Here, we will show you the steps to root your Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus device by using Magisk patched AP file. Now let’s get started.
- 1 Root Galaxy S22 Plus by using the Magisk Patched AP
- 1.1 Unlock Bootloader
- 1.2 Get Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus Stock Firmware
- 1.3 Patch Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus AP by using Magisk
- 1.4 Send Patched AP File to PC
- 1.5 Boot Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus to Download Mode
- 1.6 Install Odin
- 1.7 Flash Patched AP file by using Odin & Root Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus
- 1.8 Share this:
- 1.9 Related
Root Galaxy S22 Plus by using the Magisk Patched AP
Firstly, unlock the bootloader on the device. Note that doing so will trip Knox & reset your device.
Get Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus Stock Firmware
- Firstly, get the Frija Tool and bring it out to any convenient location on your computer.
- Set up the tool & type in your device’s Model Numer & CSC Code.
- Press the Check Update button & it shall bring up the newest available firmware.
- Press the Download button, choose the directory where you want to download the firmware, & press the Save.
- Now the downloading method will begin. At the time when it is done, so then the tool will then decrypt the firmware.
- When the decryption is complete, it shall explain the Download Complete message.
- Open the folder where you guys have downloaded the firmware & bring it out.
- Upon extraction, get the AP, BL, CP, CSC, & HOME_CSC files. Here we will be using these files (except for HOME_CSC) in order to root the Galaxy S22 Plus by using Magisk.
Patch Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus AP by using Magisk
- Now transfer the AP file from the extracted firmware folder over to the device.
- Get the newest version of the Magisk Application.
- Set up the app. Press the Install button next to Magisk.
- Now choose Select & Patch a File, go to the AP TAR file and choose it.
- Press the Let’s Go button located at the top right. Wait for the patching to complete.
- At the time when it is done, get the patched AP file named magisk_patched_ [random_number].tar under the Downloads folder.
Send Patched AP File to PC
Now you guys will have to transfer this patched AP file to the Personal Computer. But the usual USB method is known to cause some problems. So, you should instead choose the ADB Pull method. Here is how it could be done:
- Firstly, download Android SDK Platform Tools. Bring it out to any convenient location on your Computer.
- Go to this platform-tools folder, copy and paste in CMD in its address bar, and press Enter. This shall set up the CMD window.
- Here connect your device to the Computer by using the USB cable. Enable USB Debugging from Developer Options.
- Now you should use the following command in order to transfer the patched AP file to the Computer (ensure to replace the random strings accordingly)
adb pull /sdcard/Download/magisk_patched_[random_strings]
Boot Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus to Download Mode
- Firstly, start by switching off the device,
- Press & hold Vol Up + Vol Down together. Here connect the device to the computer by using the USB cable.
- At the time when you guys see the Warning message on the device, you should release the pressed keys.
- Now hit the Volume Up key once. Your device will be booted to Download Mode.
- Get the Odin Tool from this link.
- Bring it out to a convenient location on the Computer.
- Open the folder where you guys have extracted the tool.
- Double-Tap on the Odin3_v3.14.4 EXE file in order to set up the tool.
Flash Patched AP file by using Odin & Root Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus
- Set up the Odin tool on the Computer.
- Tap on the BL button, go to the extracted firmware folder. Choose the BL file.
- Press the AP button, go to the patched AP.tar file and choose it.
- Press the CP button, go to the extracted firmware folder. Choose the CP file.
- Tap on the CSC button, go to the extracted firmware folder. Choose the CSC file [the normal CSC, not the HOME_CSC].
- When all the files have been loaded, press the Start button. Now the flashing process will begin & could take a few minutes.
- Once completed, you should get the PASS!‘ message. Similarly, your device will automatically boot to the OS.