John Wu : « root Android Q ne viendra pas n’importe quand bientôt. Q Android a interrupteur…

John Wu : « root Android Q ne viendra pas n’importe quand bientôt. Q Android a interrupteur…

John Wu: « Android Q root won’t come anytime soon. Android Q has switched to logical partitions for the system block, which means there is no easy way to mount the block by any means. I’m currently thinking of what tricks can I do other than implement everything from scratch »

Avant de choisir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de lire les blagues chaque jours de manière confortable ?

John Wu : « root Android Q ne viendra pas n’importe quand bientôt. Q Android est passé en partitions logiques pour le bloc système, c’est-à-dire il n’y a pas de moyen facile de monter le bloc par tous les moyens. Je pense actuellement qu’astuces peuvent autre que mettre en oeuvre tout depuis le début »

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18 réflexions au sujet de “John Wu : « root Android Q ne viendra pas n’importe quand bientôt. Q Android a interrupteur…”

  1. I really wish there was a true GNU/Linux competitor to Android. My phone needs to make calls, send texts, and run a web browser. That covers the essentials. The rest I qould rather have FOSS tools from an open source community than proprietary adware-ridden apps which is what most of the Play Store has become. Android started out being very power-user friendly but has grown worse and worse with every release. I used to be able to run a tap based OpenVPN out of a Debian chroot system-wide AND run the OpenVPN link through an SSH tunnel to get around work wifi’s stupid VPN blocker. Now I can’t do that, only tun based official VPN and no SSH tunneling. I used to keep my chroot on /data/media/0 but now that’s marked noexec. I couldn’t get XServer XSDL working on my Note 8 even though it worked flawlessly with mate desktop on my Note 3 with CM12. Android is locking out the users more and more with every release. If they’d just give us a proper power-user root toggle in developer options that would solve a lot, but it feels less and less open every release. I really want a viable alternative.

  2. Hmmm. I hope he is still able to make it. I do like to tinker with my phone a lot and would rather enjoy being able to continue, doing just that.

  3. Gosh, that’s really unfortunate.

    Google is increasingly making things harder for people who like to tinker with their devices – just look at what happened to Substratrum last year with Pie.

  4. I can understand why they don’t want people to root but if you acknowledge the risks and lose your warranty doing it people should have a right to do it.

    It shouldn’t be hard to root your phone and should be as easy to do as unlocking the bootloader.

    Sure do miss the days of easy rooting (Note 3). I mean knox still triggered but it was easy to do.

  5. I have a OnePlus 6 with Pixel Experience ROM, that mean I’ll have to comeback to OOS on Android Q? I’m kinda lay in this subject, sorry for the question

  6. I’m out of the loop when it comes to Rooting nowadays.

    Do people still use SuperSU?

    And is updating your phone when rooted not work? Does Google Pay work when rooted?

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