Magisk module is now available for Android Q
Magisk developer John Wu has rooted Android Q, even before the OS reaches the normal folks around. The news comes straight after Wu declared that root for the OS will take a long time to get completed.
Android Q is officially rooted (before any official build is available). Weird flex but OK 😜 pic.twitter.com/tQ3tomb35n
— John Wu (@topjohnwu) March 3, 2019
However, in a tweet today, he shares an image of the new Magisk Root Manager with Android Q mentioned in split-view. But the screenshot is from the current Canary build of the OS. Whether Wu made some tweaks or this happened with no modifications, he only knows.
Now, when [it] is working on Q, the module is now available for Pixel 1 and Pixel 2 as well.
Source: Android Police
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