Android Q Isn’t Out Yet, But It Has Already Been ROOTED

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The next big event of the tech giant Google, of course, I am talking about none other than Google I/O which generally take place in the month of May where we will know all the details and news about the new version of Android, of course, Android Q. Now according to the latest reports, the unreleased version of Android, of course, Android Q is now officially rooted.

As recently we knew the new features of Android Q that invited us to think that the new version of the operating system will change its interface to allow us to use the mobile devices in a completely different way as compared to the current one.
But, as we all know very well that rooting is a practice that has lost a lot of craze in recent years. However, the fact is that the tech giant Google’s well-known and most used operating system, of course, Android remains a much more active community than iOS in terms of developing software and ROMs.

Android Q is officially rooted (before any official build is available). Weird flex but OK 😜

— John Wu (@topjohnwu) March 3, 2019

Now even before the release of Android Q, the creator of Magisk, the most popular Android module development of current time, has announced that it has managed to root this new version of Android, of course, Android Q before reaching to the mobile devices in a stable way.

However, the proof of this is the installation of Magisk in Android Q, something that is impossible to do for ordinary users. And not only that even the creator of Magisk also posted the proof in his Twitter account where he has shared an image showing Magisk running on Android Q.

Moreover, it is also visible that this rooting has been carried out with the Android security patch of the month of February 2019 installed. Hence, it is an accurate proof that Android Q has already been rooted. The question was obviously not whether Android Q could be rooted, but when it would be possible, and this question has already been answered, but, now we just have to wait for the arrival of the final version. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below. And if you liked this post then simply do not forget to share this article with your friends and family.

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