Sunday, November 1, 2020

Does flashing/installing twrp recovery mean rooting the device as well?

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  • #16210
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    I’m new to rooting and I hope someone can help me here.

    So I am able to boot to Philz Touch Recovery on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 SM-237P. If I can boot into that recovery, does that mean my phone successfully got rooted? I used Odin to install Philz Touch Recovery.

    Yup, I messed up and don’t have an operating system. Some of the ROMs installed but my tablet didn’t boot into them. I’m having a hard time finding an appropriate ROM, and it’s because I’m not familiar with most of the working ROMs. I tried several of them.

    Can someone please help me find a ROM and give me some guidance? Thanks.

    #16211
    Seikhotheng Lhangum
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    But these group for root user

    #16212
    Seikhotheng Lhangum
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    No bro booting into custom recovery doesn’t mean your device is rooted……
    Steps goes like this in every device
    First *unlock bootloader
    Second *custom recovery (Twrp,Cwm,orange,philz)etc
    Third *Rooting by flashing Root flashable files via custom recovery(Twrp,cwn,orange,phiz)etc,
    Not sure for samsung

    Bad English I hope you understand

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