Tips & tricks to Root Android 13 using the Magisk Patched Boot

Root Android 13 Magisk

Today in this tutorial, you guys will learn the ways to root your Android 13 device by using the Magisk patched boot.img file. Let’s get started.

Tips & Tricks to Root Android 13 via Magisk Patched Boot.img

The following instructions are explained just under separate sections for you guys to understand easily. You should make sure to follow the exact sequence as listed.

Get Android SDK

First of all, get the Android SDK on your computer. Actually, this is the official ADB & Fastboot binary which is offered by Google & is the only recommended one. Install it & then bring it out to any suitable location on your Personal Computer. It will provide you guys with the platform-tools folder. Though it will be used throughout this guide.

Enable USB Debugging & OEM Unlocking

Actually, this process will make the device more notable by the PC in ADB mode. This will permit you guys to boot your device to Fastboot Mode. On the other hand, OEM Unlocking is actually needed to manage the bootloader unlocking process.

Open Settings > About Phone > Tap on Build Number 7 times > Again go to Settings > System > Advanced > Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging & OEM Unlocking.

Unlock Bootloader

Now unlock the device’s bootloader. In case you guys had updated your device via Flash Tool or Fastboot, the bootloader will also be already unlocked. But in case you guys had upgraded by using the ADB sideload, at that time would you guys just need to conduct this task. Also, remember that it will clear all the data from your device & also could nullify its warranty.

Boot to Fastboot Mode

  1. Here you have to connect your device to the Personal Computer by using the USB cable. Ensure USB Debugging is enabled.
  2. Go to the platform-tools folder, copy and paste in CMD in the address bar, & press Enter. This will set up the Command Prompt.
  3. Copy and paste the below command in the CMD window in order to boot your device to Fastboot Mode
    adb reboot bootloader
  4. In order to check the Fastboot connection, copy and paste the following command.
    fastboot devices

Extract Stock Boot.img

  1. First of all, you have to get the stock firmware [factory image] for the device.
  2. Ensure to get the exact version that is now installed on the device. In order to verify the same, so then go to Settings > About Phone > Build Number.
  3. At the time when it is downloaded, then bring it out to any convenient location on the Computer. You are able to also extract the firmware by using the WinZIP/WinRAR & also get the boot.img from the Images folder, for Pixel Devices.
  4. When you guys have got the boot.img file, ensure to send it to the device.

See: Way to Install Android 13 via Fastboot: Guide

Patch Boot.img via Magisk

  1. Get the newest Magisk APK on the device.
  2. Set it up and press the Install button available next to Magisk.
  3. Here opt to ‘Select and Patch a File’, go to the stock boot.img file. Choose it.
  4. Click on the Let’s Go button located at the top right.
  5. Now the boot.img file will be patched & also located just under the Downloads folder on the device.
  6. Send this file to the platform-tools folder on the Computer. You have to here rename it to magisk_patched. Here we will be using this file in order to root your Android 13 device.

Boot Android 13 by using the Magisk Patched Boot.img

Firstly, you have to boot your device by using the patched boot.img, in spite of directly flashing it. You can verify in case everything is going well. In case everything is working well, then you probably proceed to the permanent root. Copy and paste the following command in order to boot your device by using the magisk patched boot.img. Thus get the temporary root.

fastboot boot magisk_patched.img

Permanent Root Android 13 by using the Direct Install

  1. Firstly, set up the Magisk Manager App.
  2. Click on Install > Direct Install. Click Let’s Go which is located at the top-right.
  3. Reboot your device.
  4. Now your device will boot to the rooted OS.

That’s it!

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