Hey there, fellow tech enthusiasts! Today, we’ve got something exciting in store for you. We’ll be diving into the uncharted territory of your Android device, exploring ways to unleash its true potential by making changes to the system partition. Now, before we begin this adventure, let me tell you that it’s not as simple as just rooting your device. Oh no, we’re going deeper!

The Read-Write Dilemma

So, you might wonder why you can’t make changes to the system partition even after rooting. Well, the reason is simple – the partition is in a read-only state. In other words, it’s like having access to a treasure chest but not being able to add anything new inside. But worry not, we’ve got the solution!

Prepare for the Journey

But hold your horses! Before we embark on this exciting journey, remember to back up all your data. And here’s a friendly piece of advice: we highly recommend going with the Fastboot method for this task. Trust us; it’s the way to go!

The Path to Read-Write Bliss

  1. Download the Firmware: First, fetch the currently installed firmware on your PC. Keep it safe; we’ll need it.
  2. Root Your Device: We’ll be using Magisk to root your device, so get that done.
  3. RO2RW Mod: Now, download the on your device.
  4. Flash the Mod: Open up Magisk, head to Modules, and flash the RO2RW mod.
  5. Time for Termux: Say hello to Termux! Install it from the Play Store.
  6. Let’s Get Ro2RW Rolling: In Termux, type in “su,” and voilà! You’re in. Next, type “ro2rw” to start Ro2RW.
  7. Make/Install: Choose option 1 and proceed.
  8. Partition Size: Select how much you want to expand the system partition. Choices, choices!
  9. Continue: Choose 1 to keep moving forward.
  10. Disable Force Encryption: Skip it by choosing 1. No force needed!
  11. Remove a Few Stuffs: Nope, we don’t need them. Choose 2 (No).
  12. Backup Time: Always a good idea. Choose 1 (Yes) to take a backup.
  13. Select Backup Type: If you have TWRP Recovery, go for 2 (Recovery/Row). Otherwise, choose 1 [Fastboot/Sparse].
  14. Backup Complete: Transfer the backup to your PC [find it at /internal storage/RO2RW_SUPER].
  15. Select Output Type: Choose the same as before [1 for Fastboot or 2 for Recovery].
  16. Force Disable Verification: Let’s break those chains! Choose 1 (Force disable).

For TWRP Method:

  • Flash the New Super.img: Boot your device to TWRP Recovery. Go to Install, choose Install Image, and flash the super-rw-row-recovery.img file.
  • Reboot to System: Once everything’s done, hit Reboot, and select System. Your device will now boot to the OS, but with newfound powers!

For Fastboot Method:

  • Get Platform Tools: Download and extract Android SDK Platform Tools on your PC.
  • Fastboot Mode: Boot your device to Fastboot Mode and connect it to your PC via USB.
  • Arrange the Files: Place the new super.img file inside the platform-tools folder. Also, place all the other files of the stock firmware in that folder [except the super.img files].
  • Fire Up Command Prompt: Open Command Prompt inside the platform-tools folder.
  • Flash the Firmware: Flash your stock firmware using the batch file or fastboot commands.
  • Ready, Set, Go!: Enter the final command – “fastboot reboot.” Your device will now boot to the OS, ready for the magic!

Unleash Your Android’s Power!

Congratulations, my friend! You’ve successfully unlocked the full potential of your Android device. Now, you can use any root-supported file manager like Solid Explorer to carry out the desired tweaks and modifications.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Is it safe to modify the system partition on my Android device?

Absolutely! As long as you follow the steps carefully and back up your data, it’s a safe process.

2. Can I reverse the changes made to the system partition?

Yes, you can always revert the changes by restoring the backup you created during the process.

3. Will unlocking the system partition void my device’s warranty?

Yes, modifying the system partition might void your warranty. Proceed at your own risk.

4. Are there any risks involved in this process?

While the process is generally safe, there is always a slight risk of bricking your device if not followed correctly.

5. Can I use this method on any Android device?

This method should work on most Android devices, but it’s essential to check device-specific forums for compatibility.