Category: Android Root
For those of you who have rooted your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus using our root guide, you may have rooted with the SuperSU app as Magisk was not compatible with Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. Well, there is a modified version of Magisk that you can use now which is 100% compatible. If you have not yet rooted your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, you can follow our existing root guide here but simply use the new modified Magisk instead of SuperSU and you will have Magisk root instead of SuperSU on your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus.
For those of you who want to root your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to root your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus along with a full video tutorial you can follow.
Thanks to XDA developer TopJohnWu, he has released Magisk V16.1 which now is fully-compatible with the latest Android P(9.0) so you can easily root your Pixel phones on latest Android P Preview and should work fine when official Android P comes out.
Today, I will show you how to easily and quickly root your Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL. Before we begin, rooting involves unlocking bootloader, which erases EVERYTHING on your phone so please make a backup before preceding!
In this video tutorial, I am going to show you how to root the OnePlus 5T on Windows, Mac, or Linux. If you are new to rooting, be sure to follow the video tutorial step-by-step and you should have zero problems. Now, rooting will ERASE EVERYTHING on your OnePlus 5T since we will be unlocking the bootloader, which will wipe everything. Make sure to backup anything you want to save such as your photos, personal files, etc…etc…
For those of you who have asked me on how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on latest Android 7.0 Nougat, I have created a step-by-step guide that any noob/beginner can follow. Now this root method took me less than 5 minutes so it should be very easy to do.
In this MASSIVE tutorial, I will be showing you how to root the LG V20, this root guide is specifically for the AT&T H910, Sprint LS997, Verizon VS995, and Korean F800L models ONLY! If you do not have one of these models, please DO NOT FOLLOW THIS TUTORIAL! For T-Mobile and other variants, check this page on XDA.
For those of you who want to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, currently you can root Exynos-based models of Galaxy Note 7 including the SM-N930F, SM-N930FD, and Korean SM-N930K/S/L. U.S. models based on Qualcomm are not yet supported such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon as they have locked bootloaders. If you absolutely want root on your Note 7 and you have AT&T, T-Mobile, or any other GSM carrier in the U.S., you can grab the SM-N930F or SM-N930FD model, which work flawless on GSM networks like AT&T or T-Mobile. (You can grab SM-N930FD on eBay for around $699 also much cheaper.)