You can now root Galaxy S10 on Android 10 One UI 2 beta update

It hasn’t even been a day since Samsung’s official One UI 2 beta rollout in the US. But modders, who have been preparing for this day since eternity we feel, have already found a way to root the newly-released Android 10-based One UI 2.

Magisk Patched Images for Android 10 (One UI 2 beta) has gone live and is currently available for download for the Galaxy S10 Plus (G975F).

How to root Galaxy S10 on One UI 2 Android 10 update

Compatibility: This root package is compatible only with the model SM-G975F of the Galaxy S10 Plus handset. Do not try this on a device with any other model number.

Step 1: Download the root package from here: S10 Plus (Europe) | SM-G975F

Step 2: Install the downloaded root package with Odin. You can see our guide here on how to install a file using Odin.

(Do not restart the device until you have done the steps below first.)

Step 3: Boot into recovery mode.

Step 4: Wipe cache and data.

Step 5: Reboot the device by holding the Volume down and Power buttons together for about 10 seconds or until the device restarts.

As mentioned, it’s currently available only for the S10 Plus. But the developer is already working on the packages for the S10 and S10e.

Source: XDA Developers

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