Samsung has recently released the Android 10-based One UI 2 Beta update in the USA for the Galaxy S10 family devices like S10, S10e, and S10+ models. The update is available for Sprint, T-Mobile carrier variants, and the US Unlocked Samsung variants as well.
Meanwhile, the update has been announced in the Europe region too and will soon be available in all countries. On the other side, the third-party developers have already released the way to root Galaxy S10 series on the Android 10 One UI 2 Beta update. If you’ve already received the One UI 2 Beta update on any of your Galaxy S10 models, check this article.
Whereas, the Magisk Patched boot images for Android 10 (One UI 2 Beta) went live and now available for the Galaxy S10+ model (SM-G975F). Make sure that the developers are working hard for the Magisk Patched Boot image of the Galaxy S10 and S10e model. You may have to wait for a few weeks more. Here we have only provided the root file and guide for Galaxy S10+ (Europe only) model. Let’s take a look.
Steps to Root Galaxy S10 series on Android 10 One UI 2 beta
- First of all, you have to download the Root file from the link given above for the Galaxy S10+ model right now.
- Next, install the downloaded root package with Odin Flash Tool on your device. Check out the installation guide via Odin. (DO NOT REBOOT)
- Then, boot into recovery mode.
- Perform Wipe cache and data.
- Finally, restart your device by pressing and holding down the Volume Down + Power button together for a few seconds and wait.
That’s it. We hope that you have rooted your Galaxy S10+ easily.