How to Root Moto One Fusion with Magisk [Step by Step]

Are you looking to root your Moto One Fusion? If yes then you are at the right place. Here is a Step by Step Guide to Root Moto One Fusion with Magisk. This Method needs no TWRP installed on your phone, all you need is a PC and an Internet Connection to download some stuff.

Rooting an Android phone brings many great advantages to it, as you gain the System level file access that can be used to installed Mods that enhance the Android and also brings new features. It also unlocks some great UI customizations abilities with the help of Substratum or Xposed Modules.

Speaking of Moto One Fusion, it is powered by a Snapdragon 710 Chipset with 4 GB of RAM. There is only one variant of 64 GB storage. The display is a 6.5 inches IPS LCD panel with an HD resolution. The backside houses a Quad camera setup with a 48 MP lens as the primary shooter. The front has an 8 MP selfie shooter. It is fueled by a big 5000 mAh battery.

How to Root Moto One Fusion

Table of Contents

Download Section

Magisk and Magisk Manager

Stock ROM for Moto One Fusion

USB Drivers

ADB and Fastboot

How to Root Moto One Fusion with Magisk

Step 1: Unlock the Bootloader

Step 2: Download Stock ROM for Moto One Fusion and Extract Boot.img

Step 3: Patch the Boot.img using Magisk Manager

Step 4: Flash the Patched Boot.img using PC (fastboot)

Let see all steps in detail:

Step 1: Unlock the Bootloader, Enable OEM Unlock, and USB Debugging

  • Enable USB Debugging and Allow OEM unlock by going into Developer options. Go to settings > About phone and then tap on “Build number” multiple times until you see “You are now a developer” popup
  • Open the Motorola Bootloader Unlock website and click on “Next”. On the next screen, Sign in with your Google or Motorola account
  • Reboot to fastboot by turning off your phone and then pressing Volume Down and Power Key together
  • Connect the phone to your PC and open the command window. Type this in cmd
fastboot oem get_unlock_data
unlock bootloader
  • It will give a code which you need to copy and paste it into the Data Scrub tool
Data scrub tool
  • Data scrub tool will give a new code, copy it, and paste it in Motorola Unlock page which you just signed on to.
  • Click on “I agree” and then click on “Get unlock code”
  • You will receive an Unlock key
  • Now type the following code in the command window twice
fastboot oem unlock UNIQUE_KEY

UNIQUE_KEY is the key you got on Motorola unlock page. Paste the code twice to unlock the device.

Step 2: Download Firmware for Moto One Fusion and Extract Boot.img

  • Download the Stock ROM/Firmware from Download Section.
  • Extract the zip file and you will find a file named boot.img
  • Copy the file to your Moto One Fusion

Step 3: Patch the Boot.img using Magisk Manager

  • Download Magisk Manager Manager from above and Install it
  • Open the App and Click on Install Magisk
  • Then choose the option “Select and Patch a File”

Magisk Select and Patch Boot.img file

  • Choose the boot.img you previously moved to Moto One Fusion
  • It will produce a patched file named magisk_patched.img in the Download folder.

Step 4: Flash the Patched Boot.img using PC (fastboot)

  • Move the Patched magisk_patched.img to the pc in C:/adb folder
  • Boot the device to Fastboot mode by using Advance reboot menu (Can be enabled in Developer options)
  • Connect the Moto One Fusion to your PC, Make sure all drivers are Installed, including ADB and Fastboot
  • Shift + Right-click and open PowerShell window or command window
  • Type this command to make sure the device is connected

fastboot devices

  • If the device is connected, then it will return the Fastboot ID
  • Next, type this command to flash Patched boot image, Make sure that patched boot image is named magisk_patched.img

fastboot flash boot magisk_patched.img

  • This will flash the patched boot image file, Now type this command to reboot to system

fastboot reboot

  • Go to the Magisk Manager app to check the root status

Magisk Manager Root status

So, these were the steps to root Moto One Fusion. If you have any trouble in any step, then let us know in the comment section. Also, Follow us on Twitter for updates about Android.

1 thought on “How to Root Moto One Fusion with Magisk [Step by Step]”

  1. can’t enable oem unlock on moto one fusion!
    the option OEM unlock appears ” but as a grayed option ” and are not clickable
    are there any way to change it?

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