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Root Samsung Galaxy A50s without PC

Written by Hassan Abbas

Root Samsung Galaxy A50s: After Google released its 10th Android version, various third party developers are launching unofficial custom firmware for Samsung Galaxy A50s smartphone. This Samsung handset was launched with the Android 9.0 Pie OneUI operating system. However, we cannot judge whether it will receive any further official software update or not.

Besides waiting for an official OTA update, you can flash custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy A50s. Using the way you can enjoy and experience the newly released Android OS on your device. However, to install custom ROM on Galaxy A50s, you need to install TWRP recovery and root Android phones. In this guide, we’ll also root Samsung Galaxy A50s without PC.

Samsung Galaxy A50s launch in India was September 2019. It was launched to give competition to Xiaomi Redmi K20 and Realme phones. This device features 6.4 inches of Infinity-U display. Also, it is powered by Octa-core Exynos 9611 processor which gives excellent performance gaming wise.

Moreover, Galaxy A50s features a triple camera setup on the rear. Particularly, it includes a 48MP wide lens, 5MP depth sensor, and 8MP ultra-wide lens. Having such a good Galaxy A50s specification, this handset can easily handle the latest Android version. Do you want to root Samsung Galaxy A50s? Then here, in this easy guide, we’ll teach you to root Galaxy A50s SM-A507FN without using PC. We’ll not root Android phones without Kingroot, Flashify or any other apps. But we’ll use TWRP recovery and flash SuperSU and Magisk zip files.


The root will destroy your phone’s warranty. However, to regain it back, you can un-root or flash the stock firmware. Follow the steps carefully. Make sure we’ll not be responsible for any kind of damage.


  • Charge your phone to a minimum of 50% to avoid any interruptions.
  • Also, enable USB debugging from setting.

How to Enable USB debugging on Samsung Galaxy A50s.

  • Also, install the latest official TWRP custom recovery before going ahead.

How to Install TWRP recovery on Samsung Galaxy A50s.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy A50s without PC:

Method 1: Magisk


Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy A50s without PC:

Step 1: 

Firstly, download

Step 2:

Boot your Samsung Galaxy A50s into TWRP recovery mode.

Step 3: 

Tap the install button on the main screen.

Step 4:

From the files, browse and choose the downloaded file.

Step 5:

On the next screen, swipe in the right direction to initiate the file flashing process.

Step 6:

Wait a while until the process starts.

Step 7:

Tap on Reboot System option to restart your phone. Finally! This is how you can root Samsung Galaxy A50s using Magisk and TWRP recovery.

Note: To confirm whether your phone is successfully rooted or not, use the Root Checker app from Google Play Store.

Method 2: SuperSU


Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy A50s:

Step 1: 


Step 2:

Similarly, like Method 1, boot your phone into TWRP recovery mode.

Step 3:

Just press and hold the Volume Up button + Power button at the same time. Leave both the buttons as soon as you see the TWRP logo.

Note: If you face any issue to boot phone into recovery, use the TWRP Manager app from Google Play Store.

Step 4:

In the main menu of TWRP, click on the Install option.

Step 5:

Search and select the downloaded file.

Step 6:

Simply swipe the right to start the SuperSU installation process.

Relax and wait for a few minutes. Once the rooting completes, a root successful message will appear on the screen.

Note: To confirm whether your phone is successfully rooted or not, use the Root Checker app from Google Play Store.


Finally! You have successfully rooted Samsung Galaxy A50s using SuperSU and TWRP recovery.

That’s it. Now you are free to flash custom ROM on Galaxy A70s, install the kernel, mods like Xposed framework, etc. Also, for any queries, suggestions or problems related to this guide, kindly inform us through the comment section given below.

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Also Read: Root Huawei P9 without PC: How to?

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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