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How to root your HUAWEI P20



How to root your HUAWEI P20


Rooting the sound of your HUAWEI P20 can be very useful for a multitude of reasons. As expected, in case you are looking to make unique tweaks or if you are looking to boost the power of your device, you need to root your HUAWEI P20. So, we can firstly see what is a root of the phone. In a second step, we will see why it may be appropriate to root your HUAWEI P20. In a third step, we will look at security by taking a closer look at the threats that rooting a device can cause. Finally, we will complete this article by following the steps and steps to root your smartphone.

What does it mean to root a HUAWEI P20?

The root is a manipulation consisting of remove user rights of your HUAWEI P20. In this way, the root of the Android operating system allows you to be a super user and thus get more rights on the phone. Switching to super user via root allows you to access system files on your HUAWEI P20 Lite, something that was not conceivable with normal user rights. If you are wondering why Android phones are not a basic rooter, it is because it would be a security issue compared to the operating system.

Why root a HUAWEI P20?

There are several good reasons to root your HUAWEI P20 and they are relatively numerous. Most importantly, here is a short list of what you can do when your HUAWEI P20 is rooted:

A word of caution: sometimes people confuse rooting and resetting a smartphone. Assuming the distinction isn’t obvious to you, we encourage you to read our tutorial on resetting a HUAWEI P20, to make sure it’s the right rooter for you.

Precautions to take before rooting HUAWEI P20

First of all, know that rooting your Android device does not remove the warranty of your HUAWEI P20, when you are in France or in a European country. So don’t worry about that side. On the other hand, it is important to understand that root can modify important files for the proper functioning of your HUAWEI P20. So make sure you know what you’re doing before you start. We recommend that you look for a tutorial written specifically for the HUAWEI P20.

How to root your HUAWEI P20

What to do before rooting your laptop

Before you start the process, you need to make sure of a number of things. For example, you need to charge your device first and make sure it is fully charged to more than 70%. Next, you need to download programs and software that will allow you to root your HUAWEI P20. Comparing with your device model, you need to check which app is needed. In case you don’t know how to install an app, feel free to read the article on how to install an app on HUAWEI P20. We present below two applications that are compatible with most models. However, you need to check if the HUAWEI P20 is compatible with the app by going to the compatible devices page.

Root HUAWEI P20 quickly with Towelroot

Towelroot is a software that allows you to root your HUAWEI P20 quite easily. It works normally on any android phone and so it should work for HUAWEI P20. This software exploits a flaw in Android that allows you to root your device. To install it, nothing is easier, just search for it and install it on the HUAWEI P20. All you have to do is verify that you have enabled the installation ofunknown source app on your phone. Then just follow the process which is quite simple. If you get lost, you will easily find the tutorials detailing the steps.

Root HUAWEI P20 quickly with Kingo Root

Like Towelroot, Kingo Root is an application that allows you to root your HUAWEI P20 on a turnkey basis. With this software, you have the ability to root directly on your smartphone or from your PC. It is up to you to choose what you prefer. The process is similar to Towelroot and there are also plenty of tutorials with this software.

Root your HUAWEI P20 with other applications

There are still some other paid apps that give you the ability to root your HUAWEI P20. We haven’t tested them, but you can still use them in case the first two techniques we introduced to you don’t work.