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    Latest Way to Safely Root Android phone 8.1 and others

    How to Safely Root Android devices

    Latest way on how to Safely Root Android devices

    This Technique would guide you on how you can safely root Android devices version 8.0 / 8.1 and 9.0.

    Follow the steps and root your Android phone Safely.

    Why you need to Root your Andriod device?

    One of the main advantages of rooting your Android device is, ability to have total Access to your device, rooting Android devices grants you a total Access/ control to your device, that means you'd be able to modify your Android device settings and also use the device to carry out alarming tasks.

    What does rooting do to my Android device?

    Rooting your Android device as said gives you a total/ complete Access to your device. Although, when you root your Android device you lose your warranty Rights due to breaching and allowing a third-party control. 

    The step you aresare about to readyread about would allow you not tripping your SafetyNet.

    How to Root Android Devices version 8.0/ 8.1 and 9.0

    This method works by flashing the Magisk ZIP in TWRP, so you'll need to install the custom recovery before you begin. Much like Magisk itself, there are multiple ways to install TWRP. If you're rooted, you can use this method, but note that you'll have to do a full unroot in SuperSU after you're done.

    Step 2:-

    Install Magisk Manager

    Once you've got TWRP installed successfully, boot into Android and install the Magisk Manager app. This isn't the Magisk framework, which provides root access and the ability to install Magisk modules. It's simply an app for downloading and updating the Magisk framework and managing modules.

    The Magisk Manager app is no longer available on the Play Store, so you'll need to have "Unknown Sources" enabled to install it. Download the newest version, then when that's finished, tap the Download complete notification to launch the APK. Finally, press "Install".

    Step 3:-

    Download the Magisk ZIP

    Next, open the Magisk Manager app. You'll get a popup asking if you'd like to install the Magisk framework. Tap "Install" here, then hit "Download Zip Only" on the subsequent popup. Wait until you see a message at the bottom of the app's main menu stating that the file has been downloaded.

    Step 4 :-

    Flash Magisk in TWRP

    Next, boot your phone into recovery mode, then tap the "Install" button in TWRP's main menu. From there, navigate to your device's Download folder, then select the Magisk ZIP. After that, just swipe the slider at the bottom of the screen to install Magisk, then tap "Reboot System."

    Step 5

    Verify Root & SafetyNet Status.

    Next, go ahead and open the Magisk Manager app. If everything went off without a hitch, you'll see a message towards the top of the screen that says "MAGISKSU (topjohnwu)" with a green check mark next to it. This means your phone is now officially rooted, and since it was done with Magisk, it's a systemless root.

    Aside that, the main advantage of Magisk is that you can have root without tripping SafetyNet.

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