How to Root Vivo X50/Pro/Plus via Magisk Patched Boot.img | Best Method

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In this guide, we will show you the steps to root Vivo X50/Pro/Plus via Magisk Patched Boot.img. Vivo devices have never been an active participant in custom development, and it’s not something they even relate to. While it makes sense for tech enthusiasts to cater to a larger audience as opposed to a niche segment, the best they could do is not to create a barrier for us, the tech geeks.

But while this is not the case, there is no reason to worry as the developers have done a great job in bypassing the major limitation of unlocking the bootloader. Now that that’s achieved, we can turn our attention to the ability to gain administrative privileges by rooting the X50/Pro/Plus via Magisk Patched Boot.img. So without further ado, let’s begin.

Benefits and Risks of Rooting

Once you’ve rooted your device by flashing the Magisk patched boot.img via fastboot commands, you’ll be in a position to try out a host of customizations on your device. These include flashing custom ROMs, installing a custom recovery like TWRP, or flashing a custom kernel. Along the same lines, you can also flash Magisk Modules, Xposed Framework, Substratum Themes, Viper4Android and the likes. However, this is only one side of the story.

There are also downsides to performing this process. First, the process requires an unlocked bootloader. Doing so will erase all data and may void the device’s warranty. Likewise, WideVine L1 will be downgraded to L3, resulting in the inability to stream Netflix in HD [FIXED]. Then SafetyNet will be triggered [FIXED], which can cause problems in banking apps [FIXED]. So if that’s all well and good, let’s start with the steps to root Vivo X50/Pro/Plus via Magisk.

How to Root Vivo X50/Pro/Plus via Magisk

Install Android SDK

install adb platform tools windows

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Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlocking

Unlock Bootloader on Vivo X50/Pro/Plus

Extract Stock Boot.img

  • To begin with, download the stock firmware for your device.
  • Make sure to download the same version that is currently installed on your device.
  • Once downloaded, extract it to any convenient location on your PC.
  • Then copy the boot.img file from there and transfer it to your device.

Patch Vivo X50/Pro/Plus Stock Boot.img via Magisk

  • Download and install the latest version of the Magisk App.
  • Then launch it and tap on the Install button next to Magisk.
  • After that, choose ‘Select and Patch a File’, navigate to the stock boot.img file, and select it.
  • Then tap on the Let’s Go button situated at the top right.
  • The boot.img file will now be patched and placed under the Downloads folder on your device.
  • You should transfer this file to the platform-tools folder on your PC. We will now be using this file to root your Vivo T1 5G.

Boot Vivo X50/Pro/Plus to Fastboot Mode

  • Connect your device to the PC via USB cable. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled.
  • Then head over to the platform-tools folder, type in CMD in the address bar, and hit Enter. This will launch the Command Prompt.

Type in the following command in the CMD window to boot your device to Fastboot Mode

adb reboot bootloader

Flash Magisk Patched Boot.img and Root Vivo X50/Pro/Plus

  • To begin with, make sure that you have transferred the magisk_patched.img file to the platform-tools folder.
  • Now type in the below command in the CMD window (that is opened inside the platform-tools folder) to flash the Magisk Patched file:
fastboot flash boot magisk_patched.img
  • Once that is done, reboot your device to the OS via the following command
fastboot reboot

that’s it. These were the steps to root Vivo X50/Pro/Plus via Magisk patched boot.img. Let us know in the comments if you have any queries regarding the above steps. We will contact you with a solution as soon as possible.