The developer of Magisk has published some photos showing how Android Q already has the ROOT active although the new version of Android is not yet available
The ROOT on Android Q is already available
Magisk is a great application for Android that allows a complete management of permissions ROOT on Android and the same developer announced that it has obtained the permission of ROOT Android-Q.
The famous app that allows you to hide the ROOT to applications without affecting the operation, it is therefore working on Android 10 Q even if the exploit has not yet been published so that Google does not close the flaw.
Magisk updated to version 18.2, therefore activates the compatibility with Android 10 Q which is the latest version of the operating system of Google, which will see the light in the summer, but that has in fact already the ROOT enabled.
The news was given directly by the developer John Wu, who in a few days cooked the Google Pixel 3 Xl ROM integrating the ROOT, which as I told you is not yet available to the public. So, once again, Android is drunk too easily, and obviously new frontiers for modding are open, with all the tools compatible with Magisk that will therefore also see the light on Android Q.
- [General] Support EMUI 9.0
- [General] Support Kirin 960 devices
- [General] Support down to Android 4.2
- [General] Major code based modernization under-the-hood
Changelog Magic Manager v7.0.0
- Major UI redesign!
- Render Markdown natively (no more buggy WebView!)
- Support down to Android 4.1 (native Magisk only support Android 4.2 though)
- Significantly improve Magisk log disply performance
- Fix post OTA scripts for A/B devices
- Reduce memory usages when verifying and signing boot image
- Drop support for Magisk lower than v18.0
Where to download the latest version of Magisk
Magisk is available for free download by clicking on the following link which will send you to the official XDA thread with the latest updated version.