Rooting Vivo 1820: A Comprehensive Guide
Rooting your Vivo 1820 can give you advanced control and customization options. Follow these steps to root your device and unlock its full potential:
- Backup Your Data Before rooting, ensure you have a backup of all your important data, including contacts, photos, and documents.
- Enable USB Debugging Go to Settings > About Phone > Build Number (tap seven times) to enable Developer Options. Enable USB debugging in the Developer Options menu.
- Unlock the Bootloader Visit the official Vivo website and follow their instructions to unlock the bootloader of your Vivo 1820.
- Download and Install Rooting Tool Find a reliable rooting tool like Magisk or SuperSU. Download it onto your computer and connect your Vivo 1820 using a USB cable.
- Enter Fastboot Mode Power off your device, then press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously to enter fastboot mode.
- Flash Custom Recovery Using the rooting tool, flash a custom recovery like TWRP onto your Vivo 1820. This will allow you to install the necessary files for rooting.
- Install Root Files Transfer the root files (e.g., Magisk or SuperSU) to your device’s internal storage. Boot into custom recovery mode and install these files.
- Reboot Your Device After installing the root files, reboot your Vivo 1820. Congratulations! Your device should now be rooted.
Please note that rooting your device can void its warranty and may have risks. Research thoroughly and proceed at your own risk.