Gain Rooted Google Phone With Magisk

Why Need Root Google Phone?

We can find the best google App for Smartphones to make varies experience easily. But we are unable to use them for google phone directly, it needs rooted google phone in some way. It means that rooted google phone will support to install google phone Apps.

Is Magisk supported To Make Huge Android Experience For Google Phone?

Through many other security-related updates, Android Q also changed the way the system partitions for the Google Phone such as Pixel 3 and 3a work to allow the smooth installation of Generic System Images through dynamic system updates and improve the general security of the system with Magisk. A side effect of these new logical partitions is a complete change in the way root access can be enabled. Earlier, Magisk developer John Wu explained that this would mean that Android Q could not be rooted in newer devices for quite some time. Furthermore, Wu elapsed and announced that he reached the first full root of work in  Google Phone such as 3XL Pixel with Android Q Beta 4.

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Introduction About New Rooting Method With Magisk

Basically, the new logical partitions offer developers many advantages. Before, they had to unlock their phone’s Bootloader and clean their main partition to install Generic System Images (GSI), which allows enabled Project Treble devices to run the latest version of Android AOSP for testing purposes. Logical partitions allow people to install GSI without jumping through these hoops; it is not even necessary to unlock the Bootloader, and the original installation of your operating system is not touched and remains ready to be used in another partition.

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The new design makes it more difficult to root the devices in a classic way. In fact, there are A / B partitions (or system-as-root) such as these from Android 7.1, but until Android 9, it was possible to revert to the system partition structure “initramfs rootfs” that facilitate rooting. Android Q is no longer compatible with this legacy solution, so finally, we had to establish an appropriate way to root A / B partitions.

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John Wu found a way to root dual partitions natively by changing the way access to the root is achieved in the first place. Instead of importing the root directory at the time of installation (as SuperSU did), John Wu wrote his own solution, MagiskInit, which dynamically adds the root directory to the system partition each time the device is started. This allows devices with A / B partitions (which naturally change their system/root partitions to update the system between starts) to take root without returning them to the previous system design.

What makes this new method so significant is that rooted devices could support continuous system updates in the future, although that remains to be seen (this version of Magisk is found in the first alpha tests, after all). In addition, Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3a are only the first devices that come with logical partitions; more devices should move to this new structure in the future, so they will also benefit from this new method. If you are interested in the technical details, you can read its description of commitment in Github, but the most important information for us, the common people, hurray, root, will work in newer devices with Android Q

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