3 Ways to Root Samsung Galaxy A50

If you’re a long-time user of Android, you must have heard a lot about the privileges you get as an Android user, and how you get the liberty to customize your phone to your desire. To crown it all, you can also get developer privileges if you root your Android device (which is something you don’t have on your iPhone).

So did you recently switch to Android, and it turns out that your first Android device is the Samsung Galaxy A50 and you have decided to go all-in? You want to have the most privileges as possible and you have decided to root your device. In this article are the three best ways to Root Samsung Galaxy A50, you will learn how to root your Samsung Galaxy A50 device using different methods.

Understanding What Android Rooting Means

Rooting your device is a key to unlocking the extra privileges that are not given by default. You’ll get access to a lot of features the OEM didn’t want you to get. Of course, OEMs warn against tampering with these features, but being the optimist who wants the full package, the risk is powerful enough.

Ways To Root Samsung Galaxy A50The tutorial provided in this article makes the rooting process less risky. All you’d have to do is follow the methods mentioned in this article.

Before going ahead to use any of the methods provided in this article, it is imperative you confirm if the device in your hands is actually the Samsung Galaxy A50. If you try to use the methods provided here on other smartphones, there is a 90% chance it won’t work and you might brick your smartphone.

Before you begin rooting, please confirm if the specs of your device match the ones listed below:

  • 6.4 inches display, 1080 by 2340 pixels, 403PPI.
  • Android 9 Pie Operating system
  • Samsung Exynos 9610 Processor
  •  4GB/6GB Ram
  • 64GB/128GB internal storage. 
  • 25MP + 8MP + 5MP triple rear camera
  • 25MP selfie camera
  • 4000 mAh non-removable battery.
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Having checked and confirmed the specs listed above matches the one on your device, you can proceed to root your device with any of the methods listed in this article. If the specs do not match the one on your device, please do not proceed.

Unlocking The Bootloader Of Your Samsung Galaxy A50 Device

On default, the bootloader of most Samsung smartphones come locked. This makes it difficult to root and to install custom recovery. Thus it is important you unlock the bootloader on your Samsung smartphone, before proceeding to root your device. The steps to unlocking the bootloader of the Samsung Galaxy A50 are listed below:

  1. Backup the data on your device.
  2. Enable USB Debugging Mode: To enable USB debugging mode on the Samsung Galaxy A50, navigate through Setting>About>Software>Build Number. Tap continuously on the build number until developers mode is enabled.
  3. Open developers options
  4. Scroll down and enable OEM Unlock option
  5. Rest your smartphone

How To Root Samsung Galaxy A50 Using KingRoot App

KingRoot is a one-touch root app. When you open the app, you have a  big button, clicking this button will begin the root process. Using the KingRoot App is a very easy and fast method of rooting your Samsung Galaxy A50 device. The steps to using the KingRoot app are listed below:

  1. Downloading the KingRoot App: To download the KingRoot App, visit the official KingRoot App via KingRoot.net and download the app.
  2. Install the Kingroot app on your device
  3. Rooting Your Device: Launch your device and click the big root button in the app
  4. Reboot your device and check if your device has been rooted.

How To Root Samsung Galaxy A50 Using a PC

Personally rooting smartphones with a PC is my favorite. It is quick and versatile. Often times one root software can work for may devices. Similar to the KingRoot App method, rooting with PC can be done with one click. The steps to rooting your Samsung Galaxy A50 device using a PC are listed below.

  1. Download Wondershare TuneGo App via tunesgo.wondershare.com
  2. Enable USB Debugging Mode: To enable USB debugging mode on the Samsung Galaxy A50, navigate through Setting>About>Software>Build Number. Tap continuously on the build number until developers mode is enabled.
  3. Launch the Wondersahre Tune Go App on your computer
  4. Launch the Wondershare TunesGo app on your PC
  5. Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable
  6. Click on the root button
  7. Reboot your device and check if it has been rooted.
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How To Root Samsung Galaxy A50 Using SuperSU

This method is a little bit complicated, but with the help of the comprehensive steps to be listed below, using this method should be very easy. Unlike KingRoot, SuperSU cannot be installed like an app; you are to flash the SuperSU app using a custom recovery. The steps are listed below:

  1. Flash a custom recovery on your device
  2. Download SuperSU.zip from supersu.com/download
  3. Boot into your custom recovery
  4. Select flash SuperSU
  5. Navigate to were the SuperSU is stored and then swipe to flash
  6. Reboot your device and check if your device has been rooted

Wrapping it UP:

No doubt, there are many ways to root the Samsung Galaxy A50, but the above methods are highly recommended. Follow the steps listed under any of the rooting methods mentioned above and you will be able to root your device, without issues. If you encounter any problem and would love to ask any question. feel free to drop them in the comment section below.

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