Good News to all Redmi Note 9s users. Now you can now install TWRP Recovery and root Redmi Note 9s device without any error. Today we will be giving you steps on How to flash the Recovery for Redmi Note 9s and then Root your device.
TWRP Recovery is a Custom Recovery Official known as TeamWin Recovery built with a touchscreen interface that allows users to install custom firmware and backup their current Rom, which is often unsupported by official stock recovery images.
This TWRP Recovery for Redmi Note 9s is working fully fine and can be used to flash custom ROMs and make full backups. Full touch is also working ok for easy navigation. For those who want to root by flashing Magisk. Find out more features when you install it the Recovery for your Redmi Note 9s.
To Root Redmi Note 9s we are going to be using the Adb Tool Mode with TWRP recovery for Redmi Note 9s. It will be wise you read the post very well before flashing the recovery to avoid any errors or brick of the device. I believe many using this device have googled on how to root their device without getting any good result to worry not with this ported recovery you can now root your device in a minute and get the freedom you need to explore your device the way you like it. Read the tutorial below to the end so that you can root Redmi Note 9s.
The TWRP features an attractive user interface (UI), and by the following the step by step guide you can install TWRP for your Redmi Note 9s. You can download TWRP Recovery for Redmi Note 9s from the links provided in this post. The steps given in this post is merely for installing and rooting TWRP on Redmi Note 9s, you are advised not to use this file for any other Android device.
If you would like to unleash the full potential of your Redmi Note 9s, then flashing the TWRP Recovery and rooting is the main concern. The official Stock firmware of your device has unsupported and limited features of Customization. When you have TWRP recovery flashed and rooted, you are free to install any Xposed, Custom ROMs, custom Kernel and Mods which needs root access for it to work properly.
WHAT DOES ROOTING MEAN?
Rooting doesn’t mean hacking. So please don’t compare the term hacking to rooting. In fact, it is not true at all. Well, Rooting in Android means nothing but jailbreaking the device to get access to the root directory of your android mobile. This means you are removing the restrictions and limitations from your Android device to perform the unperformable tasks.
By Rooting Redmi Note 9s, you are injecting a file known as SU binary to the root of your Android device. By Rooting your device you void the brand warranty give to you but don’t worry, you can restore or unroot your device warranty any time without any issues.
To flash the TWRP Recovery, your Redmi Note 9s bootloader must be Unlocked. That means you have to unlock the bootloader before rooting it for any customization.
You must have to ensure that before rooting your device, you must have understood the method very well and you agree disclaimer policy to proceed further on your risk.
- Your device Should be Charged
Your device must be charged 70% at least else; it may lead to complications when flashing the TWRP recovery and rooting your device.
- Back Up Your device
If you are going to root your device, it is a wise you make back up of your files in your device. Make a back up of all your media file like videos, images and music to your PC and your contacts on Cloud (Gmail).
- Enable USB Debugging
You must enable the USB debugging option by going to Settings>> Applications>> Developer options.
TWRP Recovery Advantage
- Easy to use Xposed Modules’
- Easy to Root and Unroot using TWRP Recovery flashable zip SuperSU
- You can always take FULL NANDROID Backup in case of any modding or flashing.
- You can flash Custom ROM with TWRP Recovery
- You can flash modding zip files to customize your phone
- Easy access to restore the Nandroid Backup.
- To underclock and overclock.
- You can clean Wipe, Cache, and Data.
- You can flash the image file using TWRP Recovery.
- Can remove all bloatware using TWRP Recovery.
What’s new in 3.3.1-0:
* Fix selinux issues during formatting – dianlujitao* Various fixes for toybox and toolbox builds – CaptainThrowback and bigbiff* Flash both A and B partitions when installing a recovery ramdisk – Dees_Troy* Add option to uninstall TWRP app from /system – Dees_Troy* Create digest for subpartitions – bigbiff
What’s new in 3.3.0-0:
* Merge AOSP 9.0 r3 (Dees_Troy)* Use ANDROID_ROOT variable instead of hard coding to /system (CaptainThrowback)* Decrypt FBE on 9.0 and metadata decrypt (Dees_Troy)* vold decrypt updates (CaptainThrowback and nijel8)* Support vibration on LED class devices (notsyncing)* Metadata decrypt support for Pixel 3 (Dees_Troy)* Support rotating the display via build flag (vladimiroltean)* Reboot to EDL mode button (mauronofrio)* Support MTP on FFS devices (bigbiff)* Update FDE decrypt to support keymaster 3 and 4 (Dees_Troy)* Detect mkfs.f2fs version to properly format on f2fs partitions (Dees_Troy)* Allow TWRP to use md5 and sha256 checksums for zip installs (bigbiff)* TWRP can use /data/cache/recovery and /persist/cache/recovery on AB devices
with no cache partition (bigbiff)* Switch part of advanced menus in TWRP to use a listbox of options (Dees_Troy)* Use magiskboot to allow repacking boot images for installing TWRP (Dees_Troy
with thanks to topjohnwu of course)
What’s new in 3.2.3-0:
* Fix automatic installing of OTA zips on encrypted devices* Remove SuperSU from TWRP* Support both md5 and md5sum file extensions when doing MD5 checking for zip files
What’s new in 3.2.2-0:
* adb backup fixes* OTA style update zips will now install automatically without prompting for decrypt* minor tweaks to handling date/time on Qualcomm devices* updates to some language translations
What’s new in 3.2.1-0:
* minui fixes (cryptomilk)* Better android-8.0 compatibility in ROM trees (Dees_Troy)* Fix missing library in android-8.0 (nkk71)* Fix inconsistent SDCard naming (DevUt)* Default to TWRP restore instead of adb backup restore to fix restore
on fresh TWRP boot (jlask)
What’s new in 3.2.0-0:
- Allow restoring adb backups in the TWRP GUI (bigbiff)
- Fix gzip backup error in adb backups (bigbiff)
- Fix a bug in TWRP’s backup routines that occasionally corrupted backup files (nkk71)
- Better support for installing Android 8.0 based zips due to legacy props (nkk71)
- Support vold decrypt with keymaster 3.0 in 8.0 firmwares (nkk71)
- Decrypt of synthetic passwords for Pixel 2 (Dees_Troy)
- Support newer ext4 FBE policies for backup and restore in libtar (Dees_Troy)
- v2 fstab support (Dees_Troy)
- Bring TWRP forward to android 8.0 AOSP base (Dees_Troy)
- Various other minor bugfixes and tweaks
What’s new in 3.1.1-0:
- Backups will now include adopted storage keys (Dees_Troy)
- Fixed an adb restore issue (bigbiff)
- Fixed rebooting when no OS is present (Dees_Troy)
- Fixed line wrapping in the GUI terminal (_that)
- Updated TWRP source code to AOSP 7.1.2 (Dees_Troy)Updated TWRP source code to AOSP 7.1.2
- – Recovery Name: Team Win Recovery Project Recovery
- – Recovery Version: v3.4.1-0
- – Recovery Status: Stable
- – Current Stable Version: Unofficial
- – Supported Language: Multi-Language Support
Things You Need
We are not responsible if you brick your phone in the process of flashing the recovery.
Install Recovery For Redmi Note 9s
- Download the Twrp Recovery From the below link,
Download ADB folder and Fastboot driver Installer.
- Go to Setting>About Phone>type 7 time Build number > Back>Developer Option and Enable Device Debugging And Oem Unlock.
- Now Install Correct ADB and fastboot Driver on Your PC
- Go to ADB folder then connect your device the to PC Via USB cord
- Type Cmd at the top URL bar of your drive C to bring the Command Layout
- Then type this command Adb Reboot bootloader
- Your Device should boot into Fastboot Mode
- The recovery you downloaded (Rename to it to recovery) then move to the adb Folder.
- Now type this Command
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img fastboot flash vbmeta vbmeta.img fastboot boot recovery.img
- The above command will make ADB flash the Recovery you copied to Adb folder
Vola you have successfully flash the TWRP recovery on your device so next thing to do is to root Redmi Note 9s if it is not rooted.
Next is flashing the no-verity-opt-encrypt and Magisk file
Still, on the TWRP Recovery Mode connect your device to the computer via USB copy the no-verity-opt-encrypt and Magisk file to your device.
How To Root Redmi Note 9s
Make sure that you have downloaded the Magisk. Then, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Transfer the downloaded Magisk/SuperSU file to the internal storage or Mcard of your smartphone.
Step 2: Now, boot into Recovery Mode. From the TWRP recovery interface, you are recommended to backup your device Stock ROM if in case the process gets failed, you can restore your Stock ROM back via the TWRP Recovery Mode.
Step 3: Click on the Install‘, and navigate to the file no-verity-opt-encrypt and Magisk file’ and swipe to confirm the flash for both files. The flashing process should start it will take some seconds to complete.
Congratulations, now you have rooted your Redmi Note 9s and also have TWRP Recovery installed. Now, you can now install the Xposed Framework, and customise your device as per your preference. If you wish to verify that your device is rooted, download Root Checker app to check your device Root Status.
I believe with this tutorial Rooting your Redmi Note 9s will not be a problem for you at all.
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