You could easily root any Android device back then, but rooting is not as simple as it used to be.
Having a rooted Android device has its own pros like being able to install tweaks, customizing your OS and even installing systems apps you dislike.
However, some of its cons are that your system becomes vulnerable to malware and your warranty is also voided, but you can undo this if you unroot your device.
In this guide, let’s see how you can root Android Pie using the latest Magisk update from XDA Developers.
How to Root Android Pie?
Note: You need to have TWRP Recovery installed on your Android Pie device which requires a computer. You also need to download Magisk and Magisk Manager.
Before you root your device, read this guide carefully. If you do anything wrong, your OS might get damaged and you might lose all your data.
Make sure you backup all your important data such as photos, videos, contacts and other files.
Here’s an infographic published on Clashroid showing how to root Android Pie.
This is the ultimate guide to help you root your Android Pie device. Like I said, before you proceed, read the information carefully to decide if you want to root your device.
Make sure you take proper backups of all the data and follow the guide step-by-step. If you need any help with the steps, comment below, I would be more than happy to help you out.
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