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How to Root Samsung Galaxy M10 without PC

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Written by Hassan Abbas

Root Samsung Galaxy M10: Here the question is do you want to use the full functionality of your Android device? If yes, then you should root your Android phone. The main rooting Android benefits include eliminating all the limitations put forth by the manufacturer and experiencing full administrative access to your phone’s operating system. Furthermore, you can totally change the system files and increase the key elements of your phone.

Additionally, you can get total control over the entire Android system. Besides, you can even remove the pre-installed bloatware apps to free up some memory. However, the only rooting Android phone disadvantages are protection issues and security. After root, the security-related tools will not work on the rooted phones. In this article, we’ll root Samsung Galaxy M10, unlock bootloader and install TWRP without PC.

Amazing Features:

Samsung Galaxy M10 is specially designed and priced for the proffered Indian audience. It comes with an absolute modern looking design with an ultra-wide camera and reliable battery. It offers 6.7 inches of Super AMOLED screen with 1080 x 2400 pixels of resolution. Also, it sports 1.6GHz Exynos 7870 octa-core processor with 16/32 GB storage and 2/3 GB RAM.

In this article, we’ll not Root Android phones without Flashify, Kingroot or Root master apps. Instead, we’ll use TWRP recovery and flash SuperSU and Magisk zip files. Come let’s go and check our article on how to root Samsung Galaxy M10 without PC given below.


Rooting will void your phone warranty. Most important, implement the steps at your own risk. We will not be held responsible for any damage whatsoever.


  • Ensure to charge your phone to at least 60%.
  • Also, enable USB debugging from phone settings. Refer our guide:

How to Enable USB debugging of Samsung Galaxy M10.

  • Also, flash the latest official TWRP custom recovery. Refer our guide:

How to Install TWRP recovery on Galaxy M10.

  • For safety, backup your entire phone data including contacts, messages, apps, call logs and notes, etc.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy M10

Method 1: Magisk


Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy M10:

Step 1: 


Step 2:

Switch off your Galaxy M10 and boot it into TWRP recovery mode.

Step 3: 

Press and hold the Volume Up + Power button simultaneously. Leave both the keys as soon as the TWRP logo pops up.


If you are not able to boot the phone into recovery then use the Reboot Recovery app from Google Play Store.

Step 4:

When you enter TWRP, click on Install.

Step 5:

Simply navigate to the downloaded file and select it.

Step 6:

On the next screen, swipe right to start Galaxy M10 root process. The Magisk flashing process will complete within few minutes. When it finishes a successful message will appear.

Step 7:

If you want to restart your phone, click on the Reboot System option.

Finally! This is how you can root Samsung Galaxy M10 using Magisk and TWRP recovery.


To check whether your mobile is successfully rooted or not, use the Root Checker app from Google Play Store.

Method 2: SuperSU


Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy M10:

Step 1: 


Step 2:

Similarly, just like Method 1, reboot your phone into TWRP recovery.

Step 3:

Now click on Install from the TWRP recovery main menu.

Step 4:

Navigate and select the downloaded file.

Step 5:

Simply swipe right to start the SuperSU flashing process.

Calm down and wait! As soon as the rooting completes, a successful message will popup.

Finally! You have successfully rooted Samsung Galaxy M10 using SuperSU and TWRP recovery.


That’s it. You did a good job now go ahead and flash custom ROM on Galaxy M10, install the kernel, mods like Xposed framework, etc. If you face any difficulty or have any problem related to this article, then inform us through the comments section below.

Till then Spread Love and Keep Smiling.
Peace out! 🙂

Also Read: Guide on How to TWRP Recovery and Root Samsung Galaxy A40

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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