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    How to Root Any Android 9.0 Device – The Right Way

    Hello guys, how you all doing? Bought a new android phone and that too has the latest Pie version? I know that you can’t live without rooting your phone and gaining superuser access to it.

    And since rooting Android Pie is a tough task so we have come up with some tricks to root Android 9.0 Pie. Yes in this article we will tell you 2 ways to root Android Pie 9.0 using Custom Recovery and Magisk easily in 2019 with an easy method.

     

    Rooting Android 9.0 through Custom Recovery

    1. First of all download and transfer the SuperSU zip file from the below link.

      Download SuperSu

    2. Now you have to boot your device into a custom recovery like the TWRP Recovery. If you haven’t installed one then search on Google or Youtube for proper instruction on how to install a custom recovery.
    3. Now from the Recovery Menu click on Install Now and select the zip file SuperSU that you have downloaded from in Step 1.
    4. After you have selected the SuperSU .zip file, Swipe to Confirm Flash on the bottom of the screen to start the flashing process.
    5. After the SuperSU is flashed in your device you will get Reboot System Click on it and you are done. On the Next Reboot, you will have full root access.

     

    Rooting Android 9.0 through Magisk

    1. First of all, download the Magisk Manager and place it in your phone’s storage. 
    2. Now you have to boot your device into a custom recovery like the TWRP Recovery. If you haven’t installed one then search on Google or Youtube for proper instruction on how to install a custom recovery.
    3. Click on Install button and then select the Magisk.zip file that you had already transferred to your device storage in Step 1.
    4. After you had selected the .zip file now Swipe to Confirm Flash on the bottom side of your mobile screen to start the flashing process.
    5. Once Magisk is flashed, you’ll get Reboot System option, select it.
    6. After the device reboots, open a file manager application and then go to the folder where you transferred the Magisk Manager Apk file in Step 1. Install it.
    7. Open the Magisk Manager app and check your device’s root status. That’s All.

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