After Android Pie, Google is developing the next version of Android with the code of Android Q. In mid-January 2019, an Android Q beta for Pixel 3 XL was leaked on the Internet. And now, Android Q has been officially rooted by a programmer even though Google hasn’t even announced it.
On his Twitter page, Taiwanese programmer John Wu showed off that he was able to root Android Q, through the image he shared, showing that the Magisk Manager root management tool was able to run on This unreleased Android version.
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
Needless to say, John Wu is the author of Magisk Manager. This software was created by him in 2016 to replace SuperSU, and currently, Magisk Manager is rated as the best root management tool today. What is special is that John Wu created Magisk Manager while still in school, and is currently studying Computer Science at the University of Michigan (USA).
Android Q is expected to be announced by Google at the Google I / O event in early May. Through the leaked version, Android Q is expected to bring new features like the dark-colored interface (Dark Mode). ), better application permissions management, 3D face recognition support.
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