How to Root Android 13 [Guide détaillé]

Android 13 is the latest operating system for Android phones which is still being rolled out. At the time of this guide, Android 13 is available for Pixel phones, the OnePlus 10 Pro series, and the Oppo Find X5. If you have updated your phone to Android 13, this guide is for you. Here you will know How to root android 13.

Android 13 brings many improvements over last year’s Android 12. Android 12 was a major UI overhaul, and Android 13 takes it to the next level. According to early reviews, the update brings a great user experience.

Although Android 13 incorporates many new features and improvements, there is still room for advanced customization. And it can be achieved with root or custom ROM. Since the availability of custom ROMs depends on custom developers, rooting is the preferred option. If you are new to root, you can follow this guide.

Rooting an Android phone has become difficult and hence a guide is needed. With root access, you can install all themes, fonts and mods to make a normal device look like a flagship phone. This is also useful if there is bloatware and you want to remove it to free up space and speed up the phone. There are few steps to root Android 13 phone.

Unlock bootloader

To root a phone, you must first unlock the bootloader. But there is a catch, not all phones are allowed to unlock the bootloader. It all depends on the vendor whether they allow unlocking the bootloader or not. If this is now allowed on your phone, seek professional service.

Unlocking a phone’s bootloader will erase all data from the phone and open the door to rooting and installing custom ROMs. Each OEM has a different method to unlock the bootloader. So you need to check your phone’s bootloader guide.

Now that you have unlocked your phone’s bootloader, you can proceed with the rooting steps. You need to follow certain requirements which include the files and tools used for rooting.


  • Make sure to unlock your phone’s bootloader
  • Take a complete backup of your phone
  • Download firmware for your phone
  • Download the latest Magisk app
  • Install ADB and Fastboot driver on your phone

Root Android 13 using patched image

Let’s take a look at the root guide using a patched file.

Steps to fix boot image using Magisk

Magisk is a popular tool that can root Android phones provided the bootloader is unlocked. Tools make root management easier. Thanks to its developer John Wu. I assume you have gone through the requirements, so let’s get to the steps.

  1. First, extract the downloaded firmware to a PC.
  2. Extract now boot.img firmware. If you have a Samsung phone, you can use AP.tar file instead of boot.img.
  3. Copy the boot.img or AP file to your phone.
  4. Open Magical app on your phone.
  5. Choose the first one Install button.
  6. Select on the next page Select and patch a file and select the file you copied earlier.
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  7. It will start fixing the file and you will get the fixed output in the download folder.
  8. Move the patched file to your PC.

Install Magisk Patched File on Android Phones

Almost all phones follow the same process to install the patched file. If you have a Galaxy phone, then proceed to the next method, otherwise follow this method.

  1. Download Platform Tools (Android SDK) to your PC.
  2. Now copy the patched file to the Platform Tools folder.
  3. Type CMD in the location section of File Explorer and press Enter to open the Command Prompt at that specific location.
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  4. Turn off your phone and start it up Fast boot mode. Connect it to PC.
  5. Now enter the command below to flash the patched file and root the Android 13 device.
    • fastboot flash boot boot.img
  6. Once the boot image is installed, you can reboot your phone into the system.
  7. There you go, you have root access on your Android 13 phone.

Install Magisk Patched File on Samsung Phones

If you have a Samsung phone running Android 13, the process is a bit different. Also, instead of the boot image, we need to use the AP patch file. I assume you already have the patched AP file. This method also requires a proper set of USB drivers.

  1. Copy the patched AP file to your PC.
  2. Open the Odin flash tool on your PC.
  3. Turn off your Samsung phone and turn it on Download mode.
  4. Connect your phone to your PC via a USB cable.
  5. Once the Odin tool detects your phone, charge it patched AP file on the AP tab.
  6. Charge by AP BL, CPand CSC files (that you extracted from the firmware) in their respective tabs.
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  7. When you’re done, tap Begin button and it starts flashing.
  8. It will give a Pass message when it completes. Reboot your phone into the system.
  9. You will have root access on your Samsung Android 13 phone.

Tip: Another easy way to root Android 13 phone is to use custom recovery. But to follow this method you need to have a custom recovery installed on your phone. You can use any available custom recovery to flash the Magisk file to your Android 13 phone.

If you want to check whether you have root access on your phone or not, you can try any third party root checker or even you can check it in Magisk app. And once you have root access, you can enjoy all the features that are not available by default. You can now use all the apps and features that require root access on your Android 13 phone. In addition, you can enable features that are disabled by default. And the best part is that you can use different Xposed modules. Here is the guide for installing Xposed Framework.

So there you have it, the complete guide on how to root Android 13 with Magisk. If you have any questions, let us know on our social networks.

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