Huawei Mediapad M5 Lite Rooting Guide EMUI 9.1 (JDN2-L09/W09)

Huawei Mediapad M5 Lite 8 JDN2-L09 is equipped with a Kirin 710 chipset and running EMUI9.1 which allows us to unlock the bootloader. we have successfully achieved root access on this tablet using Magisk.In this tutorial, we will try to share a step-by-step guide for installing root access on this tablet. But the bootloader unlock service is not free and it’s mandatory to unlock the bootloader. You can see bootloader unlock service details by clicking on THIS LINK.

Huawei Mediapad M5 Lite JDN2-L09/W09 Rooting Tutorial


  • You try everything at your own risk
  • This method has been tested on JDN2-L02 and should work for other models running EMUI9.1
  • You will lose the warranty of your phone by rooting it

Huawei Mediapad M5 Lite Rooting Guide:

  • Backup all important data from the tablet
  • Unlock the bootloader of your Tablet (click here to buy service)
  • Download the root file from THIS LINK (
  • Extract the files
  • Install magisk manager V23
  • After that connect the tablet in fastboot mode and open the extracted folder, double click MAF32.exe
  • Then type ” fastboot flash recovery_ramdisk magisk_patched-23000.img ”  and press enter
  • After successful flash disconnect the Tablet from pc
  • Hold the volume up and power, and keep holding both buttons until a screen appears with the message ” your device is booting now”
  • Connect to wifi and open Magisk manager, it will ask for additional setup, press ok to reboot.
  • Install root checker and verify root
  • The tablet must be disconnected from the cable when you start it by holding the volume up and power
  • If you want to unroot simply flash stock recovery_ramdisk.img included in the zip file

Fix SafetyNet:

  • Open Magisk settings and disable Magisk check-update
  • Enable Magisk hide
  • Tap 2 times on systemless hosts
  • Go to the magic modules section
  • Search and install ” magiskhide prop config “don’t reboot, go back.
  • Search and install “Riru” module. Don’t reboot
  • Download SafetyNet Fix 2.1.3 from THIS LINK
  • Tap on Install from storage and select SafetyNet fix v2.1.3 module and install it.
  • Reboot Phone
  • Go to Magisk hide settings and tick Google Play service
  • check SafetyNet in Magisk
  • Profit 
  • Make sure you disable automatic updates in developer options to stop the phone from installing new updates.

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

Mutahhar Bashir

Passionate blogger, have excellent problem solving skills, quick learner, love to accomplish difficult tasks, improving my skills while helping others through this blog.

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