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Root Nokia 7.2 With Magisk – Install TWRP Custom Recovery

Written by Hassan Abbas

Now the users of Nokia 7.2 can install the TWRP custom recovery and root Nokia 7.2 with Magisk. If you are searching for a way to customize it, then you are in the right place. Installing the TWRP recovery and rooting the device is the main concern. By installing the TWRP custom recovery and root your device, you can customize your device beyond the limits.

After installing the TWRP custom recovery, you will be free to root your device with Magisk. Here in this article, we come with a simple guide on how to root Nokia 7.2 and install TWRP custom recovery. As we know that Android is an open-source OS that is easily customized and modified by developers and users. Most of the Android users wish to customize their devices because the official stock firmware is limited and does not support some apps which need rooting.

So if you are one of them and want to get the special privilege or “root permissions” on your phone. First, you install the TWRP custom recovery, and then you will be able to root your device. Rooting is processed through that you can get the full access on your device or you gaining full admin control of the Android device. Basically rooting is just like the bridge between phone and customizations.

Advantages Of Rooting The Phone:

There are many advantages of rooting the phone, such as flashing different Custom MODs, ROMs, installing special apps, increasing your phone’s performance, and so on. Take the proper backup of all your phone valuable data before proceeding. Now go to the instructions portion and follow the given below guide.


We will not responsible for any damage that occurred to your Nokia 7.2 during or after the installation of TWRP custom recovery. Make sure replacing the stock recovery with TWRP recovery isn’t an official process so that you will lose the warranty of your Nokia 7.2.


  • Take a proper backup of all your important data like your contacts, call logs, texts, images, videos, and audio files on Nokia 7.2 before starting the flashing process. It is recommended to keep everything safe and secured by syncing your files with your account.
  • A Windows-based PC will be required for this process to install the Nokia 7.2 USB drivers and the Android SDK toolkit.
  • The bootloader of your phone should be unlocked, otherwise, you’ll not be able to flash the TWRP.
  • Enable USB Debugging option by navigating to Menu – Settings – Developer Options.
  • The battery level of your Nokia 7.2 smartphone should be at least about 70% to avoid unexpected shutdowns during installation.

Required Files:

Steps to Flash TWRP Recovery on Nokia 7.2:

1: Download the TWRP Fastboot image, the flashable TWRP installer and the SuperSU package from the above-given links on the desktop of your PC.

2: Next, choose the Fastboot TWRP image and copy/paste it to the same folder as ADB and Fastboot on your PC.

3: Turn ON your Nokia 7.2 and connect it to the PC using its USB data cable.

4: Move the TWRP flashable zip file and the SuperSU package to your Nokia 7.2.

5: Navigate to the ADB and Fastboot folder on your PC and within that folder, open a cmd window and type this command to automatically rebooted into bootloader mode on your phone.

adb reboot bootloader

6: Now, type the following command and hit Enter to boot your phone into TWRP recovery:

fastboot boot twrp-3.0.2-0-alpha1-fastboot-marlin.img

7: From there, tap on Install and load the TWRP recovery .zip file. Swipe to begin the flashing process.

8: When done, reboot your phone.

9: Finally, go back to the main menu of Recovery and install the SuperSU root exploit.

10: Once the SuperSU root exploits are installed, reboot your Nokia 7.2.

How to Root Nokia 7.2:


Done! You have successfully installed TWRP recovery and Unlock bootloader on your Nokia 7.2, and you can now reboot your phone into recovery mode.

Also Read: How To Root LG G4 H815 Using Chainfire’s SuperSU Root Tool

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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