How to Root Oppo Realme 1 and install TWRP

How to Root Oppo Realme 1 and install TWRP

The main problem I found with the Oppo Realme 1 was it was lacking TWRP so the bootloader is locked already. Now, even users can't root their smartphone and stick to the old terms and conditions which were provided to users. But you don't have to worry about this for a minute as I bring you another trick how you can root your device without PC/Laptop and install TWRP at the same time. So, let's talk about how to do so:


Pros and Cons of Rooting Realme 1


  • Increased Battery life
  • Wonderful software experience
  • RAM occupies less space
  • Restricted permissions will be allowed


  • Warranty will be void
  • The device might perform unusually



Download Files to root Realme 1

  1. Download the USB drivers of Realme 1 on your PC/Laptop.
  2. Install the ADB and Fastboot drivers on your PC/Laptop
  3. Download the Magisk File Manager from here.
  4. Download the Superzip Su zip file to root your device
  5. Download TWRP recovery for Realme 1


Installing TWRP Recovery on Realme 1

1. Enable USB Debugging option on your device

2. Go to Settings

3. Tap on the Build number frequently

4. You're now a developer for your Realme 1

5. Go to the Developer options

6. Enable USB Debugging option

7. Enable the OEM unlock

8. Download SP Flash Tool- Download Link. Extract the files on your PC/Laptop and Install it.

9. Run flash_tool.exe file  

10. Find the scatter file from the same TWRP zip file

11. Now in the Flash tool, select the scatter file

7. Leave the recovery box unchecked and click on download.

8. The Flashing process will soon get started.

9. Done! The custom recovery has been installed. Remove the USB cable and root your Realme 1



How to Root Realme 1 using Magisk Module?

1. Download the latest Magisk File manager and store it in your internal memory.

2. Boot into TWRP mode to flash the root file

3. Once you're in TWRP mode, click on "wipe" in the main menu an do "swipe to do the factory reset"



4. Go back to the TWRP screen 

5. Click on Install and locate the Magisk file which you earlier stored in the internal memory

6. After this, click on "Swipe to Confirm Flash" to begin the installation process.

7. Once the Magisk file is installed, click on "Wipe Cache" and then "swipe to wipe" on the bottom of the screen.

8. Reboot your device

9. Done!

Your device must be rooted. However, it was never easy for me as well to root this device so if any problem persists, feel free to discuss in the comments section


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