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Root Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ & S10e With Magisk

Root Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ & S10e With Magisk
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Surely the Android scene does not have the strength of a few years ago, but it continues to drag many users to root their phones and install alternative ROMs. And the new lucky ones are the users of Samsung’s new range bumpers, since we can root the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e, now with Magisk Canary.

Samsung Galaxy S10 + that we have seen a few days ago the iPhone XS Max, demonstrating both terminals resistance to shock and falls against the ground.

You can now root the Samsung Galaxy S10 with Magisk

Undoubtedly, this is great news for many users and developers of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its variants, who are looking forward to taking advantage of their new cameras, their camera inside the screen or the ultrasonic fingerprint reader. Magisk Canary already allows to root the Samsung Galaxy S10, although yes, with enough problems, because it can be described in iOS jailbreak language as a kind of rooting Tethered, since every restart we need to go through the recovery to start the operating system through Magisk.

These problems are derived from the action of Knox in the Samsung Galaxy S10, as it will try to block the start of the phone as soon as possible. Therefore, not everything will be to sew and sing with this new root for the Samsung Galaxy S10 with the Canary version of Magisk. The installation of Magisk in the Samsung Galaxy S10 involves the deletion of all data from the phone, so you must take it into account if for some reason you have started using it already. We can access a complete guide of how Magisk Canary is installed in the Samsung Galaxy S10, which is key to be able to enjoy rooteo conditions.

In order to use the Samsung Galaxy S10 with Magisk Canary once we have installed it, we will need to take into account that by default the phone will start without Magisk, therefore without the root . To activate it every time we start the mobile, there are these alternatives:

  • Without Magisk : normal lighting
  • With Magisk : pressing the power button plus Bixy plus the volume up, when warning bootloader release all buttons
  • Enter recovery : pressing the power button plus the Bixy plus the volume up, to see warning of the bootloader we keep pressed volume up

As you can see it will not be a clean rooteo, but we will have to introduce this combination of buttons every time we start to enjoy the root with Magisk Canary.

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