How to Root Samsung Galaxy M03 ~ 3 [Working Methods]

Hello friends, If you want to root your Samsung Galaxy M03 and are tired of finding easy and safe ways to do so, then you do not need to go any further; in this article, you will get all kinds of information related to rooting. Read our article till the end for complete information about the loss and benefits of the root, and in this article, you will be able to share the method of rooting with the Magisk method.

What is root?

Gaining privileged or administrative access to the essential files and features of the operating system is known as rooting an Android smartphone. When you root an Android device, you effectively gain root-level access, which enables you to perform extensive tweaks and modifications that would otherwise be prohibited by the device’s maker or carrier.

Consider the Android operating system as a closed chest of treasure: by default, you have access to the contents but rooting provides you the key to open the chest and get at the pricey stuff inside. You may be able to utilize programs that need elevated rights with this level of access, install custom firmware, change system settings, and delete pre-installed software (sometimes referred to as bloatware).

Advantages or Benefits of rooting

  • Customization: Rooting allows you to easily change the appearance, interface, and usage features of your device.
  • Creating Applications: On a rooted device, you can install and use a variety of applications that can be tailored to your needs.
  • Battery Life: Some root apps can improve your battery life, as you can close processes that use batteries.
  • Upgrade and Downgrade: Rooting allows you to easily upgrade or downgrade your device’s original firmware.
  • Managing Application Permissions: On a rooted device, you can better manage the permissions of applications, which promotes your privacy and security.
  • Backup and Restore: Rooting allows you to completely back up your system and easily restore it to an earlier state.

Disadvantages or Cons of Rooting

  • Security Issues: Rooted devices are at an increased risk of encountering viruses, malware, and other security threats. The security of your device may be reduced because you are allowed to exclude essential security features that are restricted by specific permissions.
  • Loss of Warranty Information: When you root your device, you may lose the warranty on that device. Device manufacturers typically do not provide warranty service for rooted devices, as rooting increases the risk of damage.
  • Update Problems: Rooted devices may have problems updating, as new system updates may restrict root access to your device.
  • Risk of Illegal Access: With a rooted device, you have more and more system-level permissions, so some unauthorized users can access your device and cause harm.
  • Risk of data loss: There may be a risk of data loss during the rooting process. If something goes wrong with the process, you may lose all your data along with your device.

Pre Requirements:

  • Internet access: You need internet access while Rooting. Because you will need to download the unlock tool and other stuff.
  • Device version check: You must check your device’s model number and version carefully. It’s important to know the correct rooting method and download some files for your device.
  • Data Backup: First of all, keep your device’s data in a safe place. Because rooting has the potential to corrupt your device’s data.
  • Battery charge: Make sure that your device’s battery health is above 75%. So your device’s battery doesn’t get drained while rooting.
  • Correct USB Drivers and Cable: Install the valid USB drivers for your device on your PC And choose an original USB Cable. This will help you connect your phone to the PC properly.

Let’s Root Samsung Galaxy M03

We concentrated on three techniques for rooting the Samsung Galaxy M03. You can select any of these from the list below. First approach: using TWRP Custom recovery Method #2: Using ADB with Fastboot Method #3: Samsung Galaxy M03 Root Without a PC make sure to complete the prerequisites before rooting.

Warning:- The risk of security breaches on your device increases after rooting it. Therefore, root your smartphone at your own risk.

Method #1: Using the TWRP Custom recovery

Step 1: Unlock the bootloader

  • Enable Developer Options: Go to device Settings, scroll down, and tap on >> “About phone” >> then tap on >> “Build number”, several times until >> “Developer Options” is activated.
Enable Devloper Option
  • Go to Settings and select “Developers Mode. Now find the options “OEM Unlocking” and “USB Debugging” and enable them.
Enable USB Debugging
oem unlocking
  • Now boot your Samsung Galaxy M03 into bootloader mode to Unlock the Bootloader.
  • Connect the phone to the PC or Laptop using a USB cable.
  • Type the command “fastboot oem unlock” in the terminal.

Step 2: Install and flash TWRP custom recovery

  • Download the file: Go to the TWRP official website and download the TWRP recovery file for your Samsung Galaxy M03, according to the model “Galaxy M03” and brand “Samsung” of your device. The file can be a string or in “img” format.
  • Boot your phone into bootloader mode: To enter Bootloader Mode, you can press and hold the “Power button” and “Volume Down” buttons of your phone simultaneously. After that, you have to select “Bootloader” or “Fastboot” by using the “Volume Up/Down button”.
  • Flashing TWRP Recovery: After getting your phone into Fastboot mode, use a USB cable and connect it to your PC.
  • Flash the recovery: Now, open the flashing tool on your PC and select the TWRP recovery file of your phone. Select the appropriate option to flash the file, and wait for the process to complete.

If you need a TWRP installation guide you can check out our related posts.

Step 3: Get the correct Magisk Zip

I already told you in the previous step, how can you do TWRP flashing. So I assume that you already completed the TWRP flashing process in your Samsung Galaxy M03. Then you are ready to flash the Magisk zip file. So now download the latest version of the Magisk zip file which is given below.

Step 4: Root using Magisk Zip

  • Let’s start by booting TWRP custom recovery.
  • Press on the “Install button” and find the “Magisk file”.
Install Button
  • Select the “.Zip” file from the shown list to open the flashing menu.
Select Magisk Zip
  • “Swipe right” to start the flashing process.
Right swipe
  • Reboot your device when the flashing process is complete.

BINGO! On your Samsung Galaxy M03, you can now access all rooting services. You’ve successfully rooted your device.

Method #2: Using Fastboot and ADB

Download platform tools and ADB drivers on your PC or Laptop.

  • Go to Settings >> About Phone >> Tap on “Build Number” several times until “Developer Mode” is enabled.
  • Access the “Developer option” to Enable “USB debugging” and “OEM Unlocking”.
oem unlocking
  • Connect your Smartphone to the PC or Laptop using the “USB Cable”.
  • Open the platform tool folder and type “cmd” in the folder’s search bar.
  • A terminal window or command prompt will display on the screen.
  • Now type the first command, “adb reboot bootloader”. to boot into the bootloader.
adb reboot bootloader
  • Now, enter the command “fastboot flash boot” and choose then hit Enter to start the flashing process on your device.
fastboot flash boot
  • Finally, type the command “fastboot reboot” to reboot your Samsung Galaxy M03.

Method #3: Root Samsung Galaxy M03 Without PC

  • Download and install the KingoRoot app on your Samsung Galaxy M03.
install the application
  • Make sure to enable the “unknown source” settings on your device.
  • Now, open the application and click on the One-Click Root option.
One Click Root option
  • Wait until the rooting process ends on the Kingoroot app.
  • After completing the process, your Samsung Galaxy M03 has been successfully rooted.

How to uninstall Magisk on Samsung Galaxy M03?

Here are some common procedures to unroot your Samsung Galaxy M03 if you wish to remove Magisk from it.

  • Open the Magisk App on your device.
  • Go to the “Settings” menu Tap (three horizontal lines) in the upper-left corner, and then select “Settings”.
  • Scroll down in the Settings menu and tap the “Uninstall” button.
Uninstall Magisk
  • Follow the prompts to “Uninstall Magisk” and Restore your device to its original, unrooted state.
Complete Uninstall

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q- How do I know my phone is rooted or not?

Ans. To determine if your phone is rooted, check for root management apps like SuperSU or Magisk in your app list. You can also use root-checking apps from the Play Store or run the terminal command “su” If granted superuser access, it’s rooted; if denied, it’s not.

Q- Does rooting Android increase battery life?

Ans. Rooting Android doesn’t directly boost battery life. However, it allows for advanced optimizations that might improve battery efficiency if used judiciously. Rooting carries risks and requires expertise, so caution is advised.

Q- Does rooting delete data?

Ans. Yes, rooting can potentially delete data as it involves modifying system files and settings, which may lead to data loss. It’s crucial to back up your data before attempting to root a device.


So, friends, I hope that by following the steps given to me, you have rooted your Samsung Galaxy M03. If you are facing any kind of problem with rooting, then you can contact us in the mail or comment box, and we will solve your problem. Will solve it quickly, and if you get some good information from our article or it is easy to root, then you can make a lovely comment, “Thank you” for reading the article till the end.

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