Install TWRP Recovery and Root Moto G7 Plus

Moto G7 Plus Root and TWRP

Motorola Moto G7 Plus was one of the Moto G7 family devices launched in February 2019. It allows you to live a sleek Android experience, which allowed Motorola to reinforce its image with the start of the G series. The device now has a TWRP recovery version. Here's how you can install TWRP Recovery and Root Moto G7 Plus.


All methods of rooting, no matter how simple or successful, are risky. In general, do not root your device if you can not handle some bugs and problems that may or may not appear after rooting. In addition, rooting voids the warranty of your device and you will not be able to have it repaired by the service center. If you decide to go ahead with this guide and root your Moto G7 Plus, be sure to take your responsibilities in case things happen to the south. DroidViews can not be held responsible under any circumstances.


Now that everything is in order, you will need to consider a few things before starting the process.

  1. A Motorola Moto G7 Plus with an unlocked boot loader.
  2. You will need a Windows, Mac or Linux computer with the tools of the Android SDK platform. We have a specific and detailed guide explaining how to do exactly that for the three platforms, linked below.
  3. Make sure you have installed the necessary Motorola USB drivers on your Windows PC. Linux and Mac users do not need special drivers.
  4. Make sure that there is at least 50% battery left on your Moto G7 Plus in order to avoid any accidental stoppages.
  5. Since you need to connect your phone to your PC with a USB cable, make sure the cable is not loose.
  6. Activate USB debugging and OEM unlocking found under Developer options.

Download Moto G7 Plus TWRP Image and Magisk

Install TWRP on Moto G7 Plus

  1. With the platform tools the folder is open, type cmd in the address bar and press Enter to launch a command prompt window in the folder. Linux and Mac users can simply right-click in the folder and select Open in the terminal launch a terminal and use adb.
  2. Once the command prompt or terminal is open, connect your Moto G7 Plus to your PC.
    • On your phone, you will be asked to grant USB debug permission to the PC. If it does not show up yet, enter the following command in the command / terminal prompt to force it.
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  3. Now, use the following command to start your phone in quick start mode.
    adb reboot fastboot
  4. Then flash the twrp image on your device using this command.
    fastboot boot twrp-3.3.1-0-lake.img
  5. If you have not placed the twrp file in the platform-tools folder, you must enter the full path before the file name.
    fastboot boot /path/to/twrp-3.3.1-0-lake.img

    In the command above, replace / path / to / with the actual path to the twrp file.

  6. Your phone will then start in TWRP recovery.
  7. In TWRP, select Install, then navigate to the zip file of the installation program twrp and select it.
  8. Swipe down to flash the file.
  9. Once done, return to the main menu and select restart > Recovery.

Root Moto G7 Plus

  1. Once TWRP recovery is complete, it is advisable to start with a full NANDroid backup of your device, in case you want to restore your device. To do this, go to safeguard and select all partitions. Swipe down to start the backup process.
  2. When you have a backup or have decided to skip it, select Install in the TWRP main menu.
  3. Browse to the downloaded Magisk file, select it and select it.
  4. Swipe down to flash the zip.
  5. When this is done, you will see a system reboot button at the bottom, tap it and your device will reboot.

When your device turns back on, you should find Magisk Manager among all your other applications.

To read further: Configure Universal ADB and Fastboot or System Scale under Windows 10

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