How to root realme mobile with easy steps you can follow
Therere is a lot of confusion among users as to how to root realme mobile or any other Android Phone. It’s not that complicated but it’s just that many people have no idea what they’re doing. I am here to show you how to root any android phone without even using your PC. Here’s how…
You need to download TWRP recovery for your phone
So you can download from official site go to and find your device download file
The first thing you need to do is backup your phone. You will need this so if you mess anything up you can restore it. This is very important as you don’t want any unexpected surprises when trying to boot your system.
Next, turn off your computer. If you leave your computer on, there’s a possibility that the phone will crash or at least not work properly. Once your phone is off, disconnect it from any USB cables. Now you need to unplug it completely. Make sure the phone is not near any electrical wires.
Once your phone is fully unplugged from the computer, you can disconnect the data cable from your computer. It’s best to do this while the battery is still plugged in as this can prevent any damage done to the phone. Next, you need to disconnect any other cables that you may have attached to your computer.
Now it’s time to plug in your sim card. Place your sim in and make sure it’s active. This is vital for rooting your realme mobile. Some phones have an unlock code which you need to enter into the software. This will allow you to activate the phone normally.
After all this, you need to get a file called rooted_ rom. This is the actual file that will allow you to use “adb and modem” to connect your phone to the internet. The reason this method doesn’t work on some PDAs is because they don’t support OTP. You will need to download a special program called “Odin”, which supports OTP.
After downloading, install and run the program called “Odin”. Connect your modem to your PC with the OTP from your phone and if everything goes well, it should reboot and display a browser window. Navigate to the location of the rooted_ or folder on your computer. Open it and if you’re successful, you should see a green lock indicating that the installation is complete.
If this didn’t solve your problem, you will need to remove the rooted_ on and then re-install theroid. Follow the on-screen instructions. This will reboot your computer and again show a browser window. You should now be able to see the “activated” icon on the task bar.
Next, flash a custom recovery through recovery mode. This can be done by clicking the “apply” button on the recovery interface. When prompted, choose the custom recovery you want to flash, for this, go for the “Flash-drive recovery”. It will take some time to complete, so be patient.
The last step is to flash a working Rom. You can do this by clicking on the search icon and typing “roms flash-drive”. Hit return to retrieve any files that you want. Once this is done, restart your device and see if your problem is fixed.
Hopefully this was able to help you. The steps mentioned here are for a Verizon Samsung Smart Phone. I have also been known to get similar problems with the HTC Desire and the LG droid. If none of those work, check out my blog from the links below. You might find other methods that work.