After rooting the Redmi 10X Pro a whole lot of possibilities will open! When the TWRP is already available for Redmi 10X Pro it becomes much easier to root by flashing Magisk!
In this step by step guide I am using Magisk to root Redmi 10X Pro.
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Required Downloads to Root Redmi 10X Pro[su_note note_color=”#D7E3F4″ text_color=”#728095″ radius=”3″ class=”” id=””]Before rooting the Redmi 10X Pro, you need to install few things. The below list provides all the required resources.[/su_note] [su_note note_color=”#D8F1C6″ text_color=”#769958″ radius=”3″ class=”” id=””]
- Magisk 20.4 Download (link has both installer and uninstaller)
- TWRP Download for Redmi 10X Pro
- Unlock bootloader of Redmi 10X Pro
- Download and install ADB and Fastboot
– ADB Installer for Windows
– Minimal ADB and Fastboot for Windows
– ADB Fastboot for Linux and MAC
A Word of Caution before flashing Magisk on Redmi 10X Pro![su_note note_color=”#FBF4DD” text_color=”#A38C68″ radius=”3″ class=”” id=””]When Magisk is installed it alters some of the system files so, it may bring bootloop or some inconsistent behavior.
But nothing to worry as it can be reversed completely to bring back to its original state![/su_note]
How to Root Redmi 10X Pro with Magisk?
There might be many ways of rooting Redmi 10X Pro, but here I am going to write down only a single method, that is flashing Magisk installer zip using a custom recovery such as TWRP recovery.
How to Install Magisk on Redmi 10X Pro using TWRP?
Once ready with the basics, follow the below instructions to install the Magisk installer zip file to root.
- Unlock bootloader of Redmi 10X Pro using the link given above
- Install TWRP on Redmi 10X Pro using the given link above
- Download and copy the Magisk Installer zip file to your phone
- Reboot the phone into TWRP recovery on Redmi 10X Pro [su_note note_color=”#D7E3F4″ text_color=”#728095″ radius=”3″ class=”” id=””]It is important to have a custom recovery on your Redmi 10X Pro at this stage. The stock recovery does not have provision to flash the Magisk installer zip file.[/su_note]
- To boot into the recovery mode, connect your phone to the PC, and execute the following command on your PC:
adb reboot recovery[su_note note_color=”#D7E3F4″ text_color=”#728095″ radius=”3″ class=”” id=””]Or you can power off the phone and then press and hold the Power button + Volume Up button to boot into the recovery mode.[/su_note]
- If you have any PIN lock set on the phone then enter the same PIN on the TWRP (if it is asked) to decrypt the phone’s internal storage
- Click Install > Select the Magisk zip file > Swipe to confirm flash
- Once done, reboot to system and you are done.
As a part of Magisk installation the Magisk Manager App should have been installed. If not installed for some reason, you can manually install the Magisk Manager APK manually.
The Magisk Manager App is used to manage supersu access, install Magisk modules, manipulate AVB and force encryption etc.
How to Uninstall Magisk or Remove Root from Redmi 10X Pro?
If your phone is not booting even after a long time after installing Magisk, then most likely it is in bootloop state! So, boot into TWRP again and install the uninstaller zip file to completely remove the Magisk installation.
Download the Magisk Uninstaller zip file from the same Magisk download link provided above. Install the zip file the way you have installed the Installer zip file.[su_note note_color=”#D7E3F4″ text_color=”#728095″ radius=”3″ class=”” id=””]In this case you will end up without Magisk and a non-rooted Redmi 10X Pro phone. If this happens, you can reply in with the scenario so that I can analyze and try to help you get the rooting done![/su_note]
How to check if ROOT is enabled on Redmi 10X Pro?
Install the ROOT checker app to verify if your phone is ROOTED or not.
- Open the Root Checker app and then tap on the Verify Root Status
- If asked, grant the permission to superuser request.