December 4, 2020

Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Rooting Guide

Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G has a massive 4500mAh battery. Which frees of all the worries regarding phone outages. It’s one of the flagship products of Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G was released back in 2020, February 11, its current status is Coming soon. Exp. release 2020, March 6.

Oh, and did I mention it has a 64MP back camera?

On this page, you’ll find why, how and step-by-step tutorial to root your phone.

Why Root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G?

Rooting your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G is like gaining root access of a Linux computer, or as a sudo user. Rooting an android phone allowed you full access to the system files and altering the way OS operates. However, should you root your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G or not? So what do you get with root privileges?

You will be able to modify the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G’s system UI, as well as disable system notifications which in standard mode can’t be disabled normally. Rooting also lets you use Titanium Backup to backup all of an app’s data, etc. which you otherwise cannot.

There are pros and cons of rooting your phone.

Pros –

  • Some apps require root access, otherwise only a tip of their features are available.
  • You will be able automate things, with apps like Tasker.
  • Modify Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G's system UI, icons and just about anything

Cons –

  • When you root your phone, Android security is compromised substantially.
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G’s company warranty will get void
  • It could get messy and Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G’s software part will be irrevocably damaged

For more pros & cons of rooting your phone, see here.

For rooting tools, see here.

For downloading SRSRoot, see here.

What You Need to Know


WARNING: Rooting your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G device will void its warranty, and you won’t be able to claim it unless you unroot your device. So think well about it before rooting your device.

Before You Root

  • Take a backup of your phone’s gallery as well as important data, so you have an insurance
  • Rooting takes considerable amount of time, so ensure that your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G has at least 50-60% battery backup before you proceed
  • Enable USB Debugging for Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G. Read this guide on USB debugging

Step-By-Step Rooting With PC

Here are a couple methods to root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G with PC:
  • Using One Click Root
  • Using KingoRoot
  • Using SRS Root

Rooting Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Using One Click Root

One Click Root makes the process of rooting any android phone, so swift and simple that it's mind-boggling. To use it to root your device, first check if it is rootable. If it is rootable, follow the step by step process below:

  • Go to & download One Click Root
  • Install the software on your PC and activate
  • Enable USB Debugging first
  • Connect Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G to your PC via data cable & enable USB Debugging
  • & click ‘Root

Rooting Using KingoRoot

how to root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G guide using kingoroot
  • After downloading, install KingoRoot to your PC [for installation guide, see here]
  • Go through the installation process and launch the software
  • At this point, plug in Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G to the PC using data cable
how to root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G guide: plug in device message
  • Make sure you've your device's driver, if you don't, KingoRoot will install it for you
how to root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G tutorial
  • You will need to enable USB Debugging for Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G as it's necessary for rooting to take place
  • Double-click KingoRoot from desktop, click "ROOT" to root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G
how to root Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G guide: root success message
  • It will take a couple reboots & uses multiple exploits to root your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, be patient & DO NOT TOUCH your device at this until 100% root completed notification is shown
  • And done!


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