Samsung Galaxy S10 unfortunately comes up with apps that I don't need:
Unfortunately [...] the South Korean smartphone maker decided to bundle tons of apps inside the firmware of their flagship phone.
Majority of the bundled apps inside S10 are part of the Samsung ecosystem, although third party apps like Facebook can also be found there. Some of them can be disabled from the Settings, but not all.
I also want to use a few root-only apps, and need write access to
/data/data/ for backup/restore purposes.
Question: How can I root my Samsung Galaxy S10e as easily and risk-free as possible?
(I generalized the question to all S10 variants, but please let me know if methods differ enough that separate question are required)