The Android scene has been mutating in recent years with different ways to root our devices. And in this aspect without a doubt the tool that has burst with more force in the universe Android has been the one of Magisk. Now we have known that Magisk is already compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S9 .
Just a few weeks ago we told you how to use Magisk in the Huawei P20 Pro, another of the most prominent mobile phones of the moment, after having made it root to install everything we want.
New version 16.6 beta of Magisk
The latest version of this tool to get more out of our Android phone comes with several new features. Although the most important of them all, especially for its users, is that it is already compatible with two of the most prominent mobile phones of the moment, such as the Samung Galaxy S9 Y Galaxy S9 + . Both terminals are already compatible with the tool, so we can install this latest fully functional beta version with both versions of the top of the Koreans range.
In this way we can enjoy in the Samsung terminal all the virtues that this tool offers, with which we can enjoy new features that otherwise, through Google Play, we could not enjoy these phones. For download this version of Magisk we must click on the following link:
Another interesting detail of this latest version of Magisk, is that also compatible with Project Treble GSI , which will undoubtedly facilitate the installation without having to expose yourself to a loss of data in the process, as we have seen so far.
It is undoubtedly a change in the right direction, which will allow the use of Magisk to be even simpler than usual. Over the last few years we have known many ways to root our phones, and predominant ROMs like CyanogenMod, but in recent years we have seen a unstoppable boom of Magisk and LineageOS , the direct heir of Cyanogen. Now, there are many who at this point, as happens with the jailbreak of iOS, question whether it is worth rooting the phone. This decision obviously belongs to everyone, aware of their own limitations and aspirations with the mobile phone. The tools to do it are still there, and they are getting better.