How to Root Poco F2 – Rooting Guide
Xiaomi’s Pocophone has made a revolution on the Smartphone Market With Their First Model Poco F1.
Again they are coming to change the rules, Poco F2 Has the Flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Chipset.
Yes, The Same one which comes with the TOP Brands Flagship only. The Main Advantage of Pocophone is the Half Price challenge.
Anyway, I am not going to talk about their marketing strategy here. I came to Help you to Root Poco F2.
So Many people Asked me, How to Root Pocophone F2? That’s the reason for this article. Here I will share you the best method for Poco F2 Rooting.
Your Poco F2 Should Be Fully Charged
Backup All Your Important Data to a Safe Location
Flash & Install TWRP Recovery ( Most Important ) – Do it With Own Risk.
Note: Flashing TWRP May Require a PC.
Poco F2 Root Guide
- Download Magisk Manager to Your Poco F2
- Copy Magisk Manager to The Internal Memory & Rename that to update.zip
- Turn the Device Power OFF
- Boot in to TWRP Recovery – by Pressing Volume UP & Power Button Together
- Goto Wipe & Wipe the Cache
- After Wiped Cache, Goto Install & Select the update.zip file from internal storage
- Your Pocophone F2 will Start Flashing the update.zip file
- After Flash Completed Poco F2 will have Root Access
- Restart The Phone & Check Root Access
What are the Advantages of Rooting Xiaomi Pocophone F2?
The Main Advantage is Installing Custom ROM.
If Your Poco F2 has Android 8 and Xiaomi does not provide Android 9 Update, Then You can Install Custom ROM, When You has Root Access and Custom Recovery like TWRP.
Another Major Advantage is, You can access Android File Library. A root access phone software allows the user to change secure values.
What are the Disadvantages of Poco F2 Root?
It Voids The Warranty, that is The Main Disadvantage.
Any kind of modification on the device is not allowed. Rooting is a Modification on the OS, So it Voids the warranty.
Another major disadvantage is the access to the secure library.
Any modifications or removal of the secure folder may lead to damage to the device.
Rooting allows permission to the Phone’s secure folders. Any miss use or unknown action may damage your phone.
Rooting is something Riskier.
Root gives access to the third party applications, we can’t predict what they are actually doing on your phone.
Pocofone F2 Rooting is actually meaning turning off All Securities of the Operating System, So do this with Own Risk.
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