Want to root your OnePlus 6? Well, here we have explained an easy method that will enable you to root OnePlus 6 using Magisk rooting tool and Magisk Manager. Root your phone using Magisk rooting tool. Magisk is the latest and the most popular method of rooting Android phones. It springs from the systemless root method, which modifies system files without impacting system stability.
This method is useful to quickly turn root access on and off whenever required, so you don’t have to re-root your device. If you want to use apps that are not root compatible, Magisk can easily disable root while such apps are in use and can quickly re-enable root with a single tap when you’re done using them. Certain apps don’t work on your Android device if they detect that it’s been rooted. With systemless root, these apps can’t detect root status and continue running as normal.
The OnePlus 6 is powered by Android 8.1 Oreo. You can root it with Magisk. Rooting is one of the main reason many prefer Android phones. With root, you can gain access to the device’s system. After that, you can modify system files, overclock CPU when needed (though not recommended), install hacked or modded apps, and much more. In short, you can do anything on a rooted OnePlus 6. Read the following passage to learn how to root your OnePlus 6.
How To Root OnePlus 6 using Magisk
Before rooting your OnePlus 6, you need to make sure that it has latest TWRP installed on it (download link here). Then download the Magisk root tool and Magisk Manager. Flash the Magisk tool through TWRP custom recovery and install the Magisk Manger APK on your OnePlus 6. For detailed tutorial on how to root your phone using Magisk, follow the instructions below.
Download and install Magisk and Magisk Manager app using the link above. You don’t need a computer to root your device with Magisk. For OnePlus 6, download Magisk root tool for OnePlus 6 from this link here.
Make sure custom recovery is installed on your device. TWRP is recommended in this case.
Now turn off your phone and enter recovery mode.
Make a full Nandroid backup so that you could restore data if something goes wrong. Always backup data before installing something new.
Next, flash the Magisk too zip file and restart your phone once done.
After reboot, install Magisk Manager APK file and launch the app. This is where you control everything related to Magisk root tool. Open the app to see your phone’s root status, access Magisk, and download modules.
This is all you need to do to root your phone using Magisk root tool and Magisk Manager. For further help, send your question in the comment section below.