Samsung Galaxy A3 is an economical ranged smartphone which many a user still cherish, though Samsung has released a lot of other, same price ranged phones. No wonder the company keeps releasing new Android updates and roots for Galaxy A3 because given its still ongoing popularity, there are many people out there who still take pride in possessing this bad boy. Recently XXU3CRD4 Android Oreo 8.0 for Galaxy A3 A320F has been released and now you need to root your devices with it because when you update an Android running device, it loses its rooted status and you are bound to root it again if you want to take advantage of all the third party apps and other dazzling features and performances you can expect from a rooted device.
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We have managed to arrange a not so complicated article in order ti help you all with the rooting process of your device with XXU3CRD4 Android Oreo 8.0 for Galaxy A3 A320F. Many users do not even opt for updating their devices to the latest Oreo because they are satisfied s they are and it is no surprise. But the upside of running your device on the latest root is that you get to experience all the features of the recent OS without going through the hassle of waiting for long periods of time in order to receive the update officially and then root your device eventually. So without anymore delay let’s have a look at what you would need before you start the actual process.
It is an important step for you to download the Samsung Galaxy A3 A320F latest USB drivers on your computer.
Since rooting your phone means that it will be wiped clean, so it is important that you make a backup of your data including your pictures, contacts, passwords, apps list etc.
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Instructions for rooting with XXU3CRD4 Android Oreo 8.0 for Galaxy A3 A320F:
Please read all the steps below, before you start implementing the actual process.
Things to Remember:
1- The method that we have explained below is limited only to Samsung Galaxy A3 A320F. Trying this method on other variants of the phone is not a good idea. We are not sure it might even work on them.
2- The bootloader of your phone should be unlocked.
Step 1- First of all you will need to download the latest Magisk Root file on your computer.
Step 2- Next you will have to connect your Galaxy A3 via USB cable to the computer and copy/paste the downloaded Magisk file into your device’s internal storage root.
Step 3- Turn off your phone and turn it on by holding and pressing Power and Volume down buttons simultaneously. This will take you in to recovery mode.
Step 4- You will have to choose Magisk-v16.1(1610).zip file that you copied earlier and click on install.
Step 5- You will see a message on the next screen saying ‘Swipe to confirm flash’. And that would confirm the installation process once you swipe.
Step 6- You are now permitted to reboot the system and enjoy all the perks.