How to Root Moto G40 Fusion via SuperSU & Magisk + Two More METHODS!

In this article, I will show you how to root the Moto G40 Fusion smartphone. And with an easy step by step instruction guide on how to successfully root. So, let’s straight away dive into the tutorial guide. Stay until the end.


About Moto G40 Fusion

Here are some of the key features and specifications of the newly launched Moto G40 Fusion smartphone.

  • Firstly, it has a 6.8 inches display with a resolution of 1080 by 2460 pixels.
  • And Moto G40 Fusion also comes with Android 11
  • And under the hood, the phone has a Snapdragon 732G chipset.
  • The Phone also comes with 4/6GB GB Ram and 64/128 GB Storage. 
  • Furthermore, the camera sensor is – 64+8+2 triple rear camera and 16 MP front shooter.
  • Finally, the battery on the phone is a non-removable 6000 mAh.

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What do you mean by Root?

Root or Rooting a device, simply means that you are now able to take full control of your Android device. After rooting, the smartphone has the ability to customize beyond limits. So, there are quite a few benefits of rooting the Moto G40 Fusion. So, let us see what are those benefits.


Advantages or Benefits of Rooting the Moto G40 Fusion?

Well, here are some of the Pros of rooting the Moto G40 Fusion Android device:

  1. First of all, the user takes control of the phone.
  2. And also customize the user interface and control the frequency of the CPU as well as GPU.
  3. There are also different available Mods that can be downloadable for free.
  4. You can also, Install Custom Roms on the phone.
  5. In conclusion, you can customize the Moto G40 Fusion Android phone beyond limits.

So above were some of the key benefits of rooting your Android smartphone. But is it all good? NO. Below are some of the cons or disadvantages of rooting the phone.

Cons or Disadvantages of Rooting the Moto G40 Fusion?

Now let’s see some of the cons of rooting the Moto G40 Fusion Android smartphone:

  1. Firstly, the warranty is void after rooting the device.
  2. And your phone could be completely dead and not usable anymore. (If anything goes wrong)
  3. Also, performance issues may arrive due to a lack of optimization for the particular model.

So now that you have seen the Pros and Cons of rooting the Moto G40 Fusion, Let’s see step by step tutorial on how to root the phone.

Let’s Root Moto G40 Fusion

IMPORTANT Points before rooting the Moto G40 Fusion:

  • Before rooting, do install TWRP Recovery on Moto G40 Fusion Though methods are mentioned below that require no Recovery.
  • This guide is only to root Moto G40 Fusion Android smartphone.
  • Tech Droid Tips takes no responsibility if anything goes wrong with the device. Please do it at your own risk.

Root Motorola Moto G40 Fusion

Rooting by SuperSU – METHOD 1

  • In this method, we will flash a zip file from TWRP or CWM recovery. So, make sure to install the custom recovery on your phone. (Links are above in the topic IMPORTANT POINTS before rooting)
  • First of all, download the Super SU Zip file and save it to internal or external storage of the Moto G40 Fusion.
  • And now boot into TWRP Recovery or CWM recovery.
  • Next, you will see some options, Tap on INSTALL or FLASH. Select the SuperSU file from the storage.
  • Click on confirm Flash or Swipe to flash.
  • That’s it after the process is successful, tap on the reboot option. Now the phone will reboot.
  • Congratulations, you have rooted the Moto G40 Fusion. You will see the SuperSU app in the apps menu.
  • If TWRP or CWM recovery is still not available for the device then please do not try to root your device with this method. You may brick your device.

NEXT – How to Install Custom ROM on the Moto G40 Fusion

Rooting by KingRoot – Method 2

  • Firstly, You need to download the app KingRoot on your Moto G40 Fusion.
  • And then Install the App on the phone. Also, enable unknown sources in the setting menu.
  • And now open the app in your Moto G40 Fusion smartphone and click on ” the large button – No Root Permission”.
  • Do not touch your screen while the process is going on.
  • That’s it, your Moto G40 Fusion has root access now.
  • Try a different method if the process fails to root your phone.

Related Article. Unroot Moto G40 Fusion and Go back to stock ROM

Rooting by Wondershare – Method 3

  • And also charge the phone fully before proceeding.
  • And also enable USB DEBUGGING on the Moto G40 Fusion by going in the setting. To do that, Go to setting>Developer options>Enable USD Debugging.
  • Launch the application on your computer.
  • Furthermore, plug your Moto G40 Fusion into your pc via a data cable provided by the manufacturer.
  • Now you need to click on the One-Click Android Root option.
  • Hence the process of rooting the phone will start. And after a few moments, the Moto G40 Fusion will have root access.
  • Try a different method if the process fails to root your phone.

Rooting By Magisk – Method 4

  • Firstly, you need TWRP Recovery or CWM Recovery to root via this method.
  • And also download Magisk latest Zip File.
  • And now boot the Moto G40 Fusion into the Recovery mode.
  • Then go to Install > Select the Magisk Zip File > Swipe to Install.
  • That’s it, finally, the Moto G40 Fusion has root access via the Magisk installation.
  • If TWRP or CWM recovery is still not available for the device then please do not try to root your device with this method. You may brick your device.

So, that’s it for the step by step guide, I hope this article helped you in successfully rooting your Moto G40 Fusion. And also if you have any quires, do let me know in the comment section below.