Huawei Mate 20 Pro Root EMUI9 [LYA-L29/LYA-L09/LYA-L0C/LYA-AL10]

Huawei Mate 20 root method is now available. But there is a limitation only EMUI9 is supported for root. Huawei has disabled the bootloader partition in EMUI10 and newer versions. So only Android 9 can be rooted. We are using the Magisk rooting method for this purpose. All variants of Mate 20 Pro LYA-L29/LYA-L09/LYA-L0C/LYA-AL10 are supported.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro LYA-L29 EMUI9 Root


  • You try everything at your own risk
  • This method has been tested on LYA-L29 and should work for other models running EMUI9.1 and EMUI9.0
  • You will lose the warranty of your phone by rooting it

Rooting Guide:

  • Backup all important data from the phone
  • Unlock the bootloader of your phone (click here to buy service)
  • Download the root file from THIS LINK (
  • Install the latest magisk manager V23 from THIS LINK
  • After that connect the phone in fastboot mode and open the extracted folder, double click MAF32.exe
  • Then type ” fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk magisk_patched-V23000_wtYNs.img ”  and press enter
  • After successful flash disconnect the phone from pc
  • Hold the volume up and power, and keep holding both buttons until appears a screen with the message ” your device is booting now”
  • Connect to wifi and open magisk manager, and verify it says Magisk 23.000 installed
  • Install root checker and verify root
  • Now if you want to fix safety net then download and flash the SafetyNet fix module from THIS LINK
  • If you don’t hold the volume up and power at the start, then the phone will start without root access.
  • The phone must be disconnected from the cable when you start it by holding the volume up and power
  • Open magisk settings and disable check for updates options (very important)
  • if you ever need to update magisk, please patch stock recovery with the latest magisk and then flash.
  • If you want to unroot simply flash stock recovery_ramdisk.img included in the zip file and factory reset the phone, and use recovery to download the latest version.

Note: never install OTA after root, and do not factory reset while the phone is rooted

Mutahhar Bashir

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