  • Go to storage 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 Jinga Hit 4G

Check out the link given below for a full guide on how to install patched boot image on any MediaTek device.

Guide to Install Patched Boot Image on MediaTek Handset

Please Note: If the above mentioned method doesn’t work on your Jinga Hit 4G, then try to do it via ADB & Fastboot method.

  • We assume that you have already downloaded the ADB & Fastboot tool from the link given above.
  • Now, extract the ADB fastboot tool, then move the patched boot image to the same folder.
  • Hold the Shift key and right click on the mouse to open the command window/PowerShell.
  • Next, enter the following command:
    • 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, 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.

  • The flashing process will begin. Once done, run
    fastboot reboot

Verify Device Root:

  1. Download the Magisk Manager app APK file > install it on your device and open it.
  2. In order to verify whether you have successfully enabled systemless root, check the status mode. If you see all options are green checked, that means you have successfully rooted.

Magisk Status Check

You’re done. Hope this guide will help you if you want to root your Jinga Hit 4G via Magisk. Feel free to comment down below about your thoughts and queries.

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