We all know very well that Android Q already has its first beta available, and we have already been able to accumulate all the news and changes that it brings. The tenth major update of the operating system, which will officially arrive in summer, has seven valuable functions, making it more difficult than ever to root.
John Wu: Android Q Root Won’t Come Anytime Soon
After a time of rumors about its arrival, Android Q already has its first beta available, and we have already been able to accumulate all the news and changes it brings. The tenth major update of the operating system, which will officially arrive in summer, has seven valuable functions, making it more difficult than ever to root.
We all know that Android is the most well-known and most used mobile operating system in the world, and the release of the final version of Android Q is just around the corner.
But, recently, the developer of Magisk, John Wu, revealed that he had successfully rooted Android Q’s beta, which generated joy among rooting enthusiasts.
However, shortly after, and through a series of tweets in his official account, the developer of Magisk, John Wu,, has confirmed that the tech giant Google makes it more difficult than ever to root the Android Q.
Yes, the developer of Magisk, John Wu, now says that getting root access in Android Q would take months. In its profile of the popular social network, John Wu explains that Google has modified the logical partitions for blocking the Android Q system. For that reason, there is no easy way to mount the lock because the system works with the root that has been completely changed.
Things are not looking good 😅, even if I could, I might have to create a complete new Magisk just for Android Q. Android Q switched to this stupidly complicated logical device (device-mapper) + overlayfs madness just to support "Previewing GSIs" from data partition.
— John Wu (@topjohnwu) March 13, 2019
Moreover, the developer of Magisk, of course, John Wu, says in his Twitter profile that he is thinking of new tricks to root the Android Q, and not only that even he also said he might have to create a Magisk, the popular app for Android smartphones that allows rooting the devices without intervening in the partition of the system, which is entirely new for the latest version of the operating system.
John Wu also said that solving all this could take a lot of time, and he does not expect Magisk to be able to start Android Q in months. To look for a positive side to this situation, it seems that the only problem with being able to carry out a root in the latest version of the operating system is time, so users should have to wait a little longer than usual.
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