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How To Root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) And Install TWRP

How to Root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and Install TWRP Recovery: Now the Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) users can explore more and extra amazing features on Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) by getting root access. Get a superuser permission to access more locked features of the Android phone then simply root your device. Rooting is a process to unlock your Android device. Nowadays, everyone knows about rooting and they want to root their phones but sometimes they failed to root their Android smartphone. So by following the given step by step guide, you can Root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and Install TWRP Recovery. Rooting Procedure is followed only after installing the TWRP Recovery on your Phone.

Samsung announced the Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) in January 2018. It’s an entry-level smartphone that comes with a 5 inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 960 by 540 pixels. Galaxy J2 Pro has a quadcore Speedtrum SoC clocked at 1.4 GHz and it comes with 1.5 GB of RAM. The internal memory of the phone is 16 GB and you can further expand it up to 256 GB via a micro SD card. Galaxy J2 Pro brings an 8-megapixel lens with autofocus on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter with a fixed focus for selfies. It runs on Samsung Experience based on Android and is packed by the 2600 mAh battery. Proceed to root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and install TWRP on it.

How to Root Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and Install TWRP

What is TWRP Recovery?

TeamWin Recovery also known as TWRP recovery which comes with 3.1.0 version and has a Material Design, Touch Screen Support, Encryption mode. The TWRP custom recovery is built with a touchscreen-enabled interface which allows users to install third-party firmware and backup the current system. Now the official latest TWRP recovery is available for Galaxy J2 Pro (2018). After Rooting Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and Installing TWRP Recovery, you can install Custom ROMs, Custom Kernels, Custom Mods and so on. While there are many other ways by which you can root an Android device, using Magisk to root Android is the best way as of now.

You must have an Unlocked Bootloader. Otherwise, you can’t root and install TWRP on your device. Follow the given guide on how to install TWRP on the Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 and then how to root it using Magisk. Don’t forget to take a full backup of your data before proceeding to root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018).


This guide containing the root package and instructions are working with only Galaxy J2 Pro (2018). Do not use these instructions for any other device or incorrect variant.


AndroidBlog will not responsible for any damage occurred to your Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) during or after the rooting process. Proceed at your risk.


  • We highly recommend taking a proper backup of your contacts, messages, photos, videos and other valuable data on your phone.
  • The battery level of your phone should be at least up to 70% to avoid unexpected shutdowns while rooting.
  • Enable USB Debugging on your phone by navigating to Settings > Developer Options.
  • Download and install Samsung USB Drivers on your PC.

Required Files

Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and Install TWRP Recovery:

1: – First, download the TWRP Package Odin tool (Odin v3.10.7) and Magisk files on the desktop of your PC for Galaxy J2 Pro (2018).

2: – Copy/paste the Magisk and no-verity-no-encrypt-5.1 files to the external storage of your device.

3: – Extract the TWRP file to get the file with .tar extension and Odin flashing tool also to get the Odin3_v3.10.7.exe file.

4: – Switch off the Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) to boot into the Download Mode.

5: – Switch on the device while pressing and holding Volume UP + Home + Power buttons at the same time. Once a warning screen with a yellow triangle sign appears, press the Volume Up button to enter into Download Mode.

6: – Run Odin as administrator on the PC.

7: – Power off your Galaxy Note 9 and connect it to your PC using the USB cable.

8: – Now, boot into the download mode by pressing the Volume Down + Power + Home button at the same time.

9: – Run Odin Exe file on your PC as an Administrator.

10: – Once Odin.exe is opened, head over to the Options tab and disable Auto Reboot.

11: – Click on the AP button and select the TWRP file that you have already downloaded.

12: – After selecting the file, click on Start. This will flash TWRP on your Galaxy J2 Pro 2018.

13: – Once TWRP installation completes successfully, disconnect your device from the PC and press the Volume Down + Power button simultaneously until the screen goes blank. Now, immediately press the Volume Up + Power + Home button to boot into the TWRP recovery mode.

14: – Now, swipe at the button of your display to allow modifications.

15: – Select Wipe and then select Format Data and finally type YES to factory reset your device.

16: – Next, select Reboot and then Recovery.

17: – After rebooting, select Install and navigate to the location where you have stored the Magisk zip file and select it.

18: – Swipe at the bottom of your display to flash it. Select Magisk from the different rooting method choices and then select the OEM Patch.

19: – When the flashing completes successfully, flash the no-verity-no-encrypt-5.1 file similarly and normally reboot your device.

20: – Once the installation finished, reboot your device and look for an app called Magisk Manager. If it is not installed, download Magisk Manager APK and install it on your phone.

Done! You just successfully rooted Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 and installed TWRP.

These were the easy steps to root Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and installing TWRP on it. Let us know in the comments area below if you have any questions or trouble while rooting your Galaxy J2 Pro 2018.

Bhatti Junaid

He continuously writes tech articles and development code. Also, appreciates excellent food, exceptional coffee and great company. He has written 266 guides and other posts.

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