How to Install twrp 3.2 Root Huawei Mate 20 X (Everest)

Download twrp & Root Huawei Mate 20 X:

twrp 3.2 Recovery Now available for the Huawei Mate 20 X user Who own Huawei Mate 20 X can Root it using the Below Instructions. The Recovery is Flashable via fastboot Method & You can do it by Following the Below Instructions.

Now First of All We have To Install a Custom Recovery to Root Huawei Maimang 7. So In the Primary Step You need to unlock it’s bootloader and after that You Can install Custom Recovery on Huawei Mate 20 X. and then You Can Root it by Flashing

Huawei Mate 20 X is Come with 7.2 Inch OLED Display With the Resolution of 1080 X 2240 Pixels. it Run on Kirin 980 Soc along With the Android 9.0.  The Device Come With 6GB of RAM and 128GB of Storage.


  1. Rooting May Void Your Device Warranty.So Make a Backup of Your Data and ROM.
  2. In Some cases Rooting Cause bootloop So Do at own Risk.
  3. Make Sure your Phone at-least 50% Charge to Prevent accidental Shut Down During The Rooting process.

Download Files:

  1. Magisk patched
  2. No verity opt Encrypt
  3. Platform tools/adb Fastboot tools
  4. patched recovery ramdisk for evr-l29
  5. patched recovery ramdisk for evr-al00
  6. twrp 3.2 recovery for Huawei Mate 20 X

How to unlock Bootloader on Huawei Mate 20 X:

  • Follow this Guide Here

How to Root Huawei Mate 20 X:

  1. Download & Setup Platform tools from above.
  2. Download and Extract recovery_ramdisk.img [Must Rename recovery.img] file In the Platform tools Folder.
  3. Switch off Phone and together Press Volume Down and Power button it Will boot it in fastboot Mod.
  4. Then Connect Phone to PC using the usb cable.
  5. Now open CMD in the Platform tools Folder and type below Code.

Check Device by Sending below Command:

fastboot devices

flash Recovery by Sending below Command:

fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk recovery.img

Done. Switch On Phone and Install Patched Magisk.

How to Install twrp on Huawei Mate 20 X:

advance user only:

Step 1.
Start by copying the TWRP image to your internal storage OR nm card. Rename it to “twrp.img” to make typing the next command easier.

Step 2.
Using ADB or a terminal app, gain SU access and run the following command:

dd if=/sdcard/twrp.img of=/dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/erecovery_ramdisk

Step 3.
Reboot your phone into TWRP by following the “Booting to TWRP” instructions above.

Step 4.
Once you are in TWRP, you will need to format data, as TWRP cannot read encrypted storage on this device yet. Do this in the “wipe” “Format Data” section of TWRP.

Step 5.
Once data is formatted, copy the fstab.kirin980 file from this package to your internal storage or nm card.

Step 6.
Go to “mount” in twrp, and mount Vendor.

Step 7.
Use TWRP file manager in the “advanced” section of TWRP to copy fstab.kirin980 from your internal storage or nm card to /vendor/etc. This will overwrite the original fstab.kirin980 file and replace it with our modified one removing forced encryption so that the system won’t try and re-encrypt your device on boot.

Step 8.
Reboot>Recovery to get back into a rooted system, which is now factory resetted.

How to Boot In twrp:

When You see boot splash “corruption” screen Press & hold volume UP for three seconds. Doing this will boot you into TWRP or eRecovery, depending on which one You have installed.

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