Doogee N20 Root – TWRP- Unlock Bootloader

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in this article, I will guide you on how to root and install twrp on Doogee N20 after bootloader unlock. There are various reasons to root Doogee N20.
For example, you want to remove the FRP lock from it. Installation of custom ROMs and removing pre-installed OEM apps.

Doogee N20 Root – TWRP

Doogee N20 3 Root – TWRP- Unlock Bootloader

For the ease of my readers, I have divided this method into different parts.

In the first section, we will talk about Doogee N20 3 Root Pros and cons.

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The other part is the necessary tools and pre-requirements to install the “twrp and root Doogee N20“.

And in the last part, we will guide you on how to unlock bootloader install twrp and root Doogee N20.

Doogee N20 3 Root Pros And Cons:

Pros Cons
Installation of custom ROMs It can brick your device
Removing pre-installed OEM apps No more warranty
Ad-blocking for all apps Tweaking risks
Installing incompatible apps Update and OTA problems
More display options and internal storage CPU Clocking can hard brick your phone
Greater battery life and speed
Making full device backups
CPU Clocking and more tweaking
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Pre-requirements To Root Doogee N20 3

1. Before going to ‘Root Doogee N20 3’ you need to take all your messages, photos, and apps from your current smartphone.

Most smartphones automatically make a backup in the background, in case something happens. But to make sure you take everything to your device, you need a full backup.

How To Backup Android Phone Before Root

2. Download Universal ADB Drivers here (If your PC have already drivers installed then skip this)

3. unofficial twrp for Doogee N20 for Doogee N20

4. Download SuperSU by Chainfire from here.

5. Download Magisk Manager from here.

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Unlock Bootloader of Doogee N20

1. Connect your Doogee N20 Device to the computer, in Fastboot Mode. You can reboot your device to fastboot using the command in ADB terminal:

adb reboot bootloader

2. Now, open the Adb Terminal in PC, and then just enter this command:

fastboot oem unlock-go
fastboot oem unlock

3. your device will be reboot automatically. Now, you can Root Doogee N20, as the bootloader of your device is already unlocked.

How To Install TWRP on Doogee N20

1. Enable the developer settings on your Doogee N20 Device.

2. Navigate to the Settings -> About and then find the ‘Build Number ‘, and then tap on ‘Build Number’ for 7 times, this will enable the developer settings on your device.

3. Open the command prompt in computer/ ADB Terminal, and simply type the command:

adb reboot bootloader

4. Now copy the TWRP.img file downloaded in prerequisite section, to the same folder where ADB and fastboot binaries are located. Rename the file to ‘twrp.img’ and then enter this command:

fastboot flash recovery twrp.img


fastboot reboot

5. And reboot your device.

How To Root Doogee N20 [Magisk-Supersu]

Via Supersu

1. To root Doogee N20 Via Supersu download & Copy the SuperSU.Zip files on your internal storage or SD card.

2. Restart your Doogee N20 into the recovery.

Turn off your device.

Press & hold the Volume Down + power button, at the same time for about 5 seconds.

3. Click Install and scroll down and choose Update superSU and swipe to confirm flash.

Via Supersu

4. Once the installation is finished, click on Reboot System to reboot your phone.

5. That’s it ! you have successfully ‘Root Doogee N20 via SuperSU’

Via Magisk

1. To root Doogee N20 via Magisk Copy the file on your internal storage or SD card.

2. Restart your Doogee N20 into the recovery.

3. Turn off your device.

4. Press & hold the Volume Down + power button, at the same time for about 5 seconds.

5. Click Install and scroll down and choose and swipe to confirm flash.

6. After install complete press the return key. Select reboot to restart the phone in normal mode.

7. install the apk file “MagiskManager.apk”

8. Now you have successfully Root Doogee N20 via Magisk.

Download the Root Checker app that allows you to check in seconds if your mobile is rooted or not. If you want to unroot open SuperSu app click on Full Unroot.


  • Did you read and understand the Full Guide Before root Doogee N20?
  • Are you willing to risk facing and trying to fix the disadvantages of rooting your device?
  • Have you made a backup for your device before it is attempted to be rooted?

If your answer to these three questions is a ‘yes’, then you should be ready to handle rooting your device and facing the consequences and benefits.

If your answer is ‘no’ to all three questions, then you should probably think a few more times before you take the leap. Or leave out rooting your device altogether.

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