How to root a device running on Android 13 via Magisk
In this article we will try to teach you how to Root Android 13. Android Rooting is the art of technique by which one can easily get unlimited access to system files. Access means to change, delete or modify as needed. Equivalent to JAIL Breaking runs in IOS. There is an option to modify the software code on the device or install other software which the manufacturer would normally not allow, and for good mobile security reasons. Rooting can bring huge advantages over a regular Android phone or tablet, but accessing sensitive files can cause all kinds of problems for both the user and the Android phone.
Rooting is the Android equivalent of jailbreaking, a way to unlock the operating system so you can install unauthorized apps, remove unwanted bloatware, update the operating system, replace firmware, overclock ( or underclock) the processor, customize everything, etc. Of course, for the average user, this sounds like a daunting process – and it can be. After all, “digging” into your smartphone’s core software might seem like a recipe for disaster. One wrong move and you could end up with a bricked handset. Below we have mentioned the steps to root Android 13.
How to Root Android 13
Install the Android SDK
First, download the Android SDK on your computer. This is required as official ADB and Fastboot binary and is the only one recommended to root your device.
Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlock
USB debugging will help you boot your device into Fastboot mode. However, OEM unlocking is also needed to handle bootloader unlocking.
To do this, go to Settings > About phone > Tap Build number 7 times to show Developer options > Enable USB debugging and OEM unlocking.
Unlock the bootloader on the Android device, but remember to backup your device data because unlocking the bootloader will erase all internal data on your phone.
Extracting Stock Boot.img
First, download the stock firmware (factory image) for the device. Once the download is complete, bring it to a convenient location on the computer.
Also extract the downloaded version on the device. Go to Settings > About phone > Build number to confirm. Bring the image folder and also prepare the boot.img file. Send this file to your device.
Patch Boot.img via Magisk
Step 1: First, set up the latest Magisk APK on your device and install it
2nd step: Choose “Select and fix a file”, open the stock boot.img file and choose it
Step 3: Tap on the “Let’s go” button available at the top right
Step 4: Now fix the boot.img file and place it just under the Downloads folder on the device
Step 5: Upload this file to the platform-tools folder on the computer. Save it as magisk_patched. This file will be used to root your pixel device.
Boot in Fastboot mode
Step 1: Connect your device to a PC using a USB cable. Make sure USB debugging is enabled.
2nd step: Now go to the platform-tools folder and open the CMD window. After that, type the command “adb reboot bootloader” in the address bar and press “Enter” to boot your device in fastboot mode.
Step 3: To verify the Fastboot connection, copy and paste the “fastboot devices command”.
Boot Android 13 using Magisk Patched Boot.img
Boot the device with the boot.img patch. Next, copy and paste the fastboot magisk_patched.img file to get a temporary root directory.
Permanent Root Android 13 via Direct Install
Step 1: Launch and install the Magisk Manager app.
2nd step: Go to Install > Direct Install (Recommended) > Let’s Go available at the top right.
Step 3: Click the Restart button at the bottom right
Step 4: You are now ready to unlock all the latest Android 13 tweaks on the device.
We hope our article on how to use Magisk to root Android 13 will help you and solve all your problems. Rooting your Android device can give you access to all the hidden Android features that you can use to improve users’ experience. Just like you root Android 12, it is not difficult to root Android latest version, if you want to know how to root Android 13, follow the steps mentioned above.
Hope you understand this article, How to root a device running on Android 13 via Magisk.