Here is a quick and working TWRP recovery file for Poco F2 MIUI 12 including the root file. Just download the Poco F2 Pro TWRP file and flash it via fastboot commons. After that, you will be able to use custom TWRP recovery instead of stock recovery. Moreover, you can flash the Root package to gain root access.

Poco F2 Pro TWRP recovery installation is safe and only a 5-minute process. So, follow the below guide and apply the same exact TWRP flashing process for error-free installation. Once you have the latest TWRP on a Poco F2 pro, root it without a pc.

IMPORTANT; Before going to jump into Poco F2 Pro TWRP flashing, it’s a must to know that TWRP-3.4.0-14 is an unofficial build. At the time of posting this tutorial, there is no official build available for Poco F2 Pro MIUI 12 Global stable ROM. But don’t worry, unofficial TWRP-3.4.0-14 is 100% safe and you will not see boot loop & fastboot loading issues.

Today we are going to share the working method on how to install TWRP 3.4.2b & Magisk (to enable root) on Xiaomi POCO F2 Pro device with MIUI 12 Global Stable firmware installed.

We hope this quick & easy tutorial will be useful and it will help you to avoid the boot loop & fastboot loading issues. Don’t forget to make all required backups on your phone before doing any actions!


First of all and most important step here is to enable text password lock on your phone and enable USB debugging.

  1. Download the misc.bin file & TWRP 3.4.2b version for Poco F2 Pro and move both files to the same folder with platform-tools.
    1. Rename downloaded TWRP .img file to just twrp. img to make things easier in the next steps.
  2. Start your smartphone in fastboot mode and open the command prompt on your Windows OS PC.
  3. Now enter the following commands in the same order:
    1. fastboot devices (to check if your device is successfully connected to your PC).
    2. fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
    3. fastboot flash misc misc.bin
    4. fastboot boot twrp.img
  4. Your phone should now reboot into TWRP and will request the text lock password, enter the password that you’ve set up previously, and now /data partition should be decrypted and we can continue using the TWRP Custom Recovery.
  5. Go to Reboot > System and proceed with a reboot to the system.
  6. It could be that TWRP will be removed on the first boot into the system. In this case, you just need to flash it again, but this time doesn’t use the following command: “fastboot boot TWRP.img” and manually reboot into TWRP by pressing Volume Up + Power buttons at the same time.
  7. Now, the final step is installing the Magisk.
  8. Copy the file into the phone's internal memory, boot into TWRP, and flash Magisk.
  9. After installation reboot into system.
  10. You’ve Magisk installed and working.

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