Root Realme 3 Pro and Install TWRP Recovery
Realme is not the same as Redmi, but the brand has carved out a space for itself in the market. The Oppo sub-brand has been selling several phones at very aggressive prices, beating Xiaomi at their own game, for three years now. The Realme 3 Pro is definitely not the third Realme phone but one of the third generation phones from the company. And now, since you can install TWRP recovery in it, you can also root the Realme 3 Pro.
You probably already know, rooting can void the warranty. To root the device, you will need third party tools and software. Neither of these third parties, nor us, will be to blame if it ends up damaging the device. You should understand the risks involved and take full responsibility for your own actions.
You can proceed with confidence that this method will work. Still, it’s possible to run into unintentional errors. In this case, you must understand that you have been warned, and that you use it anyway. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible for any damage to your device.
The rooting process itself does not require you to format the device or it should be formatted automatically. Still, make sure you have backed up everything important, including files and folders on the internal storage. Try to make a backup first. If you haven’t unlocked the bootloader, your device will be wiped clean, including internal storage, when you unlock it.
- Realme 3 Pro with unlocked bootloader.
- PC with ADB and Fastboot. If you don’t have it already, you can grab the Android SDK platform tools from here and extract the zip file anywhere on your PC. The extracted platform-tools folder contains all the tools needed to run ADB and Fastboot.
- Windows users also need to install Oppo USB drivers.
- Enable USB debugging and OEM unlock on your device, found in Developer options.
- Buka Settings > About phone.
- Tap Build number 7 times.
- You’ll see a notification message that says, “You’re a developer”.
- Go back to Settings now, and you will find a new option called “Developer Options”, select it.
- Scroll down and find OEM Unlocking and USB Debugging and tap on the toggle for to enable. OEM Unlocking should be enabled or grayed out if you have unlocked the bootloader.
- Make sure the device is charged at least 50%. This ensures that your device will not run out of battery during the process as that could be bad.
- TWRP: twrp-3.3.1-1-RMX1851.img (located in the downloaded platform-tools folder)
- Magisk : Magisk-v19.3.zip
Instal TWRP Recovery Pada Realme 3 Pro
- Connect Realme 3 Pro to PC with USB cable and launch ADB. On Windows, just go to platform-tools and enter cmd in the address bar. On Mac and Linux, just right-click inside the folder and select Open in Terminal to launch Terminal and start using ADB.
- Reboot the phone into fastboot mode using the following ADB commands.
adb reboot bootloader
You may need to allow USB debugging on your phone if you haven’t done this before.
- Once in fastboot mode, flash the TWRP image you downloaded earlier.
fastboot flash recovery /path/to/twrp-3.3.1-1-RMX1851.img
Replace /path/to/ with the image file location path. This step can be avoided if you move the TWRP image inside the ADB folder. This will shorten the command to:
fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.3.1-1-RMX1851.img
- Now reboot the device using the following command:
Root Realme 3 Pro
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- Reconnect the device to the PC and use the ADB commands given below to boot it into the newly installed TWRP recovery.
adb reboot recovery
- Once in TWRP recovery, it is advisable to have a full backup of your android device, just in case you want to restore the device to its original state. To do this, go to Backup and select all partitions. Swipe at the bottom to start the backup process.
- When you have a backup, or you have decided to skip it, select Install from the TWRP main menu.
- Navigate to the place where you saved and select the Magisk-v19.3.zip file that was downloaded earlier.
- Swipe at the bottom to flash the zip.
- Once done, you will see a Reboot system button at the bottom, tap on that and your device will reboot to its normal state.
When you turn it back on, your device should be rooted and you should find Magisk Manager among all the other apps. If you have any questions, you can leave a comment below.