Today, Androidbiits.com will share a tremendous news with Poco M3 (M2010J19CG, M2010J19CI) (citrus) owners. You can use TWRP 3.5.0-0 Recovery and Magisk v21.2 to root your phone. It comes with 198g weight, IPS LCD display, 128GB internal storage space, 8MP front facing camera, Bluetooth v5.0, accelerometer sensor, 6000mAh battery and reverse charging support. If you have managed to unlock bootloader of Poco M3 M2010J19CG, then you can root your phone. You can install Magisk v21.2 on your phone after installing TWRP v3.5.0-0 Recovery. According to XDA Developer topjohnwu, installing Magisk on Android smartphone will give root. So you can root Poco M3 M2010J19CI by installing Magisk. If you have successfully unlocked bootloader, then Androidbiits.com will help you in rooting Poco M3. Previously, I have published the simple instructions for unlocking bootloader of Poco M3. Now, I will discuss about the step-by-step tutorial to root Xiaomi Poco M3.
I am expecting that you will be able to root Poco M3 M2010J19CG using TWRP v3.5.0-0 and Magisk v21.2 without experiencing problem after reading the tutorial written in Androidbiits.com. Magisk v21.2 is developed by XDA Developer topjohnwu. Poco M3 M2010J19CI may lose warranty after being rooted. This method will remove the factory restrictions of your phone. It will let you enjoy many Custom ROM on your phone. This method will also let you enjoy many other benefits on your phone.
You must save your private documents securely including messages and contacts before rooting Poco M3 M2010J19CG using TWRP v3.5.0-0 and Magisk v21.2, because there is a possibility of losing all documents from your phone. If you are a big fan of Custom ROM and planning to install it on your Poco M3, then you must be eagerly waiting to root your phone.
Below are the steps using which you can root Poco M3 M2010J19CG. Androidbiits.com will not be responsible if your phone got broken while being rooted using Magisk v21.2. Poco M3 battery must be above 84 percentage before following the rooting steps. You will not be able to root your phone without unlocking its bootloader.
How to Root Xiaomi Poco M3 M2010J19CG Easily [Simple Steps]
1. First you have to unlock Xiaomi Poco M3 bootloader.
2. Download USB driver and install it on PC.
3. Connect your phone with PC via USB cable.
4. Download SDK Platform Tools Zip File.
5. Open platform-tools folder within the Android SDK folder on your PC after extracting the ZIP file.
7. Rename “TWRP 3.5.0-0.img” to “twrp.img” and move this file to platform-tools folder.
8. Inside the platform-tools folder, you have to press the Shift Key and Right mouse click on your PC to open the Command Window.
9. Enter the following command to check the connected device:
10. If your phone is successfully connected with PC, then you will be able to see a serial number.
11. Enter the following command to put Xiaomi Poco M3 into Fastboot mode:
adb reboot bootloader
12. Enter the following command to check Fastboot mode:
13. If your phone is successfully entered into Fastboot mode, then you will be able to see a serial number.
14. Enter the following command to install TWRP on Poco M3:
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
15. Enter the following command after installing TWRP:
17. Transfer Magisk zip file to your phone from your computer.
18. Enter the following command to put Xiaomi Poco M3 into Recovery mode:
adb reboot recovery
19. Tap “Install” button on your phone after entering into TWRP Recovery mode.
20. Select the Magisk v21.2 zip file that you have transferred to your phone.
21. You will be able see “Swipe to Confirm Flash” option on your phone. You have to swipe using your finger.
22. Tap “Reboot” button after installing Magisk on your phone.
You have successfully rooted Poco M3 M2010J19CG. If you are experiencing any difficulty while rooting Poco M3 using Magisk v21.2, then don’t hesitate to share your issue with Androidbiits.com. Please submit your email address and subscribe to get more information regarding Poco M3. You must check your email to activate subscription. I’ll help you in rooting your phone.